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'Brunos Little Italy'

The Mighty Rib’s Cornucopia: January Edition

In The Mighty Rib's January edition of Cornucopia, Kevin Shalin names his top 10 salads in Central Arkansas, tells us what he'd eat for his last meal on Earth and answers the question: Is the $26 lasagna from George's worth it?
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Pop the cork: Is the Central Arkansas food scene’s pandemic slump in the rearview mirror?

The Mighty Rib pontificates on developments in the Central Arkansas food scene.

Many area restaurants respond in the wake of delta variant surge

As the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in Arkansas continue to rise due to the more infectious delta variant, several local restaurants have responded, once again, with posts, signage and action to try to protect staff and customers. 

Basements of Main Street restaurants flood after water main ruptures

“Everything we had down in the basement was underwater,” said Chris Tanner, owner of Samantha's Tap Room. A water main break forced a road closure and caused significant flooding to multiple businesses. 

Central Arkansas restaurants feel the ‘Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives’ bump

‘Triple D’ by the numbers.

And speaking of food: Work begins on Bruno's Deli

It's a little later than hoped, but construction began today on Bruno's Deli, the lunch takeout place to be opened next door to Bruno's Little Italy at 310 Main Street.

Little Italy incorporation hearing to resume Wednesday

Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde says the hearing on the Little Italy community's incorporation hearing will resume at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Quorum Court meeting room.

A little deli for Bruno's Little Italy

Bruno's Little Italy co-owner Gio Bruno has signed a lease with Doyle Rogers' Dundee Holding Co. for a slim storefront at 308 Main St. for an Italian delicatessen. Bruno's Little Italy, at 310 Main St., will be separated from the deli by the hallway entrance to the Mann Lofts above the restaurant.

Swing and a miss from Bruno's Little Italy

Classic Little Rock eatery has issues with overcooked and below-temperature food.

The 5 Best Bites of 2013

We’ve been fortunate to sample many delightful dishes this year, and we’ve choked down our share of less than stellar meals as well. But there are always those dishes that stand out in our minds, the food that lingers around in those pleasure centers of the brain, the flavors that we just can’t seem to stop thinking about. And so, here we present our 5 Best Bites of 2013.

Welcome back, Bruno's

There’s good reason to be excited for the return of Bruno’s. There are glimpses of greatness here and it’s easy to see what made this place so popular to begin with. This is Italian comfort food at its finest—familiar, warming, and well prepared.

Re Bruno's: Make that September

Gio Bruno gave us an update today on when Bruno's Italian Restaurant should open in the Mann Lofts building at 310 Main St. He'd hoped he'd be open by late August, but ...