We’re calling it. Spring, it appears, is springing.
That doesn’t mean that we won’t get a couple inches of snow, ice, or sleet before things warm up for good around here. Chances are, we will, but it sure feels like springtime lately in Northwest Arkansas.
Just look at the signs. The Diamond Hogs have already taken the field. We’re just a few weeks from St. Patty’s Day and Spring Break. Plus, the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market opens April 7.
So we may be a little bit early in considering it spring, but as long as we keep having these sunny 60-degree days, we don’t care what you call it. It’s awesome.
Here’s what’s new from our sponsors this week.
Arts & Events
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and Bobbisox is gearing up for a lot of fun with some great drink specials!
George’s has Elephant Revival, Marty Party, Pop Evil, Red Barn Ramblers, Casey Donahew and more this week.
Greenhouse Grille hosts a Fayetteville Roots Festival announcement party March 18.
JJ’s Grill has Tim Meitzen, Jeff Fox, Mo Brothers, Joe Giles & The Homewreckers, and Earl’s Garage this week.
Make sure you like Kingfish on Facebook to keep up with this the spring and summer live music.
It’s First Saturday at Ozark Natural Foods. There’s an art reception, free hypnosis, and a Lunch & Learn. Details.
Smoke & Barrel has Pretty Things Peepshow, Tavern Trivia, Honeyshine, Swimming, Teenagers, and more this week.
Walton Arts Center has TAO: The Art of the Drum, Tia Fuller, and Seth’s Big Fat Broadway show this week.
UARK Bowl has a stand-up comedy open mic night on Thursday, and comic Mike Smith on Sunday night this week.
Buster Belly’s has $2 domestic bottles, and $2.50 well drinks every Thursday night.
Food & Dining
Where can you get Indian Food in Fayetteville? Try the Tuesday lunch buffet at Ella’s.
Wings are delicious. Lucky Luke’s wings are mind-blowing. Get ‘em for 45¢ every Wednesday, with $1 drafts.
Like Emelia’s brunch? You’ll love their new breakfast, served every Wed. through Fri. from 9 to 11 a.m.
Watching your weight? Ask about the skinny menu at Flying Burrito Co.
The Buffalo Catboy at Hugo’s is neither a buffalo, a cat, nor a boy. (It’s the Friday special). Discuss.
Little Bread Co. has Girl Scout Cookie Cheesecake. We repeat, Little Bread Co. has Girl Scout Cookie Cheesecake.
Get a half pound of prime rib for $12.95 on Friday night at Penguin Ed’s Mission Blvd. location.
Wednesday is $5 burger day at Sassy’s Red House. You can get one for lunch or dinner.
Nothing goes better with Razorback baseball than fresh wings and tenders from Slim Chickens.
More Sales & Specials
Get a $100 rebate when you buy an annual supply of 1-day Acuvue moist contact lenses at Austin Vision Care.
Spring is coming, and b•fit has a new beginners class. First class free!
Get $50 off your order in the optical department at The Eye Center with an eye exam.
Don’t sit around through allergy season feeling sorry for yourself. Stop by Ozark Urgent Care. They can help.
Want to see some of the new men’s fashions from Brits & Turks? Check out their video look-book.
The Mustache Goods & Wears just debuted a brand new, limited edition St. Patty’s Day t-shirt. Check it.
Get 10% off when you shop at Riffraff with your Mom on Saturday during UA Sorority Mom’s Day.
Savoir-Faire is hosting a DahliaLynn Trunk Show on March 5 at 5 p.m. during Fashion Week Fashion’s Night Out.
Are you on Pinterest? Make sure to follow Something Urban to see what’s new in the store, as well as new inspirations.
Like the San Francisco-style row homes on Rupple Road? There are a few for rent now from Downtown Properties.
Reduce your rent. Templeton Place Apartments from BR Management are only $400/mo.
Does your car have a guaranteed trade-in value? Ask Justin at Adventure Subaru about their guaranteed trade program.
Two-week wait for a debit card? Not at Signature Bank. Check out their new Instant Issue debit cards.
Need a repair on your computer? Is it out of warranty? Let the techs at UA Computer Store have a look.