Let’s support our local businesses; eCreamery are finalist in Martha Stewart’s American Made Awards, Food category. The top vote getting small business wins $10,000 and an appearance on Martha Stewart’s show. Both would be big game changers for eCreamery. Votes must be in by September 24. They would really appreciate our votes! Voting can be done on eCreamery’s homepage: www.eCreamery.com or http://americanmade.marthastewart.com/profiles/becky-app-2438.
Coming to the Grey Plume; Aronia Berry Wine Dinner with Sawmill Hollow Farm on September 26. Sawmill Hollow Farm is located in Missouri Valley Iowa, is certified organic and recognized by the USDA as the first Aronia berry farm in the United States. Sawmill Hollow’s Andrew Pittz will share stories and the health benefits of the Aronia berry, America’s superfruit. There will be a four-course meal created with the Aronia berry featured throughout the courses. Cost is $80 per guest. Call 402.763.4447. The Grey Plume is located at 220 South 31st Ave Suite 3101 at Midtown Crossing.
Another wine dinner to mention; the Zin Room is having a wine dinner featuring Wente wines. Also included in the evening is guest speaker Chris Lequin, Great Plains Regional Manager. The event is Tuesday October 2 at 6:30 p.m. and is $59.00 per person. Call 402.991.0660 to make reservations. For more information, visit www.zinomaha.com.
Is anyone wondering what is happening behind the black shades on the southeast corner of 24th and Chicago, north of the Joslyn Art Museum. Creighton students and many others in the area will be happy to know that a local Creperie, Corner Creperie, is under construction. More information to follow…