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There was a time that no restaurant in Little Rock was hotter than Graffiti’s Italian Restaurant on Cantrell Road. When Paul Bash, Ed Moore and Denis Seyer opened the Italian eatery back in 1984, they brought in sous chefs trained at some of the best culinary schools in the country. …




Coffee is a year-round beverage. Even in the hot summer months, millions of people start their morning routine brewing a hot pot of coffee to get themselves fully awake and alert. But it’s this time of year that coffee can really shine, warming us up inside out and keeping the …




Fall is easily my favorite season for cocktails. Things start to cool off and stronger flavors start to come out after a light and fruity spring and summer. Petit & Keet takes full advantage of the cooler temps by stoking up the fire on the patio and ushering in a …




When Petit & Keet opened their doors close to a year and a half ago in the location now known as West Village, the first thing that struck me was the menu approach. It was a very small menu for the size of the restaurant, focusing on making every dish very …




Depending on what team you cheer for, the 2018 football season has not gotten off to the best start. Of course, if you’re a Hogs fan … well, we all know how that’s gone so far. My own South Carolina team has been thumped by Georgia and stopped by Hurricane …




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 …




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, …




Most restaurants and bars do everything they can to bring attention and ultimately guests to their establishment. The 1836 Club is without a doubt not an average restaurant. As a private club they intentionally fly under the radar, offering privacy and exclusivity as a perk. Despite the fairly stable frontward …




Restaurants can spend a ton of time and waste a lot of money trying to please everyone. Too often we see a place try to offer options that are gluten free, vegan, paleo, or whatever the monthly trend tends to be that is requested, only to see very few sales …




In its early days, South on Main was a lot more willing to throw out the old menu and create a new one from scratch. Ok, that’s not entirely right; some favorites like the Hot Chicken Liver Salad and the Ribeye Cap have been somewhere on the menu in some …




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