Don’t Call it a Comeback

At The Reader, we go to great lengths to ensure that the information we are sharing with you is accurate and truthful. Mindfulness of our responsibility means we tread lightly on fluctuating situations, and at the moment, even accuracy has an expiration date. But keeping our Readers informed doesn’t take a quarantine break. To keep […]

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Ring in the Roaring 20s!

It’s not too late to make a reservation! The following places still have seating available as of the time of publication. Butterfish at 3901 Farnam St – All day specials on plates, sushi, and cocktails begin at 11am and run through close. Very few reservations remain, so call 402-934-8979 to reserve your seats.   Herbe […]

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Omaha’s Food Hub Deliciously Cares for the Community

In the historic Florence neighborhood sits No More Empty Pots, a strategic nonprofit food hub focused on bringing positivity to the community through job and workforce training, reducing food waste, creating accessible healthy foods and promoting entrepreneurs through business development programs. The Reader spoke with Talia McGill, director of strategic communications at NMEP, about the […]

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Eat, Learn, Love

At The Reader, we are always considering new ways to engage with you, our readers. At a meeting some time ago, we talked about organizing a tour of Omaha that combined culinary stops and history lessons. It was a fun idea, but I was excited to find that such an offering already exists in Omaha. […]

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Los Tapatios Faces Setback

Los Tapatios Stopped at the Border When the owners of Ixtapa announced their impending closure, they simultaneously announced that new owners had been found and would open a new restaurant in their place. Los Tapatios quickly set to work, and were prepared for a very speedy turn over, immediately offering jobs to all of Ixtapa’s […]

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