Read It & Eat It

The Omaha Public Library is hosting a series of Read It & Eat It demonstrations and author talks. Kate Lebo, author of “Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour, and Butter” will appear along with some other food authors and local restaurateurs on November 1 from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the W. Dale Clark Main Library. Kate will share some secrets about crafting the perfect pie. It’s free to attend.  https://omahalibrary.wordpress.com/tag/culinary-conference/

Eat Where You Want

Modern Love Omaha just announced that they’re now offering takeout. This means that you can get your swanky vegan comfort food to go and eat it at home, in your car, or at a baseball game for all they care. You have to order at the restaurant, but they hope to eventually allow take-out orders via their website or by phone. http://www.modernloveomaha.com/

Free Wine Tasting

You read that right. Salt 88 hosts a free, weekly wine tasting every Thursday from 3:00 – 6:30 p.m. The wine they offer varies, but every week you have the opportunity to stop by for a meal or happy hour and add to it some wine tasting without an extra cost. Just visit the bar and ask to try whatever they’re sampling out that week. http://salt88.com/

Pizza Recognition

Dante Ristorante Pizzeria is boasting inclusion in FlipKey’s list of the best pizza places in each state. As the sole Nebraska pizzeria included within the list, you can imagine they’re pretty pleased with themselves, especially considering the FlipKey article says it’s worth a trip to go try the pizza at Dante’s. http://www.dantepizzeria.com/


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