Omaha, Nebraska

Absorbing the good life with Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting. Feeling very smart as we place a check mark next to a long standing bucket list dream.

 

THE SMALL LIST

  1. Cornerstone Mansion - The Cornerstone Mansion, historically known as the Offutt House, is a focal point of Omaha's historic Gold Coast District, popular with the wealthy at the turn of the century. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Trust, no expense was spared when prominent Omahans Charles and Bertha Offutt built the 10,200 square foot home in 1894. A Landmark of the City of Omaha, the Mansion began serving as a Bed and Breakfast in the mid 1980s. cornerstonemansion1894.com
  2. J. Coco's - Built as a grocery back in 1925 it is now home to J. Coco. Their seasonal menus rooted in tradition, showcases their natural ingredients. Local, organic, and sustainable when available. They are constantly seeking out the finest ingredients and preparing them as simply as possible. They feature craft bar tending, house made desserts and pastas and celebrate traditional… With a modern twist. jcocoomaha.com
  3. The Boiler Room - The Boiler Room Restaurant is called that because the space was the boiler room providing heat for the 120 year old Bemis Bag Building. Tim Nicholson is an Omaha native who graduated school at Metropolitan Community College’s Institute for Culinary Arts in 2008. Inspired and excited, Tim brings a steady hand to the kitchen and a relentless pursuit of the refined. boilerroomomaha.com