'Seaton's Scott Place' coming to former Hardin's Market in Scott | Eat Arkansas

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

'Seaton's Scott Place' coming to former Hardin's Market in Scott

Posted By on Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 11:23 AM

Back in late April, Greg Seaton, Jr., owner of the storied N. Little Rock barbecue joint The White Pig Inn, bought the defunct Hardin's Market in Scott at auction.

With renovations of the space at 15235 U.S. 165 ongoing, Seaton said he hopes to open a new restaurant there, to be called "Seaton's Scott Place," in mid to late July. The interior will be significantly changed from the Hardin's Market days, Seaton said. They'll be open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Saturday.

Seaton said the menu at the new restaurant will feature his family's famous pit barbecue, but also some new fare. "We'll have a similar menu to what we have here at White Pig, but we're also adding some items," Seaton said. "We're going to do hand-patted burgers, hand-breaded chicken, steaks on Friday and Saturday night, and fish."


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