Founded in 2012 in honor of Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, this original Blatt Beer & Table location is steps away from TD Ameritrade Park, and a short jaunt from CenturyLink Center in Omaha’s North Downtown neighborhood. We invite you to gather around our table for a bite and drink before and after the game or show. We are also open for lunch, Happy Hour and dinner 7 days a week. This location’s signature Rooftop Beer Garden allows our patrons the best views of Omaha’s downtown skyline. June is our favorite time of year, when we reunite with fans and friends from around the country as Omaha plays host to the College World Series.
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Our North Downtown location has 32 rotating craft beers on tap and more than 35 bottles and cans for your drinking pleasure. From light lagers and ales to heartier stouts and hefty porters, you're sure to discover a brew for your taste. You can take any of our draft beers home with you in a 32-ounce can with our fancy Crowler machine.
If you prefer to drink local, each Tuesday our Nebraska beers are half off with our Local Tuesday special.
Not ready to commit to a beer? Ask for a sample.Beer Menu
Our Rooftop Beer Garden offers the best views of Omaha’s skyline, including the ballpark, CenturyLink Center and downtown Omaha. It’s a must-visit hangout for baseball fans during the College World Series, held annually at TD Ameritrade Park across the street.
You’re invited to join us as we tap into some of our favorite brews, and some rare ones, too. We often host tap takeovers, launch parties and special features.The Schedule
We offer ample guest parking in a private parking lot just west of Blatt Beer & Table. This lot is free for our customers, and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Metered street parking is also available along 12th St. and Mike Fahey Dr.
Our Zesto window is closed for the season. We will reopen in May 2018.
A mainstay of Omaha for years, Zesto has become an institution. The cool ice cream on a hot day marks the arrival of summer, and is a tradition not to be overlooked.
Zesto and baseball go hand-in-hand. Tom Kelley, father of Zesto’s owner, Mike Kelley, threw out the first ever pitch at Rosenblatt Stadium in 1948 when it opened. As neighbor of Rosenblatt Stadium, Zesto has been an integral part of the College World Series for years, and grabbing a soft-serve cone is essential for sun-burned baseball fans.
Zesto’s ice cream will remain both a summertime and College World Series tradition — cones, cups, shakes and astros can be ordered at Blatt Beer & Table.