Omaha chef named as a semifinalist for national award

Omaha chefs named as semifinalists for the James Beard awards



HEY, GOOD MORNING. WE’RE OUT HERE IN VILLAGE POINT AT BORDEAUX TO EAT AND DRINK. AND I WISH YOU COULD SMELL HOW GOOD IT SMELLS IN HERE. HERE WITH ME IS JT ROGERS, AND JANIE JUST TALKED TO ME ABOUT THE KINDS OF TRIBUTES GORGEOUS IN HERE. WHAT CAN PEOPLE EXPECT WHEN THEY COME IN? THANK YOU. WE ARE WHAT WE LIKE TO CALL CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN STYLE RESTAURANT A TOTALLY SCRATCH KITCHEN CHEF DRIVEN. WE FEATURE A WIDE VARIETY OF FOOD ON OUR MENU. BRUNCH ON SUNDAYS. DINNER AND LUNCH SPECIALS DAILY WITH A NICE WINE LIST AND A FULL COCKTAIL LIST. AS WELL. WELL, YOU KNOW, I LOVE TO EAT, SO LET’S TALK ABOUT THESE AMAZING DISHES IN FRONT OF US. LET’S START WITH THIS ONE. I’VE SEEN SOME POTATOES, RIGHT? YEAH. THAT IS OUR BRUNCH BURRITO. THAT’S JUST ON SUNDAYS THAT WE OFFER THAT. THOSE ARE OUR BREAKFAST POTATOES WITH THE SWEET CHILI SAUCE. IT’S A TERESA BURRITO WITH BLACK BEANS, PICO DE GALLO, PEPPER, JACK CHEESE, SOUR CREAM AND CHEDDAR TORTILLA. OKAY. WOW. AND THEN IF SOMEBODY WANTS TO COME IN FOR LUNCH OR DINNER, THIS MIDDLE PLATE IS KIND OF THAT OPTION. THIS IS OUR NUMBER ONE SANDWICH SELLER AVAILABLE AT BOTH LUNCH AND DINNER. IT IS THE FIRE CHICKEN SANDWICH. IT IS A CRISPY CHICKEN BREAST WITH BACON, HAVARTI CHEESE, SOME MORE OF THAT SWEET CHILI SAUCE. BUT TO THE SIDE OF THE SANDWICH IS THIS BIG HEAVY HELPING OF FRIES. WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THESE ARE CRAB RANGOON FRIES AVAILABLE ON OUR APPETIZER MENU, AS WELL AS AN OPTION FOR A SIDE INSTEAD OF OUR REGULAR FRIES. EVERYTHING INSIDE OF CRAB RANGOON, CREAM CHEESE, CRAB, SWEET CHILI SAUCE, SOME SCALY INS AND SOME FRIED. ONE TIME ON TOP. IT SOUNDS DELICIOUS. AND THEN WE’VE GOT PASSED ON THE END THERE. YES. THE SEAFOOD PASTA. PROBABLY OUR NUMBER ONE SELLING PASTA. I WOULD SAY LINGUINE NOODLES WITH BAY SCALLOPS, SHRIMP, LOBSTER, TOMATO AND SPINACH. WHEN THAT CREAMY PARMESAN SAUCE. ALL RIGHT. AND TO GET THAT ALL DOWN, WE HAVE SOME WONDERFUL DRINKS HERE. YES. AND THIS HERE IS OUR 402 FASHIONED AND MADE A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY THAN A TYPICAL OLD FASHIONED. AND IT HAS SOME PEACH SIRUP AND ORANGE BITTERS WITH BOURBON. OKAY. AND THEN THIS COLORFUL ONE BACK HERE. THIS IS THE MOM. BUY. THIS IS A PASSIONFRUIT RUM WITH AN ORANGE LIQUEUR AND AGAVE SIRUP WITH SOME FRESH SQUEEZED LEMON. AND REALLY QUICK, JUST TELL US YOUR HOURS. WE ARE OPEN DAILY AT 11 AM FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS. WE STAY OPEN UNTIL TEN. SUNDAYS. WE CLOSE AT 8 PM AND 9 PM DURING THE REST OF THE WEEK. OKAY, GREAT. WELL, FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT 402 EAT AND DRINK, YOU CAN GO TO VISIT OMAHA DOT COM AND THERE

Omaha chefs named as semifinalists for the James Beard awards

Related video above: Now Serving: 402 Eat + DrinkA chef at a popular pop-up dinner series in Omaha has been nominated for a national award.Kane Adkisson of kanō was named Wednesday as a semifinalist for the Emerging Chef Award as part of the 2023 James Beard Awards. Paul and Jessica Urban of Block 16 and David Utterback from Yoshitomo were also nominated for Best Chef: Midwest, which includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.The awards, which started in 1990, recognize “exceptional talent in the culinary and food media industries, as well as a demonstrated commitment to racial and gender equity, community, sustainability, and a culture where all can thrive.”Nominees for each award will be announced on March 29 and the winners will be celebrated at a ceremony in Chicago on June 5. “We are so thrilled to recognize this year’s Restaurant and Chef Awards Semifinalists, a truly diverse group of talented individuals across the culinary indu stry,” Adrian Miller, Restaurant and Chef Awards Committee Chair, said in a statement.

Related video above: Now Serving: 402 Eat + Drink

A chef at a popular pop-up dinner series in Omaha has been nominated for a national award.

Kane Adkisson of kanō was named Wednesday as a semifinalist for the Emerging Chef Award as part of the 2023 James Beard Awards.

Paul and Jessica Urban of Block 16 and David Utterback from Yoshitomo were also nominated for Best Chef: Midwest, which includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

The awards, which started in 1990, recognize “exceptional talent in the culinary and food media industries, as well as a demonstrated commitment to racial and gender equity, community, sustainability, and a culture where all can thrive.”

Nominees for each award will be announced on March 29 and the winners will be celebrated at a ceremony in Chicago on June 5.

“We are so thrilled to recognize this year’s Restaurant and Chef Awards Semifinalists, a truly diverse group of talented individuals across the culinary industry,” Adrian Miller, Restaurant and Chef Awards Committee Chair, said in a statement.

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