Omaha entrepreneur Nick Bartholomew is opening Dandelion at the Flatiron, a space for pop-up meals and other events, on Sunday in the historic Flatiron Building near 17th Street and St. Mary's Avenue.
Dan Whalen and Moses Moseley shared an interest in starting a fried chicken business, featuring an uber-crispy, super-spicy Nashville-style dish. Their idea came to fruition: Dirty Birds.
Bartholomew, who delivers an idea a minute, took over at The Switch on Dec. 1. “Opening a business in the middle of a pandemic was really interesting. It was a fairly chaotic time.”
Favorite items from the now closed B&G Tasty Foods are on the menu at this week's Dandelion Pop-Up.
Omaha Symphony collaborates with new friends for fall concerts in new locations.
The chef from Monarch Prime and Bar will serve bison burgers and other items this Friday.
Over Easy plans to begin serving the menu of the now-shut Localmotive food truck at its west Omaha location, including the truck’s rounders and sandwiches.
The Blackstone District’s Archetype Coffee has plans for a second location in the newly developing area around the old Bohemian Cafe.
PJ Morgan Real Estate’s investments arm just bought the longtime ethnic restaurant near 13th and William Streets, whose closing last September set off an auction of memorabilia that drew hundreds of nostalgic bidders.
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Restaurateur Nick Bartholomew is debuting a new concept as part of his downtown Omaha Dandelion pop-up this week.
The new location, Phoenix 370, is at 11212 Richland Drive in Papillion, near 132nd Street and Highway 370. The original location is at 12015 Blondo St.
Not only have shortages disappeared, but there are signs of an emerging glut. U.S. prices have tumbled 75 percent from a record in August, after the biggest bird-flu outbreak ever forced farmers to destroy flocks.
Demolition has begun inside. A chute that runs from the building’s top floor into a big trash bin in the alley is being used to dispose of debris. Also being thrown down the chute: the walls inside the units, hallways and common areas.
Business interruption insurance is intended to cover business expenses and provide income to keep the business alive until it reopens, and tips aren’t an expense of the business.
Nick Bartholomew may have to tear down the space to the studs and rebuild, but he has a plan to follow from renovating the former Vivace in 2015, and some ideas for tweaking that plan to make it better.
Omaha trial attorney David Domina said Tuesday that he has been hired by the owners of the destroyed M’s Pub to handle legal matters. That could mean lawsuits are coming after the Saturday fire that tore through the landmark building in the Old Market, leaving only a scarred hulk.
The location, at 4949 Underwood Ave., was formerly home of Beer and Loathing in Dundee, which closed in 2015.
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.