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Hotel Deco Reopens, Veg Edible Pops Up

Monarch Emerges After an extensive renovation, Hotel Deco has reopened, bringing with it Monarch Prime and Bar. Voted Omaha’s “Most Instagrammable Restaurant”, Monarch has redefined Omaha’s steakhouse scene as something elegant and artistic. Stop by for a creative cocktail, a delicious dish, and to welcome Monarch back. Veg Edible Pop Up Veg Edible has a […]

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Soul Food with Style

You may know Alexandria Ewing for her work creating ethical, organic beauty and self-care items through her boutique business Balance Botanica. Her belief is that products should be good for your skin, body and the world around you. You may also know her from her mentoring work and for teaching culinary arts through Step-Up Omaha!, […]

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Yes, Chef

Chef Brian O’Malley’s resume is a virtual timeline of positive impact and service to the culinary community. From establishing the Annual Culinary Awards in 2006, to the recent relaunching of the Open Kitchen Program as director of Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community College, O’Malley believes in the work of not only educating, but supporting the […]

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Sushi Train, Beer, Barre, and Bruno’s

Fontonelle Beer on the Boardwalk has returned to Fontonelle Forest. This weekend, enjoy locally crafted beer, music, fire pits, and raffles in the beautiful setting of a Nebraska’s changing leaves. Where: Fontonelle Forest When: Saturday at 6pm Bruno’s Soft Open Bruno’s, in the bay formerly occupied by Salt88, will be hosting 2 soft open events […]

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Tired Texan Takes the Stage

Tired of Waiting? After a few unavoidable delays, Tired Texan will host its soft open tonight on the corner of 108th and L. The establishment has completely gutted and redesigned the old Perkins on that corner, and is hoping to redefine how you eat barbeque. Texas Tumbleweeds, slow smoked ribs, and a slice of caramel […]

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Wherever The Breeze May Take You

Take it on Down to Tacoville A new tex-mextaurant is opening its doors in the next few weeks. Oklahoma native Tacoville is establishing its first franchised foodery in Frederick Square on 84th and West Center early July. The menu is fairly standard and very affordable, offering a $1.29 taco. I see a quick, inexpensive lunch in your […]

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Date Your Best Friend

Earth Day An Earth Day celebration at The Bellevue Lied Center will take place April 26th from noon-4. The day will include kite making, a trashion show featuring trash as fashion, crafts for the kiddos, yoga and Zumba for the fitness lover, and of course, food! Learn how you can make a positive impact on […]

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Be Morel-ly Acceptable This Earth Day

Earth Day Omaha The countdown to Earth Day is almost over! Elmwood Park will be hosting events this Saturday, April 18th. The event kicks off at 11am with the opening of the Farmer’s Market. Green Omaha Coalition will host a demonstration tent featuring how-tos on everything from composting to collecting rainwater. Yoga, Tai Chi, Tree […]

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You Are What You Eat

I try to be a mindful eater. Considering that we are what we put into our body, I want to be sure I’m made of healthy, pretty things. So I recently took an inventory of the foods I regularly eat, and here is what I found; if I am indeed what I eat, then I […]