Prime beef, a comfortable atmosphere and an extensive, user-friendly wine list are the signatures of this upscale steakhouse.. In Short With a decor of dark wood, leather upholstery and soft lighting, this clubby steakhouse has a warm, upscale feel. The menu's focus is prime beef (aged up to four weeks), from bone-in rib eye and filet mignon to New York strip drizzled with bearnaise sauce. Classic seafood offerings include lobster tails, steamed crab legs and wild Alaskan salmon; sides, served a la carte, include baked potato and chipotle mac and cheese.
Who says there's nothing on Omaha?.
Fleming's in second to none in a town, no, STATE, full of steak houses. It is often criticized for being expensive, but with an ala carte menu, that is up to the guest, not the restaurant. And on Sundays, the only complete dinner offered is the Prime Rib special, including Prime Prime Rib (12 oz., a salad, a side dish which will feed 2-3, and a dessert), all for $24.95 ea. Hardly pricey. But make reservations, even on Sunday or Monday, or you may end up like our local restaurant critic, eating in the bar. Although he loved it there too!
If you can think of what a steak looks like in an advertisement then to see it in person is to go to this restaurant! I have been to many "nice" restaurants and none of them compare with this one. I have never had a better steak, salad, or dessert. They have a very extensive wine list as well. This is a must try!