These days I'm lovin' Omaha more and more. So I figured, why not highlight this special city on my blog?
Here are three of my fav breakfast places based on location, food, and ambiance.
My roommate's dad recommended this place and it was more than I expected. Why is it worth your time? The location. 11-Worth Cafe is located downtown and has plenty of parking even though it's wedged in the middle of a busy street. Awesome food, 99 cent coffee, and friendly service. Take your grandparents here.
*2419 Leavenworth St
I recently found out there are three of these in Omaha. The one we visited was in Pepperwood Village. Why is it worth your time? The food is phenomenal. I gotta say, Le Peep holds the title for my fav biscuits and gravy to this day. Plus, our service was great and how much more "Sunday Brunch" can ya get with this interior?
*559 N 155th Plaza
My question is, how could you drive down Maple and not stop here? Joe's is a quirky little diner with run-of-the-mill breakfast food. Why is it worth your time? The people and the ambiance. Our waitress was very kind and we never had an empty coffee cup. It was obvious this place was crowded with regulars and employees that have been working here for years. It's a wonderful place to sit and soak in conversations with friends, or with the booth across the way.
*6564 Maple St
Omaha is HUGE, so I know I'll be expanding this list soon! These little places warm my heart. Try them out. Also, s/o to my best friend, E.Beth, who went on every breakfast trip with me!
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*I just realized I ordered biscuits and gravy at every place lol. What's your fav go-to for ordering breakfast food?
*Any suggestions for breakfast places in Omaha? Diners, coffee shops, or any cool shack you can think of?
5 packing essentials for co
Polaroid print outs are almost cool enough on their own. Can you imagine throwing up a photo against a snowy mountain for a background? Insta gold.
2. Knitted Socks
I can't give you any other explanation other than the fact that one day you might be super sweaty in the Garden of the Gods, and then find yourself freezing in a few towns over. With this in mind, I'm packing knitted socks for my next trip.
3. Baseball Cap or Snapback
Who has time to shower when you want to see as much as you can?! Packing your fav hat can save you a bucket of time when it comes to getting ready. Plus, hats are artsy and keep those dang baby hairs out of your face.
4. Drug Rug
Don't roll your eyes! You can't tell me you've never envisioned yourself hiking up a mountain with this comfy attire on.
I feel like I remember things at the worst times. If I'm hiking up a mountain, and remember I didn't reschedule a coffee date with Cynthia, I'm gonna wanna write it down. Yes, using your phone is so much easier. But, wouldn't it be cool to jot down some mini revelations and be able to hang it on your mirror? I don't know, "What I learned in the Mountains" has a nice ring to it, but I'm also pretty lame.
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