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How to visit Omaha for the College World Series: Omaha coffee shops

Photo: Sarah Triplett/Mississippi State Athletics

With the College World Series set to start, NCAA baseball fans from all over the country will be headed to Omaha, Nebraska, to watch the country’s eight best teams play each other with the goal of winning a championship. While it’s often overlooked, Omaha is a city that deserves more credit for everything it has to offer.

I actually had the pleasure of living in Omaha for a couple of years and, despite the bitter winters, I thoroughly enjoyed my time living in the Midwest.

Omaha is a wonderful city with a great food scene, plenty of bars (especially sports bars), and a solid amount of nightlife. There’s always something happening somewhere in town and, thanks to the size and layout of the city, it’s pretty easy to get just about anywhere you need within 20 to 30 minutes.

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If you’ve got the opportunity to go see the College World Series, you should definitely take it.

And if you’ll be in Omaha, it’s worth getting a few ideas on what to do while you’re there. That’s what this guide is for, to help you get some ideas on what to do during your trip to see your team in the CWS.

View the full food and drink guide by clicking here.

Check out these Omaha restaurants and bars during your trip to the College World Series:

Coffee

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I’m not much of a coffee drinker. It’s not my thing. But, my wife loves coffee, so I deferred to her and her opinions for this section.

Of course, Starbucks is always an option just about anywhere you go, but if you’re looking for something that is locally based and is located on just about every corner throughout town, check out Scooter’s Coffee. There are plenty of menu options and they’ve got other drinks as well. Their breakfast burritos are a little expensive for the amount of food you get, but they’re decent.

Also check out some of the other local options below:

For more ideas on what to do while you’re in Omaha, click here.

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