About Omaha

 

When the first settlers set up camp on the western banks of the Missouri River, the city of Omaha was born. What was once the site of these early dirt roads and crude, makeshift buildings is now a bustling urban area.

Downtown

The Old Market, located just minutes from Eppley Airport, is a multi-block conglomeration of renovated brick warehouses occupied by restaurants, shops, bars, apartments, condos and art galleries. Quaint, old-style lampposts, uneven brick streets, horse-drawn carriages and street side musicians make the area a favorite with locals and tourists alike. Enjoy an intimate dinner at V. Mertz, down a cold brew at Mr. Toad or shop for the latest fashions at Nouvelle Eve.

Downtown is also a haven for the arts. The Joslyn Art Museum, the Orpheum Theater, the Durham Western Heritage Museum, the Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Center and the Civic Auditorium are all located here.

Central

This district hosts the city's older, more established neighborhoods, including the Bemis, Gold Coast and Blackstone areas, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Dundee, a charming neighborhood with tree-lined streets, quaint homes and a small shopping district, is also popular. Here you can dine on contemporary Jamaican cuisine at Bomba Dia, stroll down to the Dundee Dell for fish and chips, or stop by Trovato's for a hot plate of pasta. The University of Nebraska at Omaha, Elmwood Park, Memorial Park, the Omaha Community Playhouse and Crossroads Mall make Central Omaha a cornucopia overflowing with exciting things to do.

West Central

Known for big, expensive homes and abundant shopping centers, West Central Omaha is home to many of the city's well-to-do residents. Shopping malls are everywhere, with One Pacific Place, Regency Court, Westroads Mall, Countryside Village Shopping Center and Rockbrook Village all located in this well-traveled area. Sightseers shouldn't miss visiting Girls and Boys Town, the world-renowned residential facility founded by Father Flanagan. Excellent restaurants are also plentiful. Enjoy a leisurely brunch at the Market Basket, master the art of the chopstick at the Imperial Palace or relish Tex-Mex food and ambiance at Stokes Grill and Bar.

North Omaha

Take a trip back in time in historic North Omaha. The Mormon Pioneer Cemetery is located on the site where the Mormons camped during their cross-country trek in the mid-1800s. Fort Omaha, originally built as a military post in 1878, is now the main campus for Metropolitan Community College. Straddling North Omaha and Downtown is Creighton University, a well-respected Jesuit university with medical, dental, law and liberal arts programs. Located along the river is Freedom Park, a naval/military museum with an impressive outdoor display of WWII ships, submarines and military artifacts. N.P. Dodge Park offers picnicking, sports fields and a large Missouri River marina. Travel a bit west to the North Hills and you'll find wide-open spaces, grazing horses and frolicking deer. The American Gramaphone recording label is also located here. Right around the corner is Cunningham Lake, a favorite boating and fishing spot.

Northwest Omaha

Welcome to the fastest growing area in the city, the land of swing-sets and minivans, where housing developments and shopping malls occupy every corner. Catch the latest flick at the 20 Grand Theatre or linger over dinner at Vincenzo's. If Thai food is your passion, try Thai Spice. Golfers, meanwhile, will find the Champions Club, Eagle Run Golf Course, Benson Golf Course and Indian Creek Golf Course in the area. For a day in the sun, try Standing Bear Lake.

South Omaha/Bellevue

If Omaha has a melting pot of ethnicity and culture, this is it. The city's Polish, Italian, Hispanic and Czech populations have thrived here for generations. The neighborhood was considered its own city until the early 1900s. Many South Omaha residents settled here because of its proximity to the meatpacking plants, the area's main source of business. Most of these plants are long gone, having been replaced by bustling shopping centers and business parks. Some of the city's most popular attractions are located in South Omaha, including Henry Doorly Zoo, Rosenblatt Stadium, Sokol Auditorium and Hitchcock Ice Rink. If Mexican food is what you're looking for, be sure to try the enchiladas and margaritas at El Alamo. Bellevue, Nebraska's third largest city, is located just south of South Omaha. Originally a riverside fur trading post, Bellevue now boasts a thriving residential community and business district. The United States Strategic Air Command, located at Offutt Air Force Base, brings military families from all over the world to the area. Tucked in the rolling hills is Fontenelle Forest Nature Center, a lush nature reserve filled with hiking trails.

  • Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo

    3701 South 10th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 733 8400
    Readers of Disney-owned Family Fun Magazine recently named this the "#1 Family Friendly Vacation Spot in the U.S." After visiting, you will understand why. Where else can you stroll through the world's largest man-made jungle; view sharks and other deep sea inhabitants through a glass-enclosed, walk-through tunnel; take a Lozier IMAX Theatre adventure to the top of Mt. Everest; and view hundreds of birds flying freely in a mesh aviary the size of four football fields; all in one afternoon?
  • Eugene T. Mahoney State Park

    28500 West Park Highway Ashland, NE 68003 United States - Phone: +1 402 944 2523
    This beautiful state park covering 700 acre of verdant land with two lakes has all that an outdoor lover could ask for. Fishing, hiking, swimming, horseback trail rides, indoor driving range and more is available all year round. Special winter fun includes sledding, cross country skiing and ice skating. For a different taste, you can book the dinner and theater package. This popular park overlooking the Platte river valley also offers cozy, modern cabins are for rent.
  • Gene Leahy Mall

    1203 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5955
    Nestled amidst the architectural variety of downtown Omaha, this park and urban playground is a magnet for both locals and visitors. Home to the annual Holiday Lights Festival, this 10 acre well-designed attraction has walking paths, lagoons, waterfalls, amphitheater, sculpture and gardens.The sandy playground and horseshoe pit mean more fun for kids. Just a few blocks from the Old Market with free admission, it is a great place for just a stroll.
  • Mormon Pioneer Cemetery

    3215 State Street Omaha, NE 68112 United States - Phone: +1 402 453 9372
    Landmarks and monuments pay tribute to the religious pioneers who traveled the 1,300 miles of the Mormon Trail. The route took the Mormons along the northern edge of Omaha. This site, known as the Winter Quarters, is a significant stop; it marks the pioneers' winter camp of 1846. The more than 600 Mormons who died here due to the harsh weather are buried in a nearby cemetery. Free daily tours detail this historic trek.
  • Fun Plex

    7003 Q Street Omaha, NE 68117 United States - Phone: +1 402 331 8436 / +1 800 353 4180(Toll Free)
    Omaha's largest water park and ride complex features a variety of games and activities. Take a ride down the Typhoon water slides, float around in the Lazy River, or ride the waves of the Motion Ocean. Land-lovers may choose to zip around the go-cart track, ride the state's only roller coaster, or enjoy a classic ride on the Carousel. Fun Plex offers many other attractions to please any member of the family, big or small. See website or call for admission prices and other information.
  • Lauritzen Gardens - Omaha Botanical Center

    100 Bancroft Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 4002
    Flora and fauna from around the world cover 75 acres just south of downtown Omaha. Visitors do not have to be experts to appreciate the beauty. This attraction focuses on educating both children and adults. First launched in 1982, the site now features the Robert H. Storz Family Rose Garden, an arboretum and herb garden. A children's garden offers additional activities.
  • Boys Town

    13628 Flanagan Boulevard Boys Town, NE 68010 United States - Phone: +1 402 498 1111
    This National Historic Landmark tells a story dating back to 1917. What started as a small home for troubled and abandoned boys has grown into a campus complete with a Hall of History, All-American Rose and Biblical Gardens, the Leon Myers Stamp Center and more. Visitors can even enjoy a bit of Hollywood: Spencer Tracy's Oscar for his portrayal of Father Flanagan in the movie "Boys Town" is on display. Boys Town is open year-round. Free guided tours are available but donations are welcome.
  • Gerald R. Ford Birthsite & Gardens

    Woolworth Avenue Omaha, NE 68105 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5955
    Few people realize that former United States President Gerald Ford was born in Omaha as Leslie King, Jr. Visitors will learn of his name change and other presidential facts. The Betty Ford Rose Garden flourishes where Ford's boyhood home once stood. Twice destroyed by fire, only a replica now exists. Special displays feature White House memorabilia. The site is open year-round, but is especially beautiful in the summer months. Admission is free.
  • Heartland of America Park

    800 Douglas Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States
    Take a walk along the riverfront in this 31-acre park. Conveniently located in downtown Omaha, visitors will enjoy the breathtaking beauty of a lake and two fountains. The more modern, computerized Heartland of America fountain shoots water 300 feet into the air and features a colorful nighttime light show. A ride on the General Marion tour boat proves interesting, as well as fun. Live concerts add to the relaxed atmosphere on Friday nights in June, July and August. Admission is free.
  • Malcolm X Birthsite

    3448 Pinkney Street Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 800 645 9287
    A historical marker points out the birth site of African American activist Malcolm X. His family left Omaha in the 1920s. Decades later, community leaders launched a crusade for this memorial, which appears on the National Register of Historic Places. His home no longer exists; however, a marker stands on land at his former address. Although there really is not much to see, history buffs will find this memorial site in North Omaha a nice side trip. Admission is free.
  • Kenefick Park

    600 Abbott Drive Omaha, NE 68110 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 4002
    This is the place for railroad enthusiasts. Showcased here is Union Pacific's famous steam locomotive dubbed Big Boy. Visitors will also see the largest diesel locomotive ever built. Along with the sights comes a history lesson. Audio recordings share the story of how these huge machines came to be. Admission is free. The park is located just one mile north of downtown Omaha.
  • Joslyn Castle

    3902 Davenport Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 595 2199
    Take a trip back in time to 1903 with a visit to the exquisite family home of George and Sarah Joslyn, two of Omaha's most respected historical citizens. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Scottish-Baronial style home boasts four stories and 35 rooms. The castle, originally built at a cost of $250,000, is located in the beautiful Gold Coast district and is across the street from the Cornerstone Bed and Breakfast. The castle is open to the public on the first and third Sundays of each month; see the website or call for more information.
  • Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park & Wildlife Safari

    16406 292nd Street Ashland, NE 68003 United States - Phone: +1 402 944 9453
    Make sure the car windows sparkle before embarking on this drive-through adventure. A road leads visitors through several different lands featuring Sandhill Cranes, antelope, deer and a large buffalo herd. Although on display, most of the animals freely roam this corner of the county. A special section called Wolf Woods does require a short walk. While out of the car, be sure to check out the interactive nature exhibits and gift shop. All facilities are accessible to the physically challenged.
  • Old Market

    1000 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 7151
    No visit to Omaha is complete without a stop in the Old Market. Do not let the cobblestone streets fool you. Although charming, this eclectic corner of the city lays claim to some of the best shops and restaurants in town. Enjoy Italian at Vivace, invite a special someone to The French Cafe or sip a microbrew at the Upstream. Small shops offer everything from alternative music to cultural clothing, even a year-round selection of Christmas decorations. Several art galleries are also located in the area.
  • N.P. Dodge Memorial Park

    11005 John J. Pershing Drive Omaha, NE 68112 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5900
    Space and variety help draw crowds to this riverside park. Fishermen and boaters enjoy marina boat ramps with easy access to the Missouri River. From the baseball diamond to a tennis court and soccer field, there is also plenty to do on land. Pavilions offer a great spot to relax and enjoy a picnic. Other high points include the bike path and camping facilities. The park also offers public restrooms. There is no admission fee.
  • General Crook House Museum

    30th and Fort Streets Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 402 455 9990
    Located on the grounds of the former Fort Omaha, this beautiful home dates back to the 1800s. It is closely tied to the U.S. military, acting as headquarters for commanders during the fort's active years. A walk through the front door takes visitors back in time. Furnishings and décor hail from the Victorian era. The Victorian Heirloom Garden also stays true to history, growing flowers representative of those found in the 1880s. The garden can be reserved for private parties.
  • Glenn Cunningham Lake

    96th and State Street Omaha, NE 68122 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4628
    Here is the perfect place to spend a sunny day. Boating, sailing and fishing top the list of favorite activities, but you do not have to go in the water to have fun. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the view or kick back on a bench and relax. Steep sledding hills and cross-country skiing draw people here in the winter. A campground makes this lake unique, with 57 spots complete with electricity for RVs. Tents are also welcome. Admission is free; however, there is a charge for camping facilities.
  • Standing Bear Lake

    6404 North 132nd Street Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4673
    Spend a relaxing afternoon outside. This lake sits amid several different housing developments in one of Omaha's fastest growing corridors. It is easy to get to, but quietly secluded from the daily hustle and bustle. You will find fishermen and boaters out on the water from spring to fall. A biking and walking path provides good exercise for both people and pets year-round. Picnic areas and public bathrooms are both available.
  • Zorinsky Lake Park

    3808 South 156th Street Omaha, NE 68112 United States
    Nestled amid a growing suburb, this lake and recreation area sits on more than 1,000 acres of land. You will find baseball fields and a soccer field, features not available at similar city lakes. Of course, fishing and boating are the main attractions. Visitors also make good use of the biking and walking path. No matter the weather, bring along something to eat. Covered picnic areas ensure not even a rain shower will ruin your lunch or supper. Admission is free.
  • Chalco Hills Recreation Area

    8901 South 154th Street Omaha, NE 68138 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 6222
    The jewel here is Wehrspann Lake. Area fishermen love it. Good catches abound, but you may not always have something to take home. The Natural Resources District strongly encourages everyone to catch and release surviving fish back into the water. The recreation area also features an extensive trail system stretching more than seven miles. The trek gives bikers, hikers and joggers a chance to enjoy Nebraska's beauty. Admission is free.
  • Memorial Park

    6005 Underwood Avenue Omaha, NE 68132 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4673
    This large green space sits in the middle of the city. You cannot miss it while driving down busy Dodge Street. A sea of lush, green grass reaches up to a white monument dedicated to Omahans who died in World War II. A separate memorial honors the men and women killed in Korea and Vietnam. Local citizens raised the money needed to establish the park in 1944. Tall hills offer one of the best sled rides in the city.
  • Elmwood Park

    802 South 60th Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5900
    Mature trees shade a trail that winds behind the University of Nebraska-Omaha campus. Students and nearby homeowners come here often to jog and walk. Be sure to look for a recently refurbished fountain. A natural spring feeds the Spring Grotto, although these days a city well helps to supplement the flow. It is surrounded by a sunken garden. Each July, the park hosts Omaha's Shakespeare on the Green event. Elmwood Park Golf Course stretches along the southern side.
  • Metropolitan Community College

    3000 Fort Street Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 402 457 2400 / +1 800 228 9553(Toll Free)
    Dedicated to serving the non-traditional, life-long learner, this multi-campus community college is perfect for brushing up old skills or examining new ones. With three major campus locations (the others are located at 3000 Fort St and 2909 Babe Gomez Blvd) and many satellite classrooms in community centers and high schools all across the city, the curriculum centers on visual and language arts, technical, engineering, mathematics, cooking and other diploma-based programs. The main campus in west Omaha offers a bookstore, library, snack and study areas and plenty of parking.
  • Creighton University

    2500 California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178 United States - Phone: +1 402 280 2700
    Established in 1870, this widely respected Jesuit college enrolls more than 6,000 students each year. Creighton was honored with the number one ranking in 'U.S. News and World Report' listing of top colleges in the Midwest region. Stressing student growth in mind, body and spirit, Creighton includes undergraduate, graduate and doctoral study programs in Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing. The focal point of the campus is St. John's Cathedral, a breathtaking Gothic Revival structure of Early English Lancet style.
  • Offutt Air Force Base

    Nelson Drive & Travis Drive Omaha, NE 68123 United States - Phone: +1 402 294 1110
    One of the most respected and widely recognized military bases in the world, this command center's mission is to "deter military attack on the United States and its allies, and should deterrence fail, employ forces so as to achieve national objectives."

    Located in Bellevue, the Strategic Air Command (or STRATCOM) employs men and women from all four forces (Air Force, Army, Navy and Marines) to preserve peace throughout the world.

    Public tours are available by reservation only and close three days prior to the tour date.
  • Mt. Vernon Gardens

    6011 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5920
    Mt. Vernon Gardens is more a wedding venue than a place for fresh air and recreation. The lush environs attract couples to tie the knot, thanks to the lovely portico erected with the Missouri River backdrop. The place bears resemblance to George Washington's Mt. Vernon Estate in Washington D.C and though not as large, attracts a fair share of visitors. Small beautiful gardens, including a spectacular rose garden are among other lures.
  • Lewis and Clark Landing

    345 Riverfront Drive Omaha, NE 68183 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4653
    On the banks of the Missouri river, the spot where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark landed in Omaha during their exploration of Nebraska was named after them. Today the area has grown and developed into a popular visitor destination. A restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining venue as well as entertainment venue is available. The riverfront is full of beach tables and umbrellas making the scene colorful. The landing is connected to Qwest Center Omaha by the Martin Luther King Jr. Pedestrian Bridge. It's home to the Omaha Riverfront Jazz & Blues Festival.
  • Sokol Underground

    2234 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 9802
    Sokol Underground has been hosting some of the best music shows in Omaha. Although it's located under the famed Sokol Auditorium, Sokol Underground has a charm of it's own and stands proud on it's own merits. Run by a concert promotion company called 1% Productions, Underground hosts many music shows of diverse genres.
  • Omaha

    Omaha Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4660(Tourist Information)

    Founded in 1854, and located on the banks of the Missouri River, Omaha is among the most popular tourist spots in Nebraska. The city has a number of historic structures and landmarks because of the strong preservation movement. The Old Market is a major historic site in Downtown Omaha. The Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha Botanical / Lauritzen Gardens and the Kenefick Park are some of the major recreational areas of the city. Omaha truly reflects the spirit of the Midwest.

  • St. Michael Lutheran Church

    13232 Blondo Street Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 493 2871
    The St. Michael Lutheran Church is one of the most beautiful and oldest surviving religious landmark in Omaha. Not only does it symbolize a higher power but also beauty. Other than its aesthetic attributes, this church is also a place that welcomes any and everyone who wants to devote a bit of their time for peace and prayers. Thus, if you are looking for a bit of serenity, a visit to the St. Michael Lutheran Church would do you good. For further details, do visit their website.
  • Omaha Public Library - W. Dale Clark Main Branch

    215 South 15th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4800
    The Omaha Public Library W. Dale Clark Main Branch is one of the city's most popular libraries. Not only for the structure of the building that was built in 1976 but that the library is stocked with a plethora of authors, genres, categories and kinds of books and more. Each floor at the library caters to a different need and the drop-off location for the books is free standing and on the west side of library on east side of 15th Street. The great thing about the Omaha Public Library is that you can open an account with them to have access to their collection, check what you've borrowed before, see what new stock they have and more. They have a separate teen center and kids center and you can also download movies into your account. Do contact for further details. 
  • Omaha Public Library - A.V. Sorensen Branch

    4808 Cass Street Omaha, NE 68132 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5274

    The Omaha Public Library at A.V. Sorensen is well-stocked with a plethora of books and authors in different categories. The library has a number of different clubs like that LEGO Club, the Sorensen Readers Book Club, Wii Fit Kids Club, Wii Fit Teen Club, Movie Day and more. If you're interested in joining a club at the library, do contact them or check their website. Started in 1976, Omaha Public Library - A.V. Sorensen Branch has a computer lab that has eight work stations and even a glass-walled teen center with three computer stations. The 'Children Reading on a Log' sculpture is at this library. It was erected in memory of a Omaha Public Library Manager, Pam Scott who passed away in September of 2007. Do contact the library for more details.

  • Omaha Public Library - Benson Branch

    6015 Binney Street Omaha, NE 68104 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4846
    Although established in 1923, the Omaha Public Library - Benson Branch was only built at it's present location in 1942. The library is facilitated with computers that also have access to the internet. They also conduct regular events like Benson Branch Mystery Book Club to which you can register by logging on to their website. The drop-off for the books is in the alley at the south side of the building. For more information and to know of their events, do visit the website.
  • Omaha Public Library - Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch

    2100 Reading Plaza Elkhorn, NE 68022 United States - Phone: +1 402 289 4367
    The Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch of the Omaha Public Library is one of the most well-stocked libraries in the state. The library is also known for its art. The brilliant stained-glass windows, the famous ceramic fish sculpture and the library quilt are all beautiful pieces of art. Omaha Public Library - Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch conducts regular events such as the Afternoon Elkhorn Book Discussion Group. Do contact the library or check their website for details on how to enroll for their events, use the resources they provide and also what informative material is available for kids to learn.
  • Omaha Public Library - Charles B. Washington Branch

    2868 Ames Avenue Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4849
    Established in 1921 as the North Omaha Branch, the library was renamed the Omaha Public Library - Charles B. Washington Branch much later in 1986. In 2006 the building went through some renovation. With the support of William and Ruth Scott Family Foundation, the Lozier Foundation as well as the John and Carmen Gottschalk Foundation, The Omaha Public Library Foundation is donating $250,000 for the Teen Library Center. The library also conducts a number of events on a regular basis such as the Thrilling Thursdays Lock-ins, the Friday Night Youth Summer Jump-off, Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group among others. Do contact the library for further details.
  • Omaha Public Library - Florence Branch

    2920 Bondesson Street Florence, NE 68112 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5299
    The Omaha Public Library - Florence Branch, established way back in 1923. Years later the library formed the Florence Branch Library and Recreation Center along with an independent community center. The library is facilitated with computers and the internet for kids as well as adults. The library organizes events and clubs, like the Women & Finance Book Club, as a regular feature so do visit the website as well as the Florence Branch blog for more information.
  • Omaha Public Library - Millard Branch

    13214 Westwood Lane Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4848
    Originally The Millard Library, it was established in 1952, and it wasn't until 1971 that it became one of the Omaha Public Libraries. Now triple the size of the original library, the expansion has made it more popular and facilitated with modern amenities. The Omaha Public Library - Millard Branch has a computer system with the internet for children and teens as well as adults. The library, like other Omaha Public Libraries, conducts events such as the Summer and Fall Flower Arranging and Brown Bag Lunch with Joy Johnson. Do contact the library for details and to find out how you can be a part of their events.
  • Omaha Public Library - Milton R. Abrahams Branch

    5111 North 90th Street Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 6284
    Established in 1988, the Omaha Public Library - Milton R. Abrahams Branch is a fabulous branch of the Omaha Public Library system. This library is facilitated with a well connected computer system. Like all the Omaha Public Libraries, the Milton R. Abrahams Branch conducts a number of events and hosts clubs such as the Teen Book Club . The Library also has two meeting rooms and also a conference room. Do contact them for details about the clubs, events and rooms.
  • Omaha Public Library - Saddlebrook Branch

    14850 Laurel Avenue Omaha, NE 68116 United States - Phone: +1 402 884 7473

    Built in 2009, the Omaha Public Library - Saddlebrook Branch is an institution that works jointly with the Saddlebrook Elementary School. The library is facilitated with the internet connection for kids as well as adults. This branch conducts regular events to engage young readers and enthusiasts like the Teen Advisory Board, Chess for the Masses, Wave Writers, Saddlebrook Book Club and others. Do contact them for details on how you can register and be a part of it.

  • Omaha Public Library - South Omaha Branch

    2808 Q Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4850
    Originally a Carnegie Library, it was only established as The Omaha Public Library - South Omaha Branch in 1904 at another location. The new building was built in 1954, and the library at the current location was only built in June of 2008. The South Omaha Branch has the largest collection in Spanish in the Omaha Public Library System. The library book-drop is at the south side of the building. Regular clubs and events like the South Omaha Library Adult Book Club are available for the public to join so do call in. Days and timings during the Metro Quarter Break vary, so do check their website.
  • Douglas County Historical Society

    5730 North 30th Street Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 402 455 9990 / +1 402 451 1013
    At Douglas County Historical Society, you will find the city's history well preserved and protected. The society has three major spaces within namely a museum, a library and a research center. The museum, which is among the oldest in town, is also a space for private parties and events. The library is a treasure trove of sorts with many books, clippings, old photographs, artifacts and old diaries and documents as part of its collection. Events include classes, meetings, lectures and so on. Check the website for further details.
  • Omaha Public Library - W. Clarke Swanson Branch

    9101 West Dodge Road Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4852
    Omaha Public Library - W. Clarke Swanson Branch opened its doors to eager and inquisitive readers and researchers in 1966. Now the library is equipped with computers and the internet and even has special access for teens and kids. The facility conducts quite a few events and runs a few clubs like Rent a Computer Geek, Swanson Swingers Book Club, Witty Whimsical Women Book Club, to name a few. To drop-off the books head to the parking lot on the east side. Do contact them for more details.
  • Omaha Public Library - Willa Cather Branch

    1905 South 44th Street Omaha, NE 68105 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4851

    Built in 1956, Omaha Public Library - Willa Cather Branch, like other Omaha Public Libraries is well-stocked and provides internet access with special computers for children and teens. The library also organizes a number clubs and events like the Baby & Me Storytime, Toddler/Preschool Storytime among others. You can even register yourself for these events on their website. Do contact them for more information.

     

     

  • Scary Acres

    17272 Giles Road Omaha, NE 68136 United States - Phone: +1 402 896 9666
    The 20 acres (8 hectares) of Scary Acres are located in the southeastern part of Omaha, near the Chalco Hills Recreational Area. One of the most popular and frequently-visited haunted attractions in the state, Scary Acres will not disappoint those looking for fearsome-looking clowns, demons, ghosts and even re-enactments of scenes from famous horror films. Among the attractions at this park, one will find a Corn Maze, a Master’s Castle, Haunted Woods, House on the Hill and much more. Besides the attractions inside this park, Scary Acres also plays host to annual events like Midwest Renaissance Festival. Call for more information.
  • Lake Zorinsky Boat Ramp

    154th and F Street Omaha, NE 68130 United States
  • Lawrence Youngman Lake

    192nd Street and Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68116 United States
  • Turner Park

    3110 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 5900(City Park Council)
    Located in the center of the city you will find the bustling patch of green that is the Turner Park. Spread over an area of 7.5 acres (3 hectares), this park provides a much needed green respite for city dwellers. Though surrounded by concrete, a part of the Midtown Crossing at Turner Park development area, the park is an ideal spot for some R&R, having facilities like picnic areas and walking paths. The park also plays host to community events like the Jazz on the Green concert series. Call to know more.
  • World's Largest Ball of Stamps

    Flanagan Boulevard Boys Town, NE 68010 United States - Phone: +1 800 625 1400(Toll Free)
    Before the world was tick-ticking on their keyboards and mouses to send out messages across the world, people used the regular mail. The use of snail mail, as we now call it, has dropped so low that we hardly see any of its paraphernalia, mainly, the postage stamps. A village in Nebraska, interestingly called Boys Town, is home to one of the largest collections of postage stamps in the country. What makes it unique, however is that the collection of over four million stamps is modeled to look like a huge sphere. Stretching to about 16 inches in radius and weighing a whopping 600 pounds (272 kilograms), the Ball Of Stamps is the world's largest known, well, ball of stamps! A project started by the Stamp Collecting Club of Boys Town in 1953, it has also been featured in Ripley's Believe It Or Not. Needless to say, it is a must visit whether you are amongst the rare philately enthusiasts or not!
  • Saint Cecilia Cathedral

    701 North 40th Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 551 2313
    Built in 1959, the imposing Saint Cecilia Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals not just in the city, but also the country. But size is not its only talking point. Built in the Spanish Revival style, the church features striking architectural details. The interiors are no less extravagant with beautiful paintings, frescoes and sculptures. The modern organ remains central to the church's varied musical program. Check website for more.
  • Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church

    2650 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 7761
    With a history that dates back to 1858, Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church is regarded to be one of the earliest Lutheran congregations in the region. The current building is the third to be occupied by the church, and was constructed in 1906. The building features an ornate bell tower and striking architectural details. Other prominent features of the church include the historic bell and the brilliant stained-glass windows. Check website for more information.
  • Trinity Cathedral

    113 North 18th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 7010
    Built in 1880, Trinity Cathedral is one of the city's oldest churches. Designed in the Late Gothic Revival style, the church is a treat for architecture enthusiasts. Notable features include the imposing tower as well as the stunning stained-glass windows. For those keen on knowing more, the church operates a museum on the second floor that preserves its historical legacy. Check website for worship times, visiting and more information.
  • Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail

    Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail Omaha, NE United States
    Spanning over five states and 1300 miles from Illinois to Utah, the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail follows the path of the original Mormon pioneers taken between 1839 and 1846. When Mormon believers were driven from their city of Navuoo, Illinois, Brigham Young guided the 14,000 person exodus through Iowa, Nebraska and other territories to Utah, where they laid out and founded Salt Lake City. All along the trail are markers describing the journey and hardships the pioneers faced through their long journey.
  • M's Pub

    422 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 2550
    Located in Omaha's historic Old Market, this ultra-popular downtown spot is where the action is. The sleek, black-and-white interior is dominated by an island-style bar stocked with an extensive selection of wines, a slew of domestic and imported beers, and a seemingly endless array of exotic cocktails. The regular menu is far from ho-hum, with big salads, tasty sandwiches and light entrees. The specialty menu changes nightly. Reservations are highly recommended.
  • The Drover

    2121 South 73rd Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 7440
    Locals flock to this casual steakhouse for Whiskey Steak, prime rib and other classic cuts. Not in a "steak mood?" Try the King Crab leg dinner, a platter overflowing with big, meaty legs. All dinner entrees include potato, vegetable, bread and the freshest salad bar around. Rustic wooden tables, cowboy prints, low lighting and a flickering fireplace set the intimate atmosphere. The bar is especially inviting, with great service and an extremely generous pour.
  • McKenna's Blues, Booze & BBQ

    7425 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 7427
    "When Adam first met Eve, That's When the Blues Started," or so it says in bright neon letters across one wall of this popular midtown joint. Voted "Best BBQ and Live Music Venue" numerous times by local media, this spot offers outstanding food, including slow cooked ribs , BBQ chicken, Ten Hour BBQ Smoked Brisket and a terrific Smoked Chicken Cobb Salad. The mood here is definitely upbeat, with aluminum-topped tables, concrete floors and live music every weekend.
  • California Tacos & More

    3235 California Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 0212
    If you are hankering for a big, fresh taco, try this casual neighborhood favorite. The portions are huge and the food is very good. Start with a big plate of traditional nachos or chips with cheese. There are five types of tacos to choose from: refried bean, chicken, steak, ground beef and the special fish taco. Also available are enchiladas, burritos, chimichangas and more. The decor is primarily Mexican with interesting wall art and 50s-style booths and tables.
  • Anthony's Steak House

    7220 F Street Omaha, NE 68127 United States - Phone: +1 402 331 7575
    With a mission to provide dining experience in a friendly atmosphere, Anthony's continues to be one of the city's oldest and finest steakhouses. The western decor has been done away with and the present Anthony's features a comfortable seating. It also provides banquet facilities with a price inclusive of all services. Serving Certified Angus Beef, the three-page menu includes Filet Mignon in large or petite cut, lasagna, fresh seafood and seasonal desserts. The atmosphere is casual with live entertainment and dancing available in the lounge.
  • Stokes Grill & Bar

    646 North 114th Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 498 0804
    This popular hangout offers excellent food and personable service in a jazzy southwestern atmosphere. An open bar occupies the center of the joint, offering wine, beer, cocktails and one of the smoothest Margaritas in town. The eclectic menu includes Wood Fire Grilled Chicken, Dos Equis Fillet and Twisted Garlic Shrimp Pasta. Be sure to try a cup of the black bean soup; no, make that a bowl. The lunch menu offers petite portions of most dinner entrees at smaller prices.
  • Johnny's Cafe

    4702 South 27th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 4774
    Highly recommended for wonderful steaks, this restaurant has long been regarded as one of Omaha's favorite steakhouses. Located in the heart of South Omaha, home to the stockyards, this restaurant has been serving up delicious Nebraska-fed beef for nearly 80 years. Guests find the menu, offering a large selection of steak and seafood specialties, guaranteed to accommodate nearly any appetite. For dinner, try a succulent sirloin or tasty porterhouse. Reservations are encouraged on Friday and Saturday.
  • Howard's Charro Cafe

    4443 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 3776
    Located near a number of Omaha attractions, including Henry Doorly Zoo and Rosenblatt Stadium, this restaurant offers authentic Mexican food at affordable prices. With an atmosphere both casual and festively ethnic, this restaurant promises to be an excellent choice for a variety of dining occasions. Homemade taco shells and tortilla chips turn the everyday a la carte into a specialty item. On Friday and Saturday, guests enjoy the live music of Howard's own mariachi band.
  • Brother Sebastian's Steakhouse & Winery

    1350 South 119th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 0300
    Low lights and racks of wine bottles create an ambiance that is both calm and inviting. Separate rooms house a handful of tables to create an intimate atmosphere. Mouthwatering cuts of steak fill the menu, along with an array of fresh seafood that will not disappoint. Frog legs are also featured, a rare find in Omaha. The wine list fills several pages, offering domestic and international labels for every taste and budget. The quiet environment is not suitable for small children.
  • Kobe Steakhouse

    120 Regency Parkway Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 1755
    Take a seat in front of the red-hot grill, sit back and enjoy the show. Japanese, hibachi-style cooking is the main attraction at this stylish spot in Regency Court. Practiced chefs pound knives as they chop, flip and flame their way through the meal. Everyone starts off with a shrimp appetizer. This first act features an attempt by the chef to toss shrimp into diners' mouths. Popular entree choices include lobster, steak and chicken.
  • Crescent Moon Ale House

    36th and Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 1708
    Special brews draw locals to this small, neighborhood grill. Beer connoisseurs will enjoy sampling regional tastes. Several offerings from Empyrean Ales are brewed in Nebraska. Guests planning to wash down a meal can choose from salads, burgers, sandwiches and daily specials. The Baked Potato Soup deserves a mention of its own. A customer favorite, it appears on the menu year-round. Space is limited, although the bar is bigger than it looks. The tab for two totals less than $20, and that is with a beer or two.
  • Jerico's

    11732 West Dodge Road Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 496 0222
    This restaurant specializes in Nebraska beef, but the number one draw is prime rib. Seasoned and slowly cooked, the meat melts in your mouth. The restaurant offers an early bird prime rib special from 4:00p-5:30p on weekdays and from 4:30p-5:30p on weekends. The menu also features many different cuts of steak served with potatoes and other trimmings. Casual attire is acceptable. This restaurant is located within a mile of interstate access, along one of Omaha's major streets. Check out their website for a full menu.
  • Jack and Mary's Restaurant

    639 North 109 Court Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 496 2090
    It is all about chicken at this West Omaha favorite, where you will find some of the best fried bird around. The "Famous Chicken Meals" come in large, regular and small portions and are served with two heaping side selections. House favorites include chicken and noodles, Steak Jack Daniels and chicken fried steak with all the trimmings. The restaurant is located just a few blocks away from several hotels, including the Settle Inn.
  • IO Street

    1010 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 434 4856
    An Old Market favorite, the Indian Oven offers the delicious foods of India in a sleek, open dining atmosphere. They also offer an outdoor seating for a pleasant meal. Some of the items on the menu include Mixed Tandoori, Lamb Malabar, Chicken Vindaloo and a full offering of appetizers, soups and breads. For a real treat, try the Mulligatawny Soup, a sumptuous blend of pureed lentils, rice, chicken and spices. A full and varied wine list and impeccable service also highlight the experience. Call ahead for reservations.
  • The Farm House Cafe & Bakery

    3461 South 84th Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 0640
    If you are craving a big plate of "comfort food," this home-style restaurant fits the bill. The huge menu offers pancakes, salads, jumbo-sized deli sandwiches, classic potato casseroles and more. For dinner, try the Butcher's Meltaway Ribs or the Apple Cinnamon Pork Chops. Both are served with two homemade sides and freshly baked bread. The Farm House is located inside Mangelsen's, one of the area's largest craft and hobby centers.
  • Zio's Pizzeria

    7834 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 1881
    Zio's offers thin, hand-tossed, New York-style pizza with piles of fresh toppings. Think of the most unorthodox pizza topping combinations and the people at Zio's will probably be able to make it for you. Pizza can be ordered by the whole pie or by the slice. This casual pizzeria also offers calzones, submarine sandwiches, pasta and salad.
  • Bar 415

    415 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 7455
    From the street, this spot looks like no big deal, but like Alice falling through the looking glass, Bar 415 patrons find themselves transported to a super-hip jazz club more likely to be found in New York than in a small Midwest cubbyhole. The long, dark room with exposed brick walls is dominated by a big, wooden bar lit by colorful Pottery Barn-like hanging lamps. The drink menu is very uptown with Cosmopolitans, Martinis and such. On the weekends, local jazz bands play from a stage suspended from the ceiling. A cover charge is collected when live music is offered.
  • Mr. Toad's Pub

    1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 4488
    Mr. Toad's Pub is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Upon entering, you feel like you are in an old English pub. There are two rooms: one with a big wooden bar and several tables and chairs, the other with a grand piano in one corner and shelves filled with leather-bound books lining the walls. Large windows look out onto Howard Street, the Old Market main drag. The outdoor patio is the place to be on a hot summer evening. Omaha's Luigi Waites plays live jazz every Sunday night.
  • Grandmother's Restaurant and Lounge

    4712 South 82nd Street Omaha, NE 68127 United States - Phone: +1 402 339 6633
    This is almost like eating at Grandma's house. The décor is clean and casual with low lighting and plenty of booths. Menu favorites include soups, salads, sandwiches and meatier options, like chicken and steak. The onion rings and Margaritas are especially tasty. Sunday Brunch is a must.You will enjoy a buffet-style meal offering made-to-order omelets, egg dishes, pancakes and more. An additional Grandmother's is located at 8989 West Dodge Road (+1 402 391 8889).
  • Goldberg's Bar and Grill

    2936 South 132nd Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 333 1086
    Thick, juicy hamburgers are the specialty here, making it a good place for an informal lunch or supper. You can choose from the menu or make up a burger on your own. Salads and other sandwiches are also available. A fully stocked bar will help you wash it all down. You may want to try the other house specialty, a perfectly mixed Bloody Mary. Prices start around $5. The décor is extremely casual. Outside dining is available. A second location can be found at 2936 South 132nd Street.
  • Don & Millie's

    14321 Harrison Street Omaha, NE 68138 United States - Phone: +1 402 991 9112
    A step up from fast food, this restaurant offers great taste for an even better value. It is extremely casual and popular with the lunch crowd. No tips needed here, you walk in, order and find a seat. Popular options include spicy taco salads in edible tortilla bowls, homemade burgers and the traditional Cheese Frenchee. The side dishes are traditional sides like fries and onion rings. Their Grilled Cheese Sandwich is a huge draw to this place.
  • Charlie's on the Lake

    4150 South 144th Street Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 894 9411
    A wide selection of seafood sets this restaurant apart from similar upscale dining rooms. Ranging from scallops served with pasta to seafood-stuffed prime rib, you may find it difficult deciding what to order. Non-seafood lovers have plenty of other options, including tender steaks and chicken. Large picture windows provide a view of a small lake. The atmosphere is upscale, so attire should be on the dressy side of casual/informal. Reservations are recommended, especially for large groups or weekends.
  • Old Chicago

    1111 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 1616
    This Old Market favorite features a lively atmosphere and fun décor. The menu offers a variety of pizzas, sandwiches, pastas and salads, and the full bar stocks 110 different beers. The loud, spirited ambiance is perfect for adults and kids. The restaurant even gives children their own new pack of four crayons for entertainment. A separate room filled with pool tables often hosts billiards tournaments.
  • Sakura Bana

    7425 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 5047
    California Rolls, sushi and box lunches are among the specialties here. Menu favorites include beef teriyaki, chicken teriyaki and udon, a flavorful noodle soup served with Tempura Shrimp or Mountain Vegetables. Multiple combinations of sushi or rolls can be ordered from your table or from the sushi bar. California Rolls and Tuna Sushi are the most popular choices.
  • Jams: An American Grill

    7814 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 399 8300
    Wonderful food and a fun atmosphere make this restaurant a popular choice. Hidden away in a strip mall, Jams offers delightful meals packed with flavor and ingredients. Try a Coconut Chicken Salad, Texas Chopped Salad with chicken with steak, Skyscraper Veggie Sandwich or steak sandwich. Dinner specials change daily. Jams is small and popular, so arrive early. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more. The upscale crowd and tight quarters are not conducive to children.
  • Jaipur Brewing Company

    10922 Elm Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 392 7331
    This Indian restaurant, located in Rockbrook Village, offers great food and custom brews. The cuisine includes tandoori, vegetarian food and a new fusion menu, which combines Indian cooking techniques and spices with more traditional foods such as Atlantic Salmon and seared top sirloin. Chicken Tikki Naan and vegetable curry are two lunch favorites. The portions are very large, so you may need a take-out container. The atmosphere is rather dark, yet the quiet ambience is ideal for business lunches.
  • Greek Islands

    3821 Center Street Omaha, NE 68105 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 1528
    This restaurant is best known for its gyros and Athenian Salads. The menu also includes other Greek and American salads, sandwiches and entrees. Start with Saganaki, a flamed cheese appetizer and finish with a piece of homemade Baklava. A fully-stocked bar offers the usual beverages in addition to imported Greek wines and beers. The restaurant has a casual, family-style atmosphere, so bring the kids. A party room is available.
  • Gorat's Steak House

    4917 Center Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 551 3733
    Tender steaks have enticed people to visit Gorat's for more than 55 years. Warren Buffet often frequents the establishment and has even brought along his friend, Microsoft's Bill Gates. The restaurant has an old-fashioned, family-style décor. The menu offers several cuts of beef, including filets, T-bones and New York strips. Steaks are served with house salad, potatoes and a side of pasta or green beans. There is dancing and entertainment on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Lo Sole Mio Ristorante Italiano

    3001 South 32nd Avenue Omaha, NE 68105 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 5656
    The aroma of authentic Italian food greets you at the door. Guests choose from a variety of freshly made pastas and sauces, thin crust pizzas and other tasty options. The décor is casual, so informal dress is recommended. Although this is a perfect place for dinner with someone special, space is at a premium. The parking lot is small, and, since no reservations are accepted, the wait for a table can average at least an hour on the weekends. Lo Sole Mio's Villa, located across the street, offers several comfortable party rooms and private parking.
  • Billy Frogg's Bar and Grill

    1120 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 4427
    This hamburger and beer joint in the Old Market offers more than just good bar food and a large selection of brews. It also provides a casual, fun atmosphere, outdoor dining and some of the tastiest chicken tenders around. It is the perfect place to bring the whole gang; just shove some tables together and you have a party. Food is served from a walk-up kitchen at the back of the establishment. When your order is ready, the chef yells your name over a loud intercom.
  • Brazen Head Irish Pub

    319 North 78th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 3731
    Everyone is Irish at this festive pub. Wood paneling and big, sturdy tables and booths make this the place to pull up a chair and hang out with your friends. Beers and whiskeys from Ireland are the favorite here; there is even a separate whiskey menu. The food is better than average with beer battered Galloway Bay Fish and Chips, the Pub Classic Sandwich, Jameson Whiskey Steak and Lemon Pepper Salmon. Live Irish music adds to the fun.
  • Cascio's Steakhouse

    1620 South 10th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 8313
    Traditional Italian family dining reigns at this South Omaha institution. Serving Omaha since 1946, Cascio's offers perfectly aged steaks, top quality seafood, traditional recipe Italian favorites and homemade hot bread sticks. The atmosphere is family-style, with personable service and special menu selections for younger diners. Large party rooms serving groups from 20 to 450 are available, as is plenty of free parking. Located just south of the Old Market, Cascio's is a little off the beaten path, but definitely worth the drive.
  • Dundee Dell

    5007 Underwood Avenue Omaha, NE 68132 United States - Phone: +1 402 553 9501
    This long-standing Omaha favorite recently moved to new digs in the heart of Dundee. Established in 1933, the only thing new about the "new" Dell is the atmosphere, which has gone from haphazard to hip. Gratefully, the food remains the same, including the signature two piece fish and chips that made the Dell famous. Other menu favorites include the Reuben Sandwich and the Big Easy Sandwich. There are more than 500 different brands of single malt scotches on hand to tempt the serious sipper. With nearly 1200 types of liquor, over 150 beers, and 80 wines you won't be disappointed.
  • Flatiron Cafe

    1722 Saint Mary's Avenue Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 344 3040
    This upscale restaurant located in the historic Flatiron Building is the perfect place to impress a client or charm your sweetheart. Here you will find an interesting menu, outstanding service and one of the most intimate atmospheres in town. The menu changes seasonally, with such items as Miso Marinated Sea Bass (USD22) and Grilled Breast of Duck (USD20). The succulent Shitake mushroom appetizer (USD9.50) appears on every menu. The best table in the house is located at the point of the "iron" request it when you call for reservations.
  • Omaha Prime

    415 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 7040
    This "New York Style Chop House" in the Old Market offers ala carte dining at very high prices. Start with Steak Tartar, sliced tomato and onion salad or Caesar Salad. Diners choose meat from a cart filled with various cuts of USDA Prime Graded Beef. Side dishes include sautéed mushrooms, creamed garlic spinach and Blue Cheese potatoes. The dining room is more casual than you would expect from such a pricey restaurant.
  • Panera Bread

    3219 Oakview Drive Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 333 3633
    If you are craving a good salad, sandwich, bowl of soup or latte, this is the place to go. The European-style bakery offers sandwiches, soups and salads and the popular "Pick Two Selections" which consists of a bowl of soup and half sandwich or half salad. Another favorite is the Fandango Salad, toasted walnuts, gorgonzola cheese, Mandarin orange slices and fat-free raspberry dressing. This cafe is very casual, with a walk-up counter and no wait service.
  • The Sitar

    2819 South 125th Avenue Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 697 0101
    If you are not sure what type of Indian food to try, this restaurant is for you. It offers a lunch buffet Monday through Friday and a brunch buffet on Sundays. The buffet has soup, rice, Naan bread and several entrees that change daily. The décor is simple and features tables with white linen tablecloths and sleek, black chairs. Indian decorations are scattered throughout the restaurant. In addition to the fabulous Indian dishes, you can cleanse your palate with Indian beer, Chai (tea) or various sodas.
  • Wheatfields Eatery & Bakery

    1224 South 103rd Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 955 1485
    This European-style cafe in One Pacific Place is well known for its crepes, omelettes, casseroles and decadent desserts. The lunch and dinner menus are very similar; however, the dinner menu also offers pastas and steaks. Try one of the sumptuous cheese, meat or dessert fondues or a crisp Salad 103. Be sure to save room for dessert. With more than 50 to choose from, you may need to save room for several. The Alpine Torte Cake, a mix of chocolates and cream, is fantastic.
  • Summer Kitchen Cafe and Bakery

    3685 North 129th Street Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 498 2800
    You can smell the fresh-baked goods when you walk into this restaurant that specializes in large quantities of American-style food. You can choose from an array of homemade baked items, including muffins, pies, caramel and pecan rolls and cakes. The menu offers omelets, pancakes, benedicts, potato casseroles, melt sandwiches, salads, burgers and soups. Popular dishes include the Kansas City Potato Casserole, a mixture of sirloin strips, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, Monterey Jack cheese and potatoes.
  • Millard Roadhouse

    13325 Millard Avenue Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 891 9292
    Established in 1997, this bar and restaurant offers large portions of traditional fare. The bar area has Keno, televisions, pool tables and video games. Favorites include Chicken Fried Steak, which is served with mashed potatoes and gravy and a biscuit. The prime rib and roasted chicken come in various portion sizes and are big hits. There is a buffet brunch on Sundays that offers breakfast and lunch items. The family atmosphere and decor make this a great place for a casual meal.
  • Passport Restaurant

    1101 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 344 3200
    This upscale Old Market restaurant offers prime graded beef, veal, lobster tails, crab legs, salmon, sole and other fresh seafood. The steak cuts include porterhouse, New York strip and fillets. All of the menu items are served with fine attention to presentation. The white tablecloth adorned dining room is very elegant. You can also choose to sit in the cigar room, where you can purchase and enjoy a cigar. There is live piano music on Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Upstream Brewing Company

    514 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 344 0200
    This fun restaurant/bar in the Old Market, formerly an old firehouse, has two levels: the first floor houses a bar and restaurant, the second story has multiple pool tables and a full bar. It brews its own beer and root beer, and you can see the vats from the restaurant. A full list of micro brews is available. The food is excellent. Start with the artichoke dip, then try the grilled steak fajitas.
  • Delice European Bakery & Coffee Bar

    3201 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 505 9500
    When you walk in the door, you can instantly see the wide variety of luscious pastries, cakes, cookies and other treats on display. The airy bakery also offers a full menu of coffee drinks, exotic teas and natural juices. Sandwiches, quiches, salads and more are also available. You can sit in one of two areas: inside or outside on the patio. It is fun to "people watch" on the patio since it is located in the heart of the Old Market.
  • Mediterranean Bistro & Wine Bar

    1712 North 120th Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 493 3080
    Hidden in a strip mall, this cozy restaurant offers wonderful Mediterranean fare. The restaurant is very small, and when you walk in, you feel like you are in the middle of the dining room. The hummus ($4.50), served with pita bread, is a delicious appetizer. The Chicken Kebab ($11.25) is a wonderful mix of chicken and vegetables served on basmati rice. Dinners are served with your choice of barley soup or salad. The soup has a strong herb and mint flavoring and can be a little overpowering.
  • Pasta Amore E Fantasia Cafe

    11027 Prairie Brook Road Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 2585
    Omaha Magazine awards this quaint Rockbrook Village Shopping Center café and bar its "Best Italian Restaurant of the Year," "Where the Locals Eat" and "Best Food of the Year" awards. Menu choices range from fresh pasta and seafood to steaks and salads. Expect to pay between $12-20 per entree. There is a full bar, an extensive wine selection and two dining areas. The desserts are worth saving room for. Try a taste of Tiramisu ($4.62), a wonderful mixture of ladyfingers, espresso coffee and Mascarpone cheese.
  • Omaha Press Club

    1620 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 8008
    This elegant "members only" restaurant offers traditional cuisine including burgers, sandwiches, pastas and salads. A favorite is the Original Thunderbird Salad ($6.50, $8.50) with crab, shrimp or smoked turkey. Entrees range from $15-25. If you are visiting Omaha or thinking about joining the club, you can get a "One Night Stand" card, which allows you and your guests to eat at the club without a membership. Free parking is available at the Doubletree Hotel and the garage at 17th and Dodge Streets.
  • Vivace

    1108 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 2050
    This Old Market favorite offers outstanding Mediterranean pastas, risottos and nightly specialities. Diners choose from many freshly-made pasta shapes and sauces. The spacious indoor dining area is upscale, featuring a bar area and linen-topped table dining room. During the summer months, you can enjoy outside patio dining and people watching. This lovely stop also features an extensive, all Italian wine list. There is a party room available for large groups.
  • V. Mertz

    1022 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 8980
    Located in the Old Market Passageway, this elegant eatery offers classic and contemporary menu options in a dimly lit, upscale atmosphere. Choose from more than 200 French, Californian and Italian wines, or try a drink from the full bar. Entrees range from fresh fish, lamb and veal to tenderloin, steak and pastas. The menu changes weekly. Although known for its romantic flair, it is also a great place for a business lunch or dinner.
  • Market Basket

    911 South 87th Avenue Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 1100
    Big leafy salads, fresh sandwiches, fluffy omelets, homemade desserts and unique beverages make this a fun place to relax with an iced spiced tea and chat the day away. Try the popular Chicken Tortellini Salad, Crab and Cheddar Grill Sandwich, Custer Sandwich or Walnut Chicken Salad. A large bakery counter commands the front entrance tempting visitors with everything from cheesecakes to hand-cut, hand-decorated seasonal cookies. This is a great place to host a business meeting, bridal luncheon or Sunday brunch.
  • Thai Spice

    2933 North 108th Street Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 492 8808
    From the outside, this looks like a dingy strip mall diner, but this casual spot offers some of the most authentic Thai cuisine in the region. The quarters here are small, so expect a wait. Do not despair, once you sample the food, you will understand why so many are clamoring to get in. Menu standouts include pad Thai, basil chicken and coconut chicken soup . A nice selection of beers, including several Thai brews, adds to the meal. No smoking is allowed.
  • Sokol Auditorium

    2234 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 9802
    If you are looking for a big band-era venue, this is it. This auditorium/hall situated in the heart of South Omaha's Bohemian neighborhood, just south of downtown, is perfect for wedding receptions, banquets, parties, dances, meetings and concerts. The large, formal auditorium, complete with balcony and buffet area, comfortably accommodates 750. National music acts, including Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, 311 and Brave Combo, make Sokol a regular tour stop. A smaller, much more rustic venue is available downstairs.
  • El Alamo

    4917 South 24th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 8969
    This restaurant located in the heart of Omaha's thriving Hispanic community offers friendly service, a full bar and some of the most authentic Mexican food north of the border. The traditional combination plate, which consists of an enchilada, chile relleno, taco, refried beans and rice, is a good choice for an El Alamo rookie. Other favorites include Arroz con Pollo, chimichanga and Steak Piccado. The service is good, the atmosphere is casual and the Margaritas are outstanding.
  • La Buvette

    551 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 344 8627
    This wine and cheese bar in the Old Market is like a quaint European cafe. Wines from around the world are arranged according to country of origin; choose a bottle and a nice hunk of cheese and relax in the comfortable, marketplace setting. Seating is available inside and out, and, if you do not finish your wine this time, the staff will be happy to label it and save it for you to enjoy on a future visit. A full bar is also available.
  • Mt. Fuji Inn

    7215 Blondo Street Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 5049
    Japanese cuisine is what you will find at this north central mainstay. The shrimp and vegetable tempura is tops—light, crunchy and tasty. Other favorites include Beef Sukiyaki and Chicken Teriyaki. Choose a table in the main dining room festooned with classic Japanese decor or a private tea room with low-seated tables and kimono-clad server. Do not forget to visit the downstairs lounge. The decor is "Early Japanese Kitsch" with fish tanks, velvet paintings and some of the smoothest Mai Tais around. This place opens from Monday to Saturday at 5pm.
  • The Dubliner

    1205 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 5887
    If you are full-blooded Irish, or merely Irish at heart, you will enjoy this green-themed pub in the Old Market. This spot is located underground; just look for the sign and the green Blarney Stone. Descend the stairs to sample more than 100 beers, live Irish music and excellent bar food. Try the Pub Burger with chips and soup. The atmosphere is comfortable with a long wooden bar and a separate room to accommodate the band.
  • Big Fred's Restaurant & Lounge

    1101 South 119th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 333 4419
    Pizza is made only one way at this joint: a thin, hand-tossed crust, a touch of tomato, plenty of cheese and your favorite toppings. Pasta and meatballs are another favorite here. The menu also features sandwiches and prime rib, along with salad covered in Fred's own Italian dressing. Sports fans can follow the day's events on televisions scattered throughout the restaurant, while a full-service bar quenches their thirst. Be prepared for a wait on Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Ahmad's Persian Cuisine

    1006 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 9616
    Omaha's only Persian restaurant, one of only a handful in the region, offers fine Middle Eastern dining. A small, intimate dining room dressed in bright blue walls and ornate tapestries and linens features wide windows that open to a street-side view of the Old Market. The outdoor patio offers one of the best alfresco dining rooms in the city. The Persian menu features chicken, seafood and lamb entrees, in addition to a wide range of kabob selections.
  • Bohemian Cafe

    1406 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 9838
    This local favorite, serving Omaha since 1924, offers traditional international cuisine specializing in Czech and Eastern European fare. Dumplings and kraut, roast duck, wiener schnitzel, hasenpfeffer and soups fill the menu, in addition to some American selections and children's items. The homemade apple strudel and kolaches make a good finish to a great meal. The exterior boasts an opulent display of tile work and Czech detailing, while the interior is simple and inviting. Private rooms and plenty of free parking are available. Expect to pay $20 per person for dinner.
  • Joe Tess Place

    5424 South 24th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 7278 / +1 402 733 4638(Reservations)
    This South Omaha mainstay offers some of the freshest, tastiest fried fish sandwiches in town. The carp and catfish served here are caught in the Northern Lakes and trucked to Omaha where they are processed for guaranteed freshness. The fish sandwich, served bone-in on a piece of rye bread with coleslaw and jacket fries on the side, should not be missed. If a more substantial meal is in order, try the catfish dinner. The decor is very casual and free parking is available. If you are planning a party, Joe Tess offers free party rooms to celebrate your special occasion. In a hurry? Try the convenient drive-up window.
  • Spaghetti Works

    502 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 422 0770
    Casual Italian dining is the focus at this Old Market mainstay. The emphasis here is on quantity, with big plates of pasta offered with your choice of sauces. Order just one sauce or a combination of many. The pasta is all-you-can-eat, so come hungry. The menu also features sandwiches, ribs, and baked pastas. An old Model-T Ford has been transformed to house the fresh salad bar. This is a great spot for a family dinner, but no reservations are accepted.
  • The Diner

    409 South 12th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 9870
    This retro breakfast and lunch spot in the Old Market is as much fun as it looks. The atmosphere is classic and the menu offers few surprises, but everything, from eggs and bacon to the chicken-fried steak, is terrific. The mood is subdued and casual. Choose a stool at the bar or a cozy booth and enjoy. A small parking lot is available, but, as is common for all Old Market restaurants, parking can be a problem.
  • Sgt Peffer's Cafe Italian

    1501 North Saddle Creek Road Omaha, NE 68104 United States - Phone: +1 402 558 7717
    This fun midtown Italian cafe prides itself by using only the freshest ingredients in its Italian specialties. Everything here is good, from the pizzas and pastas to the salads and sandwiches. Favorites include Sherry Cream Mushroom Pasta, seafood lasagna, Chicken Quattroformaggi and baked ravioli. The decor is upbeat and casual, with Beatles posters, newspaper clippings and colorful “Octopus' Garden” decorations. The handy drive-up window makes take-out a breeze. Free parking and catering services are available.
  • Red Lobster

    330 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 5970
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    2707 South 140th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 0162
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    7505 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 8404
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu-their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse

    140 Regency Parkway Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 0811
    Fleming's is one of the best steakhouses in Omaha, and one of the most famous restaurant chains in America. Steak options you can expect to find on the menu include Filet Mignon, New York Strip, Beef Flemington, Veal Chops, Pork Rib Chop, and Prime Ribs. Ask your waiter to help you choose from among the 100 different wines available to go with your meal. If you're not a meat fan, then sample the fresh seafood and scrumptious side dishes. The Salmon, with its signature Mashed Potatoes, is highly recommended.
  • Red Lounge

    14450 Eagle Run Drive Omaha, NE 68116 United States - Phone: +1 402 496 7722
    In search of a comfortable and spacious bar where you can sit back and enjoy the Big game in peace? Head to the Red Lounge. The chic décor is complemented by contemporary furnishings - no prizes for guessing the dominant hue. On ‘Red Hot Wednesdays' avail of the slashed rates on drinks like draft import, draft domestic or martini, from 3p till closing time. You can also feast on some mouthwatering delicacies like the Sicilian Pie. There is also a private room for business meetings where you can avail of multimedia facilities.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    7605 Cass Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 392 2212
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    2414 South 132nd Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 697 1199
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Spezia

    3125 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 2950
    This is arguably the most popular Italian eatery in the city. Original recipes and authentic flavor will have you exclaiming "Mama Mia"! The seafood preparations are fresh (try the wood-grilled fish), the steaks are sinfully juicy, and the gnocchi is to die for. The ambiance is classy minus the snob-factor, and the prices are not unreasonable. Bring the kids along, too—Spezia is the perfect place for an intimate family dinner.
  • Biaggi's Ristorante Italiano

    13655 California Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 965 9800
    If you're picturing a little trattoria tucked into a back alley, think again! Biaggi's is an upper-class, elegant Italian eatery with branches in several cities across the United States. Popular preparations such as chicken parmesan, shrimp oreganata, fettucini with lobster, lasagna bolognese, and a host of pizzas are served up to the hearty patrons who frequent the place. The wine-list offers white, red and sparkling wines, and you can crown your meal with a heavenly dessert like tiramisu, or the popular warm apple crostata.
  • P.F. Chang's China Bistro

    10150 California Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 390 6021
    This restaurant, a chain of Chinese restaurants in the US, features a large U-shaped bar with an impressive list of wines and martinis that go well with the food. The interiors are done tastefully in darker hues like black and brown which add to the casual feel of the place. For food that is a unique combination of balanced flavors, tempting desserts, delicious wines and stylish presentations—P.F. Chang's China Bistro is recommended.
  • Piccolo Pete's

    2202 South 20th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 2865
    Piccolo Pete's has been serving good, American food for over 70 years at moderate prices. The service always comes with a smile and you should never skip the dessert. The restaurant has a friendly atmosphere, but you should be prepared for a small wait.
  • The Roxbury

    10841 Q Street Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 339 9791
    While in Omaha, this is a lively hangout that you must check out, for it's always alive with action. Rock concerts are a held here frequently and this place is a hot favorite with both performers and audience. Performers enjoy performing here because of the state-of-the-art sound and visual arrangements; and audience enjoy being here for the intimate view of their favorite performers. The Roxbury has been host to a lot of concerts by popular performers.
  • The Anchor Inn

    2499 Freedon Park Road Omaha, NE 68110 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 1313
    Anchor Inn is an open-air bar located in Omaha. The waterside ambiance goes well with the outdoor setting. There is a stage for bands to perform and benches are set all around the wooden raft-like floor. For those who wish to have some shade can opt for a seating under the tent. Food includes your routine American grub. Making complete use of the outdoors, the chef fixes up some great barbecues. With a drink in your hand coupled with the food and music, the Anchor Inn has it all for a relaxed night-out.
  • Strauss Performing Arts Center

    6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 United States - Phone: +1 402 554 2177
    The Strauss Performing Arts Center is located in the campus of the University of Nebraska. The University's music department functions from this beautifully maintained complex and an equally fine venue for live concerts and performing arts. The Center is famous for hosting several musical performances and ballets. The Omaha Symphony regularly performs at this venue. The venue is an important arena for the College's art scene.
  • Mahogany Prime Omaha

    13665 California Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 445 4380
    Mahogany Prime Omaha belongs to the Hal Smith Group of Restaurants. Mahogany Prime Omaha is known locally, for their friendly and casual ambience and for their delicious, perfectly cooked and juicy steaks served on hot plates! Their meat comes from corn-fed beef and is very tender and fresh. In addition to the beef they also serve delicious Australian Rock Lobster and other freshly caught sea-food variety. A must visit place to unleash the carnivore within you! Check website for details.
  • Club Irie

    302 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 504 4901
    Club Irie has earned itself the honor of being one of the newest and most popular hang out in town. This restaurant cum club has a diverse menu to its name serving some lip-smacking food like gourmet macaroni and lettuce wraps to name a few. The alcohol here is flowing across several bars and the people here are swaying on the dance floor. The decor here is very classy and the crowd very vibrant. You can also book a VIP section for private space. So be it dining or even clubbing, Club Irie is the place to be. Call ahead for more information.
  • Oscar's Pizza and Sports Grille

    17330 Lakeside Hills Plaza Omaha, NE 68130 United States - Phone: +1 402 758 1910
    Located at the heart of the city and on the Lakeside Hills Plaza, the Oscar's Pizza and Sports Grille offers a decent hangout with a cozy setup and serves delicious pizzas. However, the major attraction of this joint are the television sets put up on the walls; each of these are used to display live sporting events. The place may sometimes get noisy due to the excitement created by some of the games, one can always avail of the take away facility offered by the restaurant. A perfect place to catchup on a sporting action with family and friends, check their website to schedule a visit during your favorite games.
  • Two Fine Irishmen

    18101 R Plaza Omaha, NE 68135 United States - Phone: +1 402 933 3990
    If you enjoy the ambiance of a typical Irish pub, then Two Fine Irishmen perhaps, closely resembles the pub of Victorian style. Open throughout the week, the place is vibrant with activities and the evenings are themed ranging from Ladies night and poker nights during the weekdays and live music concerts on weekends. Delicacies like pizzas, sandwiches and nachos are served along with beverages that are priced reasonably. Highly recommended for events comprising of some of the best cover bands of rock music and feet thumping performances. Visit their website to know more.
  • Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering

    322 North 45th Street Omaha, NE 68104 United States - Phone: +1 402 455 6262
    Big Mama's Kitchen & Catering has been featured on the Food Network's "Diners, Drive in, and Dives" in November 2008 and was selected as the 56th best place to chow down in American by the Travel Channel in January 2010. The restaurant is a locally owned is a full service restaurant and catering service. The restaurant features dine-in and carry-out meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their banquet facility is available with seating for up to 200. Big Mama's Kitchen & Catering specializes in Soul food and traditional American cuisine. Their menu includes a diverse variety of delicious appetizers, cakes, desserts, and dinners.
  • The Boiler Room

    1110 Jones Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 916 9274
    The Boiler Room is a place you must not miss. The ambiance is intimate and elegant with brick walls and tables overlooking the bar. They have an extensive bar with great cocktails and wines. Their service is quick and the staff is knowledgeable too. The variety of food is great and the steaks are good. The desserts are a must to finish the evening well. For private dinners and events, call ahead. 
  • Crane Cafe & Bar

    1403 Farnam Suite 136 Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 884 0900

    Crane Cafe & Bar is a great option while around the area. The ambiance is casual and comfortable. The food here is good, and you can try the salads, lasagnas, meatloaf, and good vegetarian too. They offer a full bar along with tap beer. For coffee and dessert lovers, this place is should not be missed. For reservations, call ahead.

     

  • Hiro 88

    1308 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 933 5168
    One of the places in Downtown you have to come for sushi is Hiro 88. Their sushi is fresh and of high quality. You may want to try here sushi 2 in 1, gyoza, classic rolls and many of the cooked items as well. The cocktails are unique and clever mixes, and the bar offers lots more. The service here is highly appreciated. They also offer their space for private parties, events and birthdays. For more information, call ahead. 
  • Nosh Wine Lounge

    1006 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 614 2121
    Located at Dodge Street, Nosh Wine Lounge is a great hang out spot. Wine lovers are treated with more than 100 wines to choose from. The bar includes, premium liquors and a unique mix of cocktails as well. The food served is delicious and much appreciated. The ambiance is relaxed and comfortable, and the service of the staff is friendly and attentive. They offer their space for private parties, dinners, events and functions. For more information and reservations, call ahead or visit their website. 
  • Spencer's for Steak and Chops

    102 South 10th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 280 8888
    If you are in the neighborhood and in the mood for steaks, Spencer's for Steak and Chops is the place to be at. The ambiance is soft lit, elegant and classy. They are known for their unique and well prepared steaks. But not only the steaks, the seafood is delicious too. They offer a full bar and a wide variety to choose from. They also offer their space for private events, functions and dinners. For more information and reservations, call ahead.
  • Stokes Grill and Bar

    1122 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 408 9000
    Stokes Grill and Bar is a sure neighborhood favorite. The outdoor seating is beautiful and much enjoyed by the patrons. Some of the delicacies to be tried are the aztec nachos, salads, sharon's chicken enchiladas, green Chile chicken fried steak and eggs, banana bread french toast and much more. They offer an extensive bar menu to choose from. The service is great. They also offer catering services for parties and events. For more information, call ahead. 
  • Zin Room

    316 South 15th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 991 0660

    One of the most classy places to be at, Zin Room has it all. Their ambiance is soft and elegant, suited for a romantic dinner. The food served here will have no complains, with good quantities and reasonable rates. Try here the steaks, soups, gouda mac and cheese, lettuce wraps, bacon wrapped dates, and lots more. The desserts were irresistible and cannot be missed; while they also had an extensive bar. They also offer their space for private events and parties. For more information, call ahead.  

  • Sage Student Bistro

    5730 North 30th Street Omaha, NE 68111 United States - Phone: +1 402 457 2328
    Located in the Institute for the Culinary Arts building, Sage Student Bistro is a great place to be at. The ambiance is cool and casual. The food served here is much appreciated by the patrons. They have an extensive wine list to choose from. The desserts are great too. They also offer their space for private dinners and small gatherings. A bistro perfect for an outing with friends, family, conversations and wine.
  • 7M Grill

    15805 West Maple Road Omaha, NE 68116 United States - Phone: +1 402 509 3225
    7M Grill is one of the neighborhood favorites. The ambiance is soft and trendy, with exceptional service. The food here is delicious and you will love the salads, steaks and seafood. Enjoy your meals with the drink of your choice, and be sure to end the evening with mouthwatering desserts. You may also hire their space for private dining and gatherings. For reservations, and more information, call ahead. 
  • Kona Grill

    295 North 170th Street Omaha, NE 68118 United States - Phone: +1 402 779 2900
    If you are looking forward for a great evening with family and friends and delicious food, head to Kona Grill. The ambiance is cool and trendy and fun and the service is attentive. You may want to try the sushi here, as it is quite known for it. Other dishes includde eggs benedict, lettuce wraps, tuna steak sandwich, salads and great cocktails. Do not miss the desserts. For private events, dinners and reservations, call ahead. 
  • Dante Pizzeria Napoletana

    Legacy at 168th and Center Omaha, NE 68130 United States - Phone: +1 402 932 3078
    If you are craving for some authentic Italian delights and pizzas, Dante Pizzeria Napoletana cannot be missed. The ambiance is bright, fun and friendly. The pizzas and pastas are delicious, prepared with the freshest local ingredients. The food is much appreciated and you can pair them with genuine Italian wines. End your evening with sinful desserts. They also  offer their space for parties and private dinners. For more information, call ahead. 
  • Ryan's Bistro & Wine Bar

    17607 Gold Plaza Omaha, NE 68130 United States - Phone: +1 402 614 2202
    Ryan's Bistro & Wine Bar is a great place for an intimate and memorable dining experience. You may choose from the warm atmosphere inside or the lovely patio arrangement. The French cuisine here is much appreciated and the service is professional too. They have on offer over 100 wines to choose from, which is one of the main features. They also offer their catering and private space for special occasions and events. For more information, call ahead. 
  • Upstream Brewing Company

    17070 Wright Plaza Omaha, NE 68130 United States - Phone: +1 402 778 0100
    Upstream Brewing Company offers local American cuisine and a delicious selection of their own award-winning beers. Stop by for a quick drink or sit down and enjoy a savory meal. Upstream Brewing Company serves delicious pub grub using local ingredients, try the grilled ribeye steak or the Upstream Mac & Cheese.  Save room for dessert with tempting options like caramel bread pudding and rootbeer floats. Don't forget to order a pint of beer from their impressive beer selection.
  • CRAVE - Omaha

    200 South 31st Avenue Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 9999 / +1 402 871 3989 / +1 402 345 1372
    CRAVE is one of the most visited restaurants in this part of Omaha. The ambiance is cool and fun, yet has a classy touch to it. They have an extensive wine selection to complement your meals. Their food is delicious and some of the dishes you may want to try are sushi and steaks, pizzas, pastas, seafood and salads too. You can rent out the space for weddings, receptions, gatherings and corporate events. For reservations and more information, call ahead.
  • The Grey Plume

    220 South 31st Avenue Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 763 4447
    One place you cannot miss going to is The Grey Plume. The ambiance is quite upscale, hip and classy. The food is good and you can try the diver scallops, salmon, pork, trout, the fish is outstanding. The coffee and desserts here are a must try. They have a full bar to offer as well. For private events, gatherings, meetings and more information, call ahead. 
  • Dario's Brasserie

    4920 Underwood Avenue Omaha, NE 68132 United States - Phone: +1 402 933 0799
    Dario's Brasserie is an elegant and intimate place that you sure will enjoy going to. The gentle lights, cozy atmosphere and great food keeps his patrons coming back. The French delicacies, beers and wines served here are much appreciated. You may try the cheeseburgers with Frites, French onion gratinee, mussel platter and boneless beef short ribs. The price is quite reasonable for the quantity they offer. For bookings and more information, call ahead. 
  • Le Voltaire French Restaurant

    569 North 155th Plaza Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 934 9374
    Le Voltaire is one place where you will find the traditional French cuisine. Being quite a sort after restaurant in the neighborhood, this restaurant has it all. The elegant and classy French style ambiance makes it a comfortable and relaxed evening. Some of the items offered on the menu are the filet mignon, duck, lamb, fresh fish and lots more. The desserts are a must have. They have also received accolades since the past five years for serving some of the best wines from France. They also take orders to give their space on hire for private dinners and events. For more information and reservations, visit the website or call ahead. 
  • 801 Chophouse

    1403 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 1222
    801 Chophouse is easily one of the best fine dining restaurants in the city. The restaurant is best known to serve the best cuts of meat. The meat is well flavored and is a guaranteed melt-in-your-mouth experience. The service is top-notch and will enhance your dining experience. Some appetizers to try out are Roasted Marrow Bone, Pancetta-Wrapped Scallops, and Carpaccio. For your mains, just go ahead and pick any of the meat selections, you just can't go wrong!
  • Farmer Brown’s Steak House

    2620 River Road Drive Waterloo, NE 68069 United States - Phone: +1 402 779 2353
    A local hot-spot for delicious steaks, Farmer Brown’s Steak House is packed on most days of the week. It does not ask for prior reservations and this renders it a casual air, where one can easily walk in and occupy the free tables. The Tenderloin Beef Enbrochette and the Chicken Fried Steak are the recommended dishes here. The menu also features sandwiches and pasta that add variety to the cuisine. Children have a separate section for themselves. This friendly steakhouse is a good place to host private celebrations as well.
  • Borsheim's Fine Jewelry & Gifts

    120 Regency Parkway Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 0400 / +1 800 642 4438(Toll Free)
    This 130 year old treasure is not just for the jet set. Although it offers some of the most stunning fine jewelry pieces in the world, an average shopper will find a trove of affordable trinkets, fine and corporate gifts as well as a bridal registry. Borsheim's is located in Regency Court, a fashionable shopping area filled with fine restaurants and clothing stores. Regency Court is located across the street from the Omaha Marriott and about a half mile from Westroads Mall.
  • Tannenbaum Christmas Shop

    1007 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 9627 / +1 800 458 9627(Toll Free)
    Feeling a bit like Scrooge? Step into this beautifully decorated shop specializing in the sights and sounds of Christmas, and you will feel like Santa in no time. Thousands of ornaments, priced $2 and up, hang from the many trees and displays tucked into every nook and cranny of this Old Market mainstay. Shoppers will also find holiday figurines, china, dolls, music, decorative items and much, much more. Other holidays are represented as well, with various displays devoted to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Easter, July 4th and so on.
  • Oak View Mall

    3001 South 144th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 3332
    Here you will find more than 100 shops and four major department stores (Dillard's, Younkers, JC Penney and Sears) under one roof. Some of the more popular shops featured in this two-story shopping center include the Disney Store, Gap, Ann Taylor, The Limited, Eddie Bauer, Williams Sonoma, Bath and Body Works and much, much more. A large food court located on the second floor offers a vast array of food options for the hungry shopper. Credit cards are accepted here, but the types vary by the store.
  • One Pacific Place

    Pacific Street and 103rd Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 493 2800
    Omaha's most upscale, open-air mall boasts 27 shops and restaurants including big-name national chains and local specialty shops. Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Gap, Ruby Tuesday, Crabtree & Evelyn, L and N Seafood Grill, Paper Bazaar, Wheatfields Eatery and Bakery, Mimi Maternity and the Village Toymaker are just a few of the shops located here. Have a coffee craving? Be sure to visit Cappuccino Etc., a drive-up specialty coffee shop situated in one corner of the large, free parking lot. Credit cards are accepted here, but the types vary by store.
  • Countryside Village Shopping Center

    87th Street & Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 2200
    This centrally located shopping center has the feel of a small town. It is more like walking down Main Street looking at locally owned specialty shops, restaurants, art galleries, and cafes. This is home to Bookworm (The), one of the city's few existing independent bookstores. Check out the collection of fine and funky artworks at the Adam Whitney Gallery, then pop into the Market Basket for a drink. With parking at every shop, it brings you in touch with friendly locals.
  • Crossroads Mall

    7400 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 2343
    This popular, mid-city mall has it all: Sears, Dillard's, The Children's Place, Sam Goody, Hallmark, Barnes & Noble, KB Toys and other big names make it the local shopping hot spot. A large food court and plenty of indoor and outdoor parking provides the convenience necessary while shopping in bigger malls. Being located at a main crossing in town, one may experience traffic slowdowns during rush hour.
  • Nebraska Furniture Mart

    700 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 800 336 9136(Toll Free)
    Picture more than 500,000 square feet of sheer selling space. With acres of shopping, warehousing and parking areas, it is the single largest home and office furnishing store in America. You will also find electronics, flooring, appliances, computer hardware and software. Prices are low and the selection is huge. There is even a Burger King to refresh between busy hunts. It is crazy and crowded on the weekends. But for people with an eye for interiors, this mega experience is not to be missed.
  • Westroads Mall

    10000 California Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 3107
    Omaha "firsts" fill this mall. The city's first Old Navy is here. Other clothing favorites include the upscale Von Maur and Younkers. Yankee Candle Co. leads the list of specialty shops. There is also a Merle Norman cosmetics shop. Travelers will appreciate the mall's convenient location, right off Dodge Street and Interstate 680 in the central part of the city.
  • Husker Hounds

    171st and West Center Road Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 758 0207 / +1 800 860 5844(Toll Free)
    Love the Nebraska Cornhuskers or just curious to see what all the hype is about? This store features all that is red and white. Husker clothing for the smallest infants to the largest adults can be found here. Also available are game day glassware, flags, souvenirs, jewelry, sports accessories and more. Fans with a bigger budget may be interested in autographed footballs and other Husker memorabilia. Gift certificates are available.
  • Husker Heaven

    3926 North 90th Street Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 572 8373 / +1 800 867 8373(Toll Free)
    Yes, this store is heaven for Nebraska Cornhusker fans. Clothing accounts for the bulk of the merchandise. T-shirts and sweatshirts pay tribute to the Big Red. Shoppers can choose from specific sports or generic slogans. Most color choices are limited to red, white, gray or black (as in the Husker blackshirt defense). Several styles of baby clothing are also available. Novelty items include key chains, Husker music and more. Do not miss the huge selection of Husker coats and jackets.
  • Omaha's Farmers Market

    1100 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 5401
    If fresh produce, handmade quilts and linens, freshly cut flowers, locally canned jams and home-cooked baked goods are your thing, be sure to check out the potpourri of items available here. Parents push strollers, couples walk with dogs...even chefs from nearby restaurants frequent the Farmers Market to stock up on just-picked tomatoes, salad greens, berries and more. Located in a spacious parking area in the Old Market, this weekly event runs through the summer.
  • Old Market

    1000 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 7151
    No visit to Omaha is complete without a stop in the Old Market. Do not let the cobblestone streets fool you. Although charming, this eclectic corner of the city lays claim to some of the best shops and restaurants in town. Enjoy Italian at Vivace, invite a special someone to The French Cafe or sip a microbrew at the Upstream. Small shops offer everything from alternative music to cultural clothing, even a year-round selection of Christmas decorations. Several art galleries are also located in the area.
  • Jackson Street Booksellers

    1119 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 2664
    This Old Market bookstore is not your typical, "run-of-the-mill" used book shop. The owners do not take donations and they pay cash for book trade-ins. What this gives the store is thousands of choice titles that often cannot be found in a library or a new release bookstore. The inventory includes out-of-print editions, first editions, signed copies of some of the finest novels, non-fiction and literary works available today. Whether you are seeking good reading material, or a collector's item, this store is worth a closer look.
  • Rockbrook Village® Shopping Center

    2800 South 110th Court Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 390 0890
    Plan a fun-filled afternoon of both looking and buying. Window shoppers will love the variety. Shops scattered throughout several small buildings represent everything from sports to crafts, pets to bathroom remodeling. Of course, there is also plenty of food. Stop by the Great Harvest Bread Co. for a sample, enjoy a homemade potato casserole at the Garden Café or dine in style at the Jaipur Brewing Company. Ample parking is available. Guests will find it easy to get here; Rockbrook is conveniently located near the interstate.
  • Bel Air Plaza

    12100 West Center Road Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 333 3200
    Most shoppers come here in search of a specific item. The stores are more spread out than in similar shopping centers, making it difficult to truly window shop. Among the offerings are rubber stamps and scrapbooks, candles, patio necessities and barbecue utensils, as well as musical instruments and supplies. Got the munchies? No problem, just grab a tasty snack at the popcorn shop. There is no shortage of parking, although traffic at the closest major intersection (120th and Center Station) tends to be heavy.
  • Nature Dog

    13366 West Mapel Road Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 697 7156
    Every dog has its day at this gourmet pet sweet shop. The doggie and kitty treats, which include Little Buddies, a gingerbread-shaped dog snack; Banana Biscotti; Cheese Twists and S'mores, are baked fresh everyday with all-natural, healthy ingredients using no added salt, sugar or preservatives. These canine and feline munchies are so tasty and nutritious, you could snack on them yourself. The pets of Oprah Winfrey, Richard Simmons, Doris Day and former Nebraska Governor Ben Nelson are among the thousands of satisfied customers.
  • New Realities

    419 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 1863
    When your soul needs soothing or your aura needs a lift, stop into this eclectic book and gift shop filled with enchanting music, soothing aromas. You will find a large selection of relaxation and contemporary music products, hand-crafted jewelry, candles, cards, chimes, incense and books. The friendly and knowledgeable staff is always happy to assist.
  • The Bookworm

    8702 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 392 2877
    One of the last locally owned bookstores of its kind, the Bookworm is hanging on with the assistance of a caring, knowledgeable staff, an excellent location, a homey atmosphere, an outstanding reputation and a dedicated circle of regulars. Open since 1964, the Bookworm offers a huge children's book section, a frequent buyer program, book club discounts and free gift wrapping. The store is located in Countryside Village Shopping Center and is connected to The Village Grinder, a cozy, locally owned coffee shop. Order a cup of java, cozy up to the roaring fireplace and enjoy.
  • Spirit World & Deli

    7517 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 8680
    Looking for a specific wine, label or region? You will almost certainly find it here. Crates of fine wines in every price range line the aisles. The friendly staff makes recommendations if you are looking for the perfect taste to complement a meal. Fine liquors and alcohol imports are also available. In addition, visitors can enjoy a quick lunch, supper or snack at the in-store deli. Be aware that the deli closes one hour before the store.
  • The Winery

    741 North 98th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 3535
    The awe-inspiring wine selection ranges from fresh Beaujolais Nouveau in the fall to the well-aged taste of a fine Merlot. Labels representing wineries from around the globe line the shelves. Strong customer service complements the fine stock. Do not be afraid to ask for advice or for a special order. Wine accessories and imported foods also available. A deli inside in the store dishes up delicious salads and sandwiches. Eat in or ask for it "to go."
  • Canfield's Sporting Goods

    8457 West Center Road Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 3363 / +1 800 333 2263(Toll Free)
    Find virtually everything you need to become a real-life survivor. Look for a durable tent to provide good shelter or stock up on hunting supplies. A variety of outerwear guards against the cold or rain, while the selection of boots, shoes, waders and sandals covers every season. Other offerings include lanterns and grills, even army surplus goods. Boy Scout and Girl Scout accessories are also found here. People who love the great outdoors usually come to Canfield's first.
  • Nebraska Clothing Company

    1012 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 6114
    This is not your typical Old Market clothing store. Selection ranges from downright unusual to the finest travel wear available. Check out the casual team apparel, featuring whom else but the Cornhuskers, then take a trip back in time and cheer for the Bugeaters (Nebraska's first football team). You will find plenty of apparel in support of both names. The store also carries the best names in durable travel clothing and adventure wear. If you cannot make it in, consider calling. Internet and mail orders are also accepted.
  • Omaha Steaks

    4400 South 96th Street Omaha, NE 68127 United States - Phone: +1 402 593 4223
    This is a must for anyone who enjoys a good steak. Buy here and have it shipped home. Many people do not realize that choices extend far beyond beef. The company now offers premier seafood, pork, veal, lamb and poultry. It also features side dishes, gourmet desserts and kosher selections. You can also buy exclusive sauces and seasonings to help bring out the best flavor. Additional retail shops are located at Westroads Shopping Center (pictured), Oak View Mall, and the North and South Terminals of Eppley Airfield.
  • Lindley Men's Clothing

    707 North 132nd Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 491 4000
    Quality, selection and service make this Omaha original stand out. Shoppers will find the finest names in dress and casual wear hanging on the racks. From sports coats to suits, button downs to short sleeves, you will find everything you need from head to toe. A wide range of accessories, including ties, completes the look. Customer satisfaction and loyalty keep business thriving more than 60 years after the doors first opened.
  • Rockbrook Camera & Video

    2717 South 108th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 1171
    One stop shopping at its finest, and you do not have to be a professional photographer to step through the doors. A lot of people simply bring their film here for processing. Others rely on advice when buying a new camera or camcorder. Shoppers can browse through the latest digital models, as well as regular point-and-shoot cameras and the advanced photo system line. "SLR" cameras and accessories are also featured here. The store, located across the street from Rockbrook Village Shopping Center, stocks darkroom supplies, negative sleeves and storage products.
  • Gadgeteer

    7317 Douglas Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 0808 / +1 888 739 0808(Toll Free)
    If you are looking for something unique, but not sure what you want, this is the place. At first glance, the mix of furniture, watches, appliances and cookware seems to be the oddest of inventories. Here is the secret, nearly everything in this store relates to design or architecture. This remarkable selection includes building sets, a variety of architecture books, fine gifts and writing instruments beyond the ordinary. All in all, it a fun store with a unique flavor.
  • Regency Court

    120 Regency Parkway Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 8474
    Shoppers come here to find things they cannot find anyplace else. But this exclusivity can carry a high price tag. After all, this shopping center caters to Regency, one of Omaha's most affluent neighborhoods. The roughly 30 stores include several upscale clothiers for both men and women. Visitors can also browse through a small antique store, as well as a kitchen shop. The world-famous Borsheim's Fine Jewelry and Gifts is a must-see, offering fine gifts and an incredible selection of quality jewelry. For dinner, try Kobe Steakhouse.
  • Piccolo's Florist & Gifts

    333 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 6000
    Service is the focus at Omaha's largest florist and home accessory shop. Occasion-reminder services, drive-up windows, frequent-buyer cards and specials make this a fun and convenient way to shop. You will also find gift items, stationery and invitations, Fendi furniture and outstanding seasonal displays. Same-day delivery is guaranteed in the Omaha area if your order is received by 1pm Central Time.
  • Vic's Corn Popper

    14935 Industrial Road Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 333 1653 / +1 877 330 8427(Toll Free)
    Popcorn goes gourmet at this all popcorn snack shop. White Gourmet Caramel, Yellow Cheese and White Cheddar corn is available in regular and light versions. Other awesome snacks include popcorn balls, Cashew Crunch, Butter Pecan Crunch and more. Vic's offers delivery to your Omaha area office free of charge.
  • Taylor's Flower Shop & Greenhouse

    12330 K Plaza Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 800 434 3742
    This flower shop, open since 1950, stresses quality, service and offers a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Choose a pre-designed bouquet or ask the award-winning design staff to create a unique arrangement just for you. A 20,000 square foot greenhouse produces the highest quality poinsettias, Easter lilies and bedding plants available. Free wedding and sympathy consultants are available by appointment. This florist is Teleflora and FTD affiliated.
  • Bridal Designs at Suburban Bridal

    14510 F Street Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 255 0222 / +1 800 362 7064(Toll Free)
    If you are looking for the perfect cocktail dress for a special occasion, do not miss the selection at this midtown bridal salon. The elegant, yet casual atmosphere, creative, friendly staff and convenient location make this a hassle-free way to find your dream dress. Hundreds of gowns are available in every style and size imaginable, and special purchase and discontinued gowns are priced below suggested retail. Spacious dressing rooms and plenty of free parking make this salon the ideal place to shop.
  • Bridal Traditions

    2933 South 108th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 397 2525
    If you are looking for a one-stop wedding shop, this is the place. You will find bridal gowns, prom dresses, veils, bridesmaid, flower girl and mother's dresses, tuxedos, shoes, jewelry, invitations, accessories, alterations and gown preservation all under one roof. A professional staff of wedding consultants help you choose the gown, headpiece and accessories to complement your personal style and personality. It will also assist with choosing tuxedos that will add to the beauty and elegance of your special occasion. Storage services, steaming and stuffing are also available.
  • Ibsen Costume Gallery

    4981 Hamilton Street Omaha, NE 68132 United States - Phone: +1 800 456 6938
    What started in 1981 as a little costume shop in a Dundee strip mall is now considered the largest costume provider in the Midwest. This award-winning shop with more than 22,000 costumes fulfills all types of costuming needs, from providing a Santa suit for a weekend St. Nick to an entire wardrobe for the cast of a Broadway-style production; Ibsen's has it all. A wedding consignment shop is also on the premises, offering previously worn gowns at a fraction of their original prices.
  • Mangelsen's

    3457 South 84th Street Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 6225
    From fabric to frames, candy making tools and more, this store offers an incredible mix of products. The holidays take center stage. Makeup and costumes fill an entire section dedicated to transforming shoppers into Halloween ghouls and goblins. In the meantime, ribbons and shimmering decorations help light up December. Year-round shoppers enjoy a custom-framing department, crafts, rubber stamps and scrapbooks, in addition to cake and cookie decorating supplies. The store is also a great place to find wedding materials and decorations, as well as inexpensive gifts.
  • A Pea in the Pod

    10321 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 1208
    This boutique in One Pacific Place specializes in styles made especially for expectant moms. A few of the offerings include tailored suits for the office and dresses for more formal occasions. Shoppers can also find a variety of casual outfits, as well as swimsuits made to flatter the expanding waistline. It is a good place to visit if you are in the mood to pamper yourself, but some of the prices run higher than at traditional maternity stores. Workers do go out of their way to help, even taking measurements when necessary.
  • Nickleby's Tobacconist

    2464 South 120th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 4556
    Light up and relax in a place that not only allows cigars, but also encourages them. A smoking lounge invites guests to enjoy the finest tastes & emdash;all of which can be found on the retail side of the store. Choose from more than 300 kinds of premium cigars, including Napa, Partagas and Excalibur. Shoppers will also appreciate the selection of premium pipes, as well as a variety of bulk tobacco and tins.
  • Homer's Records & Tapes

    1210 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 0264
    Nothing is average in this Old Market music store. While it tends to lean toward alternative sounds and merchandise, do not let that keep you from searching the stacks. Classic rock aficionados will be rewarded with a fairly extensive selection of good old LPs. If your tastes run more modern, new and used CDs and tapes representing nearly every genre are available. The store also offers shipping to take the hassle out of gift purchases.
  • Nouvelle Eve

    1102 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 4811
    Simple, fun, sophisticated, trendy—there is something for everyone at this stylish Old Market boutique. Slinky party dresses, luxurious scarves, funky hats, plush sweaters, romantic lingerie and chic handbags are interspersed with pants, suits, pajamas and more. Jewelry, fragrances and baby clothes complete the range of merchandise offered here. Many of the items are on the pricey side, but each is flawless in design and function. A visit to Nouvelle Eve is a treat to the senses, so even if you are just browsing, be sure to stop in.
  • Apple Store

    17305 Davenport Street Omaha, NE 68118 United States - Phone: +1 402 970 4477
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    3001 South 144th Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 334 9334
    If you're looking out for the latest American trends in clothing or the best accessories then American Eagle Outfitters is where you should shop. Here is a store that neither compromises on quality nor ideas and innovations. It adorns you with its mesmerizing collection of exclusive fashion wear. So whether its elegance or a funky look that you're aiming at, American Eagle Outfitters fits the bill.
  • The Mystery Bookstore

    1414 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 7343
    If you are an avid reader then the Mystery Bookstore is your paradise. This large bookstore is said to house thousands of books covering several fields, categories and writers. Be it history, art, science, philosophy, technology or any other field, you are sure to find a book here. You can come here to shop, spend some tranquil time reading or participate in their reading groups and other activities.
  • Soul Desires

    1026 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 898 7600 / +1 800 264 4249(Toll Free)
    Soul Desires is primarily a bookstore that houses several books on spirituality and philosophy. This place has many books and material to enhance your spiritual side and special services like a 'Sabbath Room' and prayer beads for that karmic peace. Their store also has many other things for sale like greeting cards, singing bowls and so on. There are also many events held here like discussions, small music events, poetry sessions and so on. Many known writers and poets are invited here to share their views. Check out the website to know more.
  • The Next Millennium

    3141 North 93rd Street Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 1121
    What started as a hypnotherapist's workshop has grown and transformed into what is now an all-things-metaphysical shop, where you can find everything from celtic cloaks and tarot cards to jewelry and candles. Started by Charlie, The Next Millennium is a family owned business and has a wonderful staff most of whom have been working there for many years. The shop is stocked with books about Wicca, hypnotherapy and more and also has a wonderful collection of incense to go with your practice. The store also sells herbs, feng-shui items, bumper stickers among the many eclectic items. They encourage curiosity about Reiki, tarot, spell-work, and other metaphysical practices so do call in to find out more. You can even follow them on Twitter and Facebook or drop by their blog.
  • Omaha Wine Company

    701 North 114th Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 431 8558 / +1 800 594 8558(Toll Free)
    Omaha Wine Company is a popular wine that has a wide target audience and fan base. Taking a rather humorous and fun-loving attitude towards wine drinking, they believe that it needs to make you feel good, that's what they're all about. They sell good quality wine that you should enjoy. The company works with a number of prized vineyards like Neal Family Vineyards, Guilliams Vineyards Turley and more, to provide you with fabulous wines. Their website provides a list of their current selections and also tells you how you can be a part of their events. They do make shipments of their happy wine so do contact them to find out how you can get a few bottles. Check their website for other details.
  • Canfield Plaza

    84th and West Center Road Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 8000
    Canfield Plaza is your one stop shop for household utilities and essentials. This family-friendly shopping center opened in 1970 and continues to be an Omaha staple. Canfield's Sporting Goods and Jensen Tire and Auto are some of its oldest tenants. Keyboard Kastle boasts the largest collection of musical instruments in Midwest. Make a pit stop for a quick bite at Little Caesars Pizza, Scooter’s Coffee House or Taco Bell.
  • Sheplers Western Wear

    970 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 819 5704 / +1 888 835 4004(Toll Free)
    Sheplers Western Wear stocks an extensive collection of jeans from different labels including Silver, Miss Me, Aura, Cinch, Levi's and Wrangler. It also features a wide range of cowboy boots including Lucchese boots, Justin boots, Corral boots, Tony Lama boots, Ariat boots, Nocona boots and Durango boots. Sheplers Western Wear is a one-stop store for cowgirl boots, cowboy boots, cowboy western tees, belt buckles, hats, apart from work wear, work boots and western outerwear 
  • White Crane Gallery

    1032 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 1066
    Established in the year 1992, White Crane Gallery features eclectic art mediums and styles. Its art items range from wearable to funky and classy. This art gallery features modern American art and showcases a pool of styles in jewelry, ceramics, glass and paintings. Art works here are meticulously chosen by Judith Shepherd, its owner, who carefully selects the best work of national, regional as well as local artists. 
  • All About Me Boutique

    419 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 505 6000
    All About Me Boutique stocks a vibrant and a trendy collection of women's accessories, clothing and jewelry. A truly unique and one of its kind fashion boutique, All About Me Boutique is situated in the heart of the buzzing Old Market neighborhood.  
  • beyourself boutique

    307 N 78th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 933 9584
    beyourself boutique is a locally-owned, on-trend store for women, focused to promote self-esteem among modern women. It stocks an extensive collection of unique and affordable handbags, shoes, clothing and stylish accessories that remain difficult fo find in other parts of the area. The store believes in buying small amounts from its vendors and receives new and fresh shipment each day so you can always be assured of finding something unique and different. beyourself boutique has done away with the conventional numbered sizing. Instead, it follows a color dot system for sizing. 
  • Bliss Boutique

    12100 W Center Road Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 991 3595
    A chic boutique featuring women's accessories, jewelry and apparel, Bliss Boutique is your one stop store for on-trend, chic clothes and accessories. Its collection appeals to career-oriented women, fashion-conscious girls, soccer-fanatic moms and activewear lovers. Bliss Boutique offers a personalized and a unqiue shopping experience where its style gurus help you in finding an outfit that is just tailor-made for you. 
  • Curbside Clothing

    505 S 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States
    Offering designs created by Omaha's local artists, Curbside Clothing features a unique collection of T-shirts, hats, jackets and other outfits. You can also shop for screen-printed children's and women's T-shirts as well as onesies for toddlers. Local design artists like Gerard Pefung, Liz Rosholm and Dave Koenig, a popular tattoo artist have created the rather funky designs. Inspiration is drawn from real life, music, travel and other realms and the designs are brought to life in the form of graphic art, photography, painting, embroidery, drawing, film and all that you can ever think of. 
  • Luvbird Boutique

    2110 South 67th Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 502 9924
    Offering a pet-friendly environment, Luvbird Boutique is a brainchild of Shan Stavropoulos, an ardent fashion enthusiast who also nurtures a passion for dance and has been recognized on a national platform. Located centrally in Aksarben Village, the trendy Luvbird Boutique is a truly unique one in this area and stocks a mesmerizing collection of chic and charming silhouettes with affordable price points.  
  • Roots & Wings

    8712 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 504 4700
    A boutique housing contemporary and classic brands, Roots and Wings is a specialty boutique aimed at young, modern women who like to experiment with their fashion sense. Roots and Wings stocks funky designs and is also an exclusive retailer of TOMS shoes. Other popular collections and designers you can shop for at Roots and Wings include Red Engine Jeans, Blank Jeans, Alternative Apparel, Hype, Bobi, Ezekiel, Kensie, RYU and BB Dakota among several others.
  • Game Vault

    6307 Center Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 505 7476
    Video game aficionados shouldn't skip a visit to Game Vault, a store that sells, buys and rents video games. Here you can find some of the first video games ever invented as well as the latest releases and best sellers. The staff is helpful and guides patrons through the racks of discs and accessories. Its discs are compatible with different versions of gaming consoles such as PlayStation, Wii U and Xbox. This shop also repairs old discs and removes scratches. It is an ideal store for those who wish to exchange their classic games for newer editions.
  • Sports Authority

    885 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 0049
    Sports Authority is a chain of outdoor gear shops with more than 450 outlets all over the country. This branch offers equipment and apparel for team sports, adventure sports and golf. It caters to sportspeople of all ages and expertise, from school children playing their first match to seasoned players. Its accessories include pedometers, heart rate monitors, GPS watches, chargers, digital cameras and water containers. Besides, it sells ice hockey gloves, football padding, basketball shoes, paddle boards and wheel trikes. It also offers outdoor toys for children and apparatus for playing indoor games like billiards, air hockey, foosball and darts. Its sheer range of clothing for activities such as yoga, swimming and running is impressive.
  • Howard's Charro Cafe

    4443 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 3776
    Located near a number of Omaha attractions, including Henry Doorly Zoo and Rosenblatt Stadium, this restaurant offers authentic Mexican food at affordable prices. With an atmosphere both casual and festively ethnic, this restaurant promises to be an excellent choice for a variety of dining occasions. Homemade taco shells and tortilla chips turn the everyday a la carte into a specialty item. On Friday and Saturday, guests enjoy the live music of Howard's own mariachi band.
  • Bar 415

    415 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 7455
    From the street, this spot looks like no big deal, but like Alice falling through the looking glass, Bar 415 patrons find themselves transported to a super-hip jazz club more likely to be found in New York than in a small Midwest cubbyhole. The long, dark room with exposed brick walls is dominated by a big, wooden bar lit by colorful Pottery Barn-like hanging lamps. The drink menu is very uptown with Cosmopolitans, Martinis and such. On the weekends, local jazz bands play from a stage suspended from the ceiling. A cover charge is collected when live music is offered.
  • Mr. Toad's Pub

    1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 4488
    Mr. Toad's Pub is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Upon entering, you feel like you are in an old English pub. There are two rooms: one with a big wooden bar and several tables and chairs, the other with a grand piano in one corner and shelves filled with leather-bound books lining the walls. Large windows look out onto Howard Street, the Old Market main drag. The outdoor patio is the place to be on a hot summer evening. Omaha's Luigi Waites plays live jazz every Sunday night.
  • Gorat's Steak House

    4917 Center Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 551 3733
    Tender steaks have enticed people to visit Gorat's for more than 55 years. Warren Buffet often frequents the establishment and has even brought along his friend, Microsoft's Bill Gates. The restaurant has an old-fashioned, family-style décor. The menu offers several cuts of beef, including filets, T-bones and New York strips. Steaks are served with house salad, potatoes and a side of pasta or green beans. There is dancing and entertainment on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Brazen Head Irish Pub

    319 North 78th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 393 3731
    Everyone is Irish at this festive pub. Wood paneling and big, sturdy tables and booths make this the place to pull up a chair and hang out with your friends. Beers and whiskeys from Ireland are the favorite here; there is even a separate whiskey menu. The food is better than average with beer battered Galloway Bay Fish and Chips, the Pub Classic Sandwich, Jameson Whiskey Steak and Lemon Pepper Salmon. Live Irish music adds to the fun.
  • Sokol Auditorium

    2234 South 13th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 9802
    If you are looking for a big band-era venue, this is it. This auditorium/hall situated in the heart of South Omaha's Bohemian neighborhood, just south of downtown, is perfect for wedding receptions, banquets, parties, dances, meetings and concerts. The large, formal auditorium, complete with balcony and buffet area, comfortably accommodates 750. National music acts, including Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, 311 and Brave Combo, make Sokol a regular tour stop. A smaller, much more rustic venue is available downstairs.
  • The Dubliner

    1205 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 5887
    If you are full-blooded Irish, or merely Irish at heart, you will enjoy this green-themed pub in the Old Market. This spot is located underground; just look for the sign and the green Blarney Stone. Descend the stairs to sample more than 100 beers, live Irish music and excellent bar food. Try the Pub Burger with chips and soup. The atmosphere is comfortable with a long wooden bar and a separate room to accommodate the band.
  • The Max

    1417 Jackson Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 346 4110
    Die-hard clubbers throng to this place for its great sound and lighting. The Max maybe a gay club but it is equally popular with all crowds. The Happy Hour, between 4p and 8p everyday, ensures a crowd before night falls. Events such as Mr. Max Contest and Cowboys vs Cowgirls make sure the regulars are enthralled.
  • The Roxbury

    10841 Q Street Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 339 9791
    While in Omaha, this is a lively hangout that you must check out, for it's always alive with action. Rock concerts are a held here frequently and this place is a hot favorite with both performers and audience. Performers enjoy performing here because of the state-of-the-art sound and visual arrangements; and audience enjoy being here for the intimate view of their favorite performers. The Roxbury has been host to a lot of concerts by popular performers.
  • The Anchor Inn

    2499 Freedon Park Road Omaha, NE 68110 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 1313
    Anchor Inn is an open-air bar located in Omaha. The waterside ambiance goes well with the outdoor setting. There is a stage for bands to perform and benches are set all around the wooden raft-like floor. For those who wish to have some shade can opt for a seating under the tent. Food includes your routine American grub. Making complete use of the outdoors, the chef fixes up some great barbecues. With a drink in your hand coupled with the food and music, the Anchor Inn has it all for a relaxed night-out.
  • Strauss Performing Arts Center

    6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 United States - Phone: +1 402 554 2177
    The Strauss Performing Arts Center is located in the campus of the University of Nebraska. The University's music department functions from this beautifully maintained complex and an equally fine venue for live concerts and performing arts. The Center is famous for hosting several musical performances and ballets. The Omaha Symphony regularly performs at this venue. The venue is an important arena for the College's art scene.
  • The Waiting Room Lounge

    6212 Maple Street Omaha, NE 68104 United States - Phone: +1 402 884 5353
    'The Waiting Room Lounge' is a wonderful place which vibrates to the beats of heavy metal and mainly rock. The place holds regular events and concerts for all. Come down with your colleagues after a hard day of work, or drive down with your friends on weekends. You are sure to have a gala time. Call for more details.
  • Silhouettes Lounge

    314 South 16th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 884 3869
    Head to Silhouettes Lounge for a great fun filled evening. This place has a number of specialty bars that serve a range of alcohol and spirits. You can book your own space here or enjoy the live music events held. On the food front, the lounge offers some delicious food with the pizzas and chicken wings as popular favorites. The ambiance here is very relaxed and the decor simple yet comfortable. Overall, a great place to spend the evening. Call ahead to know more.
  • Barfly

    707 North 114th Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 504 4811
    Neon lights, savvy lounge seats, intriguing posters and an extensive bar, these are all the things that make Barfly a popular hang out in town. From pool tables to live music to the DJ's, this place has all the makings of a great evening. There is also a jukebox and karaoke. The bar has a variety of beer, wines and spirits. The ambiance here is very relaxed and casual and the service very efficient. So come here for a great time with your loved ones. Call ahead for more details.
  • House of Loom

    1012 South 10th Street Omaha, NE 68108 United States - Phone: +1 402 505 5494
    Calling House of Loom a 'hybrid bar concept' would be an understatement. This creatively thought out and intriguing venue, located in the heart of downtown, blends the concepts of a bar, a nightclub, and a cultural venue, to really present something unique. Elegantly and stylishly designed, the House of Loom presents in its spaces performances by DJs and bands, and other artists, art shows, dance parties, and also lectures and talks. So, if you want to try something other than your usual nightclub or bar, then head down to the House of Loom.
  • Bergan Mercy Medical Center

    7500 Mercy Road Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 398 6060
    This hospital offers an emergency room, maternity services, orthopedics, surgical and cardiovascular services, oncology and hospice care. It has plenty of onsite parking and is a member of Alegent Health System. Affiliated hospitals include the following: Immanuel Medical Center, 6901 North 72nd St, Omaha, NE 68122, +1 402 572 2121. Midlands Community Hospital, 11111 South 84th St, Papillion, NE 68046, +1 402 593 3000. Mercy Hospital, 800 Mercy Drive, Council Bluffs, IA 51503, +1 712 328 5000.
  • Methodist Hospital

    8303 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 354 4000
    Emergency room, trauma center, helicopter transport, high-risk obstetrics, rehabilitation services, surgical services. A leader in oncology, cardiology and neurosurgery. Plenty of covered and open-air parking.
  • Saint Joseph Hospital

    601 North 30th Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 449 4000
    Emergency room, helicopter transport, trauma center, birth services, surgical services. A leader in cancer and cardiac research and care. Teaching hospital for Creighton University. Adjacent to Boys Town Research Hospital, a leading facility in the research and treatment of communication disorders. Limited parking is available.
  • Children's Hospital & Medical Center

    8200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 955 5400
    This hospital has an emergency room, trauma center, surgical facilities, helicopter transport, and a clinical research facility, offering the only pediatric emergency facility in the area. It specializes in pediatric cardiac and orthopedic surgery. There is plenty of on-site parking.
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center

    600 South 42nd Street Omaha, NE 68198 United States - Phone: +1 402 559 4000
    Emergency room, trauma center, helicopter transport, burn care, leading research facility. Includes the new Lied Transplant Center, a world leader in solid organ and stem cell transplants. Teaching facility for University of Nebraska.
  • Apple Store

    17305 Davenport Street Omaha, NE 68118 United States - Phone: +1 402 970 4477
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Happy Cab

    5402 L Street Omaha, NE 68117 United States - Phone: +1 402 339 8294
    Happy Cab serves the metropolitan area of Omaha, the airport and its surrounding areas. With a fleet of Crown Victorias, Front-Wheel Drive GM Vehicles and Minivans and a dedicated team of customer service agents who are there to answer your calls 24-hours a day. Thanks to the NEXTEL IDN Network and GPS tracking technology, the centralized dispatch center office is well-connected to the cabs, even when they are on the move.
  • Fr. Michael G. Morrison, S. J. Stadium

    North 17th Street Omaha, NE 68178 United States - Phone: +1 402 280 5577
    Though this stadium belongs to the Creighton University, it's located a little away from the campus. It gets its name from Rev. Fr. Michael G. Morrison, S.J.—former President of the university. Today it is home to the Blue Jay soccer team. The University has been running a unique campaign. Donor bricks are available for 100USD on which you can engrave a message. These bricks will be placed permanently on the concourse walkway, visible to the visitors.
  • Caniglia Field

    6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 United States - Phone: +1 402 554 3270
    Caniglia Field is the lavish football facility of University of Nebraska in Omaha. It has a total capacity of 9500 seats. It's home to the UNO Mavericks College Football Team. The venue often hosts NCAA's Division II football matches. Overlooking the campus, it is one of the major attractions of the University of Nebraska. Since 1949, it has been the place where tomorrow's football stars have vowed audiences. The stadium has witnessed as many as 8 Championship crownings of the Mavericks. When not in use by the college, it is available for private events.
  • Lee and Helene Sapp Fieldhouse

    6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68101 United States - Phone: +1 402 554 6287
    The Lee and Helene Sapp Fieldhouse of the University of Nebraska has been the site of six national collegiate tournaments and countless athletic events. The Fieldhouse has a capacity of up to 3500 people. Hosting games and sports such as volleyball, basketball, wrestling and indoor women's track to name a few, the Fieldhouse has enriched the community.
  • Omaha Civic Auditorium

    1804 Capitol Avenue Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 3353
    The Omaha Civic Auditorium Arena is a magnificent multipurpose arena, located in Downtown Omaha. The arena is the home ground of the Omaha Beef, which is a team in the pro indoor football league. Apart from football, world famous bands such as NIN, R.E.M and Dave Matthews Band have also performed live here in front of huge crowds of up to 10,960. Famous events, such as the All-Breed Dog Show and KidzExplore have also been held here. Covering shows of all possible kinds including art shows, craft shows, sporting events, music concerts and even functions for children; this venue is truly a one-stop-solution for events.
  • Baratta Taxi

    643 North 98th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 238 1650
    Baratta Taxi, or the former Omaha Taxi Service, offers you a fleet of taxis and Omaha Airport Shuttles in the metro area. Book one of their luxury vehicles with state of the art GPS navigational equipment and gear up for a quick but comfortable ride to your destination. The taxi cab drivers on their payroll guarantee outstanding customer service. Baratta Taxi also provides you a host of travel and dinning suggestions for the Omaha area. Competitively priced, their taxi service is sure to save you plenty of time and money. Check website for more details.
  • St. Michael Lutheran Church

    13232 Blondo Street Omaha, NE 68164 United States - Phone: +1 402 493 2871
    The St. Michael Lutheran Church is one of the most beautiful and oldest surviving religious landmark in Omaha. Not only does it symbolize a higher power but also beauty. Other than its aesthetic attributes, this church is also a place that welcomes any and everyone who wants to devote a bit of their time for peace and prayers. Thus, if you are looking for a bit of serenity, a visit to the St. Michael Lutheran Church would do you good. For further details, do visit their website.
  • Common Ground Community Center

    1701 Veterans Drive Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 289 0451
    What could be a better way to spend your time than getting fit at a sixty thousand square feet recreational space. The Common Ground Community Center is a popular community center in Omaha where the likes of swimming, cycling, volleyball, basketball and more can be played. At the Common Ground Community Center, you can accomplish a fitter body and a sound mind. Call ahead for hours of operations and other details.
  • Motto McLean Ice Arena

    5015 South 45th Street Omaha, NE 68117 United States - Phone: +1 402 444 4955
    For all those who like to flaunt their figure eights or their three sixty degree flips, Omaha presents the Motto McLean Ice Arena to you. The Motto McLean Ice Arena is a family oriented skating rink where parents and their kids come to enjoy a weekend on ice. The Arena is also a fun place to hang out with friends, for not only does it let you have a recreational space but also a place where fitness comes into play. for more on the Arena and its timings, do call ahead.
  • Millard South High School

    14905 Q Street Omaha, NE 61837 United States - Phone: +1 402 715 8268
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha

    6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 United States - Phone: +1 402 554 2262
  • DP Muller Studio

    6066 Maple Street Omaha, NE 68104 United States
    Based in Omaha, famed commercial and portrait photographer D.P. Muller has setup his photography studio on the Maple Street in Benson neighborhood of the city. Avail his expert services for weddings, portfolio shoot or any other events. The studio, apart from serving as a venue for his shoots, also hosts art and live music events from time to time. Visit the studio website for more information.
  • Emmaus Bible Church

    4501 South 23rd Street Omaha, NE 68107 United States - Phone: +1 402 731 0201
    The Emmaus Bible Church conducts its services solely based on the life and teachings of Jesus. The church's vision - Christ, Gospel and Community aims towards promoting the community's belief in the Word of God. The ministry of the church led by residential pastors regularly conduct preaching sessions, sermons and talks, special services are also held by visiting speakers. Check the church's website for more on the events calendar and other information.
  • Church of Omaha

    3715 North 104th Avenue Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 572 8904
    It was the efforts of pastor Jimmy Toney along with his wife Renne and daughter Kaitlyn that help set up the Church of Omaha. Its construction stretched across two phases since 2002 and was completed only in 2006. The church sermons are based on teachings and healing sessions from the bible and mostly conducted by preachers and pastors. The congregation meets every Sunday and Wednesday for morning and evening worship, separate Bible reading sessions are held weekly. Check website to know more.
  • Lord of Love Lutheran Church

    10405 Fort Street Omaha, NE 68134 United States - Phone: +1 402 493 2946
    Lord of Love Lutheran Church is an active church following Lutheran form of worship. It has an impressive building where confirmation class and Sunday School are conducted for children along with adult forums and adult Bible reading and book studies. It also equipped with a library offering resources and materials to individuals on demand. The locals gather here for worship at 8a and 10.30a on every Sunday. Do check the website for upcoming events.
  • Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church

    5529 Leavenworth Street Omaha, NE 68106 United States - Phone: +1 402 551 0244
    Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church was established in 1924 and it adopted a constitution two years later. It started as a Sunday School and even today, both the church and its school are equally famous in the neighborhood. The school conducts classes from kindergarten to the Eighth grade and concentrates on holistic development. While embracing the broader principles of Lutheranism, this church accommodates slight modification of liturgies to suit modern life. Its Bible classes for adults are ideal for imbibing spiritual principles, while its concerts with pipe organ music and soothing hymns alleviate worries.
  • First Central Congregational United Church of Christ

    421 South 36th Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 1533
    The interiors of First Central Congregational United Church of Christ feature vaulted ceilings with wooden beams, lanterns dangling from long cords and stained glass windows. Based on the ideals of the Plymouth Colony pilgrims, this church is a pioneer among its kind in ordaining a gay man and an African American, and endorses equal rights for couples in homosexual marriages. Besides the usual sermons, choir and sacraments, it organizes classes in music, drama, puppet theater, story telling, dancing and craft work, and runs interactive programs with maps, videos and sketches known as Art Station and Discovery Station. It also houses an art classroom, a library and a gym with exercise lessons. Its varied halls and rooms can be hired for conferences, concerts, weddings and art events.
  • West Hills Church

    3015 South 82nd Avenue Omaha, NE 68124 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 8788
    West Hills Church enforces strict discipline and compliance of Biblical teachings for every member of the congregation. It also advocates selfless community service for the betterment of the world and organizes mission trips and training sessions to achieve this goal. The sermons deal with topics such as cosmic worship, finding god in everyday life and learning from past sins. This church manages a library for children, which houses a collection of 1000 videos and books on Christianity. It also runs a nursery, conducts family worship sessions and a program known as Crosswalk, in which children learn through educational board games, craft work and memory games.
  • First Unitarian Church of Omaha

    3114 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 3039
    The First Unitarian Church of Omaha was conceived by some of Omaha's first settlers. The church building exhibits Colonial Revival architecture and has a reddish-brown façade, elegant white columns and a white tower. Based on the philosophy of Unitarian Universalism, this church conducts sermons that touch upon subjects like family, evolution, dreams and life-changing decisions along with traditional Biblical teachings. It observes its own annual seasons and rituals such as Water Ceremony and Flower Communion. It prefers child dedications in lieu of baptisms and organizes special Coming Of Age ceremonies for teenagers, which are preceded by educational sessions. It also hosts concerts that feature Mariachi bands and Celtic musicians.
  • First Baptist Church of Omaha

    421 Park Avenue Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 345 5009
    First Baptist Church of Omaha is situated in the heart of the city and is actively involved in the propagation of the gospel and alleviation of poverty in the city. Here, young and old can join various ministries and teams such as Local and World Missions, Youth and Young Adults, Evangelism and Community Outreach and Children's Ministry. It believes that being part of one of these groups facilitates personal as well as community development. It also manages the American Karen Baptist Church that holds congregations of Myanmar refugees. Check its website for a detailed schedule of events.
  • Christ the King Parish

    654 S 86th Street Omaha, NE 68114 United States - Phone: +1 402 391 3606
    Located in close proximity to the city center, Christ the King Parish serves the religious and spiritual needs of the community in central Omaha. Beyond just being a place of worship, the church is at the heart of community life, with numerous programs and events to bring people closer. The church occupies an expansive modern space that is also available for weddings and other events. Call for more information.
  • Saint Cecilia Cathedral

    701 North 40th Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 551 2313
    Built in 1959, the imposing Saint Cecilia Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals not just in the city, but also the country. But size is not its only talking point. Built in the Spanish Revival style, the church features striking architectural details. The interiors are no less extravagant with beautiful paintings, frescoes and sculptures. The modern organ remains central to the church's varied musical program. Check website for more.
  • Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church

    2650 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 United States - Phone: +1 402 341 7761
    With a history that dates back to 1858, Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church is regarded to be one of the earliest Lutheran congregations in the region. The current building is the third to be occupied by the church, and was constructed in 1906. The building features an ornate bell tower and striking architectural details. Other prominent features of the church include the historic bell and the brilliant stained-glass windows. Check website for more information.
  • Temple Israel

    13111 Sterling Ridge Drive Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 556 6536
    With a history that dates back to 1871, Temple Israel is one of the oldest Jewish congregations in the state. The synagogue occupies an expansive space in West Omaha to support the area's large congregation. With numerous community programs and social events throughout the year, the synagogue aims to bring the community closer. Call ahead for more information.
  • Trinity Cathedral

    113 North 18th Street Omaha, NE 68102 United States - Phone: +1 402 342 7010
    Built in 1880, Trinity Cathedral is one of the city's oldest churches. Designed in the Late Gothic Revival style, the church is a treat for architecture enthusiasts. Notable features include the imposing tower as well as the stunning stained-glass windows. For those keen on knowing more, the church operates a museum on the second floor that preserves its historical legacy. Check website for worship times, visiting and more information.
  • Beth Israel Synagogue

    12604 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 556 6288
    Beth Israel Synagogue serves the spiritual and religious needs of the Jewish community in West Omaha. Besides worship services, the synagogue conducts numerous program for community engagement. There are a host of educational as well as social events throughout the year to bring the community closer. Check website for more details.
  • Christ Community Church

    404 South 108 Avenue Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 3360
    Christ Community Church was founded in 1921, and then known as the Omaha Gospel Tabernacle. The non-denominational church operated from a humble location for several years before the needs of the growing congregation led them to move to their expansive current space at the Old Mill Business Park. Besides worship services, church actively engages with the community through its numerous programs as well as support groups. Check website for more.
  • Hindu Temple

    13010 Arbor Street Omaha, NE 68144 United States - Phone: +1 402 697 8546
    Hindu Temple was established in 1993 and is a prominent place of worship for the Hindu community in West Omaha and the surrounding areas. The pristine white temple building has heavy influences of Indian Temple Architecture prevalent in the historic temples of South India. Besides worship services, the temple organizes numerous events and spiritual discourses for the benefit of the community. Check website for more.
  • Omaha Bible Church

    7940 State Street Omaha, NE 68122 United States - Phone: +1 402 573 1897
    Omaha Bible Church serves the religious and spiritual needs of the community in North Omaha. Besides worship services, the church actively engages with the community through its age-specific ministries and programs. The numerous social events it conducts throughout the year help bring the community closer. Check website for worship times and more information.
  • Beth El Synagogue

    14506 California Street Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 492 8550
    Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Beth El is a place of worship, of learning and of community. Uniting people together, encouraging them to learn more about their faith, while engaging in service to the society are essential aspects of this egalitarian congregation. Services are held on Weekdays at 7am and 5.30pm; Friday at 6.30pm, Saturday at 9.30am and sunset and Sunday at 9am and 5.30pm. Shabbat at Beth El is a lively affair, accompanied by music, prayer and learning. The synagogue offers a variety of Shabbat services for varying age groups and a diverse congregation, so all may feel at home including Family Shabbat and Junior Shabbat services. For details on programs and events, visit the website.
  • Lifegate Church

    15555 West Dodge Road Omaha, NE 68154 United States - Phone: +1 402 330 5724
    Lifegate is both a place of worship and of community. Believing that worship is only a part of connecting with Christ, each member is encouraged to join a Life Group through which their spiritual growth and learning as well as sense of community is fostered. Offering a contemporary and modern way to worship, and music is an integral aspect of the service and a way to connect with God. Services are held at Saturday 6pm and Sunday at 9am and 10.45am. For details on events and programs visit the website.
  • West Omaha Baptist Church

    13931 South Plaza Omaha, NE 68137 United States - Phone: +1 402 934 5600
    Since 2011, West Omaha Baptist Church has been operating as an autonomous church. Sunday Service is held at 11am and 6pm and Wednesday Prayer and Bible study is at 6. Each service is an interactive, lively affair accompanied by Congregational music, preaching of the Gospel and sermons. Visitor's can even meet the pastor on Sundays, during an informal Visitor Fellowship. With special Youth service times, Children's Bible studies, outreach programs and more, the West Omaha Baptist Church seeks to involve the entire community from all ages to participate in some way. For details, visit the website.
  • Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple

    8283 North 34th Street Omaha, NE 68112 United States - Phone: +1 402 453 3406
    Located next to the Mormon Pioneer Cemetery and the visitor center, the Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple is the 104th Temple of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. This Temple is is a place of worship for the Mormon community built on a historically significant site where the early pioneers settled for a short period. The Temple is built on what is considered sacred ground for the community and is a beautiful building adding to the significance of the site, and the neighborhood. Besides regular sessions, the Church performs special ordinances and a Spanish session on second Saturdays. For details visit the website.