Support local: North Little Rock restaurants with curbside or delivery

Updated 7.2.20 If you’re missing your favorite local cheese dip, burgers or good Southern-style comfort food right now, never fear; your favorite North Little Rock restaurants are taking care of you through curbside and delivery. Don’t forget, almost all restaurants offer to-go by just calling ahead! See our full list of restaurants here. EFFECTIVE 5.11.20:…

Six tips to dine social (media) and dine local in North Little Rock

Ordering delivery, picking up curbside, getting a family pack or even dining in or on the patio are fantastic ways to enjoy your favorite meals while supporting local small businesses. But if you want to go the extra mile, take “dine local” to “dine social.” What is dine social? No, we’re not advocating to get…

Arkansas Travelers tee up for disc golf in North Little Rock

We at the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau are so excited to be part of the Arkansas Travelers’ new Disc Golf course this July! With the cancellation of minor league baseball, the team at Arkansas Travelers got creative about ways to continue entertaining fans. What better way to use a field than a…

Shop local where you dine local in North Little Rock

Ordering delivery, picking up curbside, getting a family pack or even dining in or on the patio are fantastic ways to enjoy your favorite meals while supporting local small businesses. But if you want to take it to the next level, shop local where you dine local in North Little Rock. Did you know several…

North Little Rock opens Argenta Outdoor Dining District

The Argenta Outdoor Dining District, approved by the North Little Rock City Council on June 8, has officially opened in downtown North Little Rock. The district is in effect seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The district includes Main Street from 8th Street to Broadway, 4th Street from Maple to Poplar, and…

New signs mark “Trail of Tears” in North Little Rock

Today, North Shore Riverwalk Park is a scenic pedestrian and cycling trail with fantastic views of the Arkansas River. But almost 200 years ago, before the City of North Little Rock was formed, the path was the site of what would become known as the “Trail of Tears.” To help white Americans take Native Americans’…