Readers’ Choice 2010 Best New Restaurant

A vegan restaurant that sources locally grown food opened last spring on the lonely corner of 20th and Pierce. Daily Grub was voted Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O New Restaurant, and also got a “Reader Refer” for Best Local-Food-Serving Restaurant, because it offers hearty meals for the socially conscious. But vegan or no, it’s the good food that draws people. Owner and chef Elle Lien offers a menu that...

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Readers’ Choice 2010 Best Coffeeshop

After a dozen years of growth based on premium product and service, Scooter’s Coffeehouse is branding itself as the java fix with “amazing people, serving amazing coffee, amazingly fast.” The formula’s earned the franchise several Best Of honors, including the Omaha Chamber of Commerce Emerging Business of the Year award, and now Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O designation. What started as a single...

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Koterba, OPL and Waging Nonviolence

*Take a break from all your holiday shopping to stop by The Bookworm in Countryside Village at 87th and Pacific, Saturday, Nov. 27, to meet World-Herald editorial cartoonist and Prairie Cat Jeffrey Koterba. He’ll be signing copies of his new book, Inklings, now in paperback. The book recounts Koterba’s evolution as a cartoonist, a hobby he began as a way to detach himself from the pandemonium surrounding him....

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Readers’ Choice 2010 Results: Best Nightlife & Play Winners

Best Bar with Live Music Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Slowdown Readers’ Choice: Waiting Room Readers’ Choice: Ozone Readers’ Recommend: Two Fine Irishmen Best Bar to Study for the Bar Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Homy Inn Readers’ Recommend: Old Chicago Readers’ Recommend: Prestige (now Del Mare) Readers’ Recommend: Urban Wine Company Best Beer Selection Readers’ Choice Best of the...

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Readers’ Choice 2010 Results: Best Personal Services Winners

Best Barber Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Great Clips Readers’ Recommend: Sport Clips Best Beauty Salon Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Garbo’s Salon & Spa Best Bookstore Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Borders Readers’ Choice: Barnes & Noble Readers’ Choice: The Bookworm Readers’ Recommend: Half Price Book Store Best Cell Phone Provider / Carrier Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O:...

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Readers’ Choice 2010 Results: Best Living & Home Services Winners

Best Apartments — Downtown Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Old Market Lofts Readers’ Recommend: Skinner Macaroni Loft Apartments Readers’ Recommend: The Tip Top Best Apartments — Midtown Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Embassy Park Readers’ Recommend: Midtown Crossing Best Apartments — Uptown Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: The Biltmore Best Apartments — West Readers’ Choice Best...

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Readers’ Choice 2010 Results: Best Professional & Health Services Winners

Best Allergist Practice Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: Midwest Allergy & Asthma Clinic Readers’ Recommend: Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Best Attorney — Criminal Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O: James Martin Davis Best Attorney — DUI Readers’ Refer: Al Burns Readers’ Refer: William Pfeffer Readers’ Refer: Ernest Addison Readers’ Refer: Glenn Shapiro Readers’ Refer: Greg Pivovar Readers’...

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