Hi had a group of seniors on a tour in Omaha and we enjoyed our step on guide from the CVB and our stop in the Old Market, it could use a few more benches for resting and people watching.
Our Old Market is an incredible journey; a must experience. Various outstanding restaurants from casual Spaghetti Works to fancy Vivace....venture a few blocks out to the fabulous Jazz for Cajun food and live music. The shopping opportunities are grand - greatest card shop around: City Limits; exotic imports: Souq; natural-made clothing: The Lotus....and so much more. See: http://www.oldmarket.com/ for more... More
LOVE this part of Omaha - a super fun place to stroll the streets and absorb the holiday flavor, quaint shops, eating establishments, etc. A MUST to take in is the Spaghetti Factory - again, a neat "old" atmosphere and a place you'll want to take time to savor and enjoy!
We were in Omaha over the weekend and stayed in the Old Market district. There are many unique shops and restaurants to choose from. In my opinion, some of the shops are high end and overly priced, but there is something for everyone. The streets are paved with bricks and at night there are lighted, horse drawn carriages for people... More
Most people would think there isn't much to do "downtown". However, in Omaha the oppostie is true. We traveled with 5 kids ages 5-9 and senior citizen. Everyone enjoyed the visit to the Old Market, Yes we shoppped in all the quaint stores. We also rode the horse drawn carriage, stopped for hot chocolate, visited the mall (which was getting... More
The Old Market was nice. Great options for dining. I was disappointed there were more restaurants than shopping.
Looks neat at night with all of the lights. Parking is a hit and miss. There are spaces on most streets and also pay lots. I suggest if you are staying in a downtown hotel to access their complimentary shuttle, if they have one. There is probably something all would find interesting. It appears to me that in years past... More
My husband and I spent a Saturday afternoon and walked all over the Old Market District in Omaha. We were impressed by the number of good restaurants but very disappointed in the shopping. The clothing stores were very expensive and the "antique" stores were few and mostly memorabilia. There were some interesting art galleries and a couple of candy stores... More
I always visit the old market when in Omaha ! They have the neatest little stores . Such as the candy shop and many vintage stores !The restaurants are superb I can't remember the mexican place on the corners name but it was my absolute favorite ~
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