Travelodge Omaha

7101 Grover Street, I-80 & 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68106, United States
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South 24th street- Ghetto but interesting

by denver1982

Well, I have written before about how I think that Omaha is overall a nice place, some excellent aspects (cost of living, wages, health care, education) and negative aspects (filthy blue-collar looking in some areas) but here is a nice neighborhood in Omaha from when I lived there....
South 24th street from grover(3500S) to Q(5100S)...
There are alot of ethnic business along this area of south 24th primarily mexican and vietnamesse....this area has about 50 thrift stores that have interesting stuff "they claim they have more cheap dollar and thrift stores on 24th street then anywhere in the midwest".
They food along this strip is very fattening, but on every corner there is a cute mexican resturant with every thing made from scratch, the buildings are very interesting as well (most of the residents live in small apartments (mainly mexican, some central americans and some vietnamesse) but this area stays up late at night and gives you sense of culture probubly stronger than any midwestern city except Chicago and Milwaukee...

They have a really big mexican supermarket (like as big as a super targer almost) at the corner of 24th street and L next to walgreens

There is a place also on 33rd and L near the slaughterhouses (which originally brought tons of czechs and poles to omaha, now mexican and people from the less prosperous asian countries are moving in)
where you can see a movie for 50 cents and these are like new releases

Oh, the chinesse buffet at 36th and L is terrible dont go there, its all chicken Well, I lived at 32nd and X is Omaha which is close to 24th street and I use to get something to eat, see a movie and go to the thrift stores and look around, kind of ghetto I guess but Omaha (for the most part) is not full of arrogant, snobbish people like the other midwestern cities on the other side of board (Pittsburgh, Columbus)

Zio's Pizzeria

by punksta about Zio's Pizzeria

With at least two locations, they both have different atmospheres, but the same great food. The old market is more like an older style cafe/diner, with plenty of tables, while the W Center Road location is more crowded and less bright. Both are reasonably priced and you can get a single slice or an entire pie (plus calzones, too!) Pizza pizza pizza! If you're from the East Coast and are yearning for a small taste of home, this self-described New York style pizzeria is probably the closest thing you might find, and I consider it the best pizza in Omaha.

A "European/American Bistro"

by Rich62 about Prima 140 Bistro

A very nice restaurant in the western part of Omaha. The chefs obviously take a lot of pride in the preparation and presentation of their dishes. The tasty dessert pictured below...as I recall it was a sort of plum/cheesecake type of dessert. Anyway it was very good.

Fontenelle Forest

by hersheyplay

In flat, prairie Omaha, I was surprised to find this beautiful hilly forested nature park. There is a boardwalk about a mile into the forest, for easy hiking and even wheelchair accessibility. There are also many dirt trails for further exploring. Over Christmas, you can join in caroling on the boardwalk.

GERALD R. FORD BIRTHPLACE

by Rich62

THE 38TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WAS BORN IN OMAHA. A kiosk modeled after the original house's turret contains birth site information and presidential mementos. A colonnade and Rose Garden modeled after the White House's complete the site. It is handicapped acccessible.

This facility can be reserved for weddings. Daily hours 7:30 am - 9 pm. Admission is free.

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Address: 7101 Grover Street, I-80 & 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68106, United States