It has been a while since I did a post on restaurants. Here is a list of where to eat in Omaha Nebraska from Steve Carter by way of Stan Garfield. It looks like my kind of places. I have only been to Omaha once to do some work for a client on their call centers. I will have to figure how to get back there.
Farmhouse Café - A great breakfast with cinnamon rolls the size of small children. Excellent omelets. It is located at 3461 S. 84th St. (402) 393-0640
Bohemian Café - A place for a hearty meal, lunch or dinner. Dumplings, kraut, goulash, great rye bread. “Serving mouth watering authentic European dishes since 1924, the Bohemian Café is a cornerstone in the South Omaha community.” 1406 13th St, (402) 393-0640
Howards Charro Café - Excellent enchiladas and tamales. My Travel Guide said, “Located near a number of Omaha attractions, including Henry Doorly Zoo and Rosenblatt Stadium, this restaurant offers authentic Mexican food at affordable prices (entrees range from $7-$9). With an atmosphere both casual and festively ethnic, this restaurant promises to be an excellent choice for a variety of dining occasions. Homemade taco shells and tortilla chips turn the everyday a la carte into a specialty item. On Friday and Saturday, guests enjoy the live music of Howard's own mariachi band.” It is located at 4443 13th St. South Omaha (402) 731-3776
Joe Tess “began as a neighborhood tavern in the 1930s. The main attraction became the Famous Fish Sandwich itself. Cut carp portions were fried in a skillet, placed in a cookie jar and sold for 15 cents. Ever since, the humble carp has been the driving force behind Joe Tess Place.” 5424 S. 24th St. (402) 733-4658