Meatatarians unite! This succulent list of top Omaha, Nebraska steak houses will have you salivating with comprehensive descriptions, ratings and reviews. Omaha's carveries and steak restaurants place a focus on serving sirloin and other meat-centric dishes.
Located in the historic Paxton building, The Paxton Chophouse is a cozy steakhouse serving aged prime USDA steaks and chops with complementary wines. Entrees include filet medallions, Paxton chicken, lobster and shrimp linguine.
Offering an intimate fireside atmosphere, The Library offers steak and seafood entrees and an extensive wine list. This upscale restaurant is located in Omaha's Regency Lodge.
Charlie's brings fresh seafood to three Charlie's seafood is flown in fresh daily and the mouth-watering steaks are hand-cut. Charlie's also offers plenty of chicken dishes, a vegetarian menu, and a kids menu. Try one of the famous martinis with more than 100 on the complete list.
Austins has been serving Midwest hand-cut steak in the Omaha area since 1989. A lunch menu features smaller-cut steaks and selections from the dinner menu, which includes chicken fried steak, prime rib and cajun catfish.
This Spanish-mission inspired theme restaurant offers upscale casual steak dining on the outskirts of Omaha. The lunch and dinner menu offers a variety of steaks, seafood and poultry. There is also a children's menu for young diners.
Sullivan's Steakhouse is a classic steakhouse influenced by the steak, martinis and jazz of the 1940s. Its menu offers steaks, chops, salads, soups, and seafood. Sides include creamed spinach, crab-fried rice and au gratin potatoes.
Located on the historic Lewis and Clark Landing on the Marina, Rick's Cafe Boatyard serves fresh seafood and quality steaks in a relaxing atmosphere filled with live jazz music. Specials include shrimp scampi, prime rib and Mississippi sturgeon.
Fleming's Omaha, NE is an ongoing celebration of exceptional steak and wine. They are located in West Omaha off Highway 6, near Westroads Mall, Boys Town, and Downtown Omaha.