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Get to know the 3 newest businesses to launch in Omaha

Get to know the 3 newest businesses to launch in Omaha
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By Hoodline - Published on May 13, 2019.

Interested in exploring the newest restaurants and retail additions to Omaha? From a new drafthouse cinema to a bubble tea and poke cafe, read on for the newest hot spots to open their doors near you.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Midtown

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Midtown is a cinema, bar and dinner theater spot that's located at 3201 Farnam St., Suite 6111. With 4.5 stars out of 14 reviews on Yelp, it is off to a strong start.

The chain theater opened its second location in Omaha in March. In addition to screening movies, the multi-level drafthouse cinema also offers a full menu for in-theater dining, including brunch items, specialty shakes and snacks like its white cheddar cheese curds and crispy buffalo cauliflower. Cocktails, beer and wine are also on offer. 

Poke Boba House

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Head over to 510 S. 13th St. and you'll find Poke Boba House, a new spot to score bubble tea and poke. Yelpers are fans of Poke Boba House: It has five stars out of 10 reviews so far.

In addition to poke, the eatery serves up small bites like popcorn chicken, crab rangoon, egg rolls and gyoza pork dumplings. When it comes to beverages, customers may opt for milk tea, slushies, fruit teas and more, which can then be topped with add-ons like tapioca, mango popping boba and coffee jelly.

Vitality Bowls

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Vitality Bowls is a new organic store, offering juice and smoothies, acai bowls and more, that's located at 2835 S. 170th Plaza, Suite 208. With five stars out of four reviews on Yelp, it is off to a positive start with locals.

Most of the bowls, which include breakfast bowls, have a base of açaí; customers may then add a variety of toppings, such as almonds, kale, fruits, seeds and coconut milk. Fresh juices include The Vitality, a combination of carrot, apple, celery and kale.


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