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The term “farm-to-table” has been well worn out by now, used by just about every restaurant that buys any fruit or vegetable from a local producer. For a while, it was the hot trend in the industry, so naturally way too many restaurants used it, and the description virtually lost …




One thing I have learned in 6+ years of covering the local food scene is if a space is going to make it they have to evolve. This is the case with any business, but it is especially true in the restaurant world. Tastes change, chefs come and go, and …




Hodge Orthodontic on Kavanagh has continued to be a popular place for setups, there are some good options there Thursday and Friday. Also, the Paint Factory in East Village is pulling together a great consistent Monday truck schedule. It is helpful because so many restaurants in the area are closed …




Petit and Keet wraps up their first two years with the largest menu to date, this time adding or significantly adjusting 10 different dishes. While that may not seem like a lot on a few of the larger menu restaurants, Petit & Keet’s dedication to a small menu means 1/3 …




Time for another edition of Truckin’, our food truck roundup. We have a number of trucks added this week, remember if you have a truck email us your schedule. There are no major food truck meets this week with it being Easter weekend, but do try to get out to …




The food truck scene in Little Rock is starting to take off again in a big way. This is in large part due to a combination of great new trucks and good locations to set up. The truck scene is growing so fast that it is hard to keep up …




It was Saturday morning in Bentonville, and Rock City Eats editor Greg Henderson, Brewed in Arkansas editor Becca Bona and I were planning out our day. We had to stop at several breweries and had a couple of ideas about lunch, but no dinner plans. After debating a few spots …




The food truck business is well-known for giving would-be restaurateurs a chance to get good kitchen experience with relatively low risk. A truck is far less expensive than a brick-and-mortar building and usually does less business, allowing the chef to learn their practice with lower overhead. But the food truck …




For whatever reason, whether it’s a restaurant’s small size, out-of-the-way location, or just a lack of publicity, some places tend to fall under the radar with a larger audience. This Rock City Eats series takes a look at these Underrated Places. The restaurant: Taqueria Jalisco’z isn’t the restaurant or the …




BBQ is part of the restaurant’s name, but the owner tends to persuade newcomers to give his other sandwiches a go before trying the barbecue. I’ve had the barbecue, it’s pretty good don’t get me wrong, but I think we can all agree to disagree since we all have our …




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