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Greg Henderson

Greg Henderson
Owner/Publisher - Rock City Eats, Rock City Life, Rock City Times

One of the greatest things about a food truck is that it can be anything you want it to be. While it is rare in central Arkansas, I have a number of friends operating multiple concepts out of a single truck in NWA. It is fun when trucks have contrasting …




What is Little Rock cuisine? It is a question we’ve asked here several times before, for us we see it as a melting pot of influences from soul food, delta food, Memphis bbq, Tex-Mex, and cajun. It is also a question that Rock City Kitchen (no affiliation with Rock City …




A new breakfast spot is in the works for Hillcrest, coming next spring from the the owners of La Terraza Rum & Lounge and Graffiti’s. They have not decided on a name for the spot yet, but it will be located at 3000 Kavanaugh at the previous M Salon spot, …




As a once in a lifetime tropical storm moves into Little Rock, several restaurants and food trucks are announcing closings. We will keep a running list here. If you know of a closing email me at greg@rockcityeats.com or comment on the facebook post and we will add it. The Lab …




Little Rock doesn’t quite roll up the sidewalks out night anymore, but trying to find a good bite to eat late (or early, however you view it) from something other than a fast food joint or Waffle House is still a challenge. Charlee’s Goodtime Drinkery located in the Prospect building …




There are few restaurant concepts as ambitious in the state as Cypress Social, and none more important to the surrounding restaurant scene in recent memory. After a few months of delays due to COVID, they are ready to open the doors next Tuesday (August 18th) to what will likely become …




Hey everyone, we have been a little behind with regular Rumble’s updates due to a flurry of closings and reopenings dominating our food coverage and it was easier to manage that through the Facebook page. Continue to check there for any updates on COVID related news as we get back …




When Cathead’s Diner opened in spring 2018 it served as the cornerstone of the East Village business district. It was a look into the future of the area that mixed a historically industrial area with a modern, urban feel. Now it appears Cathead’s is officially closed. The one silver lining …




Yes, usually we are restaurant-related around here, but we occasionally dabble in stories of upcoming places that have the potential to make a large impact in an area. Earlier this week we were tipped off about a suspicious RFQ for the city-owned War Memorial park. If you remember from early …




When you think of locations for breweries that have a chance to completely change the Arkansas beer scene, Morrilton is probably not high on the list. If Point Remove Brewing goes according to plan, it will have a significant impact on how the beer business in the state operates. Point …




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