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Greg Henderson

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

Yesterday the Governor announced that restaurants and bars that have a license to serve alcohol must shut down by 11pm beginning and ending no earlier than January 3rd. The restrictions come as a result of increasing COVID numbers across the state that will only continue to rise through the end …




Chicken and Waffles may be the relative newcomer to iconic southern cuisine, but the Atlanta staple has made a big impact in recent years. We have seen it influence menus here in Little Rock as well as other hot spots across the south. It is the perfect combination of salty, …




The local restaurant scene has seen most places reopen their dining rooms now. A few spots, like Allsopp & Chapple, wanted to spend a little more time to make sure they create a safe space for customers to dine while still providing the atmosphere that they expect. The extra time …




Fall weather is hesitantly starting to roll in and with it we are starting to see some new menus pop up at restaurants around the city. It is a welcome site to see a return to seasonal menus, and Petit & Keet is welcoming in both dinner and cocktail menus …




Over the past eight years we poured our heart and soul into the digital pages here on Rock City Eats and our various other publications. The reason I started Rock City Eats and work hard at it for far less pay that I could get doing other things is that …




The River Market in Little Rock already has that Dickson Street vibe with several places along the stretch having a significant Fayetteville influence. Now one of Dickson Street’s most popular bars is heading to Little Rock in Cannibal and Craft. Cannibal and Craft opened in Fayetteville in 2015 bringing one …




The rejuvenation of Pine Bluff has been talked about for a decade now. During much of that time it has been a one step forward, two steps back effort. We even went down for an event almost 2 years ago that promised to be a glimpse at the future, only …




The first restaurant in the 1424 SoMa building is set to open this November with a new location of the small Atlanta based chain, The Original Hot Dog Factory. The 1424 building in SoMa has been in various stages of planning and development for several years now before finally being …




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 …




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