Something to Wine About

Enzo’s Italian will host a special wine dinner featuring Food Network Chef and Iron Chef America judge Mario Rizzoti. The 5 course dinner will feature a selection of 6 wines and reservations are highly recommended for the 70-seat event. Call 402-933-9755. Cost is $75.

Enzo’s Wine Dinner

8510 N 30th st

Tuesday, August 30 6:30pm

Zurlo’s Closing

Zurlo’s Bistro Italiano is known for exceptional pasta, over the top pizza, and a warm, inviting atmosphere. That is the legacy it will take with it when it closes its doors on August 26. The Bistro is offering specials on beer and hugs from now until the closure this weekend. To stay up to date on specials, follow the Facebook page and leave a goodbye note for the owners! https://www.facebook.com/Zurlos-Bistro-Italiano-344284584210/ 

Zurlo’s Bistro Italiano

13110 Birch Dr

Swine on the Vine

Soaring Wings Vineyard is hosting a pig roast and wine tasting this Saturday, August 27. The $25 event will include food from Tim’s Wild West Barbeque, music by Outloud and your first glass of wine, plus souvenir glass. Wine flights available for additional cost.

Soaring Wings Pig Roast Featuring Tim’s Wild West Barbeque

17111 s 138th st

Normandie Nights

Did you miss this weekend’s inaugural Normandie Nights? The decadent 7 course meal prepared by chef Michael Anderson was only the first in what will be a monthly series. Stay tuned to The Reader to catch my review this week, and make your reservations for the next event on September 18 before the 20 seat brunch sells out! https://www.facebook.com/normandienights/  

Normandie Nights Brunch   

11:30am September 18


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