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There’s Plenty to Do Around Little Rock in the Next Few Weeks

There’s Plenty to Do Around Little Rock in the Next Few Weeks
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There are so many really cool events and dinners coming up in the very near future around Little Rock. One is even tomorrow. Check out all of the details below…

Bring your best and most inventive dish using tator tots to the 2nd Annual Naterator Tots Cooking Contest on September 17 from 6-8 p.m. at Dunbar Community Garden (1800 Chester Street). 100% of all donations will go to the Naterators JDRF OneWalk team. There’s a $30 entry fee for contestants and just $5 per person to come sample and vote on your favorites. Click here to enter. I love this event, even had my own entry last year, and can tell you that creating a dish around tater tots is a ton of fun.

On Wednesday, August 17 from 6-9 p.m., Boulevard Bread Company is hosting a class featuring Summit beers with house-made charcuterie. Cost is $45 per person and space is limited. Call the restaurant for reservations. I went to one of Blvd’s wine and cheese events a few months back and had a fantastic time … and am guessing this one will be as well.

For Lost Forty Brewing’s next #FreshCutMonday on August 15 from 4-9 p.m., come try the Hoppy Lager … a collaboration brew in support of Ales for ALS. This beer was brewed at Rebel Kettle using a proprietary hop blend provided by YCH Hops in collaboration with Lost Forty Brewing, Stone’s Throw, Flyway, Vino’s, Bubba Brews, Moody Brews, Leap of Faith, Damgoode Pies and Blood Eagle. Lost Forty will donate the proceeds of each pint of Hoppy Lager to ALS Research.

It’s no secret I love kBird, the tiny eatery serving fantastic Thai food in Hillcrest.  Lovers of the restaurant will be happy to know they will be hosting a series of Khantoke dinners held at the restaurant on Friday, August 26, September 9, and September 23. Reservations can be made starting tomorrow at 2 p.m. by e-mail only to kbirdlittlerock@gmail.com. Seats will be assigned based on the order that e-mails are received … and a confirmation will be sent to you by return e-mail. From kBird: “Please let me know the specific date you wish to attend, and how many spots (up to 6) you are reserving. also, please list a second “fallback” date if another one would work also. If you want to attend more than one dinner, let me know that in your e-mail. if by there are unreserved seats at 10 pm on Monday, August 15, you will be added to the additional dates. The cost will be $40, tax included, BYOB. Will start around 7 p.m.. Food will be served family-style and pretty much all at the same time. No substitutions.”

Another one of my favorites, The Root Cafe, is hosting a locally-sourced, 5-course, communal table dinner prepared by Chef Jonathan Arrington and crew tomorrow, August 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. For tickets, click here.

Chef Matt Bell of South on Main will host the Little Rock No Kid Hungry Dinner on Monday, October 24. This multi-course dinner starts with a reception at 6 p.m. and features guest chef Kelly English of Restaurant Iris and The Second Line in Memphis and Levon Wallace of Cochon in Nashville. Tickets cost $175 and table hosting opportunities are available. For more information, contact Emily Roth at eroth@strength.org or 512-551-3470.