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Friday, January 31, 2014

Food Feedback Friday: a badger, a birthday, and Bruno's

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January comes to a close and the month of love is just around the corner. Maybe you’re already thinking about where you’ll be dining with your sweetheart this V-day. If you’re thinking about Cache (and you don’t already have reservations), think again. I tried and it was booked solid. But there’s plenty of great options for this special day. Expect special menus from many of LR’s top dining establishments.

Last week on FFF, Steve sang the praises of the “Badger Burger at Big Orange Midtown. Fried onion strings, beer cheese, bacon and jalapeño ketchup. Had it for lunch and it was phenomenal.” Jennifer B. says she “managed to get three celebratory meals out of being a birthday girl this week” including Chuy’s, ZAZA, and Bruno’s. Quite a week. Well played, Jennifer. Kevin is now a fan of Iriana’s, claiming it is “easily some of the best pizza in LR.” EW Swan says Ristorante Capeo is “as spectacular as ever. The seafood linguine may be my new favorite there, at least until the elk makes it back to the menu on a regular basis.” Thanh is a big fan of the teres major at HAM, claiming “I may not need to ever buy any other cut of meat.”

So what is it going to be this week? Superbowl is a comin’. What ya got planned?

And in case you missed it, here's the audio from our recent appearance on the Alice Stewart Show, in which we were joined by Little Rock Foodcast's Steve Shuler.

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