A big announcement: Restaurant reviews are coming back to Omaha

A private Nice Rollz experience for the books

Berkshire Hathaway is back. Here’s where to eat.

Omaha’s best steaks (and one in Lincoln) to eat during BRK weekend

Two fun Fish Friday suggestions for the last Friday of Lent

Prime rib with side of history: Johnny’s, iconic Stockyards steakhouse, turns 100

Restaurant Reviews

Review: At Winchester Bar & Grill, your small town dive bar burger dreams come true in Omaha

Review: At Dynamite, some dishes are on fire, while others lack spark

Review: At the tiny Khao Niao, Thai and Vietnamese classics are made with care

Review: At Saffron, well-executed Indian classics are great, and there’s more to come

Review: The Dundee Dell is back for a new generation of locals

Review: At Gather in Omaha, “something for everyone” turns out to be a rare success


Burger Review: Is this Omaha’s fanciest hamburger? I think so. — I’ve eaten a lot of fancy hamburgers in my day (I did a whole Food Prowl back in the day on the topic of gourmet burgers, which you…

Burger Review: The Drover’s burger is the one you wish you could grill at home

Burger Review: Small touches make the Blatt Burger stand out

Burger Review: Fizzy’s diner burger should be on your brunch list

Burger Review: In Lieu of a Reuben, I tried the Crescent Moon’s house smash burger

Help us choose 64 burgers for the Omaha Burger Bracket


In New York doing New York things.

The wait is over. My first review after two challenging years for the Omaha food scene is here. At @izakayakoji, chef David Utterback is once again pushing Omaha’s dining scene forward; this time, he’s doing it with small skewers of meat.Well, that and a whole lot more. Find it now at the link in my bio. This review (and many more to come) produced in partnership with @growomaha.

I am so excited to announce that starting June 2, I will be back to writing regular, new restaurant reviews about Omaha food! Thanks to a new partnership with @growomaha, the reviews will be shared on both my site and on Grow Omaha Eats, as well as in both my newsletter and their weekly market report. Read more right up at the link in my bio.

Last night @kristinally made a group of friends an absolutely delicious three courses of @nicerollz style Korean. I can’t stop thinking about it, so I decided to write about it. I sure hope the rest of Omaha gets to eat this too. I can’t wait to see what this talented chef (and downright kind human) does for our city next. Read all about it at the link in my bio.