It’s About Thyme

Organic retailer, Fresh Thyme, held a ribbon cutting ceremony in June at the new Omaha location. The specialty store was officially open for business June 29, The new market offers an extensive produce department with organic and local fruits and vegetables, a natural meat department, healthy deli foods to-go, bakery goods, 400 bulk food bins, dairy and frozen, and health supplements. This is the brand’s 40th location, and second Nebraska shop. Fresh Thyme Market 14949 Evans Plaza (Grayhawk Plaza)

A Whole New Ball Game

Wednesday marks the grand opening of The Blackstone Meatball at 3910 Harney st. The new venture has hosted several pop-ups in recent months to give customers a taste of what’s to come, but tomorrow will be the first official day of business.

The Blackstone Meatball

3910 Harney st

Baela Rose

Chef Kyle Anderson, formerly of V.Mertz, and his wife Rose Anderson, former manager of McKenna’s, have opened Baela Rose on 49th and Underwood in Dundee. The restaurant uses local ingredients to bring global flavors to the table, and an extensive craft beer, cocktail, and wine list.

Baela Rose

4919 Underwood Avenue

Suds and Stroll

The third annual Brew at the Zoo is coming up on July 16. Live music from Wild Stallions and Red Delicious, food, games, beer, select wines, and a night with some real party animals are all in store for you if you grab tickets soon, which have historically sold out quickly. Remaining tickets are $50, and will not be available at the door.

Third Annual Brew at the Zoo (Henry Doorly)

8pm July 16

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