Omaha Eateries Shut Down For Kayla

A Souper Good Cause, Chili, and The Reader Seeks Writers


SnowMaha Closes Down For The Day

In light of Snowstorm Kayla’s impact on Omaha streets, dozens of area restaurants have opted to close. Stay safe and off the roads today!  If you must travel, be sure to call ahead to your destination and see that they are open before braving the roads.

Crawl for Harmony

Saturday February 20 from 11-3, Midtown Crossing is hoping to warm you up! Black Oak Grill, Brix, Cantina Laredo, Chicago Dawg House, Saints Pub, and Crave will be coming together to channel the powers of chili. Each restaurant will be serving their own recipe and samples are $3 per bowl, with $1 per bowl benefitting Project Harmony. For all of the details go to http://midtowncrossing.com/events/CalendarDetails.aspx?ID=466

Midtown Crossing Chili Crawl

February 20, 11am-3pm

It’s For a Souper Good Cause

Sunday, February 21 from 2-5pm The Visiting Nurses Association is hosting their annual Art and Soup event. Tickets range from $50 to $100 and will feature food and works from more than 50 restaurants and artists. For a complete list of vendors an o purchase tickets, go to http://www.thevnacares.org/what/event/art-and-soup3

Reader Seeks Writers

Do you have a passion for food, a blog, or a unique view of the Omaha food community? The Reader’s Dish section would love to add you to our roster of writers. Email Sara Locke at Crumbs@TheReader.Com and submit your writing.


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