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Greg Henderson

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

I began what I consider my career in 2007. I was working in the (then) Metropolitan building at a local web design firm. Rock City Times, Rock City Eats and my love of food in general were barely a twinkle in my eye. Lunch dining options in downtown were scarce, …




I love the start of summer time in the state for only one reason. Grilling. It makes the unbearable heat is a little better next to some hot coals with a cold cocktail. When most people think grilling they think meat. My favorite things to grill are actually fruits and …




Little Rock has no shortage of food festivals. From ethnic festivals like the Turkish and Jewish food festivals, to the general food truck gatherings like Main Street food festival. Most are packed into the spring time, it feels like you can find something to do almost every weekend in the …




There are a lot of things to love about Arkansas in the spring. From a food perspective, nothing is better than fresh Arkansas strawberries. Strawberry season typically runs from the last week of April until the first week of June. If you are somehow unfamiliar with Arkansas strawberries let me …




This year is shaping up to be another great year for new locally owned restaurants in Little Rock. We have already seen a solid opening at Mylo Coffee Co., and the places announced so far seem to be even better. Now that we were released to tell you a bit (we …




Yellow Rocket Concepts™ (YRC), the proprietary group of restaurant concepts ZAZA, Big Orange, and Local Lime in Little Rock, Arkansas, is thrilled to announce our newest restaurant project, Heights Taco & Tamale Company (HT&T). HT&T will be located at 5805 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock, AR in the ‘Heights’ neighborhood. The …




Last fall we began taking a weekly look at new food and food related events going on around the Little Rock area in a series called Around the Rock. It has become a community look at what is happening on the rapidly growing food scene in town. We decided to take …




To many who never lived in Saline County, Ed and Kay’s dinner is easily overlooked. It sits on the southwest edge of the Benton, just to the right as I-30 is taking you away to likely a more enjoyable destination of Dallas or Hot Springs. If you are from Saline …




Time is an amazing thing. Especially living in any decent sized city. What time makes new today it will bulldoze tomorrow. We see that a lot in the food industry. Everyone is entranced with the next new thing. South on Main, Cache, or whatever Donnie Ferneau and Lee Richardson are …




This week marked the return to patio dining season, even if the local weathermen are trying to put a temporary hold on it. One of our favorite things about spring and fall in Little Rock is enjoying lunch or after work drinks on some of the excellent patios around town. …




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