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Omaha’s 2013 Restaurant Week

Omaha is displaying more and more how it can rival big cities like New York and Nashville. With so many activities to engage in, it is truly one of the best cities to have an absolute great time. And just when you think attractions in Omaha can’t get any better, they present restaurant week for you to enjoy some of the finest cuisine known to man. From September 13 to 22, 2013 you can experience just how amazing the food is in the great city.

Omaha Restaurant Week
by Robert Young

What Local Residents and Visitors Can Expect

For $20, $30, and $40 you can enjoy three course meals that would normally cost more. The prices do not include taxes and gratuity. With so many restaurants participating in Omaha’s restaurant week, local residents and visitors will have a delightful experience with the great food being offered in Omaha. The best thing is there are no passes, tickets, or coupons needed to enjoy all of the great taste of Omaha. You can go to as many restaurants as you please during this time. Although reservations are not required, it may be best to reserve times to go to restaurants as many people will be vying to take advantage of restaurant week.

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Restaurants Participating in Restaurant Week

There are a variety of cultural cuisines being represented during Omaha’s restaurant. You can take a trip around the world through the delicious dining experience each restaurant offers. Restaurants participating in Omaha’s restaurant week are:

360 Steakhouse, 7M Grill, Anthony’s Steakhouse, Baby Blue Sushi Sake Grill (Shops of Legacy), Benson Brewery, Black Oak Grill, Blatt Beer & Table, Blue Sushi Sake Grill (Grayhawk Pointe), Blue Sushi Sake Grill (Old Market), Boiler Room Restaurant, Bistro and Wine Bar, Caniglia’s Venice Inn, Cantina Laredo, Nosh Wine Lounge, O Dining & Lounge, Pasta Amore, Piccolo’s Steaks & Cocktails, Plank Seafood Provisions, Railcar Modern American Kitchen, Ryan’s Bistro, Salt 88, Shucks Fish House and Oyster Bar (Downtown), Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops, Stokes Grill & Bar (Old Market), CAPiTOL Restaurant, CRAVE, Dante Ristorante Pizzeria, Dolce, Gorat’s Steak House, J. Coco, Jack Binion’s Steak House, Jackson Street Tavern, Jones Bros Cupcakes, Lazlo’s Brewery & Grill, Le Voltaire, Lot 2 Restaurant & Wine Bar, Louie’s Wine Dive, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Taita, The Flatiron Cafe, The Grey Plume, Tussey’s Casual Grill, Twisted, Cork Bistro, Twisted Fork Grill & Saloon, Upstream Brewing Company, V. Mertz, Wave Bistro, ZIN Room, Zurlo’s Bistro Italiano

Omaha’s restaurant week will be a great time for local residents and visitors to enjoy the greatness of Omaha’s cuisine, support local businesses and give to a good cause. Five percent of all multi-course meals will be donated to the Food Bank for the Heartland. So as you see with Omaha’s restaurant week, everyone wins!

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