College World Series fans, take note: A super-fun late night cookout is scheduled in downtown Omaha this Friday and Saturday.
Two innovative, expensive tasting menus in Omaha in the span of three days got me thinking: What does this mean for Omaha's dining scene?
Omaha chef David Utterback says he expected Japanese chef Hiro Sato to blow him off.
Chicken Fats, a food truck based in South Carolina, is headed to Benson for a July pop-up.
The "hot dog sandwich" and the Wonderboy are two of the signature items on the College World Series stadium menu this year.
Fauxmaha — which plans to remove the "Dogs" from its name — is moving into the former Modern Love space off Saddle Creek Road.
In a Facebook post, the restaurant's owners said they plan to refocus their efforts on the restaurant's original location.
A temporary expansion at the north downtown location will become permanent after the College World Series ends.
It's all about pizza this week. Sarah and Matthew are on location at Noli's, in the Blackstone District, to break down the city's "pizza universe." Noli's owner Joel Marsh joins us to tell us about the restaurant's deep dedication to creating the best New York-style pie in Omaha.
“This was not an easy decision for any of us,” Kim Reefe said Monday. “I grew up in the bakery. A lot of the staff has been there for a long time.”
If the meatless Runzas are successful in Lincoln, where they are being served as part of a trial run, the sandwiches could be available at additional Runza locations.
The longtime owners of the three Omaha bakeries are hoping to find a new local owner.
When B&G Tasty Foods bid farewell to Omaha after 66 years, those intertwined with the restaurant wanted to show their love. That passion will now grace their skin in the form of custom B&G Tasty Foods tattoos.
An Ashland winery took home top prizes for a wine made with Edelweiss grapes at the INDY International Wine Competition.
A Nepalese chef will be cooking at the Joslyn's Cafe Durham next week as part of the New American Dish project.
The Aksarben area restaurant remained open after the 2017 death of its founder, Sam Amato, but his wife wants to retire.
The annual Taste of Omaha, which showcases the city's restaurants, puts its chefs in head-to-head cooking battles and offers cooking and ice carving demonstrations, takes place Friday through Sunday on Omaha's riverfront.
A Burmese ramen pop-up is coming to Bellevue's Banh Mi Shop.
The writers behind the Gastronom Cocktail Blog will lead a mixology class on June 13 at Hutch in Midtown Crossing.
Chef Cedric Fichepain will be pouring bottles from his personal wine cellar at a dinner Thursday night.
Hiroyuki Sato, a Michelin-starred sushi chef from Tokyo, is headed to Omaha to collaborate with Yoshitomo's David Utterback.
Alamo Drafthouse invited local farmers to come to the May 31 opening of "The Biggest Little Farm," a documentary about first-time California farmers.
Rathskeller Bier Haus is planning to host its inaugural turkey leg festival on June 16.
The food truck is headed to Nebraska as part of a multi-state summer tour.