A popular cookie chain will soon expand its presence in Northwest Arkansas.
Dallas-based Velvet Taco plans to expand into Fayetteville.
A BBQ joint called Girls Gone BBQ is set to open soon in the Kantz Center, next to El Sol Mexican Restaurant at 2630 E Citizens Drive.
Here are some recent notes from the Arkansas beer scene.
According to health department records, it appears that Austin-based Tex-Mex chain Chuy’s will be opening a location at 642 E. Millsap Road in Fayetteville.
Here are a few nuggets of restaurant news, including info on a handful of places that have opened, closed, or plan to open soon in Fayetteville.
The new shop, called Summer Moon Coffee, is in the works at 1422 N College Ave., in the corner of the shopping center near Mockingbird Kitchen and Arkadia Retrocade.
It looks like Dunkin’ Donuts will take another swing at a Fayetteville location.
A new pizza joint is finally open on Dickson Street.
A popular Springdale Mexican restaurant will soon expand to Fayetteville.
Arkansas Craft Beer Week runs through March 12, culminating with a special pint day to benefit the Arkansas Brewers Guild. It’s the third year that Gov. Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week in an effort to spotlight the state’s growing craft beer industry.
According to their website, Smokin’ Oak Wood Fired Pizza will open a restaurant soon at 3959 N. Steele Blvd., in the Uptown Apartments + Shops building.
Signs for the new restaurant went up recently, and officials said the plan is to have the restaurant open in early April.
A new donut and boba tea shop is now open in the Northwest Arkansas Mall.
The ‘chopped salad meets sandwich’ concept that first opened in Dallas in 2013, serves signature and custom salads in hollowed out baguettes.