Josiah Moody, the celebrated Little Rock brewer who left to help run Bike Rack Brewing in Bentonville, is back in Central Arkansas. Moody was the head brewer at Vino’s until January 2017, but he is best known for his own Moody Brews brand, which produced some of the finest brews …




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For whatever reason, whether it’s small size, an out-of-the-way location, or just a lack of publicity, some restaurants tend to fall under the radar with a larger audience. Our new series takes a look at these Underrated Places. Where: NYPD Pizza (6015 Chenonceau Blvd) The Restaurant: Technically a chain (several …




We asked you all to share your Thanksgiving meals with us, and it looks like people were eating good in the Rock. Here is a look at some of the Thanksgiving food cooked and served yesterday (click on photo for caption). Meats Sweets Sides




My mother guffawed when, at 17, I told her I was in the running for an award from the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Teachers did the nominating, and I was happy to be considered. My mother, however, found it hilarious. If the patriotic women of …




Tis’ the season of giving and what better way to give to others by also giving back to our community. Chances are you’ve got either your Christmas list finalized, have a vague idea of what you’re going to get for others, have no idea what day today even is, or …




Ever wonder what makes some of Little Rock’s food personalities tick? Rock City Eat’s latest series, Food Insider, takes a look at individuals who are helping change the landscape of our city’s culinary scene. Whether they’re in the kitchen, managing a storefront, farming land or running a food truck … …




In case you missed it, Food Trucksgiving was a huge success. Thank you so much Saline County for showing up and eating some good food at Bryant First United Methodist this past Saturday with us. We can think of no better way to celebrate a huge Razorback victory and perfect November …




Not everyone wants to slave away in their kitchen for 2 days in preparation for their Thanksgiving feast. For many reasons, a person may want to enjoy all those classic Thanksgiving foods without having to prepare them all from scratch. Luckily, several area restaurants around town will be serving some …




Cooking on a truck is a culinary challenge unlike any other. You have limited space, limited ingredients and a shorter window of time to get an order out the door… or window should we say. Occasionally a successful truck will stretch their wings and move into a brick and mortar …




Things are shaping up nicely for our inaugural food truck festival, Food Trucksgiving, this Saturday at First United Methodist Church Bryant. Weather is perfect: the rain is expected to clear out and it is going to be the warmest day in several weeks with highs in the mid 60’s. (Note, in the …




With the onset of winter, times can be tough for a business that relies on customers standing outdoors, braving the weather to consume their product. Food trucks have always had to face uncertain conditions while bringing their wares to the people, and rain, sleet, ice, and snow can be a …




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