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Pei Wei, a contemporary Asian-style eatery, opened on Monday in the new Midtowne shopping center just off Markham and University Avenue. The chain restaurant offers a take-out side as well as sitdown service. Also open in the shopping center is a new Starbucks cafe. And, soon to come to Midtowne is Gramercy Square, a restaurant created by the ownership team behind So on Kavanaugh in the Hillcrest neighborhood.
Montana Grill has opened on East McCain Boulevard in North Little Rock. The steakhouse shares the same strip mall setting as Kan Pai Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi, and not coincidentally it shares the same ownership group.
The Sports Page, the downtown restaurant on Louisiana Street that is renowned for its cheeseburgers, is now serving breakfast on weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Corrections
Last week’s article on Gadwall’s Grill West incorrectly located the original Gadwall’s in North Little Rock; it is in Sherwood. It also gave the wrong phone number; the correct number is 868-4746. A double cheeseburger at Gadwall’s costs $5.25, not $3.99.

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