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Dining Notes: Bruegger's Bagels getting new winter menu

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Bruegger's Bagels locations are introducing a winter menu that includes new breakfast and lunch sandwiches.

New options include the Big Easy breakfast sandwich, made with eggs, andouille sausage, spicy sriracha mustard and green peppers; and the turkey with a twist, which is a sweet and savory mix of turkey, cheddar, apple slices, sriracha mustard, maple cream cheese and pickled onions.

The restaurant has introduced a new bagel, sesame whole wheat, and a new flavored coffee, French Toast.

The new sandwiches are available until April 8.

For more information or to find a location near you, visit brueggers.com.

Vodka tasting at Woodcliff

The Woodcliff Restaurant is having a vodka tasting with a local distillery.

Cooper's Chase Distillery, which is in West Point, Neb., will bring its vodka and the restaurant will mix them into martinis. The drinks will be paired with small bites, and the event will take place from 5-7 p.m. today. Reservations are not required.

The restaurant is in Fremont at 980 County Road W. For more information, call 402-721-2922.

Gerda's Bakery now serving Saturday breakfast

Gerda's Bakery in Midtown is now serving breakfast on Saturday. The restaurant will be open from 8 a.m. to noon each week. Gerda's is at 5180 Leavenworth St.

For more information, call 402-553-6774.


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