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Drink Wine with Wine People

The Boiler Room’s Fourth Annual Guild of Sommeliers Dinner is scheduled for Thursday, August 28 at 5:30 PM. This five course meal is hosted by Master Sommeliers Matt Stamp and Jesse Becker. This annual dinner is a fundraiser for the Guild of Sommeliers. Reserve a ticket ($225, not including tax and gratuity) beforehand to make sure you get a spot. http://www.boilerroomomaha.com

The Good Food Revolution

Sustainable art shows are popping up all over town, all with the mutual goal of bringing attention to the sustainability movement. The pieces displayed are designed to prompt conversation about where our food comes from and what people can do to make sure they are eating real, actual food instead of ersatz, processed junk. Upcoming shows include Branched Oak Farm on September 6 and Dixie Quicks on September 11. http://www.lexiconofsustainability.com

Fido Likes Dundee

Marks Bistro wants to remind everyone that they not only have a beautiful outdoor patio available while the weather is nice, but also that the patio is a dog-friendly spot. So if you prefer to bring your dog with you everywhere you go, you’re in luck if you also have a hankering for some really good food. http://www.marksindundee.com

Attack of the 50 ft Brunette

Attendees at the Great Nebraska Beer Fest on August 23 will be among the first to try Nebraska Brewing Company’s newest collaboration with New Holland Brewing. Dubbed “Attack of the 50 ft Brunette,” this brown ale features notes of vanilla and clove. http://www.nebraskabrewingco.com

posted at 02:30 pm
on Thursday, August 14th, 2014

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