Food & Drink in Omaha

45% Off Drinks at The Den

The Den

Omaha

$20 $11

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

$10 for Sushi at Matsu Sushi

Matsu Sushi

Downtown

$20 $10

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

Half Off Coffee, Tea, and Brewing Accessories

LaRue Gift & Coffee Market

West Omaha

$20 $10

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

45% Off Alcoholic Beverages

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

Up to 49% Off 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

Up to 50% Off Soup, Salad, and Sandwiches

Old Market Signature Soup Shoppe

Historic Old Market

$45 $24

Pair Potato-Bacon and Beef Barley soup with a custom deli sandwich and a Greek or BLT salad

Pig & Finch Gastropub – 40% Off Upscale Pub Food

Pig & Finch Gastropub

South Central Omaha

$20 $12

Foodie meets folksy in gourmet bar bites such as foie gras, lamb burgers, and locally sourced oven-roasted farm hen

Up to 45% Off at Star Deli

Star Deli

Omaha

$20 $11

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

52% Off Tapas and Spanish Cuisine at Espana

Espana

Benson

$25 $12

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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

43% Off Gourmet Burgers and Beer at BrewBurgers

BrewBurgers

South Central Omaha

$14 $8

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

45% Off Seasonal Cuisine at Harvest

Harvest

West Omaha

$20 $11

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Seasonal cuisine paired with more than 60 wines from Napa Valley

45% Off Asian Cuisine at Taste of Asia

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

44% Off Cajun Food at Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen

Jazz, a Louisiana Kitchen

Omaha

$47.98 $29

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

40% for Vietnamese Food at Saigon Surface

Saigon Surface

Downtown Omaha

$20 $12

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

50% Off at Capitol Lounge and Supper Club

Capitol Lounge and Supper Club

Downtown Northeast

$20 $10

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

Up to 49% Off American Food at Shirley's Diner

Shirley's Diner

Millard

$20 $11

(20)

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

50% Off Local Produce at Cream of the Crop

Cream of the Crop

76 Cass Court Lot

$10 $5

Roadside stand vends freshly picked produce from area farm as well as locally produced goods

50% Off at Smej's Snacks and More

Smej's Snacks and More

Northwest Omaha

$10 $5

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

47% Off Pizzeria Cuisine at Pizza Shoppe Collective

Pizza Shoppe

Benson

$15 $8

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

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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
Omaha,
NE
US

The kitchen artisans at Today Café boast a menu of culinary favorites while adding splashes of originality and international influence to their casual vittles. Initiate conversation about current events, sports, or quantum-physics trivia over a large basket of zesty falafel balls, sidekicked by a posse of naan bread and vibrant veggies ($6.95). Longings for meaty sustenance can be immediately quashed with hand-pressed burger selections, such as a juicy patty melt with grilled onions nestled between crisp slices of toast ($8.95). Tempting to both old men and the sea, the café’s fish tacos highlight beer-battered tilapia in grilled corn tortillas, accented by a pile of pico de gallo, cabbage, and white sauce ($8.95). Sate breakfasty cravings by venturing in on Sundays for a brunch selection of fruit, pancakes, cooked-to-order eggs, and other hybrid meal delights ($11.95).

6109 Maple St
Omaha,
NE
US

Legacy Gyros' kings of the kitchen sling a sizzling selection of hearty Hellenic comestibles. Diners can ease into appetite appeasement with flame-nuzzled saganaki and pita chips ($6.99) or a plate of spanakopita with creamy tzatziki sauce ($3.49). Graze on a Greek salad, a bustling agora of lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, olives, and feta cheese, or ostracize the lettuce while retaining the rest with the Athenian version (both $4.99/small, $6.49/large). The signature gyro piles succulent lamb ($5.99) or chicken ($6.99) atop a choice of rice, pita, or lavash flatbread wrap, and the Gyros Supreme magnifies munchability with a slew of grilled onions, mushrooms, cheese, and peppers ($6.99/lamb, $7.99/chicken). Achieve entree eudemonia with a chef’s specialty such as moussaka, a layered blend of eggplant, potatoes, and ground beef, or dolmades, a garden of grape leaves stuffed with ground beef, rice, and herbs ($8.99 each). Even wholly sated stomachs should leave room for honey-infused baklava, the traditional Greek dessert that sealed victory for the Spartans at the legendary Bake Sale of Thermopylae ($2.49).

16920 Wright Plz
Omaha,
NE
US

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
Omaha,
NE
US

This locally owned, Hollywood-themed eatery boasts an all-star cast of belly fillers named after classic films such as The Godfather, Rocky, and Steven Spielberg's early all-kitten rendition of Un Chien Andalou. Star City is known for its steamed hoagies, ranging from the Little Miss Sunshine's heartwarming pairing of ham and swiss ($5.50 for a whole) to the deluxe Top Gun's action-packed layers of ham, turkey, bacon, provolone, and power balladry ($6.50 for a whole). If your stomach grumbles with Fellini-esque machismo, play the director and hand-pick the bread, meat, cheese, and veggie players in your epicurean ensemble ($5.50–$6.50 for a whole customized hoagie). Round out your repast by adding a homemade side of potato salad, coleslaw, or soup ($1.95 each) to your personal craft-services platter.

1319 S 50th St
Omaha,
NE
US

Burger Guy dishes up a mouthwatering menu of tasty grill fare from within the historic Louis Bar and Grill. Diners can enjoy all-beef bashes with one of Burger Guy’s eponymous patties, such as the half-pound, no-frills american classic cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato, and pickle ($6.95) or 1-pound Louis burger ($7.95), which waltzes from the kitchen smothered in american and swiss cheeses with a dollop of mayo. Or, patrons can opt for the Home Wrecker, a 14-inch, all-beef hot dog thoroughly doused in a choice of sauerkraut, chili, onion, mustard, and relish ($6.95), whose jumbo size ensures it can be used as a sledgehammer for home-remodeling projects. Patrons can also get appetites off to running starts with orders of jalapeño poppers ($5.50) or 12 hot wings ($6.99), sourced from farm-raised hots and served with a choice of two sauces.

5702 NW Radial Hwy
Omaha,
NE
US