The Omaha Childrens Museum in Nebraska is home to a remarkable collection of works of art and a wealth of omelets, from classic French pastries to artfully decorated omelettes, and the food can be as decadent as the dishes themselves.
While the city’s population is a little over 300,000, and it’s a lot smaller than the US capital, it’s full of restaurants that serve up fresh, nutritious meals in a variety of ways.
In Omaha, the museum hosts a weekly dinner every Friday evening, featuring a rotating selection of dishes and the perfect mix of classics and new dishes.
The menu is designed to be as versatile as the restaurants are imaginative, including an assortment of vegetarian and vegan options, and even a vegan version of the famed omelet.
Our guide takes us on a tour of the museum, including the food options, the menu, the food trucks and the best ways to prepare your own.
You can read more about the restaurant at omelettas.com.