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In 2000, a group of farmers decided to diversify their crop production by planting twirling wine grapes into the rolling Midwestern hills. The initial smattering of vines quickly grew into a 4-acre vineyard and led to the launch of Silver Hills Vineyards & Winery, a small operation intent on crafting 100% Nebraska wines. The vintners’ Midwestern pride can be seen in their choice of ingredients—all wines are made with fruit grown at local vineyards and tattooed with the state motto—as well as their choice of decor: the outdoor tasting deck is shaped like Nebraska.
Silver Hills produces red, white, rosé, and berry wines, which visitors can sample during the vineyards’ limited hours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Bottle labels display woodcuts by John Schirmer, a resident of neighboring Iowa who has carved wood professionally for more than 35 years.
Each Wild Willy's house of celebrations is fully stocked with a wide variety of incandescently colored explosives for any and all midsummer festivities. Noisemakers can instigate the hoopla with a 36-pack of M-70 firecrackers ($2.50), while military buffs can use the package of sparkler-wielding mini tanks ($0.25 apiece) to re-create the American-Antarctica War's decisive Battle of Dwarfish Artillery. The company also carries 200-gram and 500-gram cakes, such as the Aftershock, from which 19 nebulas of red, green, and gold explode and linger in the night sky. Find firework fountains, sparklers, and artillery shells—all ideal gifts for the Independence Day lover that already has a Bill of Rights leather jacket.
Viaduct Gardens’ greenhouse brims with thriving flora for yards and homes. The garden center carries plants that range from annuals and perennials to fruits and roses. It also stocks plant-related accessories, including hanging baskets, tiered planters, and “plant heads”—planters that resemble people heads.
With a recently opened retail outlet in Elkhorn, QC Supply equips tireless homeowners and common consumers with everything from hunting gear to lawn and garden supplies. In addition to pet supplies, the shop stocks specialty clothing and footwear. Farmers tired of low-rise jeans can slip comfortably into a pair of bib overalls ($28.89+) or a patented Bow Valley short sleeve sweatbuster tee ($8.65–$10.65). Garden growers eagerly trying to transform pale appendages into green thumbs can pick up tools ranging from a Corona extendable handle rake ($8.99) or hoe ($8.99) to an American Backyard windmill ($54.99–$79.99). A variety of pet-friendly goods, such as a Tuffy boomerang toy ($10.99) or Purina Tidy Cats litter ($6.99), appeases four-legged friends.
Hosted in conjunction with the Nebraska Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Beer Extravaganza raises money, awareness, and spirits with more than 150 types of craft and import beers. Join throngs of brew lovers in the indoor open-tasting area where beer vendors will hawk their wares and hold tryouts for the Olympic keg-stand team. Taste beloved brews and new, nutty draughts alike, or spend some time with old imported standards such as Heineken, Dos Equis, and Corona. Between sips, guests can solve lingering hops conundrums during chats with more than 25 brewers, representing beers ranging from Peroni and Pilsner Urquell to Boulevard and New Belgium. Take a postconversation breather in the beer garden, refueling with a nosh from food vendors, moseying through a contemplative stroll, or sculpting a new beard out of beer foam.
Miche bags employ a crafty design that creates a head-spinning array of custom options that prohibit bags from cultivating lint farms and spawning legions of pennies. A Miche bag base comes in two sizes (a Miche bag is a standard two-handled purse, while the Miche big bag base is more of a satchel) and can be fitted with a wide variety of striking small or large magnetic bag shells that fit snugly like cocoons of head-turning fashionableness. Boast tartan taste with a plaid Tori design for $24.95 or harness nature’s flair with a Zoe blue piece for $19.95. Additional accessories add practical pizzazz through handles and organizers that leave other spare handbags in the dust on speedy fashion runways.
We create original designs for our customers that allows them to stand out in a crowd and showcase their message or event!
In the days before kegs and bottles, beer enthusiasts would have to cart a bucket to their local brewery, fill it up, and carry it (gently) home. Lucky Bucket Brewing Company pays tribute to brewing history both in its name and its traditional brewing techniques.
Lucky Bucket’s flavorsome creations are crafted inside an 18,000-square-foot brew house. Gleaming silver tankards give birth to bottles of a pre-Prohibition-style lager, a pleasantly floral IPA, and the dark, malty imperial porter Certified Evil.
The facility operates a craft brewery, as well as Nebraska's only craft distillery, which turns out hand-crafted spirits such as Cut Spike Single-Malt Whiskey and Cut Spike Premium Vodka. The distillery ages it's whiskey for two years in brand new American oak barrels.
Amid the lime-green and burnt-orange walls of Creation Station, an encouraging staff inspires visitors to follow their artistic impulses as they use pottery as their canvas. Seven days a week, experienced and casual artists alike can plunge their brushes into a rainbow of paints and let loose on a variety of mugs, figurines, and dishes. Once colorized to the artist’s content, finished bisque pieces visit a fiery kiln, where colors become more vibrant and snowmen melt into carrot-and-coal soup. Revelers can also gather at Creation Station to celebrate special occasions, such as birthdays, or make Christmas ornaments during the winter season.
Specializing in baseball and softball equipment, Primetime Sporting Goods stocks its shelves with bats, gloves, and apparel from brand-name manufacturers including Louisville Slugger and Rawlings. Homerun hitters can launch curveballs into orbit or tickle a giant with a Rawlings Big Stick wooden bat ($18.99), or utilize the lightweight protection of a wire face mask ($9.95) to harbor mugs from off-target pitches and projectile sunflower seeds. Featuring adjustable sizes, a Mizuno softball glove ($42.99) imparts easy-to-close webbing ideal for beginners, and a Rawlings catcher's mitt ($69.99) allows backstops to snag low throws within the soft gallows of oil-infused leather. Game callers can showcase the latest umpire fashions with a variety of chest protectors ($27.99+), leg guards ($32.99+), and stylish, force-field-emitting trousers.
Whipping up tasty bites made fresh from itch with all-natural ingredients, 84th Street Café provides a neighborhood spot for home-style meals without serving vinyl siding with a side of roof shingles. A welcoming ambience soothes hungry nerves and allows for laid-back taste-bud stimulation akin to licking batteries on a Tempur-Pedic bed. Amid a relaxing, window-wrapped atmosphere, patrons can sample a wide variety of big-portioned menu options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and every imaginary meal in between. Try a tongue-tantalizing breakfast burrito platter with chorizo, fruit, and hash browns ($7.25), Luis’s famous spicy pork chili with a dish of rainbow sherbet ($4.25, lunch; $5.25, dinner), or beef pot pie topped with crispy cheddar ($8.50, $12.50). Drinks such as wine and desserts like the cheesecake of the day ($4.25) pair with each meal much better than a clingy barnacle.
Bold shades of pink peek through Runway Boutique?s floor-to-ceiling windows, enticing passersby inside to peruse the store?s selection of fashionable apparel from top designers. The racks are filled with tops, dresses, and jeans from brands such as Big Star, Hudson Jeans, LA Idol, Havaianas, and Rock Revival, as well as seasonal accessories that can accompany a summer dress or a wintertime coat made of yak pelts. The store completely overhauls its inventory every season, allowing guests to stay up-to-date on the latest fashion trends.
Omaha Nutrition Center is a group of three General Nutrition Centers (GNC's) that are owned and operated by Don and AnneMarie Haferbier in Omaha, Nebraska. Our goal is to help you live the healthiest life possible.
Complete Nutrition provides a variety of nutritional supplements for weight loss, sports nutrition, and healthy aging. For those who have accidentally stored too much food for the winter, Tone softgel weight-loss supplements can help empty stuffed pouches and cheeks while keeping lean muscle intact ($49.99). An herbal cleanse aids in toxin cleansing and rejuvenation (59.95), and M.A.S.S. Project Buzzerk flows straight to the muscles, giving them the brawn necessary to finally overthrow the archaic skeletal system ($63.99). No bodily system is overlooked in the product array, including the immune system, which can recharge with Smart Smoothie formula made from whey protein and naturally occurring amino acids such as sun-sweat and rainbow juice ($39.99).
It's hard to miss Wooden Windmill when driving down Broad Street. That's because, true to its name, there's a two-story wooden windmill at the front of the building. According to an article in the Fremont Tribune, the restaurant's previous owners bought this vintage contraption at a Silver Creek auction in 1982 and had it hauled to their eatery. The current owners made some renovations to add a party room in the actual windmill, making it a truly unique dining spot in the area.
The menu here has always featured home-cooked comfort food, with recent additions of Mexican dishes and recipes from Baby Huey's BBQ. Owner Kevin Hulett is one of the original creators of Baby Huey's, a style that's proven itself in regional barbecue circuits and condiment wrestling matches.