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Harry and Jorge's opens 

Harry and Jorge's, Daniel Bryant's new sit-down Mexican restaurant in the former home of Flying Burrito, opened last week. The voluminous menu features all the standards we've come to expect from Americanized Mexican restaurants — plenty of burritos, chimichangas, fajitas, quesadillas and tacos. Plus, more unique fare — dip made of guacamole, jalapenos and chunks of blue cheese and several barbacoa (Mexican barbecue) options.

The restaurant's open 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. There's a full bar. The phone number is 372-7272, and the address is 300 President Clinton Ave.

To see the menu, visit arktimes.com/harryandjorges.

Now you can celebrate a successful climb of Pinnacle Mountain with a hot dog. Big Daddy's Dogs just scored a contract with Pinnacle Mountain State Park to serve hot dogs every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. through November in the West Summit Park.

Chris and Terri Roberts own the mobile food cart, which hooks to a trailer hitch on Chris' Mazda hatchback. You can find Chris weekly in various locations around town. For up-to-date locations, check Big Daddy's on Facebook.

Big Daddy's serves Nathan's all-beef dogs and turkey dogs with the basic combinations, a chilidog, and several special dogs, such as one that combines bacon, ranch and blue cheese.

Terri Roberts said she and her husband were hoping to expand within the next six months.

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