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UPDATE: The meet cute (meat cute?) of the season, Arkansas Times' Pig & Swig, has moved to the River Market Pavilion

For $40, you’ll get to sample pork from Wright's and Ol’ Bart's, plus Fassler Hall, Platnum BBQ, Big Whiskey's, Hot Springs’ Ouachita Grill, Whole Hog North Little Rock, Dogtown Tavern and The Rail Yard, all while sipping on beer or bourbon-based cocktails.
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Excellent local options for Super Bowl wings

If you don't want to fire up the grill this weekend, but you do want an assortment of delicious, locally prepared chicken wings for your Super Bowl gathering, look no further. You need to run your hurry up offense, though, because time is of the essence.
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The Mighty Rib's Cornucopia: December Edition

The Mighty Rib finds the perfect dish at Mar y Tierra, tries the bacon flight at Benton's new RŌBER::Cocktails + Culinary, gets back on the Crazee's Cafe train and explores the local cocktail scene in the December edition of Cornucopia.

I'd like to place an order for pick up: Thanksgiving 2022

If you're celebrating Thanksgiving and don't want spend hours roasting a turkey or deal with the biggest kitchen clean up of the year, you have several local options to make this communal holiday easier on you. Did we miss your restaurant or one you know about? Let us know in the comments.
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Count Porkula on the Boulevard offering Labor Day barbecue party packs

If you want to have a Labor Day barbecue but don't want to work the grill or the smoker, Count Porkula on the Boulevard has you covered.

Tales from the trail: a Barbecue Trail update with “The Burger Chef,” Michael Dampier

"Some of those places that have no bling, no advertising, no nothing, they’ll sneak up on you and surprise you."
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Your local Christmas takeout guide

While you're waiting on your Christmas packages to arrive, you should have plenty of time to order a festive Christmas brunch, lunch or dinner. Our reliable local restaurants have come through once again and are providing one less headache this holiday season for those who don't want to cook, clean or try to park at Kroger in Hillcrest on the bustling days leading up to Christmas Eve.

I'd like an order for pick up: Thanksgiving dinner

Local restaurants offering Thanksgiving feasts to go.
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Count Porkula BBQ announces additional location, partnership with JTJ Restaurants

Count Porkula BBQ, a food truck turned brick and mortar restaurant housed within The Rail Yard at 1212 E. Sixth St., announced a partnership with Jim Keet’s JTJ Restaurants to open its first stand-alone location in early 2022.
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