Tagged: Restaurants

Native Dog Brewing Plans for Camden

Native Dog Brewing Plans for Camden

Restaurants & Food

They’re almost at the finish line and hope to be open in the next three or four weeks, said Bobby Glaze, co-founder with wife, Lauren, of Camden’s first craft brewery, Native Dog Brewing. read more >

UA Scientist Sets Her Goal: Diner Safety

UA Scientist Sets Her Goal: Diner Safety

Health CareRestaurants & Food

Kristen Gibson, a professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, is leading a research effort to find ways to protect dine-in restaurant customers from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. read more >

Will Pandemic Be the Death of Buffets?

Will Pandemic Be the Death of Buffets?

Health CareRestaurants & Food

The coronavirus epidemic has hit buffets hard. Relying on sneeze guards and the good manners and hygiene of other diners is particularly problematic now. read more >

Don Dugan Gives People What They Want

Don Dugan Gives People What They Want

Restaurants & Food

It’s been almost 10 years since Don Dugan opened Dugan’s Pub in the River Market District, and since then the Little Rock restaurateur’s goal has remained the same: Give people what they want. read more >

Staying Alive: Restaurateurs Trim & Retool

Staying Alive: Restaurateurs Trim & Retool

Restaurants & Food

The coronavirus pandemic is hitting most business sectors hard, but few have been hit harder than the restaurant industry. A disease best fought by isolating people is antithetical to a business model based on breaking bread together. read more >

Henrietta’s Aims to Offer New Concept

Henrietta’s Aims to Offer New Concept

Restaurants & Food

Four years after opening their popular At The Corner diner in downtown Little Rock, the King women — two sisters, their sister-in-law and their mother — are busy devising their next project: Henrietta’s, planned for the former Andina’s location at 433 E. Third St. read more >

Tusk & Trotter Finds Argenta to Its Taste

Tusk & Trotter Finds Argenta to Its Taste

Restaurants & Food

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 >

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

Purple Cow Celebrating Its 30th Year

Restaurants & Food

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 >