Omaha, Neb. – Midtown Crossing’s Della Costa is enhancing its footprint in the neighborhood with the opening of a relaxed, new coffee and pastry bar, Cafe Costa.
Located in the Farnam entrance of Della Costa, Cafe Costa features local coffees by A Hill of Beans as well as house-made pastries, including cookies, scones and croissants, from in-house baker Mandy Vorthmann. Iced tea drinks and smoothies complement typical coffee selections, and homemade ice cream is for sale by the pint.
Cafe Costa is designed to be an extension of Della Costa’s Mediterranean-concept with a comfortable, relaxed feel.
“The area is now fitted with comfortable nooks to hide as well as traditional cafe seating and midcentury couches to relax on,” says Justin Halbert who co-owns Della Costa and Cafe Costa with his brother Aaron and their uncle Ron Samuelson.
Cafe Costa officially opens on Thursday, May 3, at 220 S. 31st Ave., Suite 3101. Regular business hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The owners plan to eventually phase-in breakfast items, including egg sandwiches and crepes, grab-and-go lunch options and more.
Cafe Costa’s parent concept, seafood inspired Della Costa, opened one year ago and features regional dishes from the coasts of Italy, France, Spain, Morocco and Greece. To make a reservation, visit http://dellacostaomaha.com/reservations/.
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