Sullivan's Steakhouse will be opening its 14th U.S. location at The Promenade at Chenal in early 2022, Newmark Moses Tucker Partners announced yesterday.
Fair food favorites to try, not a vegetable in sight.
In the same year that a fire almost completely destroyed the iconic barbecue institution in Marianna, Jones Bar-B-Q Diner has made the The New York Times Restaurant List comprised of 50 U.S. restaurants that the newspaper's critics, editors and reporters are most excited about right now.
Camp Taco at Lost Forty, the new restaurant and small batch brewery from the Yellow Rocket Concepts restaurant group, opened for business yesterday afternoon. We popped in for a look.
Abby Turner is a Ouachita Baptist University graduate, food blogger, speaker and author of “The Living Table: Recipes and Devotions for Everyday Get-Togethers.” Catch Turner at the Six Bridges Book Festival at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 and at 10 a.m. that day for a workshop.
Kelli Marks is a self-taught cake decorator-turned-pastry chef, and author of “Easy One-Bowl Baking: No-Fuss Recipes for Sweet and Savory Baked Goods." Catch Marks at Central Arkansas Library System's Six Bridges Book Festival 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 and again at 4 p.m. that day for a baking workshop.
John T. Edge's TrueSouth drops down in Lake Village, Ark. for this Sunday night's episode.
If your weekend plans involve running a mile and drinking beer, you can combine the two at the inaugural Dogtown Beer Down this Sunday on Main Street in Argenta from 1-3 p.m. Participants will drink four beers over the course of a mile — "a single, 12 o.z. 5% ABV beer before each quarter-mile leg."
Main Street Arkansas, a program of the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, has launched an Arkansas Coffee Trail with more than 40 coffee shops located in Main Street districts throughout the state.
The nomination period runs through the end of the month and includes the following categories: Arkansas Food Hall of Fame, Proprietor of the Year, Food-Themed Event, People's Choice and Gone But Not Forgotten.
A torrential downpour early in the day did not stop large crowds from flooding into downtown on Saturday for the Main Street Food Truck Festival.
Pizza movie Friday!
Trevor Swedenburg talks about what sets Natural State Medicinals apart.
Main Street Food Truck Festival is back this weekend, and it's got its eyes on reducing food truck waste
Downtown Little Rock’s largest gathering of food trucks celebrates its 10th birthday this year with more than 60 food trucks rolling in to cure your hankerings for wok-fired soba noodles, frozen lemonade, loaded fries, elotes, gulf shrimp, funnel cakes, Italian ice and lots more.
The restaurant specializes in customizable authentic Belgian Liège waffles made from dough as opposed to batter. The specialty waffles include sweet and savory varieties. "The House" waffle is topped with fresh cut strawberries, cookie butter, Nutella and house-made whipped cream.
Potluck Food Rescue, a group that rescues food that would otherwise be thrown away and redirects it to a network of community food programs, is throwing its annual fundraiser at The Rail Yard Thursday evening, with dinner, beer, wine and live music from The Hounds.
The featured menu items include authentic gyros, pastitsio platters (Greek lasagna), falafel platters, soutzoukakia (Greek meatballs), baklava and chocolate baklava.
The second annual Dessert Before Dinner With Bubbles and Bon Bons, a fundraiser for the Alex Foundation, will be held at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs on October 3.
Have you weighed in on Toast of the Town, our semi-annual survey of booze and bars? Voting in the final round continues through Sept. 29. Make sure you cast your vote for your favorite beer or bar today.
If drinking wine amongst the wildlife at the Little Rock Zoo is on your bucket list, this weekend's your chance. And the online auction, which includes a trip to Costa Rica, a Game of Thrones tour and a mystifying variety of surgical equipment, is not to be missed.