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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Agāsi 7: Rooftop dining atop the Hilton Garden Inn coming soon

Posted By on Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 11:29 AM

click to enlarge The Hilton Garden Inn at 322 Rock, where Agāsi 7 will open after Thanksgiving.
  • The Hilton Garden Inn at 322 Rock, where Agāsi 7 will open after Thanksgiving.
The day after Thanksgiving, when you’re tired of turkey, you’ll be able to gobble at a new place: Agāsi 7, the rooftop bar and kitchen atop the Hilton Garden Inn that opened in September at 322 Rock St.

Agāsi means rooftop in Hindi; 7 is the floor the 150-seat restaurant will occupy. The name “reflects the culture of our ownership group,” food and beverage director Michael Skeen said: That’s the Pinnacle Hotel Group, a Little Rock company headed by Chet Patel, Patel’s cousins Rocky and Shawn Govind, all of Arkansas, and Nick Nagin of Mississippi.

Agāsi 7 will have rooftop patios outfitted with fire pits and further warmth will be supplied by the bar, which will open to the patios as well as the restaurant. The menu will be “wood fire-based,” Skeen said, offering pizza, steaks, fish, salads, etc., and shareable items as well. Hours will be 4 p.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday and 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

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