Rumbles: Three Fold Moving to Main St., Tomas Bohm Updates New Hillcrest Spot, O’Looney’s Offers Online Ordering, At the Corner Does Dinner


Three Fold Noodles and Dumpling Co. is targeting August as its move-in date for the new location at 615 Main St., about half a mile away from its current spot on Center St. Three Fold’s Rebecca Yan tells me the restaurant will close for about a week when it makes the move to get staff adjusted to the new setup. When it relocates, Three Fold will be a sit-down restaurant with an open kitchen so that diners can watch their dishes being made. The new restaurant space will have 550 square feet more than the current location as well as a small patio for some outdoor seating.

Less than two months after it was announced, and the upcoming Hillcrest Market and Nosh now has a new name. Owner Tomas Bohm tells me he’s changed the name to District Fare, which he’s working on bringing to the space that belonged to Hillcrest Artisan Meats. District Fare will sell house-cured meats, homemade cheese, bread and groceries when it opens. It will also sell sandwiches, soups and salads for dine-in and carry-out, and Bohm is even considering getting a beer and wine license for on-premise consumption. Bohm is targeting a spring opening date to have District Fare ready for business.


First Kroger and Walmart did it, and now O’Looney’s Wine & Liquor is offering online ordering of some of its products. Customers can now place their order on O’Looney’s website and head to the store where their bottles will be waiting for them. Right now, selection is limited; only five liquors and 23 wines are available to choose from. However, O’Looney’s does promise that it will expand its online inventory in the coming days. Here’s hoping some Arkansas craft beer gets added to this excellent service O’Looney’s is offering.

It was almost a year ago when we first introduced the Delta Biscuit Co concept, now everyone will get their first taste of the future brick and mortar thanks to Honey Pies. Delta Biscuit owner Hayne Begley will host a popup at Honey Pies next Wednesday and Thursday and feature three of the menu concepts he has been working on. Honey Pies has been a bit of a hot spot for future restuarants to host popups, this should be worth checking out.

Dinner from At the Corner has been a heavily requested service, they have only held brunch, breakfast, and dinner at this point. They are finally giving people a taste of what they have asked for. They will hold a Fat Tuesday dinner in collaboration with Lost Forty Brewing on February 28th. Tickets are $70 for this five course dinner with beer pairings.

Arkansas-only chain JJ’s Grill is opening up a brewery in Northwest Arkansas. JJ’s Beer Garden & Brewing Co. (or JBGB, for short) will open in Fayetteville in the next couple of months. The 15-barrel brewhouse is headed up by brewmaster Jennifer Muckerman, who moved from Connecticut to take the job. The brewery will primarily focus on supplying JJ’s Grill locations with an as-yet unnamed American-style light lager. While the brewery will also make craft staples, like IPAs and porters, keeping light lager production up will take precedent. The brewery will also have a taproom and restaurant attached to it. Brewing is already underway, and JJ’s says it will open just as soon as the beer is ready.

Crepes are what’s hot in Conway! We took a close look at Streetside Creperie and the way it’s changing the city’s food scene.

Little Rock restaurants are always looking for new ways to please their guests, and lately, it’s been by providing a weekend brunch option. The latest to do so, and do it well, is Baja Grill, which we highlighted earlier this week.


  • March 20 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    2018 Audu-Blonde Release, Audubon Happy Hour at Flyway Brewing

    at Flyway Brewing

    Audubon Arkansas and Flyway Brewing are partnering to celebrate our feathered friends AND the beer they inspire! Join us Tuesday March 20 for the 2018 release of Audu-Blonde Ale! Play some ‘Year of the (Arkansas) Bird’ trivia for a Flyway Brewing freebie AND learn about what why 2018 is ...

  • March 31 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Rebel Kettle Growler USA Tap Invasion

    at Growler USA

    REBEL KETTLE MAKES ITS WAY TO ROGERS!! Join us at Growlers USA, Saturday, March 31st, at 4pm, for a Tap Invasion and the opportunity to meet our brewing team, Josh, John and staff. Opened in February of last year, Growler USA Rogers is dedicated to pouring 100 percent American-made craft ...

  • April 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

    Beer Yoga

    at Rebel Kettle Brewing Co.

    Beer Yoga is back, people! And just in time to help kick off the Rebel Kettle anniversary party! Meet us in the beer garden for some yoga, beer, and good times! Then, stick around after class for the rest of the fun events that Rebel Kettle has planned that day! ...

  • April 7 @ 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

    Beer & Loathing in Little Rock

    at Rebel Kettle Brewing Co.

    It’s time to come help us celebrate our 2 Year Anniversary with our SECOND ANNUAL BEER & LOATHING IN LITTLE ROCK Music and Craft Beer Festival!! We are kicking off the day with the return of BEER YOGA by Cheers and Namaste Yoga at 10 am. The rest of the ...

  • April 7 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Mudbugs & Bears


    Join us Saturday, April 7 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. for Mudbugs and Bears at Buffalo Alumni Hall before the Purple-Gray spring football game. Tickets are $15 and include crawfish and the fixings catered by Eat My Catfish and beverages from Flyway Brewing.

  • April 13 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Food & FoamFest

    at Dickey-Stephens Park

    Food & Foam Fest is a creative twist to the traditional wine tasting event and is a beer sampling event offering samples of over 400 varieties of craft beer from all over the world plus food tastings from generous local restaurateurs.

  • April 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Diamond Chef Arkansas

    at UA – Pulaski Tech Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute

    The University of Arkansas – Pulaski Tech Technical College Foundation and the UA-PTC Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute (CAHMI) present the premier culinary competition and fundraiser—Diamond Chef Arkansas. Diamond Chef Arkansas is a competitive culinary competition that pit...

  • April 21 @ 9:00 am

    10th Annual B Street Rib Off

    at North Little Rock, AR

    We’re excited to celebrate 10 years of the B Street Rib Off. Make plans now to join us in April 2018!


Yellow Rocket Concepts has released its specials for the month of February:

  • Big Orange – Frito Chili Pie Burger and Lucie’s Shake, which benefits the nonprofit Lucie’s Place
  • Local Lime – Swordfish Fajitas with Tomato-Tequila Butter and Watermelon Radishes
  • Zaza – Vietnamese Chicken Salad and Muffuletta Pizza

Ristorante Capeo’s weekly special is Stuffed Duck Breast with Italian sausage and polenta. The risotto of the week is chicken and broccoli.


Rumbles: Three Fold Moving to Main St., Tomas Bohm Updates New Hillcrest Spot, O’Looney’s Offers Online Ordering, At the Corner Does Dinner