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Greg Henderson

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

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 …




Without a doubt, Big Orange has the deepest most craft heavy cocktail bar in talent-rich cocktail town. That is saying a lot compared to the other highly talented bars in town. The latest fall/winter menu does a great job to capture the depth of experimentation, flavors and overall craft of …




Mark this one up to “I’ll believe it when I see it”. Word out yesterday is that longtime Stifft’s Station dive Pizza D’s is closing their doors. I was hesitant to even pass on word about Pizza D’s (officially Pizza D’Action, but no one calls it that), we have seen …




The warning signs have been going off for months, but it seems Live Life Chill has officially closed their doors according to various food and beverage reps and facebook posts by employees. Additionally, we had several people spot equipment being moved out of the location yesterday reduced hours to weekend …




It is that time of year again. Time to see those family members you forget about the other 364 days of the year. Don’t count on cousin Eddy to handle the turkey this year, there are plenty of fantastic local spots who can do it for you and much better. …




I often tell potential restaurant owners that the best part about living in Little Rock is that there is no pressure to create something new, we stay a solid 3-5 years behind trends and something unique will likely fail. The positive is that it gives restaurant owners a chance to …




It has been two and a half years since we first heard about Delta Biscuit Co.’s plans to bring their breakfast oriented concept to Little Rock. In that time a lot has changed and they decided last year to forgo the initial brick and mortar spot and go with a …




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