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Maddie's Place re-opens its doors, with a plan to 'adapt and adjust'

Maddie's Place, closed since mid-March, re-opens its doors with a slightly scaled-down menu, plexiglass dividers and a new air purification system.

Cajun fundraisers

Ragin' Cajun Bash and Jumbo Cook-Off coming soon.
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Food trucks coming to Main Street

After the success of the Main Street Food Truck Festival last year, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership is organizing a regular event, Main Street Food Truck Fridays, scheduled to kick off Friday, April 13.

Lee Richardson again up for Beard Award

Plus, Buffett at Lulav.

Chili with a kick returns

The Big Red Ball Charitable Foundation, the charitable arm of the Little Rock Kickball Association, once again presents Chili with a Kick from 10:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 at Dickey-Stephens.

Newk's to town

Plus Riverdale does fried food.

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New Years Eve happenings

All you need to know.

Pizza D'Action shrugs off crash

Despite having a car crash through its dining room last Thursday morning, Pizza D'Action remains open for business. By the time you read this, there likely won't be any sign of the crash.

Tropical Smoothie headed to old YMCA Building

And Lombardi closes.

Curry in a Hurry opens

Plus West Memphis plans a kitchen incubator.
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Ciao Baci's new chef

Plus, Your Mama's reopens.

Opentable gives nod to Ashley's

H.A.M. opens

In Hillcrest.

Readers choice now open

Plus Hunka Pie owner Chris Monroe has bought Starlite.
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Cheddar's open

And H.A.M. puts off opening for a week.

Dempsey Baker celebrates grand opening

Dempsey Bakery is celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 29. The gluten-free bakery is located at 323 Cross Street, next door to the Diamond Bear Beer Brewery.

Bruno's closes, but should reopen

Bruno's Little Italy, one of Little Rock's oldest restaurants, closed on Oct. 8, but owner Scott Wallace said a sale is in the works that should lead to remodeling and reopening.

Restaurant shuffling going on at River Market

Festival of Wines returns to Dickey-Stephens

Dickey-Stephens gears up for Taste of the Town

Plus, winners of World Cheese Dip Championship.
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