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FLATIRON CAFE is located at 1722 St Marys Ave # 110 Omaha, NE 68102 | Phone: +1 402-344-3040

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1722 St Marys Ave # 110 Omaha NE 68102

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FLATIRON CAFE
4.6
Based on 234 reviews
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Jamie Osborne
Jamie Osborne
07:36 19 Sep 20
Great ambiance & decor. Next time I'll be back with my coworkers. The place has a good feel to it.
Fred Mathis
Fred Mathis
23:12 24 Aug 20
good place to hang and eat some good food. this place has an awesome feel to it.
Lively Life
Lively Life
20:43 30 Mar 20
Meh. It didn't knock my socks off. And, for $465... I have DEFINITELY had better meals. If given the choice, I would... not return. There was nothing special about it. The food was decent, but nowhere near worth what they charge.read more
Bobby Adams
Bobby Adams
06:04 19 Jan 20
This restaurant is next level and hard to believe it exists in Omaha, NE. The location is great, views are amazing, and... the food is out of this world good. I highly recommend going there.read more
Ann McCoy
Ann McCoy
16:39 17 Jan 20
I am so disappointed in the decline of Flatiron’s food. What happened? On a night they should expect a big crowd, I... anticipated top shelf food and no open tables. We started with lobster bisque that was so watered down, it didn’t taste like lobster at all. There were 3 pinhead sized “lobster” bits at the bottom but all in all, it tasted like a glorified tomato soup and not even a good tomato soup. The lamb shank and accompanying brussel sprouts and potato salad were heavily covered in a brown sauce making it difficult to enjoy the flavors. A good chef does not smother their food unless of course they want to cover something up. Considering it didn’t taste at all like lamb, maybe that’s why. The sea bass and house salads were just average. At $13 for a glass of wine, one would expect it to have a decent, full bodied quality similar to other high end restaurants in Omaha but it had a bitter taste, hence, we limited ourselves to one glass. On the positive side, it has a quiet, cozy atmosphere and the waiters look and presented themselves professionally as you would expect for a restaurant with this reputation. But these attributes alone are not enough for us to drop $150 ($180 with tip) for a dining experience.read more
Norman Kromberg
Norman Kromberg
15:51 17 Jan 20
We went on a Thursday night before a show at the Orpheum. We made reservations on Open Table. The staff is very... professional and approachable. They provided recommendations. The martini’s were AMAZING. The wine list is not large but is quality. I liked the Matera by the glass. Try the mushroom fries. You will love them. I had the sea bass. Really good. My girlfriend has the lamb. IT was great.read more
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