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What's Cooking Aug. 13 

Louisville-based chain Old Chicago Pasta & Pizza is expanding its holdings in Arkansas to North Little Rock. A new outlet is coming sometime in the fall to 4305 Warden Road, in a space that formerly housed Tia's.

Old Chicago already has a restaurant in Conway. A hallmark of the chain is the 110 beers it offers, 30 of which are on tap. Ogle the beer list and menu at oldchicago.com.

 

Correction: Last week's Dining Review misidentified Michael Crosby, husband of By the Glass owner Susan Crosby. Crosby is a national rep for the Australian wine Gemtree, not a wine sales manager at Moon Distributors.

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