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Omaha Classics Destroyed by Gas Fire Intend to Rebuild

M's Pub and Nouvelle Eve plan to return to their former glory

Photo by Tom Hermanek

Photo by Tom Hermanek

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor

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When the building at the corner of Harney and South 11th Street went up in flames on January 9, 2016, few saw a tangible future for Omaha’s Old Market classics, M’s Pub (est. 1987) and Nouvelle Eve (est. 1973).

Around a year later, however, new light shines onto this case.

Renovations to rebuild the interior structure of the building took place, and the street adjacent, after having been opened again, allows a closer glance into the building.

The businesses’ building, with sidewalks open and windows newly intact.

Although one co-owner of M’s Pub, Ron Samuelson, is moving on to open two new restaurants, and neither of which, he claims, will be anything like M’s,  the restaurant’s Facebook page has given fans a restored hope.

On January 9, 2017,  the page was updated with a wonderfully optimistic statement.”One year ago we said goodbye…. and today we start to rebuild, not just for us, but for all of you!” The post went on to explain that they’d continue posting updates to the page.

The interior of M’s Pub is on a trajectory to look as similar as possible to its past self.

“I cannot wait to see M’s reopen,” senior Amira Barsoom says. “I’m interested to see whether the inside will look the same,” Barsoom continued.

Meanwhile, Nouvelle Eve’s Facebook page triumphantly states that it is only ‘temporarily’ closed as a result of the fire, indicating a full intention to return to functionality as soon as possible.

“It is such a relief to hear that both businesses are forging plans to rebuild,” junior Erin Schmidt says. “I can’t wait to see the Old Market rebuilt and as lively as ever.”

 

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Maria became a member of The Flightline in January of 2016. She is a senior this year involved in show choir at Skutt Catholic and is probably climbing a tree or drawing outside of school. You can email her at [email protected]

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