Pop-Upportunity for Potential Pub Owner

What Dandelion does for chefs, an upcoming opportunity wants to do for cocktail conceptualists. In its latest incarnation, Dandelion will be providing a venue and product for aspiring bar owners to pitch your concept to the public. To be considered for the lineup, email Dandelionomaha@Gmail.com with the following information:

  • Your name (and potential concept brand)
  • Your email address
  • Resume detailing your industry experience
  • A 250 word description of your concept and what you think it brings to the Omaha barscape

Exposure through Dandelion has enriched Omaha’s culinary scene with each event, resulting in countless new menu items and more than one brick and mortar. The team is thrilled for the opportunity to help shine a light on your unique bar concept.

Heirloom Fine Foods Supper Club

January 23rd will serve as Heirloom Fine Foods’ inaugural Supper Club, featuring a Nordic-themed hygge feast. The event will be responsibly distanced in a HEPA filtered room, and could be just the comfort-food feast you’ve been craving. To reserve the last of the available spots, call 402-378-2784.

Nepalese To-Go, For a Greater Good

Sunday, January 24th from 4:30-5:30pm
Benson Area Refugee Taskforce is hosting a traditional to-go feast prepared by Nepalese natives. This event is sure to serve diners more than just a full belly. Each meal will be brought to your car (pickup at 5410 Corby st) and includes a cloth face mask sewn by the Nepalese women who prepared your meal. The women’s stories will also be included with your order, written on the bi-lingual menus provided. Learn more about the people behind Benson Area Refugee Task Force from the comfort of your own home, over a delicious traditional meal. Learn more at www.bensonrefugeetf.com/ or by emailing homedishomaha@gmail.com. Meals are $35 and must be pre-paid and reserved in advance of the event.

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