2001 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68102 +1 402 345 4849(Box Office)
One of the oldest standing palaces of the city, Rose Theater is a well-crafted classical building with Mediterranean style murals and balconies. The building has a longstanding history of hosting theater performances, concerts and was also used as a film studio, until it was acquired by the Omaha Theater Company. The theater, today, hosts series of performances ranging from dance shows, ballet, stage shows and also can be rented out for various events. The building comprises a lavish main stage theater, grand lobby and several theaters dedicated to Hitchcock and other film personalities. A place where you can find series of activities held under one roof, visit their website for more information.
3201 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 +1 402 346 6900/+1 402 342 4970(Box Office)
The Marcus Midtown Cinema located on the Farnam street is a state-of-the-art multiplex with five screens and an entertainment center. These screens are digitally and technically equipped to showcase popular Hollywood movies and also provides VIP facilities for its guests. Here you can avail of the Cinedine facility of the cinema, where you can order food from the in-house restaurant and dine while watching the movie or simply, enjoy the movies the traditional way. The lounge and bar facility inside the theater serves to be a perfect hangout place before or after the movie. A nice place to catchup on latest blockbusters and indulge in some leisure activities. Call or visit their website for more information.
6001 Dodge Street University of Nebraska at Omaha Omaha, NE 68182 +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.
7440 Crown Point Avenue (between N 72nd and N 73rd Streets) Omaha, NE 68134 +1 402 884 9740
With multiple screens, and stadium seating you can expect the best at Great Escape. Extra features include: rocking chair love seats, digital sound, party room, and two ticketing kiosks for easy pickup of internet tickets. Make sure to order some popcorn and soda to complete the experience.
7215 Blondo Street Omaha, NE 68134 +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.
302 South 36th Street Suite 800 Omaha, NE 68106 +1 402 554 9600
This midtown arena/coliseum is home to the Omaha Lancers, a U.S. Hockey League favorite; Septemberfest: A Salute to Labor; the Douglas County Fair; River City Roundup and many other yearly events. It is also the centerpiece of the kingdom of Quivera, a mythical land that serves as a philanthropic organization for various civic groups. The annual crowning of king and queen is one of the social events of the season. The auditorium features seating on four levels with a large stage at one end. Refreshment stands and a Keno lounge are also on the grounds.
614 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68124 +1 402 502 4910
The Brigit Saint Brigit Theatre Company (BSB) is the only company in the area that dedicates itself to professional-level production of the classics. From Greek tragedy to contemporary pieces, Brigit St. Brigit draws its name from one of three patron saints of Ireland. Past productions include Medea, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, A Streetcar Named Desire and Equus. One Irish classic is included in the schedule each year.
Considered Omaha's last surviving neighborhood theater, the Dundee marches to a beat of its own. The single screen brings back fond memories of early movie houses, but do not worry, concessions and seating offer more modern conveniences. The films shown here usually deviate from traditional. This theater is known for edgier films and independents that do not usually hit the city's other screens.
2828 South 82nd Avenue Omaha, NE 68124 +1 402 827 3456/+1 402 397 9684
Catch the latest box office favorite at Omaha's first cineplex, run by Douglas Theatres Company. Fortunately, all eight theaters in the building have been remodeled to include modern movie systems and comfort. Stadium-style seating ensures there is not a bad seat in the house. The top drawing movie usually plays in the main theater, which features more than 600 seats and the largest screen. This place opens at 3.45pm from Monday to Friday and at 11.45am from Saturday to Sunday.
5007 Underwood Avenue Omaha, NE 68132 +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.
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