Food & Drink in Omaha

$11 for $20 Worth of Beer and Cocktails at The Den

The Den


$20 $11

Blue Moon, Guinness, and Woodchuck on-tap, along with proprietary vodka drink served in bar filled with games

$10 for $20 Worth of Sushi at Matsu Sushi

Matsu Sushi


$20 $10


Extensive sushi menu features inventive house seafood and vegetarian maki or fresh, delicate slices of nigiri

Moroccan Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Marrakech Restaurant (Up to 49% Off). Four Options Available.

Marrakech Restaurant

Gifford Park

$20 $11


Entrees such as veggie and lamb tagine cooked in a clay pot and chicken and shrimp curry, plus wraps and paninis

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Alcoholic Beverages at Impulse Bar (45% Off)

Impulse Bar

West Omaha

$20 $11

The bar offers craft cocktails such as the Strawberry Shortcake, which consists of strawberry rum, strawberry puree, and cake vodka

Contemporary American Cuisine at V. Mertz (Up to $200 Off Your Bill)

V. Mertz


$100 $50


Seasonal, American-style entrees, such as roasted duck breast and pepper steak in brandy-peppercorn sauce

American Food at Shirley's Diner (Up to 49% Off). Four Options Available.

Shirley's Diner


$20 $11


Heaping breakfasts such as Texas-style french toast and pork chops and eggs served alongside sandwiches and dinner plates in 50s-style diner

Large Sub Tray with Cookies for Up to 15 or $20 Worth of Cuisine at Mr. Goodcents Subs and Pastas in West Omaha

Mr. Goodcents

West Omaha

$20 $11

Hot and cold subs with roast beef, turkey, and veggies, plus pastas and soups, delight taste buds at popular eatery

$22 for $40 Worth of French Dinner Fare and Wine at Le Voltaire Restaurant

Le Voltaire French Restaurant

West Omaha

$40 $22


Casual bistro serves up French classics from coq au vin to crème brûlée

$11 for $20 Worth of Café Food at Star Deli

Star Deli


$20 $11


Diners eat cubano and hummus sandwiches, homemade french-onion soup, and caprese salads among the deli's artwork gallery

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of Tapas and Spanish Cuisine at Espana (52% Off)



$25 $12


More than 40 hot and cold small plates pair with family-style paella dishes in a restaurant filled with the sound of a Spanish guitar

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Gourmet Burgers and Beer at BrewBurgers (43% Off)


South Central Omaha

$14 $8


Chef Menard smokes and brines beef brisket and hand-forms Angus beef, bison, and lamb patties, pairing them with more than 40 craft beers

Seasonal Cuisine for Two or More or Four or More People at Harvest (45% Off)


West Omaha

$20 $11


Seasonal cuisine paired with more than 60 wines from Napa Valley

Asian Cuisine at Taste of Asia (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Taste of Asia

Central Omaha

$20 $11

Traditional Asian dishes hail from all parts of the continent; perennial favorites include the pho soup and pad thai

Cajun Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four at Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen (44% Off)

Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen


$47.98 $29


Eatery offers Louisiana-style dishes such as crawfish etouffée, shrimp po'boys, and blackened catfish with dirty rice

$14 for $20 Worth of Diner Food for Takeout at Garden Cafe

Garden Cafe


$20 $14


All-day breakfast dishes, classic sandwiches, burgers, and pasta go home with customers for hearty family meals or outdoor picnics

$12 for $20 Worth of Vietnamese Food at Saigon Surface

Saigon Surface

Downtown Omaha

$20 $12


A Saigon native cooks up vermicelli bowls with wild prawns, oxtail pho with brisket, and grilled pork in a modern, lounge-like environment

VIP Service, Private Event, or Upscale Cocktails at Capitol Lounge and Supper Club (50% Off)

Capitol Lounge and Supper Club

Downtown Northeast

$20 $10


Dance-centric bar with DJs VIP table service serves upscale cocktails

$65 for Blur Parties Omaha Hospitality Tailgate During College Baseball Championship ($100 Value)

Blur Parties Omaha

The 9ines parking lot

$100 $65

Cheer on your favorite team at an outdoor tailgate with drinks, tailgate fare for lunch and dinner, HD TVs, music, and more

Blues Society of Omaha: Blues Cruise Reunion at River City Star Landing on August 17 (Up to 50% Off)

Blues Society of Omaha: Blues Cruise Reunion

River City Star Landing

$30 $15


Sean Chambers Band, Dan Treanor's Afrosippi Band, and The Honeyboy Turner Band play live blues sets aboard an anchored luxury riverboat

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The first time Dan Pool bit into the freshly baked bread of a Gandolfo's New York Delicatessen sandwich, he loved it. In fact, he loved it so much that he bought the small New York City eatery and immediately began expanding it into a string of shops across the country. Today, these locations stay true to Gandolfo's original spirit with a menu of Big Apple classics, including Reuben sandwiches, Nathan's Famous all-beef hot dogs, and the dense, chewy bagels New Yorkers traditionally lob at passing cabs. The staff also stacks chicken-breast sandwiches on hero rolls and assembles nine different types of roast-beef sandwiches.

11901 Pacific St

The doors to Loft 610 swung open for the first time this past May, inviting curious guests to explore an interior of dimly lit urban panache and a menu of inventive American favorites. The focused lunch list is elegant yet unpretentious, like a queen on a unicycle. Commence to feed with refreshing starters such as the watermelon-and-feta salad with mint and lemon ($8). The brie-and-grape baguette sandwich with rosemary mayo offers PB&J purists a baby step to sophistication ($9), while finely crafted entrees such as penne with salmon, fresh peas, white wine cream sauce, and fresh parsley appease tongues that naturally grip in the shape of a cylinder ($13). The dinner marquee swaps hickory barbecue bites ($10–$15) for appetizers such as grilled squid with arugula, chorizo, and slow-baked cherry tomatoes ($8) and entrees fit for full-fledged foodies such as the pistachio-crusted rack of lamb, served with barley risotto, spinach, tomatoes, pecorino, and salsa verde ($36).

220 South 31st Avenue

At Baja Fresh, spice-yearning patrons can swing by to sample comforting casual fare without the hassle of building a catapult powerful enough to reach Mexico. Grab a burrito or taco served inside the stuffed blanket of a tortilla, or get a bowlful of delectable insides with the shell-less version—or a combination of both. The meats that make up each meal are never frozen and are all natural and hormone free. Optional ingredients to lay the groundwork for handheld feasts include fire-grilled or charbroiled chicken and steak, slow-roasted pork carnitas, beans and cheese, and specialty seafood options; a vegetarian-friendly version includes peppers, chilies, and onions layered with freshly simmered beans, cheese, and pico de gallo.

2523 S 140th Ave

Dixie Quick's: A User's Guide

Cajun and Tex-Mex | Housemade Southern Sides | Onsite Art Gallery | Weekend Brunch

Sample Menu

  • Brunch: french toast covered in chocolate syrup, banana slices, nuts, and whipped cream
  • Lunch or Dinner: chicken fried steak
  • Sides: grits or housemade cornbread

When to Go: Come by any day but Monday, when the restaurant is closed. Also, don't show up expecting dinner on Sunday, when the restaurant only serves brunch.

Inside Tips

  • Make reservations. Space is limited, so consider calling ahead. If you want to sit on the patio, however, don’t bother ringing them up beforehand—Dixie Quick's doesn't set aside tables there.
  • Accept the temporal nature of all things. The chefs shop for fresh ingredients every day, which means your favorite dish might be absent from future menus.

Praise: When Guy Fieri visited Dixie Quick's for his show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, he said their Texas Chile Pepper Steak was ''one of the best pepper steaks [he’s] ever had.''

The Vibe: Like the rotating menu, much of Dixie Quick’s decor changes by the day, including the giant chalkboard that lists that day's food. The colorful chalk script also covers the host's station in ever-changing designs. As for enduring elements, exposed brick and plaster walls surround the dining room, and large black-and-white photographs hang on display, lending the space a modern, arty vibe.

Who's Cooking: Owner Rene Orduna's food is a reflection of his life. While growing up, Chef Orduna learned the ins and outs of the kitchen by working at his family's Mexican restaurant. Once he was old enough, he set off to travel the world. What he brought back home—and ultimately to Dixie Quick's—was a blend of flavors inspired by Southern, Cajun, and Tex-Mex cuisines.

While You're in the Neighborhood
Before or After: See the photography, paintings, and other works of nonedible art at The RNG Gallery (1915 Leavenworth Street), which shares its address—and entrance—with Dixie Quick's.

If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Get your homestyle fix at Duncan's Cafe (501 S. Main Street), which serves up a slew of breakfast and lunch favorites, including hash browns and pan-fried chicken.

1915 Leavenworth St

Growing up in a region of Morocco known for its spice blends, Moussa Drissi first started cooking (with the help of his mother and sisters) at age 11. By 16, he was working with a restaurateur uncle, heading into nearby forests to gather fresh thyme, mint, and sage. He mastered both Moroccan and Northern Italian cuisine before coming to the United States in 1999, where he honed his restaurant chops and worked in catering with Oprah's former personal chef, Art Smith.

Drissi wants to introduce his guests to the hallmarks of Mediterranean cuisine: the saffron, cumin, and ginger, and the savory dishes spiked with apricots, dates, figs, and raisins. Everything's made from scratch in the kitchen, starting with the base components, such as preserved lemons, aged balsamic vinegar, and argan oil. Influences from around the Mediterranean combine with moroccan flavors; the kitchen slow cooks lamb, beef, and veggie tagines in clay pots, slice Black Angus steak thin for gyro platters, and grill salmon fillets with fresh herbs and crushed peppers. There's also a selection of wraps and paninis, including a Moroccan-style cheeseburger with marinated ground beef and a gyro pita wrap that yells "opa!" when you pick it up.

504 N 33rd St

Cuisine Type: Modern American

Established: 2013

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 11?25

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Date Night prix fixe menu

Kid-friendly: No

Alcohol: Full bar

Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Upscale ingredients such as American Kobe flat-iron steaks and Plum Creek Farms chicken fuel the feasts at Dolce. Add to those locally sourced produce, and you get the sort of seasonal dishes that have contributed to the restaurant being lauded on OpenTable, including receiving Diners' Choice honors for its contemporary American cuisine and romantic atmosphere. The artfully plated dishes on the date-night menu include margarita mussels, American Kobe ragu with house taglietelle, and yuzu-ginger cheesecake.

12317 W Maple Rd