Crumbs July 5 2012

Crumbs

If you have never been, then you should go out of your way to Metropolitan Community Colleges' Sage Student Bistro on the Fort Campus (30th and Fort, Building 22). It was recently voted best overall restaurant in Nebraska by the users of OpenTable, an online reservation service with over 18,700 users. The Bistro also placed second in the overall food category and came in fourth for ambience. There are many other Omaha restaurants that use the OpenTable reservation system that also were high in the rankings such as Spencer's for Steaks and Chops, Mahogany Prime and the Grey Plume. The Sage Student Bistro was established in 2004 and offers fine dining to the public with hands on instruction happening at the same time for students of the Culinary program. For restaurant hours and more information on Sage Student Bistro, you can go to www.mccneb.edu/bistro. If you would like to make a reservation through OpenTable for Bistro or any other participating Nebraska restaurant, you can visit www.opentable.com.  

On Saturday July 28th, Pasta Amore is having an interactive mystery dinner "Murder Amore" in conjunction with the The Likely Suspects who are part of the Fremont Dinner Train. If you want to join in the murder, mayhem and marinara, contact Leo or Pat at Pasta Amore 402.391.2585 for reservations. Seating is limited. Pasta Amore is located in Rockbrook Village at 11027 Prairie Brook Road.  

Also, calendar-worthy is Urban Event's Riverfront Wine Festival at Stinson Park at Aksarben Village. It is being held on Friday August 24th and Saturday August 25th and tickets are now available. There will be over 40 winery tents, craft beers, food vendors, and live jazz music throughout the festival. If you are interested in learning about wine and all things related, there will be free classes at the festival as well. Tickets are on sale now for $30 and include a Reidal Wine Glass and 10 wine tasting tickets. For more information or to get tickets, go to www.riverfrontwinefestival.com.

 

posted at 02:05 pm
on Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

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