Take it on Down to Tacoville

A new tex-mextaurant is opening its doors in the next few weeks. Oklahoma native Tacoville is establishing its first franchised foodery in Frederick Square on 84th and West Center early July. The menu is fairly standard and very affordable, offering a $1.29 taco. I see a quick, inexpensive lunch in your near future.

Tacoville – Coming Soon!

3044 S. 84th Street, Suite 3

Do a 180

Owner Brett Clure of Tavern 180 enjoyed a successful first week in business. The establishment at 203 N. 180th St. boasts artfully plated dishes of exquisite food. Elevated ingredients like Kobe Beef Brisket, Wagyu Steak, and Chilean Seabass are treated with reverence, while the enticing bar menu tempts you to dull your senses. If you are looking for exceptional, do a 180.

180 Tavern

203 N. 180th St.

Hone Your Craft at Yoga

Farnam House Brewing will host The Beer Yogis July 13. Yoga teachers Melissa Klimo‐Major and Mikki Trowbridge are hosting nearly 2 dozen such events across the country this summer, pairing tours of local craft breweries with asana to underscore the mindfulness both arts require. After your tour, an all-levels vinyasa flow will take place at Farnam House. Learn more and RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/1666756100241554/

The Beer Yogis at Farnam House Brewing, Wednesday, July 13

Craft Beer Tour and Vinyasa Flow

Follow the Breeze

Food trucks, fresh, local produce, live music, henna and local handmade items will all make Saturday a celebration in Papillion. The Outdoor Artisan’s Market at The Faintest Breeze home décor shop begins at 10am.

Artisan’s Market at The Faintest Breeze

213 N Jefferson st, Papillion

Saturday, June 25, 10am-2pm

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