Restaurants & Food


Tusk & Trotter Finds Argenta to Its Taste

Tusk & Trotter Finds Argenta to Its Taste
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Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie, the acclaimed Bentonville restaurant, plans to open a location in North Little Rock because, says executive chef and owner Rob Nelson, the Argenta Arts District is radiating a Bentonville vibe.


US Retail Sales Dip 0.3% in September

US Retail Sales Dip 0.3% in September

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Retail sales dropped in September by the largest amount in seven months, possibly signaling that rising trade tensions and turbulent markets are having an impact on consumer spending. read more >

Arkansas Business Announces CFO Finalists, Tickets Info

Arkansas Business Announces CFO Finalists, Tickets Info

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Arkansas Business' 2019 CFO of the Year finalists and Lifetime Achievement Award winners will be recognized at a luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock. read more >

Hotel Hot Springs Faces Foreclosure Sale

Hotel Hot Springs Faces Foreclosure Sale

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The 200-room Hotel Hot Springs & Spa will be sold at a foreclosure sale to help pay a $128.9 million judgment its owner received in June. read more >

Ever Seen a Purple Cow? Muñoz Pugh Counts on It

Ever Seen a Purple Cow? Muñoz Pugh Counts on It

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Christina Muñoz Madsen, a former TV news anchor and VP of marketing and public relations at the University of Central Arkansas, has been partnered with branding and marketing specialist Michelle Pugh of Conway for a little over a year. read more >

Barrister Court Property Sells for $3M

Barrister Court Property Sells for $3M

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This week's six-pack of real estate transactions features apartments in Little Rock and Sherwood, a fast-food eatery in Conway, an equipment rental project in east Little Rock, a west Little Rock residence and a coming-soon convenience store location in North Little Rock. read more >

Trump Administration Issues New Overtime Rule

Trump Administration Issues New Overtime Rule

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The Trump administration has issued a rule that will make overtime pay available to 1.3 million additional workers, though the proposal replaces a more generous one advanced by former President Barack Obama. read more >

PetSmart-Banfield Pet Hospital Sold for $4.5M

PetSmart-Banfield Pet Hospital Sold for $4.5M

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This week's quartet of million-dollar real estate transactions features a pet-centric property in west Little Rock, a fast-food spot in Cabot, a postal project in Alexander and a retail store in northern Saline County. read more >

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

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While Purple Cow itself is a tribute to nostalgia, its methods to keep current in an ever-shifting restaurant landscape, buffeted not just by diners' whims but by technology, is all about moving forward. read more >

J. Max Van Hoose Advances at Harps (Movers & Shakers)

J. Max Van Hoose Advances at Harps (Movers & Shakers)

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J. Max Van Hoose, vice president of store planning for Harps Food Stores Inc. of Springdale, has been promoted to executive vice president of the grocery chain, according to Kim Eskew, Harps chairman and CEO. read more >

Franke's Closes Downtown Cafeteria

Franke's Closes Downtown Cafeteria

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Bob Terrell, manager of the west Little Rock Franke's location, says closing the Franke's Cafeteria's location in downtown Little Rock's Regions Center was just a business decision. read more >

Millennial Life: Better Educated, Most Women Work

Millennial Life: Better Educated, Most Women Work

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Millennials are better educated than previous generations, with the share of young adults in the millennial generation (born 1981 through 1996) who have a bachelor's degree or higher standing at 39% compared with 15% for the silent generation (1928-1945). read more >