Step Back in Time with Lost Restaurants of Omaha
One of the great things about the blogging world are the bloggers you meet. Some of those bloggers turn out to be really fantastic people that you call friends. Friends that accomplish awesome things and one of them did just that recently. A few years ago I met Kim from OhMyOmaha. We attended a few events together, played Bocce Ball together, putt-putted together and now I get to tell you that she’s officially a published author you guys! Her book, Lost Restaurants of Omaha, is now available for your reading and drooling pleasure.
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I’m hoping to make it to one of her books signings for Lost Resturants of Omaha so that I can give her a giant congratulatory hug in person. Well, and get that signed copy too because if you know Kim, you know this is just the start for her in the world of publishing and I’ll be able to say I knew her when… 😉
This has been a labor of love for over a year. I’ve interviewed a number of families and friends connected to some of Omaha’s most beloved restaurants; scoured hundreds of newspaper stories, magazines and books; and one time, chatted on the phone with Alexander Payne during my son’s 7th birthday. – Kiim Reiner
This book is filled with stories and visual imagery that will take you back inside some of Omaha’s oldest restaurants. Some you may have forgotten about or never knew existed, others hold a special place in the hearts of many.
If you are interested in stopping by one of Lost Restaurants of Omaha book signings, here is the current list:
November 4th: Omaha Public Library Read It & Eat Culinary Conference at 12:15PM
December 9th: Book signing at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at Crossroads Mall from , 1PM-3PM
If you’d like to purchase a copy of Lost Restaurants of Omaha you can find it at: