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The River Market’s At the Corner a Must-Try

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Nestled in the River Market where Markham and Scott streets converge, the force behind one of Little Rock’s newest eateries is a family affair.   and daughter Helen and Leila King noticed the space over a year ago, when it was still operating as The Hop. The hustle and bustle surrounding the location made the Kings think about asking the Hop to sell,[...]

Southern Gourmasian

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By now Little Rock natives are incredibly familiar with the red and yellow iconic truck that harbors the beloved Southern Gourmasian.   staple in the scene since 2012, head chef Justin Patterson is currently living out his dream of seeing the endeavor grow into a concrete reality – the much awaited brick-and-mortar. He and his team are giddy with e[...]

Waffle Wagon Beer Brunch at Stone’s Throw

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This Sunday, enjoy your chicken and waffles with a side of beer.   you’re a Little Rock native, chances are you’ve heard of the Waffle Wagon as well as Stone’s Throw Brewing by now. Although both are less than five years old, they have created a serious impression on the local food scene. What you might not know about the two is they make a wond[...]

Excursion: Living Local

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Familiar names are being joined by new businesses in Conway, Ark., as merchants and restaurateurs cater to residents who no longer think it should be necessary to drive to Little Rock to find what they want. Photography by Sara Edwards Neal   Bell & Sward Gentlemen’s Clothier, at 1020 Oak St., started, basically, for want of a shirt. “There[...]

Dining Spotlight: SoMa on Fire

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Piro Brick Oven & Barroom is the latest restaurant to open its doors in SoMa, and it’s likely to become a favored haunt for those who reside within walking distance and beyond. Photography by Janet Warlick   revitalization of downtown Little Rock, Ark., isn’t limited to the River Market District. South of I630, the area affectionately referred[...]

Dining Spotlight: Cheers to Samantha’s

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Fans of Little Rock favorite Cheers Restaurant will be delighted by what its owner has on tap for the capitol city’s Main Street. Photography by Ashlee Nobel   revitalization plan for downtown Little Rock’s Main Street is well underway. New construction and renovations as well as the newest additions — rain gardens and permeable paving — add to th[...]

Brunching in the Rock: B-side

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best kind of indecision inevitably involves food. Little Rockians are lucky enough to have this welcomed problem when looking to eat out for lunch, dinner and even breakfast — but what about those Saturday and Sunday mornings that may require a little hair of the dog? Luckily, brunch options in the capital city have been growing, and this upcoming “Brunchin[...]