New yr, new eating choices for Omaha
The Switch at Blackstone’s change of ownership brings bonus restaurants, the first of which is flying this weekend. Dirty Birds will celebrate their grand opening on January 2nd. You may have tried the secret recipe during a Dirty Dandelion Popup this summer. The menu is focused, but not without pleasant surprises.
Personally, I am happy about the grilled allspice cheese with jam, but your family dinner is also covered. Dirty Birds offers half, quarter or whole chicken biscuit dishes to take away. Follow them on Instagram @Dirty_Birds_Omaha for details, food pics and specials.
A few months ago we mentioned a group and movement called Keep Local Alive. The group regularly runs “Boost Crew” initiatives to get traffic to restaurants in trouble. This week the crew is aiming for Jack and Mary at 655 N 114th Street. It is pointed out to restaurants that they are being used specifically to accommodate the influx of traffic. Come visit us and visit www.move20savelocal.com to find out more.
More than three
Luck was great when Three Happiness reopened its doors on December 26th. To meet the demand, a compressed menu was introduced. Many guests reported long waiting times, but without complaint. Given how long Omaha had to wait for those doors to move, a couple of hours is manageable. Welcome back!
2020 is almost in hindsight
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate the clearance of the year, follow us on Instagram. We’ve put together a story highlight of restaurants with NYE specials, cocktails and extraordinary take-away meals. @ TheReaderOmahaDish
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