Vincenzo’s has a new West Omaha Location and Another Shout Out for 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest,

Vincenzo’s has a new location, 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest, World’s Best Cheese

Vincenzo’s Ristorante is moving its West Omaha location
Vincenzo’s will be making a new home on the corner of 157th and Pacific by Hector’s West and Mama’s Pizza. Saturday April 21 will be Vincenzo’s last night on 144th and Blondo and will reopen in their new location Wednesday, April 25.  For more information go to www.vincenzos-ne.com or call 402.498.3889

Another Shout Out for the 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest
Put Friday May 18 and Saturday May 19 on your calendars for the 2nd Annual Omaha Beer Fest in Stinson Park at Aksarben Village. There will be 150 different beers along with beer seminars and music. Your attendance will help support Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. Go to www.showclix.com, type in Omaha Beer Fest and you’re ready to purchase tickets.

If you had $8,400, what would you buy?
Would 24 pounds of the Worlds Best Cheese make your list? According to the Washington Post, a 24 pound wheel of Dutch Vermeer, a low-fat gouda, was bought for $8400 by an Illinois dairy supplier at a fundraiser held for local cheese makers. The cheese beat out all other contenders and was awarded the highest title of World’s Best Cheese at the 2012 World cheese championship in Madison Wisc. last month.

posted at 05:20 pm
on Monday, April 16th, 2012

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