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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Get on board: Downtown dining

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Starting June 18 (today!) Chow Downtown, a 10-day event sponsored by the Little Rock Downtown Partnership, will begin.

If you have been looking for a good excuse go downtown and see what you’ve been missing, it has arrived. Participating restaurants will be running big discounts and special deals on both food and drink. All you have to do is show up and mention “Chow Downtown” to your server.

Some of the participating restaurants including Capital Bar & Grill, Capriccio Grill, Copper Grill & Grocery, Crush Wine Bar, Mike Selig’s Vermillion, Ristorante Capeo, Sticky Fingerz, Sufficient Grounds, Sonny Williams Steak Room and  more.  And with 10 whole days and nights, you’ll have time to visit them all.
 
For more info you can visit the Downtown Little Rock Partnership website, by clicking here.

-- Jessica Kokinos-Havel

 

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