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It is fair to say that brunch has taken over the city. It has gone from a rarity to almost a necessity for most restaurants in the city. For many, it is the largest meal service of the week. When Sauce(d) opened up in the growing restaurant scene of the West …




Dear Guy, First off, thanks for making a visit to our fine state. It is no big secret you are running around town filming Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, we are very happy to have you here. Yes, it was one of the last few states you have not visited, but …




The bar menu is almost like a secret menu for many restaurants. If you rarely sit at the bar, chances are you won’t even know your favorite spot has a list of food items made especially for enjoying in the more casual setting. Some places are pretty well known for …




One of the hardest things about being a 40+-year-old restaurant is staying fresh and relevant. It is a problem that Cajun’s Wharf, which opened in 1975, is trying to solve by quite literally being fresh. This year Cajuns has begun rolling out daily seafood specials using fish that was caught …




Most Arkansas restaurants have that one dish that they’re known by. It’s the dish that you crave, the one that puts the restaurant on the map. It’s the signature dish. This series tells the stories behind some of Little Rock’s most iconic plates and explores what makes them so memorable. …




A few years ago the Little Rock brunch scene was desolate. Only a few places served a weekend brunch and it was clear that even with those few, brunch was not a primary focus. How things changed rapidly. Now there are dozens of great brunch spots with more popping up every …




In a summer full of exciting news from Little Rock’s food scene, this new development might just beat them all. Hillcrest Artisan Meats, the adored restaurant that closed in December 2016, is back. And by “back,” I mean today. Brandon Brown is in the kitchen at District Fare as you …




You might as well call At the Corner the Queen of Little Rock Breakfast. For more than three years, the downtown diner has served office workers and weekend shoppers in the morning and afternoon, but it’s been breakfast and brunch that have truly put the restaurant on the map. Now, …




It’s a hard place to miss. Driving down Main Street in Searcy, Arkansas, there are few distinct buildings, most settling into the brown and gray of brick chain restaurants, local stores, and the occasional McDonalds or Sonic. However, when you pass a brightly-painted sun amidst wildflowers on a bright sky-blue …




Welcome back, Donnie Ferneau and Kelli Marks! The two chefs and close friends have put months of work and who-knows-how-much money into starting Cathead’s Diner in East Village, which opened just a couple of weeks ago. The restaurant fits a unique space in Little Rock’s food scene; it’s only open …




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