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It’s true. The Clinton Library is the likeliest spot to see someone famous, whether the man himself, the famous politicos who visit the Clinton School of Public Service next door or the tourists from all over who must see 42’s shrine.

And speaking of 42 — Café 42, that is. We’ve seen NFL football players, a movie star or two and undoubtedly some famous people we didn’t recognize when we’ve dropped in for lunch. Little Rock-style celebrities are often in evidence at the deluxe Sunday brunch.

Other good places to people watch, according to our readers:

• Arkansas Arts Center.

• Afterthought.

• Little Rock National Airport.

• River Market.

• Central Flying Service.

• Mallard’s in the Peabody.

• Doe’s.

• Sonny Williams.

• Nu.

• Boulevard Bread Co.




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