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Greg Henderson

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

It is hard to replace a legendary owner like Jerry Barakat at a restaurant. His experience and expertise in building world-class culinary institutions in Little Rock are second to none. This was a huge obstacle that faced owners Dr. Meraj Siddiqui and Dr. Ahmad Rafi when they purchased Kemuri from Barakat late last …




The Arkansas Department of Heritage announced the finalist for the Food Hall of Fame program today. The Arkansas Food Hall of Fame honors restaurants and individuals in an overall hall of fame category, proprietor of the year, food themed event, and a gone but not forgotten category that focuses on …




When I started to develop the framework of Rock City 7 years ago, I saw one key problem. Local publications were failing to connect small businesses with potential customers. I had spent most of my career in digital marketing working with small businesses, helping them to reach customers, and local …




This time of year is quiet for us, I typically give the rest of the writers a much-needed break while I sit back and plan the next year. Each year I try to combine market trends, credible rumors I hear, and emerging patterns I see in the industry to get …




*Update* Owner Kushan Patel says he parted ways with original co-owner. He does plan to reopen the deli next week after the split. We will update any other changes as we get them. Original We have received word that Donuts and Deli, located at 308 Main Street, is now closed …




Can Pine Bluff actually be a food town? It is a question that I’ve heard asked a lot lately by folks higher up the food chain than myself. It was also a question that came up in a big way on a cold Monday night at the Donald W. Reynolds …




The Clinton Library and their restaurant 42 Bar and Table have always been blessed with a strong culinary team since long-time restaurant industry professional Michael Selig took over as Food and Beverage Director. This week they unveiled their finalized culinary team after executive chef Gilbert Alaquinez departed to start his own venture. Taking …




The 300 block of Main Street in Downtown Little Rock is going through a major food boom right now, making it one of the best-concentrated areas of quality food in the city. Along with that there are a couple of good bars in the mix, but nothing really filled the …




The restaurant for the Arkansas Arts Center has always played an interesting role. Yes, it provides food to guests of the Arts Center, and it is also the main caterer for any of their events. The two previous tenants, Best Impressions and Canvas, played those two roles well. It also …




A delicious Thanksgiving meal comes in all shapes and forms in Little Rock. Whatever your plans are, there’s an option for you!  If you’re not doing a traditional dinner at home with the folks or if you’re looking for something after we’ve got you covered. This list doesn’t represent every …




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