Local restaurant owners are trying signing bonuses, incentives for existing employees and internet blitzes to find and keep staff.
Pastry chef Tina Tweedy is opening a chocolate shop in the Old Market Passageway.
This is the largest menu revamp in the restaurant’s history.
Toast, the tech company coming to Omaha, says it wants to revolutionize the business of paying for restaurant bills — and the restaurant business itself. It might be on the way to doing just that.
Omaha restaurateurs Ron Samuelson, of Della Costa and Herbe Sainte, and Greg Cutchall, of Jams and many other Omaha spots, plan to reopen the space as Kith & Kin the week after Thanksgiving.
Omaha restaurateurs Ron Samuelson and Greg Cutchall together plan to take over the former Paragon Dundee, which closed Sunday.
The store will occupy about 25,000 square feet at L Street Marketplace in a former Best Buy.
The restaurant at 2855 S. 168th St. has undergone a rebranding and a renovation over the past few months, but has remained open throughout the changes.
The chain says it offers “designer brands curated for moms that balance casual style with cutting-edge trends.” The store employs stylists who can help pick out full outfits for customers.
Omaha’s Egg & I restaurants will be converted to First Watch restaurants, another breakfast and lunch concept.
Just like at retailers, restaurants have seen falling traffic over the past year — a trend that is leading some chains to pull back on expansion or close stores altogether.
This scenario has repeated itself enough times in the past year that I got to thinking: Why do so many Omaha restaurants have television sets in the dining room? I wanted to find out.
Sports bars say they try to accommodate requests from those who want to watch and listen to certain games
While Lo-Lo’s has a vibrant atmosphere and decent service, the execution in the kitchen is uneven at best.
A Jams Bar and Grill is headed to the Old Market.
Breakfast and lunch chain First Watch has acquired competitor the Egg & I, but the chains’ Omaha operators said no changes are expected at…