Gov. Sarah Sanders' office has issued a proclamation that Aug. 26 will henceforth be known as "Rhoda Adams Day in Arkansas," after Adams, owner of the famed Lake Village restaurant Rhoda's Famous Hot Tamales and Pies, died on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at the age of 85.
I can’t wait to get my hands on a mint chocolate chip milkshake.
A white BMW sedan crashed into the front of Dixie Pig BBQ in Blytheville on Saturday, according an announcement on the restaurant's Facebook page.
Arkansas food historian Kat Robinson pays tribute to Rhoda Adams, owner of the famed Chicot County institution Rhoda's Famous Hot Tamales and Pies. Adams died last week at the age of 85.
George’s looks to be an outstanding addition to the Little Rock restaurant scene in general and to our Italian offerings specifically. They've successfully found that elusive sweet spot where fine dining and a comfortable vibe can coexist.
Shorty Small's has announced a return.
For five nights in September, Petit & Keet is bringing back the iconic French cuisine that made the former downtown restaurant Jacques & Suzanne one of the premier spots for fine dining in Little Rock in 1970s and '80s.
The site of Wright's Little Rock outpost — the quonset hut-style building in Riverdale behind Town Pump at 1311 Rebsamen Park Road — has been under renovation most of the year.
Let’s everyone try to keep it together.
La Chingada, a new Mexican restaurant, will be opening soon in the River Market at 313 President Clinton Ave., Moses Tucker Partners announced on Monday.
Rhoda Adams, owner of the famed Chicot County institution Rhoda's Famous Hot Tamales and Pies and a legend in the Arkansas food scene, has died.
Kimchi ramen for the win.
The Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts announced this week that its restaurant, Park Grill, will begin offering dinner service starting Wednesday, Aug. 23.
City Silo Table + Pantry, a self-described "creative, clean eating establishment" with two locations in Memphis, announced that its third outlet will be opening by the end of the month in Little Rock. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served, plus smoothies, "wellness lattes" and "juice cocktails," coffee, a full bar, Prosecco cocktails, craft beer and wine.
Raising Cane's announced that it is donating $125,000 in addition to 15% of today's profits across all of its 750-plus restaurants to Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers Inc., a Maui-based emergency shelter in Lahaina, Hawaii, destroyed by last week's devastating wildfire.
Don Dugan and Tasha Stratton, owners of Dugan's Pub, Dizzy's and Stratton's Market, are reopening the former South on Main space as The Busker, a neighborhood bar, restaurant and music venue.
Patio drinking, historically, is peak Fayetteville. Aside from a few notable open-air outfits, it doesn’t seem like Fayetteville features the same abundance of patios that it did in years past. A big step toward rekindling the city’s love affair with eating and drinking outside was taken when City Park opened last month, just a few blocks from the University of Arkansas campus.
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church will be hosting its 4th annual Ribfest cook-off on Saturday, Sept. 23 at 20900 Chenal Parkway from 4-7 p.m.
Jamie Gaston and Rob Gaston, owners of Bryant's Copper Mule Table & Tap, have announced they will be opening their second location on Thursday, Aug. 17 in Little Rock's Heights neighborhood at 5705 Kavanaugh Blvd.
Country Monks Brewing, Subiaco Abbey's commercial brewing operation, announced on Facebook two weeks ago that it will be shutting down production on Aug. 14 "until at least Jan. 1."