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Restaurants in Hastings and Grand Island featured in Beef Passport program

It’s Beef Passport season in Nebraska. Starting at the beginning of May, Nebraskans can take a tour of the state through beef.
Published: May. 12, 2022 at 9:32 PM CDT
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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - It’s Beef Passport season in Nebraska. Nebraskans can take a tour of the state by visiting over 40 restaurants with beef on the menu.

The Nebraska Beef Council provides a paper copy of the passport as well as a digital version. It lists several restaurants in the Tri-City area, including Blue Fork Kitchen in Hastings.

Blue Fork’s owner has some recommendations for anyone planning stops in Hastings.

“We have a couple of burgers, we have a Blue Fork Burger, that’s probably our most popular. We do meatloaf as well, we have a steak on the menu,” Jamey Hamburger said. “There is a lot of beef on our menu, and we are always looking for new recipes and new things to do. We’re looking at some exciting changes this summer as well.”

The goal of the passport program is to get stamps from every restaurant on the list.

Grand Island is also represented in the passport program by the Kinkaider Brewing Company and Sin City Grill.

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