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Savor the City again, during August

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click to enlarge Dessert at Brave New, a participant in last year's Savor the City.
  • Dessert at Brave New, a participant in last year's Savor the City.

The fifth annual Savor the City kicks off Aug. 1 for Little Rock Restaurant Month, when eateries will provide discounts and specials to promote their chow.

In August, the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau will begin posting participating restaurants and daily dish deals on its dinelr.com website and its Twitter page @LittleRockCVB. The month-long event lets folks try out some money-saving prix fixe deals at the Savor the City dining establishments and lets the chefs strut their stuff. Last year's participants included 1620 Savoy, Brave New Restaurant, Copper Grill, The Green Corner Store and Soda Fountain, Loca Luna and dozens more.




 

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