The Blackstone District is a revitalized historic district in Omaha, Nebraska stretching along Midtown's Farnam Street. 

A lively, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood providing a unique cultural experience for businesses, residents and visitors alike.


Featured Purveyors


Blackstone Meatball

More than just a meatball. The Blackstone Meatball gets creative with the classic meatball and offers a diverse menu full of surprises that covers all the bases from American to Italian. We are proud to offer fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, as well as craft beers, and classic cocktails.



Corkscrew Wine & Cheese

Corkscrew is a wine bar and retail wine shop. With over 700 choices for wine, 20 wines by the glass, craft beers, spirits, lunch and dinner menus with amazing patios in the front and rear!




Pranam Yoga

A by-donation, breath-based, alignment-centered Vinyasa Yoga Studio with an alive and kicking giving program. Offering daily classes that support and teach the vinyasa style, teacher certifications, and a plethora of other amazing opportunities to get your heart pumping.



Ground Floor Guitar

Ground Floor Guitar is an independent music shop owned & operated by local musicians. A local guitar shop rooted in the community. A welcoming space to buy your next guitar, sell your old, rehearse with your band, or get your gear prepared.



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It wouldn’t be a wine bar without meat and cheese plate selections, and Corkscrew doesn’t disappoint. Our plate for two came with three selections of cheese, a drizzle of honey, a bit of berry jam and baguette slices
— Omaha Go
Tulsa transplant and owner Isaiah Sheese describes his approach as “showcasing different brew methods and treating coffee more as a craft” and his experience in the industry and sensitivity to the coffee aesthetic is certainly apparent.
— Omahype
Grab a New York-style slice at Noli’s Pizza for lunch, then pop next door for a quick trim at The Surly Chap Barbers. Or try a tequila and taco at Mula. Settle into one of the seats at Archetype Coffee with your laptop and a cup of joe. Want to relax with a pint of beer or glass of wine post-work? Consider Scriptown Brewing or the Corkscrew’s newest location along Farnam.
— Omaha Magazine
Two new breweries were born on Farnam Street in 2014: Farnam House Brewing Company, 3558 Farnam St., and Scriptown Brewing Company, 3922 Farnam St. Both offer beers crafted in-house and add to the city’s already healthy brewery scene.
— Omaha Go