Omaha Restaurants

Hello. I live in Omaha Nebraska, and I want to go out to eat with my family next week. I’m a vegetarian and I’m working on becoming a vegan. So, are there any vegan or vegetarian restaurants here in Omaha? I saw this place online called McFoster’s Natural Kind Cafe, have you been there? Is it any good? Can you suggest any other places? Thanks in advance. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. If you are a vegetarian, then it shouldn’t be too hard to find something. My sister-in-in law is one and does not have any problems. (She also eats way too much cheese, fried stuff and other forms of junk “food”. ) Even as a vegan, I find restaurants. Pizza, and Mexican are good ones. I either order a veggie sub with no cheese or a pizza with no cheese and a topping (some restaurants don’t charge to substitute a topping for the cheese) and Mexican, with the beans and vegetables. Sometimes, I go to a restaurant just to see what I can find and am pleasantly surprised. A couple of months ago, my husband and I went to a restaurant we hadn’t been to since January of last year. Then, it did have a unique pasta dish and a veggie wrap that I would alter between ordering. (Really, we went there for the beer list. The meals, instead of sides, were just a bonus. ) Last week, we went to another restaurant that we hadn’t been to in a while. (Both restaurants are in a city about 30 miles from my in-laws’ town, to which we moved last June. ) They also used to have a veggie wrap and bruschetta appetizer that I would get. (We went there, because they had Kentucky Bourbon Ale on tap and poured in the pint glasses and not the snuffers. ) There is also a winery in the basement as well. I digress. Even an Italian restaurant one can get pasta with marinara sauce. (Though it is often overpriced for a plate of pasta and sauce. ) Again, just look at what you are interested in and see if the restaurant has a Website with a menu on it.

May 4, 2014

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