A popular Indian restaurant that opened three years ago near 138th and P streets in the Millard neighborhood is moving in late October.
Kinaara’s new location at the Regency Mall near 102nd Street and Regency Parkway is larger than the original, owners Ashish and Kimberly Sathyan said in a Facebook post.
The restaurant became a favorite with Omaha diners soon after its launch, even amid the pandemic when it was only takeout. The Sathyans said the Millard site would remain open until shortly before the move and the new site would open shortly after.
They said they would provide updates when specific dates are set.
“This move would not have been possible without all of your support,” they said. “We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
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Opening of a new bakery on the former site of Spudnutz in Elkhorn
Sugared Ledge Bakery will soon open in a small Elkhorn mall.
It will occupy the former Spudnutz space, which closed in May. This store – a location of a popular Lake Okoboji bakery – opened in April 2021 and was owned by Cutchall Management Co.
The new bakery promises daily fresh donuts, cakes, cupcakes and coffee. It already advertises wedding cakes – you can call 531-710-3343 to schedule a tasting. You can also pre-order donuts.
Its Facebook page announced that it will open in October.
The store address is 920 N. 204th Ave., Suite 120. Learn more about facebook.com/sugaredledge.
Eat at Buck’s, shop at a fashion boutique on Sundays
Waterloo, Nebraska-based fashion boutique Beyond the Basics will have a pop-up Sunday at Buck’s Bar & Grill, 27849 West Center Road in Venice, Nebraska.
The boutique sells clothing, shoes, handbags, sportswear, and a variety of accessories, among others. The pop-up, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., is his second at Buck’s.
The event will include surprise drawings.
Buck’s calls itself “the destination dive bar”. It’s known for its live music and menu that goes beyond standard bar food, including offerings like whiskey-marinated steak, prime rib, jumbo prawns and a full fried chicken dinner. .
It is open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. from Tuesday to Thursday; 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday; noon to 1 a.m. Saturday; and from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
For upcoming concerts and a menu, visit bucksbarandgrill.com.
Stokes West plans a four-course wine dinner
Wines of Duck Horn Domains will be featured at a four-course wine dinner on September 29 at Stokes Grill and Bar West, 13615 California St.
It will feature a menu of smoked duck breast with berry jam and butternut squash, wild mushroom crepe with Hollandaise sauce, beef medallions with cauliflower risotto and fresh vegetables, and Death by Chocolate (chocolate four ways.)
Wines will include pinot noir, chardonnay, red and merlot.
Dinner is $89 per person and begins at 6:30 p.m. Call 402-498-0804 or visit stokesrestaurant.com and click on “blog” to read more.
Just Good Meat is bringing back lunch specials
Take-out lunches are back at Just Good Meat near 84th and J.
They are available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday. You can call in five or more orders or just stop for a single meal.
Smoked sausages and smoked beef franks will be served daily. The chef’s dishes will be posted on Facebook. Fries and a drink are included with every order.
Go to facebook.com/justgoodmeatomaha for more information.
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