Drink

A few weeks ago we covered some changes on the food side of the 1836 Club, now they are rolling out a new bar menu to complement it. In a space with two bars, the drinks have always been a strong point at the club, the newest menu is no …




This week in Central Arkansas’ beer scene kicks off in a couple of hours at Lost Forty Brewing, where the brewery’s Freshcut Monday release is a Christmas riff on a popular seasonal brew. Lost Forty is debuting Currant Mood: Mulling it Over today at 4 p.m. This variant brew takes …




Buffalo Brewing Company has closed after three years in business. The brewery had recently made the jump from operating within a garden and hobby shop to a standalone business with a taproom in the Heights neighborhood and a brewing operation down Cantrell hill. However, the move didn’t make enough money …




Lost Forty Brewing kicks off the first week of December with a truly whimsical creation. Today’s Freshcut Monday (I’m only typing this once) is Peanut Butter and Banana S’morest Queen Milk Chocolate Stout. This Inception-style variation on a variation takes the S’morest Queen stout released two weeks ago and adds …




Typically every year we do a roundup of places to eat on Thanksgiving. To be honest in our 7 years that list does not change much. This year we decided to shift our focus a bit. Perhaps you had to sit through two hours of pretending to eat green bean …




Thanksgiving week is here, which usually means a quiet week without much happening. That’s not the case this year, starting with Rebel Kettle and an insane Black Friday line-up. The brewery is releasing three beers that day to go with its Black Friday brunch menu. First up is Mouthful of …




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 …




Community Bakery has been a neighborhood staple of south Main street long before SoMa was even a thing, it opened up on Main in 1952 after spending the first couple of years in Rose City. They produce fantastic bread used by restaurants all over the city, delicious pastries and cakes …




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