Tag: Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel

Review: Tantalizing Dinner for Two

In a city where beef reigns supreme, Chateaubriand is absent from the menus of most steakhouses. Considered an upscale delicacy in the 1950s and ‘60s, it was traditionally reserved for holidays and later became popular for a romantic Valentine’s dinner. A special occasion is no longer needed to enjoy this […]

Classic Cuts

The Committee Chophouse, located in the Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel (a reinvention of the landmark Blackstone Hotel) owes its name to a group of card-playing gentlemen, hosted on Sunday evenings by Blackstone owner Charles Schimmel, who affectionately dubbed themselves “The Committee.”  Sly nods to the poker-playing group are found sprinkled around […]

Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel

Midwestern charm blends with timeless elegance at the newly opened Kimpton Cottonwood Hotel, bringing an elevated and distinct experience to Omaha. The building’s rich history dates back to 1916 when the space was formerly known as the Blackstone Hotel, hosting the likes of Ronald Reagan, John F. Kennedy, and Richard […]