Industry Night and Weekday Reverse Happy Hour

As more and more people are shedding the 9-5 work week, Hiro Sushi is offering its popular Reverse Happy Hour on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Beginning March 28, the restaurant will offer the same great specials on sushi, appetizers, and drinks from 10 p.m. until midnight. The group is looking to capture the restaurant industry employees, who are unable to go out on Friday or Saturday nights, as well as others who enjoy a late meal as the economy and work schedules are ever changing.  You can check out their facebook page at facebook.com/HiroSushiOmaha or call them at 933.0091 for more information.

LaCasa Pizzaria’s Spring Wine Event

Join LaCasa Pizzeria on Wednesday, March 28, to enjoy five wines paired with LaCasa appetizers, pizza, and dessert. John Bohrer from The Italian Vine will be on hand to discuss the wines. Cost is $35 per person and advanced reservations are required; call 556.6464 for more information.

Dante Ristorante Creates No Name Pizza, Fans Get to Name

Dante Chef, Nick Strawhecker has created a new pizza, and they are asking Dante customers and the restaurant’s friends on Facebook to help out. The “no name” pizza toppings are meatballs, house-made link sausage, garlic, basil, chili, and house-made ricotta cheese.  The concoction is baked in the Dante wood-fired Vera oven. The pizza will be the special on the restaurant’s menu for the next three weeks and priced at $15. To enter the contest all our friends and followers need to do is enter a name in the comment section on our Facebook page, and get their friends to “like” their post.  The name with the most likes will win.  The winner receives bragging rights, a $250 Dante gift card. The contest runs through noon on March 31.


Subscribe to The Reader Newsletter

Our awesome email newsletter briefing tells you everything you need to know about what’s going on in Omaha. Delivered to your inbox every day at 11:00am.

Become a Supporting Member

Subscribe to thereader.com and become a supporting member to keep locally owned news alive. We need to pay writers, so you can read even more. We won’t waste your time, our news will focus, as it always has, on the stories other media miss and a cultural community — from arts to foods to local independent business — that defines us. Please support your locally-owned news media by becoming a member today.

Leave a comment