Dunkin’ Donuts Announces New Restaurants in Omaha, Nebraska and Sioux City, Iowa

Dunkin’ Donuts, announced the signing of a multi-unit store development agreement with existing franchisees, Savoureux Corporation, for 12 new restaurants in North Omaha, Nebraska and Sioux City, Iowa with the first restaurant planned to open in 2013. Savoureux Corporation, led by former University of Nebraska football players Kris Brown and Zach Wiegert, have teamed up with Jeff Woodbury, a principal of Woodbury Corporation, and David Scott, CEO of Tetrad Corporations, an Omaha-based real estate and investment firm.  In April 2011, Savoureux Corporation committed to develop five Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in North Kansas City.

Second Annual Chili Bomb Competition

Strap in for a full throttle day of chili tasting and an extremely rare look inside several of the bombers and bomber training accessories at the Strategic Air and Space Museum in Ashland, Nebraska. The event is Saturday, January 28 from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Special presentations on the aircrafts will be held in the ConAgra Theatre at 12, 1, and 2 p.m. with the winner of the chili contest crowned at 3 p.m. For more information, or to participate, contact Beth Haas at beth_haas@nebraska-dining.org or Tom York at 402.944.3100.

New Restaurant Plans for Q Consumables Location

The rich restaurant history that has graced the location at 1228 South Sixth Street, will add another owner to the list of names. Owner Jeff Camp, will open in February with a familiar restaurant name, Italian Gardens, will be operated by Jeff Camp, previously of Trovato’s Restaurant.


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