If you want to have one more meal at Mt. Fuji's original Breckenridge Village location before its move across the shopping center, Sunday night is your last chance.
Barbie and Ken elote, anyone?
Blue Ember Smokehouse, a small Arkansas barbecue chain with locations in Fort Smith and Jonesboro, is constructing a new location in West Little Rock at the corner of Rahling Road and Chenal Parkway.
The expansion will boost the restaurant's square footage from 2,000 to 4,000 and its seating capacity from 88 to 108, co-owner Anthony Niel said.
Catalyst Capital, an investment group owned by a prominent conservative state representative and her family, announced plans to revive the recently closed (and demolished) AQ Chicken House.
The new piece of machinery is sort of a hybrid between a grill and a smoker, pitmaster Grant Hall said. The rig features a flipper, or turning rack, which is essentially a cooking grate mounted on a rotating spit within the unit that allows the operator to flip the hog from one side to another.
On Monday Riviera Maya is reopening its 801 Fair Park Blvd. location after being closed for about a year and a half following an overnight fire that broke out in the restaurant's kitchen in March 2022.
Kyle and Snee Dismang, owners of North Little Rock restaurant North Bar, are planning to rebuild following a fire that broke out at the Park Hill eatery Monday night.
Kev Doroski, a Belgium native who grew up in Arkansas and began his fine dining career at Ristorante Capeo in Argenta, is opening Draft + Table in the former Cregeen's location.
The North Little Rock Fire Department discovered a fire at North Bar on Monday night after responding to reports of smoke coming from a five unit strip mall at 7:04 p.m.
After a three year hiatus, downtown Little Rock's annual celebration of cornbread is returning to SoMa on Saturday, Nov. 4.
You can't put a price on fun in the kitchen.
David Family Kitchen, one of Little Rock's best soul food restaurants since 1998, announced that it has permanently closed.
Officials from The Hotel Hot Springs, Visit Hot Springs and the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame selection committee announced the revival of two classic area restaurants.
If you've ever longed for a Midwestern-style pork tenderloin sandwich as big as your face, The Mighty Rib has found one at Brood & Barley. "The visually comical meat-to-bun ratio will make you do a double-take, but I promise that the taste is no joke," he writes in the September edition of Cornucopia, which also includes trips to Salem Dairy Bar in Benton, Stroud's Diner in Mayflower and his top 10 biscuits in Central Arkansas.
Beef-A-Roo, a fast-casual restaurant franchise based out of Rockford, Illinois, will celebrate the grand opening of its first Little Rock location in the former Krispy Kreme space at 1315 S. Shackleford Road on Friday, Oct. 13.
In May, the restaurant announced it would be relocating in order to provide a bigger dining area for patrons and a larger kitchen for its staff.
BCW (Bread, Cheese, Wine), chef Nathan Miller’s new restaurant in SoMa was buzzing Friday night in the first of a series of soft openings held over the weekend. Highlights include baked gruyere cheese puffs, lemon herb potatoes, a roasted pork and pancetta grilled cheese, and of course, the Parmesan espresso martini.
The Xperience Kitchen + Lounge, a soul food restaurant and cocktail lounge, will soon be taking the place of the former 109 & Co. space at 109 Main St., just south of the Statehouse Convention Center.