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Top Spots For Omaha Steak

Omaha has a long history with beef, specifically steak. In the 1940’s a company called “Omaha Steaks” partnered up with Union Pacific Railroad to serve Omaha Steaks on their train cars in Omaha, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. What makes these steaks special is the length of time they’re aged for and the flash freezing process used to preserve the peak moment when they are juiciest, most tender and most flavorful. Today, Omaha Steaks is distributed across the country by mail but what better place to experience it than in its homeland.

The Drover

2121 S 73rd St, Omaha – 11 mins

Experience the Midwest vibe at an authentic Omaha steakhouse. The Drover is know for their delicious whisky marinated steaks including: filet, sirloin, New York Strip, Ribeye and more. If you’re not a steak person they also offer a salad bar and an assortment of fish and burgers. Accompany your meal with a variety of wines, beers and other beverages. Lunch is served Mon-Fri 11am-2pm and dinner is served Mon-Fri 5pm-10pm, Sat 5pm-10:30pm and Sun 5pm-9pm. If you love whiskey and steak, this is definitely the place for you.

Omaha Prime

415 S. 11th Street, Omaha – 4 mins

Located in the heart of Downtown’s Old Market district, experience fine dining at Omaha’s only New York Style Chophouse. The building is 130 years old, completely renovated to create a unique and classy atmosphere. Enjoy filets, chops, seafood, appetizers, soup, salad and sides. Top it off with some creme brûlée and your favorite cocktail. Prices range from $9-$56, to see all the options, check out their menu. They’re open Mon-Sat 5pm-10pm and on Sundays during College World Series and private events.

Gorat’s

4917 Center St, Omaha – 8 mins

Founded in 1944, Gorat’s is an Omaha classic. It frequently hosts the “Oracle of Omaha”, Warren Buffet, who recommends the t-bone with hashbrowns. This steakhouse offers steaks, chops, seafood, sandwiches, Italian pasta dishes and desserts, ranging from $6-$45 so there are many options to choose from. Gorat’s also has live music on Friday and Saturday nights that you can enjoy while dining. They’re open Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Friday 11am-10pm and Saturday 5pm-10pm.

Mahogany

13665 California St, Omaha – 18 mins

At Mahogany, steak is the shining star. Having mastered marbling, texture and flavor, they present it sizzling on a heated plate to keep your meal hot. Their casual service provides a less intimidating fine dining experience. Enjoy Filet Mignon, Prime Ribeye, New York Strip, Prime Porterhouse and more. Pick from an assortment of seafood, appetizers, and chef favorites to complete your meal. Food ranges from $10-$64 and drinks by the glass range from $9-$24. Mahogany’s hours are Mon-Thurs 5pm-10pm, Friday & Saturday 5pm-11pm and bar hours start at 4pm.

Spencer’s

102 S 10th St, Omaha – 4 mins

Enjoy “prime” dining with legendary Omaha Chef, Glenn Wheeler. They offer prime steak, lamb, pork and veal chops along with seafood, pastas and desserts priced between $8-$64. Every weekend on Friday and Saturday Chef Wheeler creates a Prix-Fixe Menu to showcase skills of the culinary staff. In addition to the assortment of food they also offer fresh homemade desserts by pastry chef Derek Smith. They are open Mon-Sun 5pm-10pm and the Bar and Lounge is open Mon-Sat 4pm-11pm and Sunday 4pm-10pm.

Sullivan’s

222 S 15th St Ste 100, Omaha – 3 mins

Located on the ground floor of Central Park Plaza, Sullivan’s offers starters, soups and greens, bone-in cuts, house cut steaks, fresh seafood, sides and house-made dessert. You can find all the menu options here. The price ranges between $7-$60 for food and $13 for cocktails. The location provides a unique experience with classic interiors and live jazz music to entertain during your meal. They serve lunch Mon-Sun 11am-4pm and dinner Sun-Thurs 4pm-10pm and Friday & Saturday 4pm-11pm. This is great for taking a break in middle of the day or calming down after a long day of sightseeing the Historic District of Downtown Omaha.

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