Pardon My French
Petit & Keet is bringing back the iconic French cuisine of downtown restaurant Jacques & Suzanne for five nights this September, with a prix fixe menu of Jacques and Suzanne-inspired cuisine.
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Petit & Keet Brings Back Iconic Jacques & Suzanne Restaurant in September
Get more info and details about the special menu HERE.
AR-Renderings Reveal New Details of the Artspace Windgate Campus in Little Rock's East End
Artspace Windgate Campus, an upcoming $36 million mixed-use development located in Little Rock's East End, was recently announced by the Windgate Foundation.
For the city, from the city: This project was made possible by strong local support from civic leaders, art organizations, local artists and creative businesses.
Future state: After construction starts in early 2024, the building is slated to open in 2025 with 60+ units of affordable live/work housing, 10 artist-in-residence studios, event and gallery space, and 16,000 square feet of commercial space.
Learn more about the Artspace Windgate Campus HERE.
Arkansas Comic Con in Town this Weekend
Arkansas Comic Con is here to make your dreams come true (or at least your nerdiest ones)...
Get more information HERE.
Sugar Llamas Brings Signature Sweet Treats to Little Rock
Family first: This family-owned business was opened by Little Rock's Hunter and Rebecca Vance, as well as Bart and Lynnlee Vance from Texarkana.
Inviting atmosphere: Stop in to enjoy Sugar Llamas' vibrant ambience and llama merchandise, along with bonus amenities such as free donuts with every drink purchase and complimentary phone chargers.
Get a taste of this unique shop HERE.
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In other news…
Healthy habits: Looking to start building healthy habits into your life? Strategic Health & Wellness Solutions offers great educational content, courses, and a wide variety of sustainable products that can help you optimize your life for health. Check out this Little Rock Women-Owned Business HERE.*
Big things in small places: This is a cool highlight on a unique restaurant called The Grumpy Rabbit in Lonoke.
Art for her country: Little Rock native, Cary Smith, painted a series of military women to honor them and their service, and 6 of these paintings are being hung in the Pentagon.
Another one: The Willard & Pat Walker Foundation continues its support of healthcare in Arkansas with a $2m gift to the UAMS Health Orthopaedics & Sports Performance Center in Springdale.
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