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Lucky Bucket Brewing Company proudly presents their Inaugrual OKTOBERFEST!!
Friday September 13th, 2013. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. and the party goes until 11:00 p.m. Kicking things off will be the Barry Boyce Polka Band playing live throughout the event. Enjoy some German food, German Music, and an exceptional German Beer with Lucky Bucket's Oktoberfest Release. “Lederhosen and Dirndle Optional, but always recommended.” Tickets available at the door the day of event for $7. Oktoberfest is being held at Lucky Bucket Brewery, 11941 Centennial Road in La Vista. Must be 21 years of age or older, no kids or dogs please. Beer Sales will also include Lucky Bucket Lager, Wheat, IPA, Evil, and Oktoberfest for $3 and cocktails will also be available for $5. For more info, visit luckybucketbrewing.com.

Voodoo Taco is now open on 90th and Fort in Omaha. There has been a lot of buzz around the opening of this place, who claims to have “Wicked Good Tacos. ” With success out of Austin Texas and the Northeast, you will have to try it and let the Reader know how wicked it really is. Voodoo Taco specializes in every kind of meat from Alligator to Lobster and everything in between. Are you game? Voodoo Taco is located at 5402 North 90th Street or visit http://www.voodootaco.com for more information.

News from Johnny’s Café at 4702 South 27th St.,: 

“September is a celebration of the founder Frank Kawa's birthday. Frank was a polish immigrant with a love for great food and drink who had the American dream and gumption to open his own little restaurant (Johnny's) in 1922. Stop in for dinner September 3 - 21 and enjoy his favorite steak - a 12 oz. Omaha Strip Steak for $19.22. The dinner includes salad and potato.”
Johnny’s Café is also a great place to watch the Nebraska Husker Games. Relax in their comfortable lounge and enjoy a full menu while watching the Huskers. They also offer a great take-away menu to satisfy all your tailgating needs. For more info, visit http://www.johnnyscafe.com.

posted at 06:27 am
on Tuesday, September 03rd, 2013

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