Posts from December 2015

Oh, Kansas City. You will always reign supreme as my home, my favorite city. However, if I’m being totally truthful, a recent weekend visit to another popular Midwest location almost had you dethroned. First, there was the quaint cobblestone and picturesque architecture of the Old Market district. The old-timey feel of its candy store. The mouthwatering, unique dishes introduced to us on a fabulous culinary tour. (Mashed potato burger, I miss you already.) Even the seedy history of the Sporting District had me intrigued.

And the icing on the

Finding Great Beer Somewhere in Middle America

Friday, December 4, 2015 4:43 PM by John Holl

Folks who live on the coasts often joke of “fly-over country,” the swath of land that actually makes up the majority of this great nation. From 37,000 feet, the plains are a patchwork quilt of farms and rivers. This should not be ignored and should be examined from the ground, especially Omaha, Nebraska’s largest city. Here, brewery visits are easy, as many operate within walking distance or a short drive of each other. With a thriving beer and food scene, plus a mix of metropolitan and cowboy, there’s a lot to enjoy and discover.

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