Outstanding!! My son and dtr-in-law were married this past weekend and Russ's Market was the vendor for both their flowers and wedding cakes. The wedding was in Omaha, so I was a little concerned about everything coming together. But, everything arrived on time and I found that you exceeded my expectations. The floral dept made these unbelievable centerpieces (orange bird of paradise and tiger lilies, green spider mums and dark purple iris) in tall, medium and short vases. The vases were lined with lime slices (whole limes in the tall vases). I had so many people mention to me that these were the most beautiful floral arrangements they had seen at a reception. Fran in the bakery was very helpful. Great customer service from beginning to end (she deserves a raise/promotion guys, really!). The wedding cake was layered with chocolate, white and marble. Then we had round cakes in 5 different flavors (carrot, red velvet, lemon, german chocolate and coconut). The lemon was my favorite, until I tasted the coconut....Every cake moist and beautifully designed, exactly as my son and dtr in law requested. Truly the best cake that I have had (yes including those specialty cake bakeries in Omaha) and AGAIN many, many people including myself remarking afterward that they wished they had more. Both my dtr in law and I are pretty particular about what we wanted and you blew us away. I wanted to give you the credit that you deserve. I would highly recommend both your floral department and your bakery to anyone for their wedding. It was worth much more than we paid, (the cost was the added bonus!)
I've never had a bad experience here. Best burgers and wings in town, awesome staff, and ambience on fleek! I'm always so impressed with the creative flavor combinations crafted in their burgers, wings, and infused alcohol. Definitely the most underrated restaurant in town!
The crab cakes are the best I’ve had! Crispy with flaky crab meat. The service here is really great – friendly and helpful – they gave me a pop refill to go . If you want to support a local restaurant instead of a chain – Beacon Hills is where to go.