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My dad drought me to the old Market as a teen and I’ve been in love with the area ever since. Cool specialty shops, hip bars & restaurants with a great local art scene. I lived in the market and throughly enjoyed it. Strolling around...More
The Old Market is a collection of shops and restaurants. Cobblestone streets and converted loft space. Parts of it almost have a New Orleans / French Quarter feel to it. Many Omaha icons of varying quality (but icons nonetheless) are still located here - Spaghetti...More
Not good for anyone who is unsteady on their feet. There’s a cobblestone street that’s pretty rough and also the sidewalks had not been cleared well after a big snow a couple weeks earlier, so the snow has been well compacted into ice. Lots of...More
Old market had a selection of any and everything to do and try. We walked around all the shops. Staff were so nice except for a wine place. They were rude and we left which was sad because we would have loved to buy wine...More
Before the show, we select a restaurant to have supper. Nicola's is a favorite! There is a restaurant for all tastes. Plenty of ethnic choices along with American standards. Mr. Toad's is our goto for a quiet drink after dinner.
My girlfriend and I are planning a short 4 day 3 night road trip from our home in Wisconsin through Iowa to Omaha to knock of two more states on our way to 50. Looking for any recommendations or must do's that we aren't already planning on doing. Dinner recommendations? We like state park/outdoor areas, architecture, & photography if that helps. Current Itinerary: Day 1: Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium Maquoketa Caves State Park Dinner at Zombie Burger Lab - Des Moines Sleep...More
March 28, 2017|
Hi Austin - RE Omaha - Don't miss Lauritzen Gardens. For two dines - Old Market area; Plank. For the other; Pitch Pizzaria for sure. Have a great trip!
Hotels near Dundee or Old Market that allow smoking? (1 Replies)
I know it's a filthy, disgusting habit. But I am traveling to Omaha this weekend and would like to stay in a decent hotel that would allow me to partake of my nasty vice while indoors. Any suggestions are appreciated!
January 14, 2010|
All NE restaurants are smoke-free indoors. Some of them sit up a smoking section outside in nice weather.
Gayville, South Dakota, United States
Birthday Weekend for 14 yr old (7 Replies)
Planning a weekend trip with my other half & 14 year old son. Going to see concert at Century Link Center on first night. Looking for suggestions other than the zoo to fill the weekend. Suggestions of local favorites welcome. Don't want to break the bank either. We all feel like we have seen the Old Market, so what else is there?
March 11, 2013|
Hi there ! Well my first thought is that when I was 14 I would have loved to visit the Strategic Air and Space museum in Ashland, NE just a short distance from Omaha on I-80. All manner of military aircraft and some rocketry are displayed indoors. Educational exhibits / movies. Most 14 year olds would probably find things like the Joslyn Art museum and the Durham Western Heritage Museum boring, I know I would have then but I like them now. Depending on when you are here - the Omaha...More