This Weekend in Omaha #56

Speed Dating, Winter Beanfest, Chocolate Walk, Whiskey & Wings, Stoned Drunk Comedy, The Tower, Drag Brunch – Will you take this weekend?

I know we’ve only dated a year but this FEELS right

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Thursday – 2/13/20

Friday – 2/14/20

Saturday – 2/15/20

Sunday – 2/16/20

**Weather Report**

“A high of 16 today, but by Sunday a high of 50, I don’t know much about weather, but that’s pretty nifty. These guys know about weather.

Pick of the Week

Ok so I go to The Down Under Lounge a lot, I get it, but this is honestly where I will be. Lucy and Charlie are awesome performers and since I have no girlfriend this year, again, I think this is a good place to drown my sorrows around that fact. And who knows? Maybe I will find the courage to get up there and sing a tune on stage? Or talk to that cute gal at the bar? Probably not. But I will be drunk surrounded by live music so I got that goin for me which is nice.

Friday 2/14/20

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Cascio’s Steak HouseStill There Since 1946

A steakhouse sounds fitting for this Valentine’s day, and why not pick the oldest one in town (I think)? Cascio’s has been around for generations and your grand pappy won’t let you forget that fact. It’s the feature this week.

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Fun Fact: Historians believe Valentine’s Day actually began in Ancient Rome as a pagan fertility festival called Lupercalia, with the celebration dedicated to Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, and Roman founders Romulus and Remus. According to, the day was celebrated with activities that included sacrificing animals and whipping women with animal skins until they bled, signifying their fertility… And not much has changed today!

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