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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Raduno brings on the barbecue for birthday bash, celebrating cyclists, too

Posted By on Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 3:21 PM

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Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom
pizza restaurant at 1318 S. Main St. has a couple of big events coming up:

On Saturday, Feb. 17, Raduno will celebrate its third anniversary with — wait for it — barbecue! Mr. Mason’s Pit Bar-B-Q (“Smokin’ since 1953”) will set up out front to provide a special brunch, and Raduno’s will serve a “Throwback Menu” of items proposed by fans on social media.

On Feb. 24, Raduno is throwing a benefit for the 2018 AIDS/LifeCycle Ride by giving 10 percent of its proceeds from food sold between noon and 11 p.m. to Team Little Rock, whose riders are shooting to raise $5,000 each to support the fight against AIDS. A new cocktail will also be introduced, and a portion of those sales also will go to Team Little Rock.

Cyclists include Nathan Miller, director of operations at Raduno; Nicole Boddington, fitness trainer and a former Arkansas Times hand; Rachel Achor, cofounder and director of Arkansas Women's Outreach; Robert Morgan; and SimplexQ owner Charlie Alton Roberts. They'll ride 545 miles, from San Francisco to Los Angeles, June 3-9.

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