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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Restaurant News.

Posted By on Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 1:10 PM

Three notes from the Arkansas restaurant scene.

Lilly's DimSum Then Some ventures into breakfast.  Nancy Tesmer and Jeffrey Moore have started B-Side, a breakfast place within Lilly's party room.  The offerings include pancakes, waffles Scotch eggs and more. 

Buffalo Wild Wings will open its West Little Rock location in late April if all goes according to plan.  A set date has not been announced.

And Eureka Springs' Road Kill Cafe, purveyors of road food and raccoon jerky, is apparently no more.  The building is empty and up for sale.

Have some restaurant news to share?  Drop me a line at kat@tiedyetravels.com.

MORE:  David Backlin passes along notes from the Western Wall:

New China and Lone Star Steakhouse in Ft. Smith have closed. 

Diamond Head on Towson at Phoenix has moved back to its Midland location.

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