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B5 Brewing Company NB

B5 Brewing Company opened earlier this month 6115 Maple Street in Benson. Led by master brewer Aaron Bush, the brewery is a collaborative effort with his wife, Kate, and their adult children. The business offers a diverse range of craft beers, each one a unique blend of flavors and craftsmanship.

The Jewel on Capitol April 2024

The Jewell on Capitol, the live music venue in The Capitol District downtown, is making a comeback after closing last fall. The venue, which is located inside the Marriott Hotel, is now hiring servers and bartenders. An opening date has not been formally announced.

Voodoo Taco April 2024

Voodoo Taco has opened a second downtown location in the former Michael’s Cantina space at 1102 Harney Street in the Old Market. Voodoo’s other downtown location is at 25th & Farnam Street.

Thirstea April 2024

Thirstea, a new beverage franchise, plans to open this summer at 3838 North 168th Street next to Little King in a retail strip in front of Walmart, according to Perkins-Critser Construction, which is building out the space. Thirstea is a different franchise than the Thirst Tea Café restaurants, which have several Omaha locations.

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B5 Brewing Company NB

B5 Brewing Company opened earlier this month 6115 Maple Street in Benson. Led by master brewer Aaron Bush, the brewery is a collaborative effort with his wife, Kate, and their adult children. The business offers a diverse range of craft beers, each one a unique blend of flavors and craftsmanship.

The Jewel on Capitol April 2024

The Jewell on Capitol, the live music venue in The Capitol District downtown, is making a comeback after closing last fall. The venue, which is located inside the Marriott Hotel, is now hiring servers and bartenders. An opening date has not been formally announced.

Voodoo Taco April 2024

Voodoo Taco has opened a second downtown location in the former Michael’s Cantina space at 1102 Harney Street in the Old Market. Voodoo’s other downtown location is at 25th & Farnam Street.

Thirstea April 2024

Thirstea, a new beverage franchise, plans to open this summer at 3838 North 168th Street next to Little King in a retail strip in front of Walmart, according to Perkins-Critser Construction, which is building out the space. Thirstea is a different franchise than the Thirst Tea Café restaurants, which have several Omaha locations.