Posts from October 2014

Omaha Restaurant Week - Brix

Friday, October 31, 2014 3:00 AM by Iowa Foodie Review

By: Amy

Iowa Foodie - Brix

For dinner on our trip to Omaha for Restaurant Week, we dined at Brix. Located in Omaha's Midtown Crossing neighborhood at 220 S 31st Ave, Ste 3103, Brix is much more than just a restaurant. It's really a sort of a total food and wine experience, with a retail and wine market, bar and restaurant all in the same space.

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By: Amy

Beer - iowa foodie

Another fun thing we did when we were in Omaha for Restaurant Week is visit a couple of craft breweries featured in the Omaha Craft Brewery Tour. Once again, our friends from Visit Omaha were kind enough to set us up with a free pint at each of 8 great breweries in Omaha - and the best thing is that if you want to request your own brewery card, just click here!

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Exploring Omaha's Old Market District

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 3:00 AM by Midwest Wanderer

By: Connie Reed

The Old Market

Historic districts are always fun to explore, especially when cobblestone streets are lined with old brick buildings filled with unique shops, art galleries and interesting pubs and restaurants. That describes to a T Omaha’s Old Market District, a former warehousing area developed in the 1880s.

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5 Ways to Enjoy Omaha's New Garden Under Glass

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 3:00 AM by Karyn Spencer

By: Karyn


blog - midwest living - lauritzen conservatory

A cascading waterfall, palm trees and a rush of warm air greet visitors as they step into Omaha’s newest attraction, the Marjorie K. Daugherty Conservatory at Lauritzen Gardens. Last weekend, I was among the first guests to wander through the $21 million, 20,000-square-foot glass garden that features a Tropical House, Temperate House and temporary plant display area.

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