It’s time for another round of Fayetteville restaurant news.
A Dickson Street pizzeria, a ribbon ice dessert shop, and “noodle wars” on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard highlight the latest in new places that have opened or plan to open soon in Fayetteville.
Here’s what we know.
A new pizzeria is coming to Dickson Street.
Marley’s Chicago Style Pizzeria, a company that also operates a location in Tulsa, is planning to open a restaurant at 609 W. Dickson Street #103, inside The Dickson.
Note: An earlier version of this story stated that Marley’s would be located inside the building formerly home to The Phoenix. Sorry about that.
As the name indicates, the restaurant’s menu focuses on Chicago-style pizza, as well as some sandwiches, wraps, salads, and appetizers.
Ginger Rice & Noodle Bar
Ginger Rice & Noodle Bar, the new restaurant by owners of Wasabi and Shogun at 1163 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, is now open.
The restaurant focuses on traditonal Japanese ramen and Korean mixed rice bowls.
Has anyone tried it yet?
PQ Noodle House
Speaking of noodles, it looks like another pho restaurant is opening at 1241 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard called PQ Noodle House.
According to a banner recently placed outside the restaurant, the new place is set to open on Thursday, June 26.
Wood | Stone Craft Pizza
Signs are in place for Wood | Stone Craft Pizza, the new project by Greenhouse Grille owners Clayton Suttle and Jerrmy Gawthrop.
The restaurant, located at 557 S. School Ave., will focus on artisan pizzas made with locally-sourced ingredients, and to serve a healthy selection of local and regional craft beers.
If all goes well, Wood | Stone will be open by the end of July.
Bobo’s Ribbon Ice
A new shop that features frozen treats that are a cross between ice cream and the traditional shaved ice desserts popular in Hawaii and Asia is open behind Hunan Manor on Wedington Drive.
Bobo’s Ribbon Ice, located at 1155 N Tahoe Place, features all-natural ice cream with exotic flavors, toppings and drizzles.
According to a Flyer reader, the shop carries at least one flavor that sounded pretty unique to us – avocado.
Slim Chickens is now open on the west side of town.
The new restaurant opened Monday, June 16, and features a large outdoor patio, and a similar menu to other Slim Chickens locations in town. We did notice an addition, however. Chicken and waffles.
The new place also includes an updated look for the Fayetteville-based chain, with interior design by HGTV Design Star and Springdale native, Daniel Faires.