Keep hydrated with a refreshing Thirst Tea Café Boba Tea in refreshing flavors like passion fruit, pineapple and kiwi! With more than 50 drink combinations, you are sure to stay “Thirst-Tea” for more!
Did you know Jazz on the Green (and all Turner Park events) welcome your leashed dog? Why not swing by Three Dog Bakery on your way into the park and let Fido pick out a treat!
Fajita. Barbacoa. Carnitas. Pollo. Pescado… No matter the variety you choose, you’re guaranteed a great taco at Cantina Laredo. Order them from the restaurant or booth in the park for a delicious meal on the green.
(Oh yeah, we just went there.) Sink your teeth into Chicago Dawg House’s signature Chicago ‘dawg. Enjoy the ‘dawg and a beer al fresco from the Weenie Wagon, parked just inside the park!
Whether it’s a whole new batch of swear-word socks (they’re as funny as you can imagine), the awesome Go Vino plastic wine glasses or a new assortment of Poo-Pouri products (perfect for sharing restrooms with strangers!), a stroll through The Afternoon is sure to make you smile.
Get the party started right after work with Happy Hour! Click here for your Midtown Crossing Happy Hour Cheat Sheet, including 10 (yes, 10!) potential stops. Heirloom popcorn at The Grey Plume, Grane’s House Old Fashioned on tap, those Parmesan Truffle Fries at Brix, $5 cocktails at Leadbelly…
Two Words: DIY Terrariums! Hutch has the real deal -- pick out your vessel, your succulents, a few greens, some rocks – and you’re all set!
Read on for more information about current Midtown Crossing retailer offerings.
October 26, 2020
Turkey or ham, and all the fixings – without all the work! That’s exactly what Wohlner’s Neighborhood Grocery...
October 13, 2020
This year’s holiday season is sure to be like no other. Holiday parties, business gatherings and celebrations of all kind are being put on hold.
September 30, 2020
Did you know? Omaha’s newest dog park is just steps from Midtown Crossing! Yet another great amenity in the neighborhood, Dewey Dog Park...
September 22, 2020
Ahh, Turner Park. Seven acres of tranquility in the heart of midtown. Often referred to as Omaha’s Central Park. Home to 150 lively events per year.