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Midtown Bakery Feels Like Home

Midtown Bakery Feels Like Home

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor

August 29, 2016

Sweet Magnolia’s is a home-style bake shop located in Midtown. The name brings to mind beautiful pink flowers floating upon a soft breeze, but the aroma wafting from the door put an even more vivid imagine in the mind’s eye. The tiny shop is well put together, with a clean-cut black, w...

New ‘Meatball’ Misses the Mark

New ‘Meatball’ Misses the Mark

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor

August 15, 2016

A new concept restaurant opening in Omaha always sets the culinary media alight with expectations, and this situation calls for no less. The Blackstone Meatball, as the name suggests, is a little second story restaurant in Omaha's Blackstone district with a specialization in meatballs. The ...

Review: Culprit Café & Bakery

Review: Culprit Café & Bakery

Tom Hermanek, Copy Editor

May 2, 2016

Freshly baked bread, sweet French toast, and excellent cinnamon rolls abound; a sweet aroma fills the room. No, I'm not talking about a bakery located on the streets of Paris. Rather, all of this and more can be found right here in Omaha at Culprit Café & Bakery. Located in downtown Omaha on the corner of 1...

Cooperative Motive

Cooperative Motive

Maria Koliopoulos, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2016

Ted & Wally's is a classic Omaha ice cream parlor. Locomotive is an Omaha established food truck that works out of their parking lot. Their partnership has been so successful that they've opened up a ground-bound space in Benson together. Both companies' logos jut proudly from the side of a re-purpose...

Adventurous Eating

Adventurous Eating

Kayley Anderson, News/Feature Editor

May 2, 2016

Now I don’t know about you, but one of my first priorities when I travel isn’t always what I’m gonna eat while I’m gone. I’m usually so focused on things like museums or famous landmarks that food becomes somewhat of an afterthought. So, naturally, when a group of myself and three other...

El Mezcal: An Inside Look

El Mezcal: An Inside Look

James Keeley, Opinion/Editorial Editor

May 2, 2016

  Nothing screams authentic Mexican food quite like Norfolk, Nebraska. At least, that's what came to my mind as the 2016 State Journalism team stood around dumbfounded as lunchtime crept around the corner. El Mezcal was our third choice for lunch, (the first two were eliminated due to poor ...

Nationally Tasted, Locally Scooped

Nationally Tasted, Locally Scooped

Allison Heithoff, Sports Editor, Copy Editor

April 11, 2016

A simple passerby strolling the quaint streets of Dundee is likely to pass by a cute little ice cream parlor. Its location on the corner makes it easily noticeable, yet few are knowledgeable of its impact nationwide. This ice cream destination is none other than eCreamery, a brand doubling as this one-of...

There’s No Mis-Steaking It

There’s No Mis-Steaking It

Maria Koliopoulos, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2016

A world of salads and lettuce. What could be... worse? The typical meat-eater might not understand what could be appealing about intentionally avoiding any sort of carnivorous food, but that's why Brooklyn-based vegan chef and animal rights activist Isa Moskowitz set out to prove a point. Modern Lov...

Aw, Shucks

Aw, Shucks

Maria Koliopoulos, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2016

  The wind rustles through Legacy Plaza, the faint smell of the sea swirling amidst the tall grasses in the landscaping. Shuck's in Legacy offers convincing seafood here in the heartland. Upon entering, the warm smell of creole spices wafts through the air. The atmosphere is that of a casu...

A Little Bit of Paris

A Little Bit of Paris

Molly Gubbels, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2016

It's widely known that the delicacies of France are unparalleled by any other, but a 10 hour flight for baked goods might seem a little bit over the top. So, ditch that plane ticket and haul yourself over to Le Petit Paris for some delicious French treats that have earned a 100% satisfaction rat...

Fish Fry De-Bait

Fish Fry De-Bait

Allison Heithoff, Sports Editor, Copy Editor

February 15, 2016

There are plenty of fish in the sea. No, I am not offering consolation for your possibly pitiful Valentines Day yesterday. Instead, I am referencing the vast selection of fish fries available throughout the Omaha and surrounding areas this year. With the beginning of Lent last Wednesday comes the Catho...

En Garde, and Bon Appetit!

En Garde, and Bon Appetit!

Ava Dreessen, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

Tighten your paper crowns, raise your flags, make sure you've disinfected your hands prior, and get ready to travel back to a simpler time. That is, the Medieval Times. This eating establishment was created to take its customers into a world of gallant knights, noble steeds, and joust fights like t...

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