Here’s a outline of news and records from Lincoln’s dining scene, commencement with MoMo Pizzeria and Ristorante.
Momo non-stop Monday during 7701 Pioneers Blvd. Owned by Anthony Bonelli, MoMo specializes in pizza and pasta, adhering to a slow-food transformation and locally sourcing a ingredients.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. The kitchen closes during 10 p.m., though a singular menu is accessible until 11 p.m. For some-more information, call 402-261-5966. Bonelli told me he skeleton to have his website adult subsequent week.
* This is a 10th anniversary for a Junior League of Lincoln’s foodie event, and it skeleton to do it adult big.
“Dish It Up” is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday during The Cornhusker Marriott, 333 S. 13th St., and will underline Lincoln’s tip chefs pairing dishes with wines.
Tickets are $50 and accessible during jll.org. While many people indent around during “Dish It Up,” tables can be reserved. They are $500 for 10 or $300 for 6.
Having attended a handful of these in a past, we can contend a eventuality is value a cost and your time.
* The University of Nebraska-Lincoln section of Public Relations Students Society of America again will partner with Lincoln restaurants on Wednesday to sell peanut butter-themed entrees, with deduction benefiting a Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach and St. Monica’s Behavior Health Services for Women.
Some of a participating restaurants embody HF Crave, Honest Abe’s Burgers and Freedom, Sebastian’s Table, Single Barrel, Wilderness Ridge and Noodles Company.
In addition, several Lincoln businesses will reason weeklong food drives collecting peanut butter and jelly. Some of a participating businesses embody Cline Williams, Lincoln Children’s Museum, Knudsen Law, Nebraska Department of Insurance, Cornhusker Bank, Swanson Russell, Archrival, Snitily Carr, Assurity Life Insurance Company, Arbor Day Foundation, Jacht Ad Lab, Frontier Bank and IS Salon. For some-more information, go to unl.edu/prssa.
* Russ’s Market’s 2014 Wine and Food Experience during Embassy Suites lifted a record $43,550.56 for a Lincoln Community Playhouse. The eventuality has now lifted some-more than $200,000 for a museum in a 6 years.
Meanwhile, a East Lincoln Business Association presented a check for $10,113.68 to a Food Bank of Lincoln from a initial BaconfEAST during a Lancaster Event Center. Organizers devise to make a event, that sole out a 1,000 tickets, “bigger and better” in 2015.
* Wine enthusiasts take note. Blur Parties, in partnership with a Nebraska Winery and Grape Growers Association, will benefaction a initial “Toast Nebraska,” a booze festival featuring 17 Nebraska booze producers during Mahoney State Park.
The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 3 and 4.The eventuality also will embody total booze samplings, booze pairings, booze education, an pledge wine-making competition, singular food pairings, live music, art and valuables vendors, and trolley tours via a park. Tickets are $25 (nonalcohol), $35 and $65 (VIP). For reservations, go to toastnebraska.com or call 402-882-2448.
* The initial Nebraska Smoothie King non-stop final Friday in Lincoln during 5141 O St. The store, one of some-more than 600 around a country, is owned by Kim Masek and Rick and Kim Stockman. The sequence is famous for a fruit smoothies. Hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday by Friday; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. For some-more information, call 402-464-5464 or go to smoothieking.com.