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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

The Rumor Mill.

Posted By on Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 10:34 AM

Chasing down some rumors this morning... just heard that Crush Wine Bar is set to relocate to North Little Rock.  Of course, since they don't open until 5pm, I don't have firm confirmation.  But a good friend of mine apparently heard it at Diversions last night.  I'll follow up.

Oh, I forgot to mention Diversions.  They're open in the same spot that once held Lemon, a crepe place that somehow I failed to visit before it closed up shop.  I really should give it a try.

Also trying to track down word about Satellite Diner.  The website is hot and active and has guest musicians sitting in as early as Friday night; however, a blog reader reported a For Lease sign in front of the building, and I haven't been able to get through on the phone lines.  Will keep trying.

Do you have a rumor or update to share?

UPDATE:  Rumor's true, Crush will be moving to Argenta after this month.  Reader Paul Ward mentioned it was a rent increase issue.  I called tonight and sure enough... exact plans and the address of the new location aren't available yet.

However, that other rumor?  Unfounded.  Satellite Cafe is indeed open -- until 10 p.m. tonight.  We're going to have to make a special visit now.

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