Kream Kastle has no social media presence whatsoever. Neither does it take orders through various delivery apps. One might be tempted to call this place a throwback to an earlier era, an atavism, a living fossil. But we just call it that little drive-in on Highway 70 — you know, that tastee-freeze between Ten Mile Creek and the Lonsdale turnoff, the place where all the trucks are parked.
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As Allied Cycle Works goes, so goes The Meteor.
The new restaurant, in the old Gusano's location, will have a streetside to-go window, a "yard" at the front for lounging and live music on the weekends.
Dan Kovach, the former manager of Cajun's Wharf, which closed June 1, and business partner Lelan Stice are the new owners.
Alleged consumer confusion has never tasted so sweet. Long may the plant-based option grow in Arkansas.
Dos Rocas, which opened at 1220 S. Main St. in January, officially relaunched as Mockingbird Bar and Tacos on Thursday. Jack Sundell and Corri Bristow-Sundell, who own The Root Cafe, are now the sole owners of Mockingbird, which Sundell said will be taking an Arkansas local food approach to Latin American cuisine.
Sushi Chef Phin Liu shows us how he creates the Chirashi Sushi Bowl.
The fun (and the foam) kick off at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, at Diamond Bear Brewing (600 N. Broadway in North Little Rock), and proceeds benefit the Argenta Arts District.
Clear your calendar, beer lovers. The party of the year is just around the corner. The Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival returns to North Little Rock on Friday, Oct. 25, 6-9 p.m.
Welcome to Arkansas beer country.
We ran into new owner Chris Tanner there last week and got a look at the new menu: Blue crab cakes. Fish tacos. Smoked salmon chowder. And more.
Our annual event took place on Saturday in Argenta.
Time does wonderful things to pork, and it’s done wonderful things for Arkansas Times’ annual Hog Roast, too — now matured into a block party that celebrates the best parts of the pig. Tickets for the Saturday event, held from 1-5 p.m., are on sale for $15 through tonight. They'll be $20 at the door.
Feast Mode! Bone’s Chophouse in Hot Springs, Arkansas is no stranger to carving premium cuts of beef and more.
This is a milestone year for Lisa Zhang. It’s the fifth anniversary of Three Fold Noodles and Dumpling Co., her wildly popular authentic Chinese restaurant in downtown Little Rock, and her 20th year in the United States. It also marks a year of expansion with the opening in May of her Chinese chicken restaurant Haybird (“Where East Meats West”), and the development of a new 9,000-square-foot project in Riverdale, slated to open next year, which will house three concepts: an expanded and relocated Haybird; Eastern Pantry, a sort of deli with take-home meal options; and a sake brewery.
It’s growing, and new styles are taking hold.
Taco Mama is a staple of the Hot Springs food scene. We’re meeting up with the one and only Chef Diana Marez Bratton. 'The' Taco Mama! Diana has been turning heads with her culinary delights for years.
Hill Station, a new restaurant run by Tara and Brandon Brown of Hillcrest Artisan Meats, is slated to open in Hillcrest at the end of October. Tara, who will be the restaurant's general manager, said Hill Station will serve a lunch and dinner menu that includes many favorites from the couple's artisan butcher shop across the street.
For the ninth annual Main Street Food Truck Festival, a record 84 food trucks have registered to sling all sorts of cuisine on Sunday, Sept. 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We're thrilled to debut a new podcast! "Heaping Spoonful," is a twice-monthly conversation between host Kelley Bass and restaurateurs, chefs, growers and others who have helped generate the legends associated with eateries across the Mid-South. The podcast is presented by Ben E. Keith Mid-South. In the first episode, Arkansas restaurateur George Eldridge — of The Band Box, The Sports Page and Doe's fame — talks about how he got into the business, his beloved grill top and his long friendship with President Clinton.