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Stirnella: Serving Elegance and Classic Cuisine

Stirnella: Serving Elegance and Classic Cuisine

Hope Stratman, Features Editor

December 1, 2017

Stirnella, a gastropub located in the Blackstone District of downtown Omaha, has gained acclaim for its classy vibe and excellent food since its opening in February. In a district full of bars and more casual eateries, the restaurant has filled the need for a high-class joint. Having derived its name...

Consistent Quality Sets Greek Restaurant Apart

Consistent Quality Sets Greek Restaurant Apart

Tom Hermanek, Managing Editor

October 11, 2017

The room is filled with gleaming white tablecloths, wood floor and elegant-yet-homey decor. As someone shouts “Opa!” a few tables away, delicious flaming saganaki cheese releases a delicious scent that permeated the air and a flame that brightens the room. It’s delightful for most, but especially so for...

Chipotle v. Qdoba: Which Does Skutt Catholic Prefer?

Chipotle v. Qdoba: Which Does Skutt Catholic Prefer?

Tom Hermanek, Managing Editor

September 27, 2017

Until recently, fast-casual mexican food chains Qdoba and Chipotle could be differentiated in one concrete way: Qdoba has queso. However, as of Chipotle’s mid-September launch of queso in the metro area, the gooey, spicy cheese dip has become yet another point of similarity between the two chains. Even...

Midtown Restaurant Shines New Light on Ramen

Midtown Restaurant Shines New Light on Ramen

Tom Hermanek, Managing Editor

September 8, 2017

A new midtown restaurant is crushing the cliché that ramen is a sodium-dense, dirt cheap microwaveable meal that's a haven for broke college students. Ugly Duck Japanese Americana Street Food, which opened in Midtown Crossing late last year, offers unique dishes that have authentic Japanese trai...

Over Easy: Breakfast Hotspot Earns Notoriety

Over Easy: Breakfast Hotspot Earns Notoriety

Maddie Mollner, Student Life Editor

August 18, 2017

Tucked away at the intersection of 168th and Q streets lies a quaint breakfast establishment known as Over Easy. Although petite on the exterior, the inside seems larger than life through its professional presentation and welcoming and modern design, not to mention the savory menu options. Upo...

What’s Poppin’ Jimbo?

What’s Poppin’ Jimbo?

Peter Quinn, Opinion Editor

May 15, 2017

The name “Jimbo’s Diner” sounds like one of those good ol', local places you go to grab a burger on a Friday night, which is exactly what we did. Instead of having that nostalgic diner feel, it was more of a  location that reeked of cigarettes with people playing Keno at 7:00 p.m.   Jack...

7 Original Coffee Shops That Will Get You Through the Morning

7 Original Coffee Shops That Will Get You Through the Morning

Maria Miller, Birdfeed Editor

May 8, 2017

With Starbucks and Scooters sitting on every block serving up coffee that may as well be brewed with mop water for 6 bucks a cup, it is easy to leave flavor and health in the dust and down bottles of NOS in the morning instead of America’s breakfast staple. Lucky for us, we don’t have to. Omaha i...

Sertino’s Cafe: Appealing to All

Sertino’s Cafe: Appealing to All

Allison Heithoff, Editor-in-Chief of Quintessence

April 24, 2017

I was driving on Maple Street when I happened to look around while stopped at a red light and notice what appeared to be a newly opened cafe tucked away from the street. I was instantly intrigued by the unrecognized name and decided before the light turned green that I was going to see what this pl...

Serving Up More Than New Seating

Serving Up More Than New Seating

Maddie Mollner, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2017

Upon entering the beloved pizza joint known as Piezon’s Pizzeria, one may notice the layout of sports magazines, dry-erase drawings on the wall, and the scent of pizza in the making. For years, locals of the 156th and Center area, as well as students at Skutt Catholic, have thought of Piezon’s as...

Taste of Thailand: The Underdog of Eats

Ava Dreessen, Ad Manager/ Copy Editor

April 3, 2017

Among the most delectable, and at the same time unappreciated, establishments that I've ever had the pleasure to visit lies Taste of Thailand. Whenever the controversial topic of deciding where to eat comes up, Taste of Thailand makes the decision simple. This restaurant serves a beautifully diverse...

Golden Corral: The Wal-Mart of Buffets

Golden Corral: The Wal-Mart of Buffets

Sam Wiegand, Sports Editor

March 27, 2017

Whilst you are minding your own business, attempting to get an ice cream cone, a little girl no older than six runs up to you and screams, “Someone threw up! Someone threw up everywhere!” This seems like something out of a movie, or even a comedy act. However, this actually happened to me at what I ...

Le Voltaire: A Trip with Every Taste

Le Voltaire: A Trip with Every Taste

Nessa Woosley, Staff Morale Editor

March 27, 2017

The intimate tables lit with candles, the aroma of fresh baguettes, and the French background music are some elements which seem to transport you to France without ever leaving Omaha. Le Voltaire is West Omaha’s very own corner of France. The owner of Le Voltaire, Cedric Fichepain, is from the wes...

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