Favorite

What's Cooking, April 1 

Joe St. Ana, owner of Crush Wine Bar and Diversion Tapas Restaurant, has opened a new restaurant and bar in the River Market. Bill Street serves typical pub grub — burgers, sandwiches, wings, salads — and plans to host live music in the long vacant two-story space at 614 President Clinton Ave., next to the Clinton Museum Store. Currently, the restaurant and bar occupies the below-street-level space. St. Ana said last week that he plans to use the upper floor for special parties and events. Hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to closing Monday through Saturday. Because of what St. Ana said was a service provider problem, the phone isn't yet working.

Palette Catering's Jeremy and Jacquelyn Pittman have opened a retail space, Gourmet To Go, where they're selling a variety of prepared items. The store is located at 600 N. Tyler in Hillcrest, on the corner of Woodlawn and North Tyler. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. The phone number is 666-1885 and the website is gourmettogoinlittlerock.com.

Through the month of April, Savor the City brings together a host of Little Rock restaurants that are offering discounted prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. See the participating restaurants at experiencelittlerockdining.com or on page 20 and 21 of this issue.

Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

More by Arkansas Times Staff

Most Shared

  • Labor department director inappropriately expensed out-of-state trips, audit finds

    Jones was "Minority Outreach Coordinator" for Hutchinson's 2014 gubernatorial campaign. The governor first named him as policy director before placing him over the labor department instead in Jan. 2015, soon after taking office.
  • Department of Arkansas Heritage archeologist resigns

    Bob Scoggin, 50, the Department of Arkansas Heritage archeologist whose job it was to review the work of agencies, including DAH and the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, for possible impacts on historic properties, resigned from the agency on Monday. Multiple sources say Scoggin, whom they describe as an "exemplary" employee who the week before had completed an archeological project on DAH property, was told he would be fired if he did not resign.
  • Forget identity politics

    Amid the climate of disbelief and fear among Democrats following Donald Trump's election, a fascinating debate has broken out about what's called "identity politics" on the left, "political correctness" by the right.
  • Lawsuit filed against ADC officials, prison chaplain convicted of sexual assault at McPherson

    A former inmate who claims she was sexually assaulted over 70 times by former McPherson Womens' Unit chaplain Kenneth Dewitt has filed a federal lawsuit against Dewitt, several staff members at the prison, and officials with the Arkansas Department of Corrections, including former director Ray Hobbs.
  • Lessons from Standing Rock

    A Fayetteville resident joins the 'water protectors' allied against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Latest in What's Cookin'

Visit Arkansas

Arkansas remembers Pearl Harbor

Arkansas remembers Pearl Harbor

Central Arkansas venues have a full week of commemorative events planned

Event Calendar

« »

December

S M T W T F S
  1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
 

© 2016 Arkansas Times | 201 East Markham, Suite 200, Little Rock, AR 72201
Powered by Foundation