Category: Food

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Sweet Ladies

by Charlyne Berens Any wise man will tell you Lincoln is full of sweet ladies. But some of those women are sweet not just figuratively but literally. Some of them have built their own businesses around their love for cakes,...

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Happy Hour in the Capital City

by Tyler Thomas, Co-Founder/Managing Editor of NebraskaFoodie.com At Nebraska Foodie, we spend a lot of traveling around the state and eating at local restaurants, dives and food trucks and on occasion we have a chance to venture outside of the...

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Lincoln Nightlife

A visionary mayor, ultramodern arena, born again Haymarket, expanding university and enduring appeal of time-honored venues are together writing a new chapter in Lincoln’s nightlife. In just the past two years, the Haymarket alone has added 21 establishments. To make...

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Good Local Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Healthy home-grown food strengthens the local food economy and creates awareness of the social, environmental, and health benefits of growing and eating what is grown locally. To add to these benefits, local markets offer an opportunity to...

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Lincoln’s Local Wine

By Jim Ballard Over the last 20 years there has been an explosion of wineries across the United States. From 1995 to 2015 the number of wineries has increased from around 1,800 to nearly 8,500. Nebraska has mirrored the surge...

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Exotic Fruits and Vegetables Fill the Local Markets

by Sriyani Tidball Buy local, support local farms, buy organic, buy fresh, eat healthy — Lincoln supports an amazing array of summer farmers’ markets all around the city. With Lincoln choosing fresher and more nutritious foods, this has become a...

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Nightlife in Lincoln

By Luke Tidball Vega • 350 Canopy Street Ste 220 Mon-Sun 11am-2am Vega is a hip new venue in the Haymarket started by four Lincolnites. They emphasize their love for live music and get some amazing artists to perform at...

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Lincoln’s Own Wine Story

Located in Raymond just North of Lincoln, James Arthur Vineyard is Nebraska’s largest and oldest vineyard. It sits on 400 acres of prairie grassland and has been family owned and operated for the past 17 years by co-owners Jim and...

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The Deets on Lincoln Eats

by Tyler Thomas, Co-Founder/Managing Editor of NebraskaFoodie.com Small plates stacked high and carafes of house made sangria are topped off from the tap at the bar. Sitting in the corner, nibbling on spicy green beans we watch the open prep...