Doe’s Refreshes, Reopens for Business

  Doe’s Eat Place, the iconic restaurant on the edge of downtown Little Rock, has officially reopened for dine-in business under the Phase I guidelines established for Arkansas restaurants. The entire menu is available and that includes the customer favorite three-pound Porterhouse with fries, soaked salad, new potatoes and Texas toast.   Folks who decide…

David’s Burgers Heads to Hot Springs

Look out, Hot Springs! David’s Burgers is finally coming to town.    The award-winning Central Arkansas burger chain announced yesterday that they are headed to Hot Springs this upcoming December.    According to David’s Burgers’ official Facebook page, the restaurant broke ground yesterday at the intersection of Section Line Road and Central Avenue.    The…

At 38, The Faded Rose Stays Strong

  The Faded Rose, the Riverdale restaurant serving up traditional New Orleans staples, recently celebrated its 38th birthday. Thirty-eight years for any business is no small feat, but in the restaurant industry, it represents a near monumental accomplishment.   The restaurant started in 1982 with the co-owners and husband-and-wife duo of Ed and Laurie David. Son,…