Omaha Restaurant Week

A few days remain in the first Omaha Restaurant Week, September 16-25. It is a celebration of the Omaha metro’s unique, exciting culinary scene. Participating restaurants will offer a multi-course dinner for the fixed price of $19 or $29 or $39. Patrons may select from appetizers, entrées and desserts from a special multi-course menu that is unique to each restaurant.  The best part: Coupons or tickets aren’t needed. The regular menu is also offered during the promotion; and not everyone has to order the prix fixe menu. Grab some friends, make reservations and support our local restaurants. Check omaharestaurantweek.com for menus and more information. Here is a final list of participating restaurants.

360 Steakhouse, 801 Chophouse, Anthony’s Steakhouse, Baja Grill, Blanc Burgers + Bottles, Blue Agave, Caniglia’s Venice Inn, Cantina Laredo, CRAVE, Dante Pizzaria Napoletana, Jack Binion’s Steak House, Jackson Street Tavern, La Casa Pizzeria, Liberty Tavern, Loft 610, Omaha Prime, Passport Restaurant, Piccolo’s Steaks & Cocktails, Rick’s Cafe Boatyard, Rock Bottom, Ryan’s Bistro, Signatures, Spaghetti Works Old Market, Spaghetti Works Ralston, Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops, Stokes Grill & Bar Miracle Hills, Stokes Grill & Bar Old Market, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Taste, Texas Roadhouse, The Grey Plume, Trini’s , Tussey’s Casual Grill, Twisted Fork Grill and Bar, and Zurlo’s Bistro Italiano.

Dine Out For No Kid Hungry

If you desire a more casual restaurant experience to raise money for a good cause, support Share Our Strength’s Dine Out For No Kid Hungry. It ends September 24 and includes restaurants like Buffalo Wild Wings, Kona Grill, Fazoli’s, Denny’s and local spot Jackson Street Tavern. Check strength.org for more restaurants and information.


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