Getting Up Close and Personal

Kitchen Table is planning their first series of Summer Sunday Suppers.  Every 3rd Sunday of the Month, They will offer a 4-Course Sunday Supper that will feature 2 honored guests; a farmer and a producer that help make Kitchen Table’s menu possible. The entire Sunday Supper menu will focus on what the guest farmers have provided with an opportunity to get up close and personal with attendees about their passions for doing what they do. Tickets to the Summer Sunday Suppers will be sold in advance starting in May 2014. If you are interested in more information about Kitchen Table’s Summer Sunday Suppers, visit

Benson Brewery Answers the Lenten SOS

Even if it is the season of Lent, there is no need to put your hearty appetites away. Coming to the Lenten rescue is the Benson Brewery, 6059 Maple St., who is offering Blackened Atlantic Salmon w/pineapple and mango salsa, also Panko Breaded Shrimp both with your choice of side for just $12 each. They are also offering beer battered fish & chips and their new fish sandwich with citrus slaw, pickle, and house tartar. Sounds like a great place to eat on Friday nights or any other night for that matter. 

Who Gets the Vote for Omaha’s Top Hot Spot?

PITCH Coal Fire Pizzeria, 5021 Underwood Ave., has been named Top 100 Hot Spots in America on the Open Table Diner’s Choice awards list. According to, these awards reflect the combined opinions of more than 5 million restaurant reviews submitted by verified Open Table diners for approximately 19,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Pitch Pizzeria is the only restaurant that was voted into the top 100 from Nebraska.

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