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20 Underrated Dishes at 20 Popular Restaurants

20 Underrated Dishes at 20 Popular Restaurants

  Popular restaurants often make their mark by having certain dishes that build a steady following. But I’ve always been fascinated by some of the lesser known, under the radar dishes that give a menu variety and depth. Here are my 20 Underrated Dishes at […]

It’s All About Beer, Cake, Soup, and a Burger

It’s All About Beer, Cake, Soup, and a Burger

  Thoughts on my eating escapades around Little Rock… Josiah Moody’s latest creation, an Oatmeal Pale, is now available at Vino’s and is an absolute winner. I purchased a growler of the new beer before attending a house party and everyone who tried it gave […]

Unique Randomness: Pizza Craze, Soft Openings, and Burned by BBQ

Unique Randomness: Pizza Craze, Soft Openings, and Burned by BBQ

My random thoughts about anything in the Little Rock food scene and beyond…

Packing the Meat – Is it so wrong to walk into a grocery story, find a $102 piece of meat, stuff it down your pants, and walk out? Apparently so.

Waiting Game – I’m curious … with the boom in destination bbq joints across the country, and with it, insane wait times, how long would you be willing to wait for top-notch ‘cue. 1 hour? 2? 3+? What is your absolute limit? Personally, about 3 hours would be my absolute breaking point, and that would only be for world class bbq. And it would have to be less than 90 degrees outside.

Meat Toss – “Hey, where did you get that second degree burn on your neck?”

Best New Restaurants – Take a list like this one with a grain of salt (no pun intended), but if you’re traveling in the near future, you may want to give it a read and try out a few of these places. I’ve got my eye on Liholiho Yacht Club in San Francisco.

Pizza Pizza – I love pizza just as much as the next guy, but do you feel like Little Rock has become saturated with pizza joints? We have some really good options–Vino’s, Raduno’s, Damgoode, Terry’s, NYPD, Iriana’s, Bruno’s, Capeo, ZAZA (just to name a few)–but I often wonder if they can all make it. Burgers and pizza rule in this market, as they do in other U.S. cities, so it wouldn’t surprise me to see even more places pop up.

Soft Openings – I agree with this. Enough is enough with these soft openings.

Sweet October – D-Walker and I were just talking about how October is a damn busy month in Little Rock. Festivals, shows, events, dinners … you name it and chances are it’s happening in our town. It would be nice to see the love spread out just a bit across the year, rather than load up on a few fall weekends.

Oishi? – I’m not knocking the place because I’ve actually never eaten there, but Oishi is in such a prime location and yet seems to have so little buzz. It’s right on Kavanaugh in the middle of the Heights and I never hear anything about the restaurant. Have you been? How was it? If I go, any particular dish I should order?

Grass Roots Effort – I love the Grass Roots Coop. Please consider joining.

Q to the A: Talking Food with Kelley Bass

Q to the A: Talking Food with Kelley Bass

1. Where were you born and how long have you lived in Little Rock? I was born at St. Vincent Infirmary, moved to Bryant when I was 8, returned to Little Rock after college graduation in 1981 and other than living in Springfield, Mo., from […]

Q to the A: Mylo’s, Mug’s, and Holy Shiitake at Mellow Mushroom

Q to the A: Mylo’s, Mug’s, and Holy Shiitake at Mellow Mushroom

Ever wonder what other foodies are thinking? Me too. Special thanks to LR foodies Jason and Shelle for their responses! 1. How many years have you lived in Little Rock? I have lived here for 17 years since moving from North Dakota. Shelle has lived […]