There’s been plenty of news and notes of late in the Little Rock food scene. Let’s get right to it…
Tamalittle (102 Markham Park Drive) is closing tomorrow. This from the restaurant: “It is with deep regret that we announce February 14, 2015 as our last day of service. We are closing Tamalittle in order to deal with pressing family matters that require our full attention. We would like to sincerely thank our loyal customers and friends for all the support you have given us. We thoroughly enjoyed serving you and will definitely will miss seeing your faces. Our friends from Mr. Texano Mexican Restaurant will be taking over the business and opening a new restaurant at this location. Please pay them a visit.” We’ll be sure to bring you the latest when the new restaurant gets going.
Cajun Sno is up for sale. This from current owners Travis Gray and Tanner Treece: “It’s still very early in this process, but if you have any preliminary interest, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 501-413-9134 (Travis). Rather than squeeze it into a Facebook post, we’re happy to provide concrete information via email or phone. My availability is inconsistent so email is preferred.Thanks for four great years.”
Good Food by Ferneau announced a new dinner service on Thursday nights (6-10PM).
The Pizzeria at Terry’s now has a daily soup on the menu. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.
Sushi Café West is officially open. Things should be running full throttle by Monday. “We’ll have a slow opening through Sunday with a full opening set for Monday,” says general manger Robert Tju.
The much anticipated Piro Brick Oven & Barroom is set to open on February 17th. Our own Daniel Walker and Greg Henderson recently had your First Look at SoMa’s latest addition.
WLR is getting a new Whole Foods Market. The opening date is February 18th.
Just in time for crawfish season…looks like The Faded Rose is building a new cover for their patio.
ICYMI…Mylo Coffee Co. is now open Mondays (7AM-7PM).