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Steve Shuler

Steve Shuler
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A long-time foodie, Steve started his career as a news producer with FOX16 News. In addition to his work on Rock City Eats, Steve is the host of the Little Rock Foodcast, a podcast covering Little Rock food. He has also served as food writer for Sync Weekly. Steve and his family have lived in the Little Rock area for 10 years.

Stifft Station cafe and bike shop The Meteor will close its Little Rock location at the end of this month. Its last day is December 1. The Meteor took over the former Spokes bicycle shop in July 2017 and quickly became a reliable community hub for the Stifft Station and …




Less than a year after opening, The Capital’s Seafood House in downtown Little Rock appears to be closed. The electronic marquee last week read “Closed” all week; now, it’s turned completely off and several signs and posters have been removed from the windows. There’s been no response at the listed …




It’s a pretty quiet week in Central Arkansas’ beer scene, but there are still a few items to let you know about. Today at 4 p.m., Lost Forty Brewing’s Freshcut Monday release is S’morest Queen, a variation on the brewery’s popular Forest Queen Milk Chocolate Stout. S’morest Queen takes the …




Much like the rest of the country, Little Rock isn’t exactly a tea city. For centuries, coffee has been preferred to tea, going back all the way to the Revolutionary War and a certain tea party in Boston Harbor. In the minds of the colonists, tea became representative of Great …




Flyway Brewing has a busy week ahead with a couple of events and some old favorites back on tap. On Wednesday, it’s the Flyway for the Birds beer dinner with Audubon Arkansas, featuring five dishes with wild bird meat on the menu. Each of the five courses is paired with …




It feels like we say this every few months, but major congratulations are again in order for Little Rock’s Rock Town Distillery. The distillery features prominently in the upcoming 2020 release of Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible with five whiskeys rated as “Liquid Gold” in the annual guide. All five were …




If you’ve driven near War Memorial Stadium any time over the past few months, you’ve probably seen the small white building turning into a new restaurant on Van Buren St. It’s been coming for most of 2019, but now Hillcrest Little Bakery is open for business. Owned by Scott Loye …




This week’s big beer event is the quarterly tap takeover from the Arkansas Brewers Guild at Stone’s Throw’s new Stifft Station taproom. Every three months, the guild brings beer from brewers all over Arkansas to one brewery to promote the state’s beer scene and allow people to try some brews …




Tomorrow is the last day to submit your nominations for the fourth class of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame, presented by the Department of Arkansas Heritage. Every year, the hall of fame inducts three local restaurants that have been continuously open for at least 25 years. Nine restaurants are …




The beer party in East Village this weekend was impressive, and now both breweries are continuing with big releases this week. It starts today with Lost Forty Brewing, which held its annual Festival of Darkness Nighty Night release party on Saturday. Today’s Freshcut Monday is a double release of Nighty …




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