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Huddle House Opens 6th Arkansas Location in Jonesboro

Father-Son Duo and Multi-Unit Franchisees Bring Highly Anticipated “Any Meal, Any Time” Diner Concept to Craighead County. Huddle House, the nation’s iconic all-day breakfast restaurant and neighborhood gathering place, is officially opening for business in the Jonesboro community. The new location, which is set to open on Tuesday, June 29, is conveniently located at 2180 East Highland Drive and marks the 6th Arkansas-based restaurant for the brand.
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Bo.Co. Bistro

Bo.Co. Bistro is one of Conway’s newest and most delicious new eateries!. Known for its “southern charm with a bourbon flare,” Bo.Co. serves up a menu that has something for everyone that combines southern cooking with gourmet tastes. The menu includes a variety of different dishes that will make your mouth water and satisfy every appetite. They offer Bo.Co. loaded nachos, firecracker shrimp, flounder bites, burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, southern seafood platters, pork chops, chicken platters, open face roast beef, salads, po’ boys, and jumbo soft pretzels. They also offer a selection of beers, wines, and signature cocktails. Bo.Co. offers a Happy Hour daily (Monday to Saturday) from 4 PM to 7 PM with a deal on their drinks and food options.
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RESTAURANT TRANSITIONS: Flint's focus now chicken at 1 location

Flint Flenoy is turning chicken. Flenoy is converting his Flint's Just Like Mom's, in the Union Plaza Building, 124 W. Capitol Ave., Little Rock, into Flint's Southern Fried Chicken, on or about July 5. The menu will center on Flenoy's brag-worthy fried chicken, but will include "everything with chicken," including six chicken-centered salads, wraps, sandwiches, pastas, chicken tacos and whatever Flenoy will offer for his daily plate lunch — and yes, that'll sometimes mean chicken and dumplings.
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Sip On Nostalgia And Tasty Malts At Arkansas’ Susie Q Malt Shop

Treat yourself to a taste of the past at Susie Q Malt Shop! A longtime favorite, the drive-in has been doling out delicious eats and sweets for decades. Between its old-school flair and classic drive-in fare, it’s the perfect place to get your fill of great grub AND nostalgia. For more information, call Susie Q […] The post Sip On Nostalgia And Tasty Malts At Arkansas’ Susie Q Malt Shop appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Huddle House to Open in Jonesboro, Arkansas

Huddle House, the nation’s iconic all-day breakfast restaurant and neighborhood gathering place, is officially opening for business in the Jonesboro community. The new location, which is set to open on Tuesday, June 29, is conveniently located at 2180 East Highland Drive and marks the 6th Arkansas-based restaurant for the brand.
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The Brick Oven Baked Pizza At Arkansas’ Smoke House Pizzeria Can’t Be Beat

Small town Arkansas is full of surprises – and Smoke House Pizzeria is one of them. A real brick oven pizzeria, it serves up some of the best pizza in Arkansas. From the hand-stretched crust to the mouthwatering topping combos, the pies are sure to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Seriously, this place can’t […] The post The Brick Oven Baked Pizza At Arkansas’ Smoke House Pizzeria Can’t Be Beat    appeared first on Only In Your State.
Little Rock, ARArkansas Business

Popup Dinner Series Reborn

If all went as scheduled, Rock City Eats on Saturday resumed its popup dinner series at Community Bakery in downtown Little Rock, with plans to hold a popup dinner there every month. It’s a new, improved series — improvements delayed by the pandemic, said Greg Henderson, the proprietor of the Rock City Eats blog.
Arkansas Times

Hot Dog Mike to return this weekend

In 2010, a man donning a fedora and thick, black-framed glasses calling himself Hot Dog Mike started popping up around Central Arkansas with a modestly sized mobile hot dog cart and a fairly simple menu of all-beef storebought franks, basic condiments and generic buns. Somehow, he became one of the most hyped food purveyors in Little Rock. Not that his creations weren’t inventive and fun. There was the WooPigHotDog, with bacon, slaw, onion and barbecue sauce. TheCAPITALdog with cream cheese, relish and sport peppers. And there was Hot Dog Mike himself and his social media savvy, which helped propel him to Little Rock stardom.
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6 Best Rooftop Bars in Arkansas

Arkansas is also known as the Natural State. The reason behind that is, Arkansas has some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers, and nature spots. It is also the only US state that produces diamonds. It is also home to some of the prettiest tourist attraction spots.
Little Rock, ARArkansas Online

OPINION | RESTAURANT REVIEW: Rockin' sushi

It was only a couple of months between the opening of Little Rock's first outlet of the Alabama-based Rock N Roll Sushi franchise-chain operation, on Chenal Parkway, and the second, which took over the former Atlas Bar, 1224 Main St. A local real estate agent persuaded the franchisees, Chris Kramolis...
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RESTAURANT TRANSITIONS: Samantha's sets July 7-8 for opening

After being closed since mid-February, when bursting pipes caused by an ice storm flooded its basement, Samantha's Tap Room & Wood Grill, 322 Main St., Little Rock, will reopen for dinner at 4 p.m. July 7 and at 11 a.m. July 8, for lunch. Co-owner Chris Tanner says the restaurant will then return to full pre-pandemic hours, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday-Saturday. He also expects to debut two new menu items. The phone number is (501) 379-8019. The website is samstap.com. The Facebook page is facebook.com/samanthastaproom.
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The Root Cafe celebrates 10th birthday

The Root Cafe has been bringing locally sourced ingredients in the form of burgers, brats, banh mi sandwiches, an excellent brunch (and other foods that don’t necessarily start with the letter b) to the SoMa neighborhood for a decade. Owners Jack and Corri Bristow-Sundell, and fans of the farm to table approach, have reason to celebrate. The Root hasn’t merely survived 10 years and a pandemic, it’s flourished in its comfy, quaint digs at 1500 Main St. An email blast from The Root to its customers said, “Since opening we have spent over $2.5 million dollars with local farmers and producers; expanded our hours to include breakfast and dinner; created and hosted events like the LR Beard & Mustache Contest, the Traditional Pie Bake-off, and the Hot Pepper Eating Contest; and been featured on Food Network’s ‘Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives!’ Here’s to the next 10 years of Building Community Through Local Food!”