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Foodies brings back evening hours

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Take a look at the apple pie from Omaha baker Brittany Gubbels.

A fast-casual midtown restaurant is now open on evenings again.

Foodies, 351 N. 78th St., is reverting to its normal hours: 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. The change takes effect on Nov. 21.

The restaurant is known for its fresh, locally sourced food and for addressing a wide variety of dietary needs, including food allergies, vegan and vegetarian diets and gluten-free foods.

You can see menus — including one for vegans — at foodiesomaha.com.

October Omaha Dines Stories by Betsie Freeman

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The Moore sisters' senior year at Elkhorn High School has a bit more excitement as the operators of an unusual coffee shop that’s become something of a social media sensation. 

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If you missed the Curderburger last year, you have another chance to harden your arteries this month. The burger is on the menu at area Culver’s restaurants until Oct. 31.

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Ancho and Agave will open in the former Pier 1 Imports location at the shopping center near 168th Street and West Dodge Road. 

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You can order at piroshkybakery.com until 4 p.m. on Oct. 25.

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The event runs through Oct. 23 and features the breakfast and lunch restaurant’s Flying Pig line of artisan sausages.

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A four-pound breast averages about $60. Every order is cash only.

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So given all the elements you must consider, it’s also no piece of cake to choose the perfect apple pie from several contenders.

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Former Nebraska football player Lance Brown is making sure Don and Marie Losole's legacy with Lo Sole Mio will continue with a brand new Italian restaurant at the well known Omaha location. 

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Simply Delicious is currently open part-time, but current owner Wendy Deane said a new owner could double its income by adding days and hours.

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Betsie covers a little bit of everything for The World-Herald's Living section, including theater, religion and anything else that might need attention. Phone: 402-444-1267.

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