Recent Restaurant Openings

It is a great time to be a foodie in Omaha. Whether you are looking for contemporary Americana cuisine or southern soul food - the newest restaurants here in Omaha have something for everyone. Oysters, pasta, sushi, fusion, wine pairings and soul food – Omaha is becoming the place to be for eclectic and diverse dining.

Opened in early February, Shuck’s Fish House and Oyster Bar’s newest location is in downtown Omaha. Located on 1911 Leavenworth Avenue, where the restaurant Dixie Quicks Magnolia Room was previously located, Shuck’s offers diners what it has become famous for – fresh seafood in a casual setting. Don’t worry, this location has a fresh oyster bar too so you won’t have to...

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Vincenzo’s has a new West Omaha Location and Another Shout Out for 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest,

Vincenzo’s Ristorante is moving its West Omaha location
Vincenzo’s will be making a new home on the corner of 157th and Pacific by Hector’s West and Mama’s Pizza. Saturday April 21 will be Vincenzo’s last night on 144th and Blondo and will reopen in their new location Wednesday, April 25.  For more information go to www.vincenzos-ne.com or call 402.498.3889

Another Shout Out for the 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest
Put Friday May 18 and Saturday May 19 on your calendars for the 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest in Stinson Park at Aksarben Village. There will be 150 different beers along with beer seminars and music. Your attendance will help support Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. Go to...

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Spring at James Arthur Vineyards

If you haven’t been to James Arthur Vineyards (JAV), you may want to take a 30-minute ride out of Omaha to taste the wine and enjoy the landscape. JAV have begun their spring hours, which now include Friday nights. A Spring Cabaret has been planned for Friday April 27 with music and stories by Judy Anderson and Friends. Then on Saturday April 28 from 6-9p.m., JAV have planned a fundraising event for Cancer, The Red, White and Pink Party. Enjoy live music, wine and food.  Ticket prices are $15.  Both events require reservations at 402.783.5255 or visit the JAV website at www.jamesarthurvineyards.com for more information on events and hours.  James Arthur Vineyards are located at 2001 West...

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Spring Wine Dinner & Farmer’s Early Harvest

Spring Wine Dinner at Dario’s Brasserie

Dario's Brasserie is holding a Spring Beer Pairing on Wednesday April 11, at 7 p.m. The evening is being described by Dario's Brasserie as "a celebration of Belgian beers and gastronomy." Space is limited and the cost is $50 per person. To make reservations call Dario’s at 402.933.0799 after 3:30 p.m. or go to www.dariosbrasserie.com for more information.

Farmer’s ready to harvest their first crops

From flooded fields in 2011, to a March harvest in 2012, local farmer’s face a new challenge – nowhere to sell their produce. Omaha’s warm spring has caused local farmers to already harvest their first crop of asparagus, radishes, garden greens, and...

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Kobe Steakhouse’s New Location

Kobe Steakhouse of Japan is now open at Village Pointe. Kobe has closed its location in Regency Court and opened a new dining spot on the corner of 168th and Burke. In addition to the hibachi style of cookery, they have expanded their menu to include sushi. For the month of April, you can order a side of shrimp with an adult entree for no additional charge. For more information, contact Kobe Steakhouse at 402.391.1755 or visit their website at www.kobesteakhouse.com.

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<p>  Elderberries</p> Forage Omaha

Every spring our part of the world makes a big deal about mushrooms. April is morel mushroom season after all, and lets be honest, who doesn’t love a tan-yellowish colored mushroom that bares a striking similarity to a brain? Oh, you don’t? Well, mushroom lovers be damned, if you want to forage for food this summer you do have other choices and we’ve provided your guide.

April
Morels:
Come on, I had to mention them. These are probably the Metro’s most famously and most commonly foraged food. Big articles pop up every year about people and their sacred mushroom hunting spots. If you find someone who will share his secret make him the best man at your wedding, or better yet, marry him....

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