Roasted Red Bell Pepper, Carrot, Sultana Raisins, Pineapple
Black Beans, Jack Cheese, Goat Cheese, Fresh Jalapeno, Red Bell Pepper, Mexican Crema, Cilantro (Vegetarian when Ordered without Chicken Addition)
Chile Broth, Fried Tortillas, Avocado, Grilled Chicken, Jack Cheese
The Local Salad
Romaine, Black Beans, Fresh Corn, Red Bell Pepper, Shaved Jalapeno, Queso Fresco, Fried Tortilla Strips, Avocado, Cilantro Dressed with House-Made Manchego Peppercorn Cream (Vegetarian when Meat Option is not added)
Grilled Ribeye Steak, Fajita Veggies, Tomatillo Sauce, Mexican Crema, Cilantro. Served on Flour Tortillas.
Most food enthusiasts in Arkansas can feel it — there's a lot of good going on in the Central Arkansas dining scene. There's a lot to be celebrated, many improvements being made. People are genuinely excited about what they are eating. Several Arkansas establishments are gaining national attention. Some might consider this a "turning point" for Arkansas food, a renaissance, of sorts. Are we eating at the edge of greatness? In 10 years, is Little Rock positioned to become the food world's next Austin, Portland or Nashville?
Yellow Rocket Concepts, the team behind Big Orange, Local Lime and ZaZa, is expanding into the beer business. Partners John Beachboard, Scott McGehee and Russ McDonough have leased 19,000-square-feet in the former headquarters of Candy Bouquet in the warehouse district east of I-30 for a production brewery they're calling Lost 40 Brewing Co.