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Greg Henderson

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

Coincidental timing is always a funny thing. Last week, just before the pandemic hit, I sat down with Cathead’s Diner owner Donnie Ferneau to go over their new menu option. The plan at Catheads was to launch a roundup of delicious sandwiches that were specifically built with low ticket times …




Spring is normally a busy season for large food-related events. Global efforts to control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) by limiting large gatherings, which many of the country’s largest events being canceled, are underway. This has inevitably impacted many of the spring food events throughout the city. Some of the …




The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is starting to take hold in Central Arkansas and is in the beginning stages of what will be several weeks of disruptions to everyday life. Thankfully the local restaurant industry is quickly adapting to the new norms in order to provide exceptionally safe environments to eat. The …




Yellow Rocket Concepts is growing its Northwest Arkansas presence yet again by expanding their Heights Taco & Tamale concept to Bentonville in the form of Bentonville Taco & Tamale Co. Bentonville Taco & Tamale will take over the 5600 sq ft location at 101 W Central Ave on the downtown …




Stone’s Throw Brewing might not be the first place you think of for food. For starters, they do not have an actual kitchen in the small brick and mortar brewery. Yet, despite that minor limitation, they are serving up some of the best brew food in Little Rock in their …




One of our favorite annual BBQ events, the B Street Rib Off, is back again for a 12th year. This year’s Rib Off will take place on April 18th in Argenta. The competition always draws a good crowd of experienced competitors in the signature rib competition as well as the …




Atlas Bar has been a popular stop along the SoMa district since opening a year ago, but after a year of being open, the restaurant and bar wants to take a “spring break” to make a number of adjustments for the second trip around the sun. They will open this …




After 5 years in operation, Damgoode Pies plans to close their Rivermarket operation on March 15th according to a letter sent to all employees earlier this week. Damgoode took over the prime location at 500 President Clinton Avenue in 2015 after the previous tenant, Boscos, closed. It was a unique …




Taking over for a decades-old institution is no small task. A new owner has to be careful to balance the history of the restaurant with a willingness to move the place forward for a new generation. This is exactly the type of balance Nicholas Copeland worked to achieve when he …




The Little Rock area has been on a roll lately with a number of popular food shows highlighting local restaurants. One show that you do not want to be highlighted on however is Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back. The show takes struggling restaurants and tries to renovate …




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