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What's cooking, March 8 

While the big news of late is the opening of Boulevard Bread Co., there is more shuffling of vendors in the River Market on President Clinton Avenue.

Scapetto’s Italian Deli and Catering is setting up shop in the spaces formerly occupied by the Olive Branch and Layla’s. The phone number for Scapetto’s is 375-4000.

While Jennifer Lusk has closed her Olive Branch, Layla’s isn’t shutting down, but merely moving into a space at the northeast corner of the building, where the defunct Double D’s Bodacious BBQ was housed.

The Bonefish Grill that we reported on a few months back for West Little Rock is now looking at a possible August opening in the Pleasant Ridge Town Center, which also includes Parisian. Bonefish Grill is a Florida franchise specializing in a wide variety of fish in many presentations. Also out on Cantrell Road, Ryan Hamra’s local franchise, Blue Coast Burrito, has opened its second Little Rock store, at Taylor Loop Road and Cantrell.

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