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Corner Creperie opens; Wasabi Sushi for sale



Corner Creperie opens downtown

The Corner Creperie now is open in north downtown Omaha. The restaurant, near the Creighton University campus and the Joslyn Art Museum, is off 24th and Chicago Streets at 343 N. 24th St.

The restaurant is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

The restaurant features a menu of crepes both sweet and savory, along with soup, salad and coffee drinks. The phone number is 402-955-9577.

Wasabi Sushi for sale

The restaurant, at 14513 West Center Road, is still open for business but the owners are looking for a buyer. More information is available by calling 402-595-0469.

Louie's Wine Dive to opening location in Omaha

The regional chain, which has restaurants in Des Moines and Kansas City, has plans to open at 16920 Wright Plaza in Shops of Legacy.

The restaurant will serve wine, along with comfort food such as burgers, sandwiches and seafood for brunch, lunch and dinner.

Heart-healthy dinner for Valentine's Day

Alegent Creighton Health is having a heart-healthy dinner on Feb. 6, in time for Valentine's Day.

Aaron King, chef at Biaggi's Restaurant, will prepare caprese crostini, sweetheart insalata, chicken osso bucco and dessert. Cardiologist Eric Van De Graaff will talk about common cardiac symptoms and what to do about them. The dinner includes wine, and takes place at Alegent Creighton Health Lakeside Hospital, 16901 Lakeside Hills Court.

The Valentine's Dinner is $15 per person or $25 a couple. Space is limited and advance registration is required. To register, go to AlegentCreighton.com/classes or call 1-800-ALEGENT.

— Staff writer Sarah Baker Hansen

Contact the writer:

402-444-1069, sarah.bakerhansen@owh.com


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