When looking for the best brunch spots in Omaha, there is one part of the city that people should focus on the most. The Old Market has worked hard to put itself forward as one of the best places to go for people who live in the city, as well as those who are visiting. That work has made the four best places in Omaha to get brunch placed within a couple of blocks of each other. You really can’t go wrong as long as you stop at one of these places.
Upstream Brewing Company
The Upstream ranks as one of the best brunch spots in Omaha because it is one of the best restaurants in the city and offers up a rather robust menu. The menu includes some very fresh baked goods, such as cinnamon rolls as well as weekly chicken and fish dishes done up just for the brunch rush. The prices for the food sits right in the middle when talking about higher end restaurants and McDonald’s.
The Upstream in the Old Market normally opens at 11:00 AM but on Sundays, there are special hours for Sunday when the restaurant opens at 10:00 AM.
Wheatfields is an Omaha tradition that actually has two locations, but the Old Market has the best offerings of the two. The menu has the usual breakfast foods such as eggs, bacon and sausage but the restaurant also offers up some great brunch casseroles and a huge selection of fantastic sweets once you’ve finished the main course. The average price per plate is a little more than $9 which makes the restaurant right in the middle when it comes to prices.
The Zin Room
When it comes to brunch in the Omaha area there are few restaurants much better than the Zin Room. This spot is actually located in one of the best hotels in the city. That means you get some pretty nice landscaping along with top of the line grub. There is one drawback to a menu that has the best sweet cream pancakes in the city and that is the food is a bit pricier than the other brunch spots in Omaha.
Jackson Street Tavern
The Jackson Street Tavern might be a surprise edition on the list of best brunch spots in Omaha for those who live in the city. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t belong. The restaurant is lower priced compared to most of the other places on this listing and the food is just as good. Like the Upstream, the restaurant opens a bit earlier on Sunday.