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'Loblolly'

Ice Cream for Breakfast Day open line

Hope you didn't forget to celebrate this morning.
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Brewpub Arkansas Alehouse set to open June 12 in new Diamond Bear Brewing headquarters

Arkansas Alehouse, a brewpub restaurant based in the new North Little Rock headquarters of Diamond Bear Brewing Co., is set to open as soon as next week. The restaurant will serve up European pub fare with a Southern twist, said general manager Matt Beachboard (previously of Big Orange) – savory snacks, sandwiches, soups, and indulgent desserts. “It’s all brewpub, beer-centric, and beer inspired food,” Beachboard said.
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Mud bugs and beer! Preservation Crustaceans benefits Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas.

The Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas hosts its annual crawfish boil fundraiser, Preservation Crustaceans, on May 1 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in North Little Rock's Argenta Historic District at 520 Main Street in North Little Rock. They'll have all-you-can-eat crawfish, shrimp, sausage and all the fixings, with all-you-can-drink beer (and kid-friendly beverages) included. Regular tickets are $45 with a $5 early-bird discount if purchased before April 24. Tickets for kids 9-17 are $10 and kids 8 and under eat for free.

What's happening at Westover Wednesdays

This week’s gathering was one of the most successful I’ve seen in Little Rock to date. The demand for higher quality and thoughtfully presented food in Little Rock is not going unnoticed—many of our trucks are answering the call and providing some really spectacular dishes.
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Have a cup of cheer and chocolate at Loblolly

Whatever it takes to get some—snowmobile, dog sled, snowshoes—try this hot chocolate. Your holiday season will be infinitely brighter because of it.

The flavors of fall in Little Rock

It’s that time of year where, once again, we begin to see the flavors of fall infiltrating Little Rock restaurants’ menus, spicing up cakes and pies, and warming hearts like almost nothing else can.
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