A Dandy Idea by Bartholomew

Market House Owner Opens Pop-Up Venture, The Dell Changes Hands, and a Food Truck Rally This Weekend


A Reason to Rally

If you missed Cabela’s Food Truck Rally back in May, fear not! Another event will be landing in the parking lot of the sporting goods store at 12703 Westport Parkway this Saturday for an all-day event. Bringing an even bigger lineup of food vendors, this family fun food festival includes a kids BB gun range, free kids fishing poles for the first couple hundred children attending, archery range, and kayak classes. For a full roster of vendors and schedule of events head to https://www.facebook.com/events/1075155635885312/

Cabela’s Family Great Outdoor Day and Food Truck Rally

12703 Westport Parkway

Saturday 11am-9pm

Something’s (Craw)Fishy at Infusion

Infusion Brewing Company is hosting their first ever crawfish boil at their southwest location. LeBlanc’s BBQ and Cajun will provide crawfish, potatoes, and corn. Tickets are $15 per person for the dinner, which takes place from 5:30 to 8:30pm on Saturday, July 23. To reserve your spot, Email Jen at jen.j@infusionbrewing.com, or call the taproom at (402)934-2064.

Infusion Brewing Company Southwest Location Crawfish Boil

6271 S 118th st

Saturday July 23, 5:30pm-8:30pm

Popping Up Like a Weed

The Market House and Over Easy darling Nick Bartholomew has been a busy man this year, between the re-rebuild of The Market House, his second Over Easy location at Aksarben, and working to open his Dundee venture this Summer, a mere mortal would have no time to invent new ways to dazzle us. Thankfully, Bartholomew takes no comfort in having already made his mark on Omaha and has taken on a new challenge in collaboration with SecretPenguin and The Greater Omaha Chamber courtyard. A standing pop-up called Dandelion will feature a revolving door of chefs being given the opportunity to show area diners what they’ve got up their sleeves. A culinary “muscle beach” where some of Omaha’s top talent get to flex some serious chefly muscles, experimenting with concepts and fusions before committing to a full brick and mortar. This innovative concept will be a food adventure for anyone who heads to http://secretpenguin.com/2016/07/pop-up-restaurant-in-the-chambers-courtyard/ to sign up to receive a schedule of participating chefs.

Dandelion Pop-Up

The Greater Omaha Chamber Courtyard

1301 Harney

Stand and Dell-iver

The Dundee Dell changed hands Wednesday, June 29. Pat Gobel owned the Dell for 27 years. He bought it from Neill Everitt, who had previously owned the Dell for 27 years. Among the changes are new carpet, updating the infrastructure and systems, more specials on the menu, and more seafood. What’s not changing is the staff, core menu, fish ‘n chips, and Scotch selection. Pat will stay on for a few months to help with the transition.

The Dundee Dell

5007 Underwood Ave


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