SPIN My Head Right ‘Round

SPIN! Neapolitan Pizza is giving you a chance to put your pizza where your mouth is. March is National Sauce and Flour month, which sounds completely made up, but gives you an excuse to eat more pizza so deal with it. To celebrate, Spin is inviting you to share your favorite pizza recipe on their Facebook page’s Contests tab. A winner will be chosen on April 1 and will have their pizza featured as the “Pizza of the Month” for the month of May at SPIN. For a list of prizes and to submit your ideas, head to https://www.facebook.com/SPIN-Neapolitan-Pizza-1451252001833849/app/368392910021259/

Food Blogger Alert!

Our friends over at Omaha Food Reviews want to help you dine easier! Offering an industry-eye view of the Omaha Culinary scene, the team of 4 friends consist of a food grower, 2 dieticians, and a chef. Their weekly reviews cover everything from service to affordability and can be found at http://www.omahafoodreviews.com/. Do you have a food blog you want us to follow? Email Sara Locke at Crumbs@TheReader.Com

Salt on a Sunday

Salt 88 has added new dining hours and a reverse happy hour. During the month of May, on Easter Sunday, and Mother’s day, Salt will offer Sunday hours. Additionally, beginning on March 11 customers can enjoy reverse happy hour from 9:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. every Friday and Saturday. More opportunities to enjoy the amazing food Salt has become known for? Sign us up!

Congratulations to Summer Milller!

Former Reader writer and author of New Prairie Kitchen Summer Miller has made the short list for Gourmand International World Cookbook Awards. Congratulations Summer!!

Subscribe to The Reader Newsletter

Our awesome email newsletter briefing tells you everything you need to know about what’s going on in Omaha. Delivered to your inbox every day at 11:00am.

Become a Supporting Member

Subscribe to thereader.com and become a supporting member to keep locally owned news alive. We need to pay writers, so you can read even more. We won’t waste your time, our news will focus, as it always has, on the stories other media miss and a cultural community — from arts to foods to local independent business — that defines us. Please support your locally-owned news media by becoming a member today.

Leave a comment