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Friday, February 3, 2012

Renaud Brothers nod to Little Rock spots in Bon Appetit

Posted By on Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 2:44 PM

The Renaud brothers
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Brent and Craig Renaud, the tireless filmmakers and founders of the Little Rock Film Festival, recently offered Bon Appetit readers a primer on non-touristy hot-spots to hit up here in Capital City.

Among their picks: Ashley's, White Water Tavern, Whole Hog Cafe and Diamond Bear Brewing Co. We've certainly no quibble with any of those, though some of were unfamiliar with Chicken Wang Cafe and will have to remedy that situation right quick.

Cheese dip, naturally, gets prominent mention. Their fave? Juanita's. I can go along with that, but I haven't had a lot of cheese dip I didn't like. To echo my dad's pearl of wisdom about barbecue, my favorite cheese dip is always my next cheese dip.

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