The "hot dog sandwich" and the Wonderboy are two of the signature items on the College World Series stadium menu this year.
Sarah Baker Hansen
Reporter - Food and dining
Sarah Baker Hansen writes restaurant reviews and food stories for the World-Herald. She also writes the quarterly "Food Prowl" series, where teams of tasters go around Omaha to find favorite foods in a number of categories. Phone: 402-444-1069
I've been into Kathmandu Momo Station, the restaurant which specializes in Nepalese dumplings, for months. I'm still into it.
Fauxmaha — which plans to remove the "Dogs" from its name — is moving into the former Modern Love space off Saddle Creek Road.
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 açaí bowl is trendy, yes. But at Vitality, it's also cold, creamy and super filling. Of the bowls I have sampled in Omaha, I like this one best.