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Choosing a restaurant in Greater Omaha is like ordering from a wonderfully extensive menu. The biggest challenge is simply deciding what you’re hungry for. Steak? Fresh seafood? Italian? Mexican? Indian? No matter your mood or cultural craving, we’re sure to have a place to suit your taste.

Perhaps you’d like to unwind with a honey rosemary filet mignon and a chocolate martini. We know just the spot to hit that spot—Granite City Food & Brewery. Or, say you’re up for some good home-cooking, maybe smothered pork chops with a side of fried green tomatoes and sweet potato cheesecake for dessert. We’d direct you to Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering, a favorite of both The Food Network and The Travel Channel. (Our “family“ of restaurants also includes Omaha-originals like Grandmother’s and Godfather’s Pizza.) Maybe you’re in the mood for a little Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen, the Blues (Blue Sushi Sake Grill or its sister restaurant Baby Blue) or authentic Mexican cuisine at El Dorado. How about Famous Dave’s or Dave & Buster’s? Valentino’s or Vincenzo’s? Ted’s Nebraska Grill or the Texas Roadhouse? Or, go against the current to the Upstream Brewing Company.

And, forget about needing a passport to experience the tastes of the world. All you really need are directions to Passport Restaurant (which offers global cuisine), The Jaipur or Bohemian Café.

Head to Midtown Crossing at Turner Park and you could do breakfast at ingredient, lunch at Blanc Burgers + Bottles, drinks at Parliament Pub, dinner at Crave or Cantina Laredo and dessert at Delice European Bakery and Café—all without ever moving your car. And, for that super efficient date or family night, it’s dinner and a movie all-in-one at the development’s Marcus Midtown Cinema featuring the CineDine experience.

Greater Omaha: a veritable dining dynasty. Just think, you could try a different restaurant for dinner every night, and it would take about three years before you had to start the rotation over again!

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