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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 Tropics Bar & Grill is one place to savor some yummy food. With a menu that has several sandwiches, salads, wraps and appetizers to its name, this place is surely treat for your taste buds. The barbecues here and the grilled food are especially popular favorites. The crowd here is very casual and the service very efficient. Apart from food, there is also karaoke and live entertainment for a nice evening. Call ahead to know more.
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.
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.
The Comfort Inn Southwest is perfectly located in the central
hub of Omaha and easily accessible to both Interstate 80 and Interstate 680. This Omaha hotel is close to area attractions like the Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha's Henry ...
No frills here. Reasonable prices and a strong South Central
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New guestrooms offer the cleanliness and features travelers come to
appreciate. Each room features a computer hook up, cable television and coffee maker. Additional amenities include a large desk, spacious bathroom and free local calling. Guests can help themselves ...