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The Flatiron Cafe

1722 Saint Marys Avenue
Omaha, NE 68102

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(402) 344-3040

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Cafes

4.3 of 5.0 from 8 reviews

price range:more than $50


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  • bbob reviewThis restaurant is in the heart of downtown Omaha. I have found lunch and dinner to be very good in regards to presentation, and taste. However, I find that the establishment tries to give the flare of ambience a cut above its decor. It does not present a comfortable surrounding, especially at night, and during the day there is too much light to deal with while eating.... WHY? Because the whole place is nothing but windows...LARGE, LARGE windows, and that is where I feel the atmosphere is lost. Now the pricing, it is very over priced for some of the meals served, it just does not compare to the finer sites in Omaha and surroundings.

    22222 by bbob

  • ChefMozTwo years later, Steve and Kathleen still have Omaha's top eatery. The staff (chef, cooks, waiters, etc) have been there for several years and it shows in the food. I kid the chef that each meal is "borderline" - on the border between fantastic and magnificant! A must for anniversaries, birthdays, etc. Yes, I am a little prejudiced because it is that good.

    55555 by ChefMoz.org

  • ChefMozFor gourmet food, super service, and great ambiance, this is my choice for the best in Omaha. The veal chop is the signature dish - but every meal I've eaten here was great or even better. Stave and Kathleen (the owners) have assembled a top chef and excellent staff.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org

  • Theresa S.I am always afraid to order lobster because if they overbook it, I am sending it back but I ordered it at Flatiron and it was cooked to perfection.

    33333 by Theresa S.

  • Austin A.Good appetizers and desserts in a historic location. Not a great ribeye if you're a steak lover, but everything else was nice.

    55555 by Austin A.

  • Drew F.Designed by architect George Prinz and originally constructed in 1912, in 1914 this building was renovated for use as a hotel. In 1987 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

    55555 by Drew F.

  • Sara L.Beef tenderloin is amazing!

    55555 by Sara L.

  • Kieranwow! great menu, pretty pricey though!

    55555 by Kieran

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