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Blue Coast Burrito at 4613 E. McCain Blvd. in North Little Rock was open for take-out and delivery last week while dine-in service was suspended.
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Restaurateurs Differ on Plans For Reopening

While restaurant dining rooms in Arkansas will be allowed to reopen today, being allowed to reopen and actually reopening are two different things. read more >
The First Orion Building, framed by a piece of Argenta Plaza, is a $15 million, 72,000-SF project including offices, a commercial gym and a Tusk & Trotter restaurant.
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Move-in Ready at Argenta PlazaLock Icon

Two centerpieces of a $65 million construction boom surrounding the new Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock — the First Orion Building and 600 Main — opened for move-ins recently, just in time for workers to start moving out because of the coronavirus pandemic. read more >
Little Rock restaurateurs Scott McGehee, Capi Peck and Mark Abernathy agree that plant-based menus are getting the green light from diners.
Agriculture & Poultry / Small Business

Local Chefs Prognosticate Food Trends

One food and dining trend on which almost all agree is plant-based proteins and plant-based menus in general, including vegan dishes. read more >
Investments / Restaurants & Food

New Dining Options Say Aloha to BentonvilleLock Icon

Pig & Swig Hospitality Group has a couple of new concepts coming down the pike. read more >
Tusk & Trotter in Bentonville.
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Tusk & Trotter Finds Argenta to Its Taste

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. read more >
Hamra opened his first Potbelly Sandwich Shop in Little Rock in 2014.
Tourism / Transportation

Potbelly Expanding, New Food Truck Rolling Out in NWALock Icon

Rob Nelson, owner and executive chef at Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie of Bentonville, is planning his first food truck. The owner of two Potbelly Sandwich Shop restaurants in Little Rock has a letter of intent on a site for a Potbelly in Rogers. read more >
Restaurants & Food

Restaurants in Arkansas Fight to Keep Good Workers

Finding and keeping good restaurant workers in the current tight labor market is a big problem in Arkansas as well as nationwide. read more >