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Sistine Chapel exhibition to feature a Taste of Italy in Omaha Saturday
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Sistine Chapel exhibition to feature a Taste of Italy in Omaha Saturday

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Check out this tasty dish centered around sun-dried tomatoes.

"Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition", the internationally acclaimed touring exhibition, will host an intimate dining experience at The Capitol District, 1100 Capitol Ave., from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday.

The night will feature live music, Italian food, wine. The chef-driven menu by Attitude on Food will include some of Italy’s most classic dishes, such as:

• Antipasto skewers

• Caprese salads

• Bruschettas

• Pasta Wheel — Fresh, cooked pasta is mixed in a parmesan wheel in front of guests

Paired with Italian-inspired signature drinks that enhance the tasting notes of the dishes, and pop-up performances from Opera Omaha throughout the evening, guests will be transported to one of Rome’s most treasured sites.

Tickets are $19 and can be purchased at https://sistinechapelexhibit.com/omaha/.

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cbclark@owh.com; 402-444-3118

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