Seasonal Menus

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 …




It’s one of the unique truisms about Central Arkansas that its breweries are responsible for some of the best food in the area. One of the leaders in this trend has been Flyway Brewing, which started its food menu with sliders, pretzels and nachos before expanding to incorporate wild game …




It can be easy to overlook Little Rock’s legacy restaurants, the ones that paved the way for our current food scene and are still going strong. The explanations for doing so are easy and, in some cases, accurate: the menu hasn’t changed in years, you’ve tried everything there, it’s only …




The holidays are over, which means a change in season for West Little Rock’s Honey Pies. After months of frantically filling pie and dessert orders for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day, the Honey Pies team now turns its focus to keeping clientele coming in during the down months. Owner …




Arkansas’ demand for craft beer isn’t letting up, and that’s leading to noticeable growth for Central Arkansas breweries. Just this year, Flyway Brewing started canning its creations, Bubba Brews Brewing Company in Hot Springs opened its second and third locations, Lost Forty greatly increased its capacity, and Blue Canoe Brewing …




There just isn’t another restaurant in Little Rock like Table 28. In the more than four years its been open, Table 28 has consistently served excellent, adventurous food that masterfully combines quality ingredients with technique that would fit in just about anywhere in the country. Part of chef Scott Rains’ …




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