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Ok all you Omaha dwellers... Let's have names of some good (not too expensive) restaurants around town. Steakhouses, seafood, Mexican... it's all good. I'm dealing with a broken jaw at the moment and wires are supposed to come off just before we head out. I'm gonna be hungry!!!

 

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There us one place that is an Omaha Tradition and that is Johnny's. There are a number of "Johnny's" but only one original. You really get the old time feel in this chop house. Make a point to go if you can! http://www.johnnyscafe.com/

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I discovered Brother Sebastian years before the 2011 show, and will go again this year, too.

Every. Trip. To. Omaha.

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Agree with Pete -

 

Johnny's = GREAT Steaks!!! One of the Best I've ever had.

 

They even offer a Bar Stool that Clint Eastwood once occupied there.

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I hear Gorats is pretty good. Isn't that where Warren Buffett hosts his yearly company (I forget the name of it) meeting?

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I hear Gorats is pretty good. Isn't that where Warren Buffett hosts his yearly company (I forget the name of it) meeting?

The company is Berkshire-Hathaway and it is his favorite place to go for a burger at lunch. You may actually run into him there.

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What's the name of the restaurant with the cow on the roof? We`very been there once before and it was good.

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The cow on the roof is Anthony's. A good reasonably priced steakhouse. My wife has put together list of the best restaurants of all varieties that will be available at the convention for your dining pleasure.

 

Scott

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How about a really good Mexican place, I remember one east of the convention center that had over 50 tequilas on the wall, but forgot the name of the place. Anyone heard of the place?

 

thanks,

Marion

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you guys were right, a lot of good places to eat, the Mexican place is called La Mesa, great good and great Margaritas....

 

 

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