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Omaha Loves Our James Beard Award Semifinalist

Congratulations to Chef Clayton and team at The Grey Plume on being nominated as a James Beard Foundation semifinalist for 2014 Best Chef Award, Midwest. Follow or copy the link below for other nominations.
http://www.jamesbeard.org/blog/2014-restaurant-and-chef-award-semifinalists.


More Talent Coming from the Grey Plume

Chase Grove, chef de partie at The Grey Plume, Omaha, will be competing in a regional cooking competition March 17, in St. Louis during the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) Central Regional Conference. Grove is competing for the title of ACF Central Region Student Chef of the Year against three other aspiring chefs. If Grove wins the regional competition, he will go on to compete for the national title July 25-29 in Kansas City, Mo.

 

Thank You, Venice Inn, For All The Great Years

Eli Caniglia’s Vencie Inn is closing their doors. This Omaha staple located at 6920 Pacific street has seen its heyday come and go. Brothers and owners, Jerry and Chuck Caniglia have accepted a developer's offer and will be closing their restaurant on May 3. According to the Omaha World Herald, Jerry states “It has been a joy to serve those customers for all those years. And we would not have survived without our loyal staff.” Luckily, there is still time to partake in your menu favorite before this love story ends.

posted at 04:40 pm
on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

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