Dishcrawl, a San Jose-based start-up that is rapidly gaining national recognition for its unique culinary events, will enter the Omaha market this month. The events, called Dishcrawls, typically take participants to four different restaurants in the same neighborhood over the course of one evening. The company was founded on the premise that communities can be brought together through good food and good company. Omaha’s inaugural Dishcrawl will take place in the Old Market, an area known for its diverse restaurant selection. Dishcrawlers will utilize the opportunity to mingle with new people while helping local restaurants gain exposure. Groups, couples, and singles are welcome. Dishcrawl events strive not only to introduce food lovers to restaurants’ signature dishes, but also to the chefs and owners behind those dishes. With numerous new restaurants opening this year, Dishcrawl will contribute to strengthening the bond within Omaha’s food communities.

Reservations for the April 23rd Old Market Dishcrawl are $45 per person and can be purchased at For more information contact Rachel Grace, your Dishcrawl Abassador, at

Classical Charcuterie Fritz Sonnenschmidt, certified Master Chef will be at the Metropolitan Community College Institute for the Culinary Arts for a Charcuterie Lecture and Reception on April 8th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. This event is open to the public and should not be missed if you are interested in the craft of charcuterie. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at

Edible Omaha is hosting a Spring Release Party for their spring edition of Edible Omaha Magazine. Join the party at Tomato Tomato on Monday April 15th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to get your copy and meet like-minded people. Visit their website at for more information on their publication.  

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