Tommy Colina’s, Nothing Bundt Cakes

* Tommy Colina’s Kitchen opened near 35th and Farnam and by all accounts has been chockablock full of Kiewit employees at lunch. The restaurant, owned by Jon Dye and Grant Ludlin (of Shucks Fish House and Oyster Bar), is serving breakfast and lunch weekdays with plans to start a weekend brunch in the near future. The owners’ children, Tommy, Melina and Colin are the eatery’s namesake. Visit tommycolinas.com or call 502.9027 for more information. * Nothing Bundt Cakes, which opened last week at One Pacific Place, serves just what it says: bundt cakes and only bundt cakes. The restaurant/bakery is a small chain out of Las Vegas, Nev., with locations across the Southwest and now in Omaha. It sells cakes in miniature, tiered, 8-inch and 10-inch rounds in nine flavors with decorative flair. Visit nothingbundtcakes.com or call 933.9305 for more information.

posted at 06:05 pm
on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

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