Herbe Sainte

Aksarben Village’s newest resident Herbe Sainte celebrated a successful grand opening this weekend. The New Orleans inspired cocktail bar has already been raved about over their oysters, shrimp, and signature cocktails. Have you visited the new establishment? Tell us what you think by emailing Crumbs@TheReader.Com

GI Forum Re-Opens Today

The GI Forum was closed last week after a series of minor health code violations were found. The violations included staff handling shredded cheese with bare hands, not keeping cheese and onions cold enough in prep areas, and not a high enough concentration of chemicals in sanitizers. Today, the Forum celebrates its reopening with margaritas after a clean inspection by the Department of Health.  

Il Palazzo and The American Heritage Society Open House

Your first opportunity to meet The American Heritage Society’s new chef Paul Militzer will be an adults only open house this Friday from 7pm-10pm at The American Heritage Society. His extensive culinary experience includes a combined 28 years as Executive Chef at Champions Run and Happy Hollow Country Club. Paul is known for his commitment to preparing exquisite cuisine using the best quality ingredients available and delivering the utmost service to dining guests. He prides himself with staying current and being creative with today’s trends in regional and local cuisine. The event is free for members with a $5 donation for non-members and guests with a cash bar and free appetizers. Fro all of the details, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1651659835145531/ Reservations are required, so call 402.493.8888 or email omaha.aihs@yahoo.com  


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