Good news for fans of the Surfside Club. After The Surfside closed their doors from the Flood of 2011, there has been a vacancy for restaurants along the Missouri river. Now, new owners are taking over and the Surfside will reopen by early May. Favored for its fried chicken and hush puppies, new menu items will be added but the recipes for Surfside favorites will be the same. In addition, you can expect some major renovations to the club such as new restrooms, new ceilings and a new bar area. The Surfside Club is located at 14445 North River Drive. Their new phone number is 402.457.4000

Earth Day Omaha has been planned for Saturday, April 20th in Elmwood Park. This is a free event that will feature exhibit booths, children’s activities, demonstrations, speakers, live music from local bands and food from area vendors. Earth Day Omaha is made possible through the Earth Day Omaha Coalition, whose mission is to increase public awareness of all environmental issues. For more information on Earth Day, visit earthdayomaha.com.

Gigi’s Cupcakes finally reveals their eight new flavors for its Spring/Summer Menu. All eight flavors are associated with a vacation destination. “Gigi’s fans have come to expect truly unique cupcake flavors and the fun is always in how introduce the new cupcake flavors,” said Gigi. “Thousands of people come to our website each day in anticipation of that day’s cupcake reveal. If you would like to check out the new flavors, visit gigiscupcakesusa.com. Gigi’s Cupckes of West Omaha is located at 16811 Burke Street Suite 115. They are open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.


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