Jun 14, 2019 Communities

The Best Local Baseball & Softball Fields in Omaha and Where to Eat After the Game

Come spring and summertime, you can think about Omaha without thinking about baseball. Not only are we home to the annual Collegiate Baseball Championship, but we also happen to have several of our own little league teams competing throughout the season.

We rounded up some of the most popular ball fields in the Omaha area where you can play a game yourself or sit back and watch. Plus, we found the best restaurants around each field where you can enjoy an after-game meal. So grab your bats, cleats and appetites because it’s baseball season!  

AllPlay Complex

6802 Harrison Street, Omaha

Built in 2008, the AllPlay Complex is the finest barrier-free sports and recreation complex in the nation! This unique “field” is located in Seymour Smith Park and features a rubber surface and no barriers that are perfect for baseball enthusiasts with disabilities. The complex is free and open to the public but may be closed during certain events so make sure to check their calendar before you go.

Where to eat around the Allplay Complex:

Ralston Bigway Burger Bar & Grill

About 3 Minutes Away

This classic diner offers all of your American favorites including burgers, sandwiches, fries and homemade mac & cheese, along with some unique dishes like rice bowls and pickle fries!

Johnny Sortino’s Pizza Parlor

About 6 Minutes Away

This family favorite spot features a wide selection of pizzas, pub grub and drinks. Plus, they even have a game room for restless kiddos (and adults)! When you go, don’t forget to order the garlic bread, which is arguably the best in town.


Carter Lake Ball Fields

1701-1899 Avenue Q, Carter Lake

Carter Lake is home to not one, but three fantastic baseball and softball fields. They all offer single or doubleheader games, a concession stand, clean restrooms and a fun atmosphere! Plus, they are all located along the beautiful Carter Lake, so you don’t have to go very far for a fantastic view.

Where to eat around the Carter Lake Ball Fields:

Jonesy’s Taco House

About 5 Minutes Away

Jonesy’s Taco House is a casual neighborhood spot that offers homestyle Mexican and American favorites. If you happen to have a game on a Tuesday, make sure to head to Jonesy’s for their $2 Tuesday special, which includes $2 tacos, tamales, taco burgers, domestic beer and margaritas!

Spaghetti Works

About 13 Minutes Away

Spaghetti Works has two locations in the Omaha area and for a good reason — we want to be able to get a massive serving of their delicious pasta as soon as possible. They offer delicious Italian dishes along with a full salad bar so your entire family can leave full and happy.


City Park

7700 Josephine Street, La Vista

La Vista’s City Park offers four pristine baseball and softball fields for you to enjoy! The perfectly manicured grass, spotless restrooms and well-maintained diamonds make this the perfect spot for you to hold your next little league game, a birthday party or to spend a weekend afternoon! Plus, there is also a small playground area where the kids can play after the game!  

Where to eat around City Park

El Vallarta

About 4 Minutes Away

Baseball and tacos are a match made in heaven. That’s why you should visit El Vallarta after the game and get your fix. This Mexican spot offers a wide variety of delicious dishes along with several vegetarian options so everyone in your group can enjoy a fantastic meal!


About 10 Minutes Away

This family-friendly pizza joint is only 10 minutes away from City Park and offers everything from pizza and pastas to wraps and salads. Plus, they deliver, so you can enjoy it hot and fresh from the field!


Grover Baseball Complex

6402 Grover Street, Omaha

The Grover Baseball Complex, home to the Grover Little League, is located next to the Papio Creek and features three separate diamonds perfect for every softball, baseball or kickball game. You can find out if the field is currently open and find more information on little league registration on their website.

Where to eat around the Grover Baseball Complex

Jimi D’s

About 5 Minutes Away

Jimi D’s is a relaxed eatery and bar that serves American and Italian dishes including burgers, pasta and seafood. And, if you’re interested in feeding the whole team, they cater! You can find more information about getting food delivered right to the field on their website.


Memorial Park Baseball Field

5750 Dodge Street, Omaha

Memorial Park is one of the most popular green spaces in Omaha, featuring open lawns, picturesque landscaping, and a memorial for all the men and women who have served in the armed forces. The park also happens to feature a baseball/softball field that hosts several little league games throughout the season and plenty of places to sit and watch.

Where to eat around the Memorial Park Baseball Field

Pitch Pizzeria

About 2 Minutes Away

Pitch Pizzeria is one of the most popular spots in Omaha, boasting a classy, rustic ambiance and delicious coal-fired pizza. While this buzzing restaurant is almost always busy (we highly recommend making a reservation), it’s the perfect spot to celebrate a hard-fought win.  


Moe Lonergan Field

5599 S Street, Omaha

This beautiful, old school field is nestled in a neighborhood near the Holy Ghost Catholic Church. Cheer on your favorite team from the comfort of the shaded bleachers with a delicious Stoysich hot dog from the concession stand. All of that — plus the clean bathrooms, fantastic location and well-landscaped field — make this the perfect spot for a game or a weeknight practice.

Where to eat around Moe Lonegran Field

King Kong 72nd

About 4 Minutes Away

King Kong 72nd is a casual eatery for the whole family. Their extensive menu offers burgers, steaks, gyros and so much more — all locally sourced and crafted with love! Click here to read their daily specials menu.

Agave Azteca

About 6 Minutes Away

This colorful, laid-back Mexican restaurant offers authentic Mexican cuisine along with vegetarian selections and delicious soups and salads. We recommend ordering their to-die-for tres leches cheesecake as a post-game treat!

Ralston Park

7700 Park Drive, Ralston

This quaint park in Ralston is a local favorite, boasting beautifully landscaped open spaces, a modern playground, picnic tables and baseball field! The diamond is evaluated daily when rainfall is a factor to make sure that the field is playable, so make sure to visit their website before you go to see if there are any events scheduled and to see if the field is open.

Where to eat around Ralston Park

Don & Millie’s

About 3 Minutes Away

Don & Millie’s has several locations all around Omaha, Bellevue and Lincoln. They offer popular American fare like burgers, chicken fingers, chili dogs, milkshakes and much more.


Schilke Fields

Old US Highway 275 & River Road, Fremont

This 20.1-acre complex includes three fields, the Nick Novak Field for children ages 15 to 17, the Nighthawks Field for ages 11 to 14, and the Chaplains and Veterans Field for softball and 14-and-under baseball. This entire facility is brand new, featuring lush landscaping, spotless restrooms and several new picnic tables.

Where to eat near Schilke Fields

Huey’s Smokehouse BBQ

About 7 Minutes Away

Barbeque and fried chicken make an excellent end to a fun day. At Huey’s Smokehouse BBQ, you can get some of the best food in town, including pork ribs, smoked sandwiches, burgers and salads. Sit inside their adorably decorated restaurant, or soak up some sun on their patio!

Big Red Restaurant & Sports Bar

About 9 Minutes Away

After you’re done playing or watching your own game, head to Big Red and watch another! They offer a wide selection of sports bar fare like burgers, wings and sandwiches that you can enjoy while cheering on your other favorite team on one of their 14-foot super screens.


Have Fun!

What did we miss? Let us know where you love to play and eat in the comments!

Jun 14, 2019 Communities
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