We mean this in the best possible way, but you guys look a little bit hungry. Hungry for some restaurant news.
Here’s what we know about a handful of places that are opening, closing, or coming soon to Fayetteville.
Meez & Kini
A new Mediterranean street food restaurant is now open in Fayetteville.
Meez & Kini officially opened about a month ago at 2117 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The restaurant was created by the folks behind Emelia’s Kitchen, and features gyros, kabobs, salads, and other dishes with a Mediterranean flair.
The restaurant is open Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Smoothie King is opening a location in north Fayetteville soon.
The chain specializing in healthy blended smoothies, snacks, and other items will soon open in the same strip center with Bliss Cupcakes and Slim Chickens just off Joyce Boulevard.
No timeline for opening has been announced.
Southern Food Company
A new southern restaurant “with a Cajun flair” is set to open on Wedington Drive soon.
Construction is underway for a restaurant called Southern Food Company at 3575 W Wedington Dr, directly across from Slim Chickens.
According to their Facebook page, the restaurant will serve “home-cooked” items, brunch, and coffee from Onyx Coffee labs.
No opening date has been announced, but the restaurant did put out a call to hire cooks, servers, baristas, and cashiers this week.
Dirty Apron Bake House
There’s a new bakery in downtown Fayetteville.
Dirty Apron Bakehouse is set to celebrate their grand opening on Friday, April 7 in the back of the building currently home to Fayettechill Basecamp, Nightbird Books, and Puritan Brew Co at 245 North Church Ave.
According to their website, the bakery primarily sells sourdough breads by the loaf, and a rotating lineup of pastries, and toasts.
T Boys BBQ
T Boys BBQ is a new mobile restaurant on Crossover Road.
The restaurant serves ribs, pulled pork, bbq nachos, tacos, and other items. It’s operated by the folks behind Elite Catering.
They’ve got a nice little spot along Crossover with some picnic tables and some shaded bistro-style tables. Here’s a photo of their menu.
Sit & Spin
The new laundromat/restaurant created by the folks behind the transformation of Maxine’s Tap Room and the founders of Little Bread Company is close to being ready to open on Leverett Ave.
Locals Hannah Withers and Ben Gitchel, along with friend A.B. Merritt, are partnering to create a new neighborhood restaurant and bar that doubles as an eco-friendly laundromat at 737 N. Leverett Ave., in the building that was once home to a Pizza Hut location.
The new place, called Sit & Spin, will offer a menu featuring traditional slider sandwiches, made-to-order miniature donuts with various toppings, salads, and other munchable foods and eat while you wait for your laundry to wash. They also plan to serve local beer, wine, and some house mimosas.
The laundry machines will accept credit cards, and will offer patrons environmentally-friendly soaps and fabric softeners for free. The laundromat side of the business will also be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Renovations are nearly complete, and the restaurant should be open in the next month or so.
There’s a new breakfast spot in UptownFayetteville.
Oklahoma City-based restaurant chain Jimmy’s Egg is officially open for business at 3931 N. Shiloh Dr., on the building formerly home to Kirkland’s in Nelson’s Crossing.
The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch, and most locations are open from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. The menu includes egg dishes, omelettes, waffles, pancakes, and other standard breakfast fare along with burgers, sandwiches, and lunch entrees.
The chain, which made Restaurant Business Online’s list of the fastest growing small chains in the country for 2016, currently operates about 50 locations in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. The company recently announced plans to expand into Arkansas, New Mexico and Iowa.
Just about a year after it opened on Township last year, Fayetteville’s only “catfe” is moving and expanding this year.
The business, called Purr Catfe & Louge, partners with local animal shelters to house a handful of their furry little buddies in an effort to showcase them to the public and ultimately, help get them adopted. To date, Purr Catfe has helped more than 100 local shelter cats get adopted.
A little “purr therapy” session costs $8, but you can also get yours with all the coffee you can drink for $2.
They closed their original location recently, and plan to open at at 1641 W 15th St, Suite 15 on April 19.
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If you haven’t tried the duck fat fries at Four Corners Kitchen, you haven’t lived.
Great burgers, sandwiches, salads, and more are waiting for you at Farrell’s Lounge on Dickson Street. Free parking until 2 p.m.!
Kids eat free all day every day at JJ’s Grill!
Coffee and breakfast from Little Bread + the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market = the start to a perfect Fayetteville day.
Ready for pizza right now? Check out the Better Ready pizzas from Eureka Pizza. Just $4.99, ready when you are.
Need food for a gathering? Check out Grub’s new catering options!
The Farmers’ Market is back, and that means so are Farmers’ Market specials at Hugo’s!
Getting folks together? Pick up a fiesta pack of build-your-own tacos from Flying Burrito Co!
Greenhouse Grille serves an amazing brunch, made even better with $4 mimosas. Check out the menu.
Wednesday used to be just a lame day in the middle of the week. Not any more, thanks to wing night at Lucky Luke’s!
There’s a new patio for hanging out on the west side of town. Have you checked out Sassy’s BBQ & Grille yet?
Soups, sandwiches, salads, and more. Mockingbird Kitchen serves a great lunch, with free parking every day!
The weather is getting warmer, and that means it’s time for Penguin Ed’s expanded summer hours!
Tuesdays are taco night at Sassy’s Red House. Enjoy some on their awesome patio.
Slim Chickens has a brand new dipping sauce to try. Stop in for the new Sriracha Garlic!
Healthy food from a drive thru? It exists in Fayetteville, thanks to Taziki’s!
Wasabi has an awesome patio. Check it out on Thursday night for martini night!
Pizza, baseball, and beer. Stop by Wood Stone before and after Razorback Baseball games this season!
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