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Trees & Utilities

Cincinnati, Ohio

September 10–12, 2019


Omaha Information

For a full list of places to eat, drink, and have a good time while staying in Omaha, visit the Trees and Utilities Conference section of the Visit Omaha website


  • Upstream Brewing Co, Old Market

    Derived from the Native American meaning of Omaha, “upstream” or “against the current,” the Upstream Brewing Company is just that—a brewery and restaurant different from the rest. Learn more.

  • Blue Sushi Sake Grill Old Market

    Fresh and energetic, Blue offers an inspired mix of creative sushi for purists and adventurers alike. Learn more.

  • Goodnights Pizza Bar and Patio

    Stop in for a slice or two (or more) of our signature pie loaded with fresh ingredients. Learn more.

  • LOCAL Beer, Patio and Kitchen

    LOCAL Beer, Patio and Kitchen is a bar with fine food and the largest selection of local craft beers in the area. Learn more.

  • Roja Mexican Grill + Margarita Bar Old Market

    Roja Mexican Grill serves it up Tex-Mex style. Fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, tostadas, chimichangas and more, all with sizzling smack and an extra helping of Tex flavor. Learn more.

  • Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops

    Aged, hand cut and seared to perfection. Spencer's for Steaks and Chops is Omaha's ultimate steakhouse. Learn more.

Things to do

  • Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge

    This stunning, 3,000-foot long walkway stretches across the Missouri River, giving pedestrians a spectacular view of Omaha’s skyline and an almost airborne experience. Learn more.

  • Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

    Consistently ranked one of the world’s best zoos, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is the ultimate interactive zoo experience and a biological park leading the nation’s conservation efforts. Learn more.

  • Omaha Outdoor Recreation

    Omaha is an outdoor enthusiast's playground. Tree-lined walking and biking trails wind through the city, five area lakes and two rivers provide a variety of boating and fishing opportunities, and the city's vast array of parks and gardens each offer their own unique fresh-air experience. Learn more.

Getting Around Town

  • Happy Cab

    Visit or call 402-292-222 for more information.

  • Lyft & Uber

    Both Lyft and Uber are available in the Omaha metro area.

  • Hotel Shuttle

    The Omaha Marriott Downtown at the Capitol District has a complimentary shuttle for hotel guests that will travel within a 3-mile radius, but does have airport priority. Upon arrival at the airport, guests should call the hotel for pickup (402-807-8000). Shuttle service for departures can be arranged at the hotel front desk.