Food & Drink in Omaha

$8 for $20 Worth of Beer and Cocktails at The Den

The Den

Omaha

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

$20 $8

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

Impulse Bar

West Omaha

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

$20 $11

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$12 for $20 Worth of Coffee and Accessories at LaRue Gift & Coffee Market

LaRue Gift & Coffee Market

West Omaha

Coffee roasted daily, brewing equipment and accessories, and licensed, Huskers-themed coffee varieties

$20 $12

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Date-Night or Chef's Tasting Menu Dinner for Two at Dolce (Up to 39% Off). Reservation Through Groupon Required.

Dolce

Northwest Omaha

Menus feature sumptuous dishes like American kobe steak, pan-seared salmon, and duck confit

$58 $39

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$8 for $15 Worth of Pizzeria Cuisine for Two or More at Pizza Shoppe Collective

Pizza Shoppe

Benson

Bite into slices of the shop’s pizzas, topped with meats and fresh veggies on a signature crust; shoppe showcases local acts and nonprofits

$15 $8

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$11 for $20 Worth of Food and Drink at Grant Street Bar & Grill

Grant Street Bar & Grill

Omaha

Customers enjoy classic sports-bar food while playing games such as pool, darts, trivia, and poker, and sports play on the big-screen TVs

$20 $11

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Cleaning and Household Supplies at The Cleaning Mart (45% Off)

The Cleaning Mart

South Central Omaha

Cleaning superstore stocks huge selection of cleaning and househlold supplies in bulk, from facial tissues to trash bags and deodorizers

$20 $11

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

Garden Cafe

Omaha

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

$20 $14

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Thai Food for Lunch or Dinner at Taste of Thailand (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Taste of Thailand

Omaha

More than 100 different Thai dishes including pad thai, curry, pan-fried catfish, and soup served in a volcano pot

$20 $11

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Tiki-Style Meal with Appetizers and Beers for Two or Four at Firewater Grille (46% Off)

Firewater Grille

South Central Omaha

Entrees include Corona-battered fish ‘n’ chips, Kona barbecue burgers, and seafood pasta; meals include beer

$40.91 $22

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

Star Deli

Omaha

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

$20 $11

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

Marrakech Restaurant

Gifford Park

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

$20 $11

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

Harvest

West Omaha

Seasonal cuisine paired with more than 60 wines from Napa Valley

$20 $11

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Snacks at Smej's Snacks and More ($30 Total Value)

Smej's Snacks and More

Northwest Omaha

Owner Marty Rosenstein's snack stop sells various candies, chips, and drinks, including Zagnut bars, Mountain Dew, and Jolly Ranchers

$10 $5

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$17 for $30 Worth of Modern Indian Food and Drinks at Tanduri Fusion

Tanduri Fusion

West Omaha

After marinating in yogurt and spices, chicken and shrimp bake in tandoori ovens, then arrive at tables alongside roasted lamb and curries

$30 $17

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Punch Card Good for 5, 10, or 20 Coffees and 5, 10, or 20 Baked Goods at Cuppycakes (Up to 53% Off)

Cuppycakes

Multiple Locations

Coffee complements made-to-order cupcakes in variety of flavors such as spiced chai and almond-studded vanilla with pistachio frosting

$40 $25

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$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Matsu Sushi

Matsu Sushi

Downtown

Extensive sushi menu features inventive house seafood and vegetarian maki and delicate slices of nigiri; Japanese dishes such as donburi

$20 $12

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

Saigon Surface

Downtown Omaha

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

$20 $12

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Mexican Food and Drinks at El Alamo (Up to 68% Off). Two Options Available.

El Alamo

CPL Inc

Burritos filled with spicy sausage, enchiladas smothered in cheese, and other Mexican specialties

$20 $8

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The Tea Smith owner Tim Smith searches out loose-leaf teas from all over the world—and he says he has to consciously limit himself as he fills the shops' stock of about 150 teas. But it wasn't long ago that Tim didn't even like tea. "I thought tea was brown water and a bag," he confesses.

It took a gift for his wife to change that. "I was traveling for business, it was around Valentine's day, and I was married long enough to know that you don't come home empty-handed," he says. So he bought her some loose-leaf tea and the right accessories to brew it. "She made me try it, and it was surprising," he says. "It was not that stuff in a bag. It had some character and some taste to it."

He began researching, and realized that tea—already the world’s most widely consumed beverage after water—was experiencing a resurgence in the United States. While many tea spots have British or Japanese themes, Tim decided to open a tea shops with a "comfortable contemporary" vibe, where people could enjoy hot, iced, and bubble teas with friends. For at-home brewing, visitors can shop for classic teas such as Earl Grey, sample more unusual flavors such as the “Iron Goddess of Mercy” (an oolong), or browse seasonal blends such as pumpkin spice, cranberry cream, and fireside chat. The shops also stocks travel tea mugs, teapots equipped with infuser baskets, and unglazed Chinese YiXing clay pots that enhance the tea’s flavor.

Tim knows that many people who walk into the shop are unfamiliar with loose-leaf tea and may not be sure what they'll like—which is why he only hires tea enthusiasts. "Part of their training is to come in and drink each of the teas, and make notes on the flavor profiles," he says. That way, the staff can recommend blends suited to each customer's palate, rather than having to analyze a Rorschach tea-blot test. In addition to events including an annual blending contest, they also run periodic Tea 101 sessions that introduce attendees to the "history, the myths, the legends, and the lore of tea," says Tim.

345 N 78th St
Omaha,
NE
US

When the Bluejays take the court, you can expect to see a sea of bright blue shirts at the Sam & Louie's at the corner of 24th and Cuming in Omaha. The location has been one of Creighton University's homes away from home since it opened in 1994, but its welcoming atmosphere is found at each of the eatery's 24 locations. There, friends and families bond over great conversation and an eclectic mix of casual cuisine from a menu inspired by traditional New York–style pizzerias. Eighteen specialty pizzas are hand tossed into thin-crust pies before being decorated with more than 35 toppings such as creamy alfredo sauce, sliced Italian meatballs, and canadian bacon. In deference to those with special dietary needs, almost all of these specialty pizzas are available in gluten-free pizzas.

In addition to pizzas, cooks also craft their daily-made dough into calzones and strombolis, which ooze with mozzarella cheese and marinara sauce. The menu culminates in five third-pound Black Angus burgers, Italian hoagies, and eight types of pastas. In addition to hosting guests inside their welcoming pizzerias for both lunch and dinner, the cooks at Sam and Louie's also take their food on the road, offering catering services for events both large and not-so-large.

2062 N 117th Ave
Omaha,
NE
US

Eddie Morin has fond memories of swinging his feet in a B&G Tasty Foods booth as he and his dad shared the Bee Gee, the eatery's signature loose-meat sandwich. During college, Eddie would craft his own Bee Gees as a B&G cook, cementing his love for the venerable restaurant, an area staple since 1953. So it's no surprise that in 2009, when the then-owner of B&G Tasty Foods considered closing, Eddie volunteered to take over ownership.

Since then, Eddie and his crew have undertaken extensive renovations of the space, expanding the dining area and increasing seating by half. As an homage to the restaurant's birth year, they had the logo redesigned in a retro style, and red-framed '50s-era advertisements now line the sage-green walls. Five antique Schwinn Stingray bicycles perch above tables, so diners who bring their own xylophone mallets can tap out their favorite Big-Bopper hits on the spokes.

Though the team also streamlined and updated the menu—adding items such as salads and a vegan hot dog—they opted to retain the original Bee-Gee recipe, which has remained the same since 1953, when Eddie's father developed it. Breading made from ground cornflakes crisps up the Cheese Frenchee and Bee Gee Frenchee. In addition to these, there is also a unique frenchee featured each month. Past iterations have included Nutella and banana breaded with graham crackers as well as a Thanksgiving-Day special with turkey and cranberry sauce breaded in stuffing.

7900 W Dodge Rd
Omaha,
NE
US

Property Location
With a stay at Sheraton Omaha Hotel in Omaha (Northwest Omaha), you'll be convenient to Westroads Mall. This hotel is within the vicinity of University of Nebraska-Omaha and Fun-Plex.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 221 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-panel televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and complimentary weekday newspapers, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness facility. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Guests can get around on the complimentary shuttle, which operates within 5 mi.

Dining
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Sheraton Omaha Hotel. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.

655 N 108th Ave
Omaha,
NE
US

When drinking from a traditional Spanish porrón, diners must precariously funnel a stream of wine into their open mouths through a spout. Fortunately, at Espana, gracious staffers provide the daring drinkers with a glass of soda water to clean any spills from their shirts.

Porrón wine is only one of the Spanish traditions visitors encounter at the authentic Mediterranean restaurant, where more than 40 varieties of hot and cold tapas pair with pitchers of sangria amid the strains of a guitar. In the kitchen, chefs assemble exotic spices, fine meats, seafood, and vegetables onto small plates, drawing inspiration from generations-old Spanish recipes. They also prepare paella, a family-style rice dish that typically includes veggies, saffron, and meats. In 2009, an Omaha World-Herald writer lauded their paella a la tierra for its "earthy and rich, yet light and delicate" snails and "perfectly cooked" rice.

Out in the dining room, tapas plates speckle colorful red and yellow tables beneath the vivid abstract paintings that hang from sea-green walls. Each month, the dining-room stage hosts live cultural performances, which allow guests to enjoy Spanish guitarists, Spanish dance shows, and Spanish renditions of popular scenes from Good Will Hunting.

6064 Maple St
Omaha,
NE
US

At Blanc Burgers + Bottles, burger doesn?t just mean a basic grilled patty. In addition to American beef, there?s also hormone-free chicken, carnitas-style pork, and curried lentils among nearly 20 protein options. Chefs stuff or pile each with eclectic extras and housemade pickles. Hand-cut fries, beer-battered cheese curds and onion rings, and chicken wings marinated in housemade sauce make for marginally less elaborate sides. Though the options might seem overwhelming, servers with deep culinary knowledge acquired by sleeping on a copy of the menu every night are on hand to sort through them all.

Though the burgers take a wide-ranging, global approach to their flavor palettes, Blanc?s d?cor is decidedly space-age American. Stylized orange starbursts and flocks of bubbles decorate white walls around sleek furniture. Behind a long white counter recalling a luncheonette just opened in 1959, barkeepers pour wine, refreshing seasonal cocktails, and nearly 100 varieties of domestic, imported, and American craft brews, including steam beers, lagers, hop-rich IPAs, and specialty lambics. Even youngsters can hop on the craft-beverage bandwagon with more than 20 boutique sodas in flavors such as apple, blueberry, and pineapple, available with or without cocktail onions.

3157 Farnam Street
Omaha,
NE
US