Best Omaha Steakhouses in 2022

By: Ryan Renner, Realtor
By: Ryan Renner, Realtor

I have helped many families moving to Omaha. Contact me if you have any questions about the Omaha area or need help buying a home.

New York City is known for pizza. Texas has barbecue. Omaha is known for steak. Ask ten people where the best steakhouse is and you will probably get 5 different answers.
Exterior photo of The Drover Restaurant and Lounge
June 6, 2022

The Drover

The Drover is my favorite steakhouse.

It’s know for its whiskey filet. I won’t say it’s the BEST steak in town, but when you add in the atmosphere and iceberg lettuce salad bar, it takes the top spot.

Whiskey Filet at The Drover in Omaha
Whiskey Filet with Loaded Bake Potato at The Drover
The Drover Menu

Brother Sebastian’s

If you want a memorable finish to your evening, order the Baked Alaska.

1350 South 119th Street, Omaha, NE 68144
(402) 330-0300

Mahogany Prime Steakhouse

This pick may ruffle some feathers.

And that’s because Mahogany is a technically a chain (they have 3 locations in Oklahoma and 1 in Omaha).

But, the food is phenomenal.

It is going to be the priciest of the steakhouses. And the atmosphere is going to be just a little more formal. It’s a little fine dining and a little steakhouse which makes it the perfect special occasion restaurant. But you don’t need to wear a suit and tie.

Other Notable Spots

Gorat’s
I haven’t been to this place in years. I went there once and the food wasn’t that great. The reason it makes the list is because it’s Warren Buffet’s favorite steakhouse. If you eat there, the Oracle suggests that you “show you are a sophisticated diner by ordering the t-bone with hash browns.”

Last Updated on June 6, 2022 by Ryan Renner

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