Monthly Archive: December 2014

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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...

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Hospitality: Lincoln’s Hotels

Lincoln offers big-city hotels that greet visitors with the friendly service of a small town. If you want a “home away from home” in Lincoln for a convention, a family vacation or a romantic getaway, Lincoln hotels can fulfill your...

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Lincoln’s Culture Centers

By Sriyani Tidball Lincoln’s culture has changed dramatically in the past decade. Today in Lincoln, unusual, ethnic vegetables are mainstream at an ordinary supermarket. When it comes to ethnic restaurants, Lincoln boasts of many, wonderful options. If it is Indian food you...

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Lincoln’s Coffee Culture

America rediscovered its love for coffee in the coffee house boom of the early 90’s. Lincoln was no exception. A culture of coffee houses still flourishes here. They provide a unique way to socialize, or to simply sit alone and...