Who Doesn’t Love Sandwich Night?

The Kitchen Table, 1415 Farnam St, is running week-night dinners with vegetarian options starting at 5pm. You can eat in or order online for meals on the go at www.kitchentableomaha.com

Mondays are Soup and Sandwich Night.

Tuesday is Burger Night.

Wednesday is Pizza Night.

Thursday is Taco Night.

And Friday is Risotto Night.

Also, important to note is that Monday nights have a free corkage fee for those who would like to bring along their own bottle of wine for dinner.

Over Easy is announcing service on all days of the week.

Over Easy, 16859 Q St, is now open on Mondays. Enjoy breakfast or lunch at Over Easy 7 days a week from 7am to 2 pm.  They also have a drive-thru that opens at 6am.

Tip your hat to Cupcake Islands’ March Flavors

If you are looking for a St. Patrick’s Day treat, Cupcake Island, 1314 S. 119th St, is offering new cupcake flavors for March that will please any Leprechaun. First, Aunt Lois’ Blarney Stone is yellow cake frosted in powdered sugar frosting then rolled in peanuts. Next is the Drunken Leprechaun, which is made of chocolate Guinness cake with a chocolate whiskey filling topped with a Guinness buttercream. The Grasshopper cupcake is minted cake with chocolate mint pieces baked inside then topped with a minty buttercream. And lastly, the Luck of the Irish cupcake, which is a vanilla based cake made with Irish Cream topped with an Irish Cream infused vanilla buttercream. Top of the cupcake to you.


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