Restaurants & Food

Soul Fish Café On the Line for August Opening

Soul Fish Café On the Line for August Opening

It looks like Aug. 3 or thereabouts is the opening day for Soul Fish Café, which features fried catfish and other Southern favorites, at 306 Main St. in downtown Little Rock next door to the also eagerly awaited Bruno's Deli.
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Chip's Barbeque Falls Off Grill with Bankruptcy

Chip's Barbeque of Little Rock recently closed and filed for bankruptcy protection, listing $400,000 in debts.
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Buffalo Brewing Ready To Take Wing in Little Rock

Buffalo Brewing is an outgrowth of the Water Buffalo, a retailer of supplies for hobby beer and winemakers, cheese makers and specialty gardeners (think hydroponic) at 106 S. Rodney Parham Road.
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Westrock Coffee Partners With P. Allen Smith, Razorbacks

Westrock Coffee Co. of North Little Rock and the P. Allen Smith Cos. of Little Rock announced Monday a partnership to promote their farm-focused brands.
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