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Keeping up with the traditional way the first pizzas in Italy were made, our pizzas are cooked in a coal-fired oven. The menu also features seafood, hand-cut steak, housemade pastas, and a burger full of flavor! Our goal is to provide you with local, housemade, and imported ingredients. We offer a Happy Hour menu through the week. And, our bar provides an array of in-house concoctions as well as your traditional libation! Our wine selection is well-thought and most impressive!! You will enjoy Pitch!
While you can find familiar dishes in the main menu, Chef is particular about the ingredients and the overall quality of the food. He is also dedicated to a monthly tasting menu that will be served in the Chef's Table (by rservation only: will be activated early spring).
Special features we want to highlight:
- Chef's Table
- Beautiful Bar (Bombay Bar) area
- Maharaja's Whisky Room (Event room/Whisky Tasting room)
- Beatiful Patio space (to be activated in mid spring)
- Well thoughtout ambience
- Amazing unrushed service/hospitality
Cooking in this way imparts a slight smokiness as it brings out the natural flavors of the food. A juicy ribeye sizzles and caramelizes, giving the tender beef a gorgeous crust. The homemade dough for our pizzas rises in the heat, and the crust gets to be the perfect combination of crisp and chewy. Vegetables share an entirely new flavor profile when cooked over wood. Dining at Timber brings an experience both classic and innovative. Come eat and drink with us as you watch our fireflies dance above the wood-fired grill.
- MCMelodyCSan Diego •13 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoI was pleasantly surprised with this newly opened gem. The place was busy so a little noisy. Food was tasty and hot. The biscuits were a little dry but the blueberry compote made up for it.More infoTupelo Honey - Omaha$$$$Price: Moderate• Regional American (Contemporary Southern)• Omaha•4.6
- PMPatMNebraska •6 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoCody was our server and he was a nice young man. Gracious, attentive, timely and personable. Appreciated is talking with us and sharing is life outside J Gilbert’s. Food was very good and drinks and again quick and efficient serviceMore infoJ. Gilbert’s - Wood Fired Steaks & Seafood - Omaha$$$$Price: Expensive• Steak• Downtown / Old Market•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerHawaii •6 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoGreat food especially since we are gluten and dairy free. This was our anniversary and having dessert was a treat. Service was good and noise in the good range as we could talk and not get drowned out.More infoSpezia - Steaks, Italian & Seafood$$$$Price: Expensive• Italian• Midtown•4.8
- MMarvvipNebraska •7 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoWonderful old style steakhouse. We have gone there for many special occasions and always enjoy it.More info801 Chophouse - Omaha$$$$Price: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown / Old Market•4.8
- DDDebDNebraska •8 reviews5.0Dined on Feb 12, 2024Very accommodating, we arrived early and we were seated immediately. Service was great, all of our meals were prepared to perfection.More infoTimber Woodfire Bistro$$$$Price: Moderate• American• Midtown•4.7
With a city name that means "those going against the wind," it is no surprise that Midtown Omaha has produced a few enduring favorites. The world-famous Reuben sandwich and butter brickle ice cream both hail from a local Midtown hotel. Such world-changers are rounded out by one local favorite that has yet to make an international debut: runza. Based on a German recipe, runza is simply a hot dough pocket stuffed with ground beef, spices, and cheese. While Midtown has many fine restaurants offering more cosmopolitan fare, it's these foods that you can’t get anywhere else that will make your trip to Midtown Omaha one to remember.
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