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Omaha Restaurants 2018: A Year In Review

As the new year begins, let’s reflect on the state of our culinary health citywide in the Omaha restaurant scene. It has been a strong year for new concepts, old favorites moving to different spots, and additional locations for locally-owned gems. But there were also, sadly, a handful of closures. Read on for my thoughts on Omaha restaurants 2018’s changes. I encourage you to get…

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3 Local Triathlons to Put on Your Next Race Schedule

There is more to the triathlon world than Ironman, Rev 3, and Challenge Family. Many communities also offer local triathlons and go out of their way to make them a great event for the triathlete and fun for families. Besides, these shorter distance local races are a great way to get your feet wet in the sport and the family involved before progressing to longer…

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Great Food And Drink In Omaha For USAT Nationals

Welcome to Omaha. You are so lucky to have landed in this great city with award winning chefs and restaurants. Being a triathlon family, when we moved here, finding the right restaurants was a priority. And, fortunately, it was not that hard at all. The USA Olympic-Distance National Championships are just a week away on August 13, so we wanted to share our cleaning eating,…

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Kitchen Table Omaha Brunch Review

  Folks knew when we were moving to Omaha we were into realfood made right. On our two visits to check out the city, both times we were taken to the Kitchen Table for brunch. When I walked in the first time it was like home with reclaimed wood and bread cooling on the counter. Kitchen Table is located a couple blocks West of Old…

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Le Bouillon Omaha Brunch Review

A little introduction to why Omaha. Life has taken us all over and I have had the great fortune to live in some amazing foodie cities including New York City and Austin. I consider myself very lucky but at the same time I have become very picky about what I eat. Five weeks ago we moved to Omaha, Nebraska as our final move. We decided…

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