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Cache Chef Payne Harding Apologizes After Protestors Hit With Water

by Arkansas Business Staff 8/12/2015 3:30 pm

Payne Harding, the executive chef and co-owner of Cache Restaurant in Little Rock, issued an apology on Wednesday after he reportedly dumped water on protestors outside the eatery Tuesday evening.

Chef Lee Richardson May Be Ready to 'Cache' In

by Arkansas Business Staff 8/3/2015 12:00 am

An announcement may be coming that Chef Lee Richardson, the celebrated former executive chef at the Capital Hotel, is taking his talents (in some form) to Cache, the restaurant owned by Rush Harding and his son, Payne.

Matthew Cooper Leaving Cache Restaurant at End of 2014

by Lee Hogan 12/10/2014 4:07 pm

Matthew Cooper, general manager and executive chef, at Cache Restaurant in downtown Little Rock is leaving at the end of the year to "purse a new opportunity."

Upscale Rivals Play Catch-up to Cache in Sales Receipts

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/7/2014 12:00 am

Cache has been open only since mid-December, yet it’s on track to blow by the competition among Little Rock’s full-service, fine dining, white tablecloth restaurants in total sales, including the usual leader, Sonny Williams Steak Room.The restaurant, co-owned by Crews & Associates CEO Rush Harding and his son, Payne, is located at 425 President Clinton Ave. in the River Market District, in the $14 million, 59,000-SF Arcade Building.

Hardings' Cache Restaurant a Clarion Call for Good Times in River Market

by Jan Cottingham 12/16/2013 12:00 am

Cache co-owners Rush Harding and his son Payne are determined to be ready for their restaurant's opening in the River Market, housed in the nearly-completed Arcade Building.

Payne Harding's Cache Restaurant Aiming for New Year's Eve Opening

by Lance Turner 10/15/2013 9:32 am

Cache, the upscale restaurant now under construction in the Arcade Building in the River Market District in downtown Little Rock, is aiming for a holiday grand opening.

Harding Restaurant in River Market To Open In Fall 2013

by Kate Knable 8/20/2012 12:00 am

Moses Tucker Real Estate's three-story construction project in the Little Rock River Market District includes an upscale restaurant in its designs.