Category - Dining

In part one, we highlighted Omaha’s popular pumpkin patches and attractions. Now we’ve got even more fun ways to fill your trip itineraries with autumn joy this season. A slew of attractions celebrating the season, Halloween events, and tasty seasonal goodies will help you and your family find new fall traditions.

Fall Fun

As leaves begin to change colors in late September, Omaha quickly takes on a fall feel. Enjoy this change at a handful of outdoors-y attractions and events.

Immerse yourself in nature with a trip to Fontenelle Forest.

The humble food hall has gotten a facelift in Omaha.

In any one of Omaha’s four lively and distinctive food halls, diners can have their pick from an array of cuisines prepared and served up by local restaurants and eateries. The plentiful food options at each location help to guarantee that no one dining experience will be the same, giving foodies the feeling that they’re a kid in a candy store.

To help showcase this unique part of the city’s robust culinary scene, we’re tapping local foodies to eat their way through Omaha’s food halls. Who

It’s Flight Time in Omaha

Monday, August 9, 2021 4:00 PM by Erin O'Brien

Food and drink flights are the culinary experience du jour right now. Sure, beer and wine tasting flights have been a thing. (Fun fact: “flight” means "group of.") But now even more opportunities to sample a variety of what's good are popping up around the city. From sophisticated to the not-so flights of fancy, Omaha embraces the old adage that variety is the spice of life.

What is it that has us all excited about a selection of the same type of thing?

  • One, food enhances any experience–so it’s already got that going for it.
  • Two, a flight

Celebrate the man or father figure in your life by visiting and supporting one of Omaha's attractions or local restaurants. Whether your celebrant is a spirits, sporting, or foodie guy, there is an experience in Omaha to make the day (or weekend) memorable–and local spirits expert Jack Beguedou is here with ideas.

Jack is an Omaha resident, entrepreneur, and spirits and digital content expert who enjoys educating and engaging with the spirits-curious on his virtual platform the Hood Sommelier. In addition to serving as an advocate and community

The Reuben sandwich, arguably Omaha's most prized culinary contribution, readies for its annual day in the spotlight: National Reuben Sandwich Day is March 14.

How did the Reuben come to be? Here's a little refresher. During a late-night poker game at the Blackstone Hotel, a local grocer was asked to “ante up” and create a new dish. The ingredients he had on hand resulted in an American menu staple: two pieces of grilled marble rye bread stuffed with slow-cooked corned beef topped with sauerkraut, bubbly Swiss cheese, and creamy Russian or

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