What's Cooking, Sept. 24 

Through Saturday, most all of the restaurants in downtown North Little Rock are participating in Restaurant Week in Argenta. Those offering two-course, $8 lunches include Cafe La Pace, Cornerstone Pub, Creegen's, Margo's Catfish Diner, Reno's, Starving Artist and Ump's. Those offering three-course, $25 dinners include Cafe La Pace (for two), Ristorante Capeo, Starving Artist and Ump's.


Khalil's Pub and Grill has opened at 110 S. Shackleford (the former home of Julie's). The bar and grill is open for lunch and dinner daily (and brunch on Sunday). Monday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., is happy hour. Get more info and download menus at khalilspub.com.



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