Food Fight

Finally, a reason for non-fans to follow football! Nebraska Brewing Company’s Chef Adam Graybill will be preparing a special head to head food challenge every Husker Saturday. Graybill will pit a Nebraska-based dish against a dish from the opposing team’s state. Diners vote for their favorite dish in a weekly food fight challenge. Check to see each week’s match-up. This Saturday will feature Husker Grown Sweet Corn Chowder vs. Southern Miss Jambalaya.

Hunger Action Month

September is National Hunger Action Month and The Food Bank of the Heartland wants you to know how you can help! With one in eight Nebraskans facing hunger it’s likely that someone you know is suffering in silence. Hosting a food drive is an easy way to become an advocate. Volunteering at your local soup kitchen or food bank goes a long way toward ending hunger in our community. Head to to sign up as a volunteer and help end the cycle of hunger!

Looking for a fun new job? Remember The Alamo!

Alamo Draft House is still working toward an opening date and needs your help! The bar inside a restaurant inside a movie theater is looking to hire line cooks, servers, hostesses, and dish washers before the grand opening. To learn more about positions and benefits or to apply go to

Trip Advisor Ranks Omaha’s Top Ten

Trip Advisor lists 1,061 restaurants in the Omaha area and has released an official ranking based on customer reviews. This year’s top 10 are Block 16, Avoli Osteria, Modern Love, 11Worth Café, M’s Pub, Orsi’s Italian Bakery and Pizzeria, Grey Plume, Dario’s Brasserie, J Coco, and Wave Bistro. Don’t see your favorite foodery on the list? Head to and drop them some stars. Your feedback helps your favorite restaurants stay on top!

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