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Monday, March 24, 2014

pop-we Founder & Omaha Foodie Named to New Role at Dishcrawl

I am a foodie. But I'm not alone my wife is a foodie too. The Brown's could be considered an authority on food. Indeed, we are true foodies who love to make homemade meals and anyone who follows my wife on social media knows we eat out often.

Most already know about our population-we™ (pop-we) Dinner Club, which has been around for four years. Our club's taste, which is very similar to The Brown's, encompasses fine dining, chain restaurants as well as mom-and-pop cafés and dives in Nebraska. Past reviews can be found here.
Announcement sent out on social media.

That's why I'm reaching out to pop-we readers to share with you our next foodie adventure. Earlier this month, my wife signed on for a new role. Meet Dishcrawl Omaha's new Ambassador my wife and founder of population-we™, Becky Bohan Brown.

Those readers not familiar with Dishcrawl, the startup creates dining experiences and events to satisfy anyone’s craving. You can find your local Dishcrawl Ambassador, like Becky, leading you through progressive dinners, prix fixe dinners, and other fun food events! From culinary experiences in real life to great stories about local culture online, Dishcrawl spans 250 cities across the U.S., Canada, and soon the United Kingdom. To begin your food adventure, visit

"If you're interested in joining Dishcrawl Omaha on a foodie outing in the future -- you're always welcome to come Dishcrawling with us." Becky said. "Plans are to Dishcrawl at some past pop-we Dinner Club stops too. So, stay tuned and until then, Bon appétit!"

Visit www.Dishcrawl/Omaha for details. Also, a copy of her very first Dishcrawl Omaha event on April 9th is highlighted below:

A delicious dining adventure through three culinary experiences this April

Omaha, NE – In 2013, Omaha’s very first Dishcrawl was held in historic Downtown Old Market. Next, Omaha foodies will travel up the road to Midtown. Midtown Crossing at Turner Park is urban living redefined, a 15-acre, urban development in the heart of Omaha’s historic Midtown neighborhood. Built around a revitalized Turner Park, the million-square-foot development includes condominium and apartment units as well as more than 220,000 square feet of restaurants, retailers and entertainment venues. Join Dishcrawl and other foodies just like you and dine at three very different restaurants in this trendy Midtown neighborhood. Your taste buds won’t be disappointed!

On Tuesday, April 9th at 7 p.m. Dishcrawl Across Omaha will tour Midtown Crossing. Chefs of three restaurants invite you to explore a dining adventure through their culinary delights in the heart of Midtown. Come eat with neighbors and friends--all while making Omaha foodie history. Don’t wait, reserve your ticket now! Reservations are limited, but still being accepted at here.

“Locals and visitors alike will appreciate this true culinary adventure, a mouthwatering multi-plate tour featuring three chefs in Midtown Omaha showing off their talents,” says Dishcrawl Founder, Tracy Lee. “Dishcrawling is a fantastic way to bring the community together with local chefs who are bringing exciting new things to our culinary scene.”

This adventurous dinner is only $45. Drinks may be purchased separately.

Foodies have the chance to win free tickets online by telling us which Omaha restaurant you love on Facebook ( or Twitter (@dischcrawloma). Must hashtag #dishcrawlomaha to be entered.

Contact Information: Becky Bohan Brown
beckyb [at]
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Register today, because seating is limited for Discrawl Omaha's April 9th Midtown Crossing event. Fellow foodies, in the future if you can't decide where to eat turn to pop-we Dinner Club or a Dishcrawl in your town for help. Bon appétit from The Brown's!

-population-we™ blog post by Brian Brown
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