This tiny fast-food joint with 1950s diner-style booths serves up some of the tastiest food in town, inspired by the USA's Philly cheesesteak (fried steak, onion and cheese in a soft bun).
Inside the Strule Arts Centre, this cafe is a pleasant spot for breakfast, lunchtime burgers and sandwiches, and afternoon coffee and cake, with comfy sofas and huge picture windows overlooking the river and bridge.
This popular pub by the river is Omagh's most lively, with a good selection of craft beers, bands on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and karaoke nights on Wednesdays.
For a long time to come, Omagh will be remembered for the devastating 1998 car bomb that killed 29 people and injured 200. Planted by the breakaway Real IRA group, the bomb was the worst single atrocity in the 30-ye…