People in Omaha love to eat.
This year, especially, the city has lots of new dining options to choose from, and new places keep opening. But we love food here enough that lots of old standbys are still among our favorites.
There are varied ethnic choices - Greek, Ethiopian, Czech, Cuban, Moroccan, Indian, Korean, Chinese - along with standards such as Italian, comfort food, gastropubs, Mexican and, of course, tons of beef. We've included a sampling of new and old for you to consider.
This list isn't comprehensive, and there are lots of other good places in Omaha that we didn't have room to mention. Think of this list as a jumping-off point to begin your own culinary adventure.
For a more comprehensive look at Omaha's food choices, visit omaha.com/dining.
New Gold Mountain
15505 Ruggles St.
This tiny hole in the wall in west Omaha is, unexpectedly, a great spot for dim sum, Chinese breakfast, and lots of other authentic Chinese dishes.