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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Starving Artist Cafe Reopens

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The Starving Artist Café reopened today in their new location on Main Street in Argenta.  Considering it was their first day back in full operation and the weather was hideous, they had a fairly full house at lunch and the service was fast and friendly.
Customers can expect the same menu but will be impressed by the larger space, which is filled with even more art than the last location. Even the tables are uniquely painted by local artists and, like the art on the walls, are available for purchase. Their hours have also been extended. They now serve dinner every Tuesday through Saturday night until 9pm. They are expecting to obtain a liquor license this week, at which point they will have full bar.

Starving Artist Cafe
411 Main St.
Argenta Arts District
Downtown North Little Rock, AR
phone: 501-372-7976
fax: 501-372-7188
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-9pm

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