Happy minutes, bike rentals, and silver glitter TOMS
Our little newsletter is coming a day late this week. Why? Because you guys were all at the lake yesterday.
But you’re back today, and it’s a short work week. Short weeks are awesome.
Arts & Entertainment
21st Amendment has live music by Randall Shreve on Thursday, and Jon Shorter on Sunday this week.
Jason Paul is on the patio at Dickson Theater Friday. Starts at 6 p.m.
George’s has a Wakarusa pre-party on Wednesday with Ben Miller Band, The Heavy Pets, & Fort Knox Five. Also, set your reminder for a post-party next Monday.
Greenhouse Grille has Oklahoma City singer songwriter Cater Sampson on Friday.
Free pizza and $2 Sam Adams are at LIT on Sundays for Jody’s Living Room open mic night.
Do you have tickets for the 10th Annual Art of Wine festival at Walton Arts Center? It’s June 10-12. Don’t forget.
Show off your singing pipes at Zooloo’s every Friday and Saturday night with karaoke at 9:30 p.m.
Buster Belly’s is opening early at 3 p.m. on Sundays, with $2 bottles, $3.50 shots, and $3.50 Guinness drafts.
Thursday is Pint Night at Common Grounds. Get a pint of something delicious and keep the signature glass.
Have you heard about happy minutes at JJ’s Grill-N-Chill? They get even happier than happy hour.
Chill out with chilled American Honey shots, just $5 every day at Kingfish.
All bottles and wells are just $2.50 Thursday nights at Mickey Finn’s.
Smoke & Barrel has $2 wells, and $1-off drafts every day from 2-8 p.m. for happy hour.
Health & Body
Austin Vision Care has Acuvue Oasys and Bioinfinity contacts in stock. Stop by, and leave the same day with your lenses.
Did you know you can rent a bike from Clubhaus Fitness? Ask about their bike-share program.
If you’re curious about Curves Fitness, you can try it for free Tuesdays in June before you decide to join.
Need some new specs? The Eye Center has Prada, Versace, Burberry, Ray Ban, D&G, Vera Wang, BCBG and more.
Home & Garden
Wanna see a house with walnut floors, cabinetry, library, tray and vaulted ceilings, Viking appliance package, saltwater pool and spa, and a theater room with stadium seating? Check out Montview from AMA.
3-bedroom, 2-bath duplex for rent near FAC in Fayetteville with new carpet and a deck for $850/month. Call BR Management and get your first month free.
The 2009 Seed Crop sale is still on at Holland Wildflower Farm. Save $15 on any order of $100 or more.
Choose jambalaya, red beans and rice, or a shrimp or catfish poboy for just $6.99 during lunch at Cafe Rue Orleans.
Stop by Ella’s for their Indian buffet, every Tuesday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Emelia’s is five years old in June, so come have a $5.00 wine or cocktail to help us celebrate. We are still in the process of revamping our menu. We welcome any suggestions!
The Fayetteville Clarion has a $69 room rate for Bikes, Babes & Bling July 1-4, or $119 per room with a one-hour massage at Clubhaus Fitness.
Flying Burrito just opened their first location outside Arkansas in Tulsa last week. Give Archie & Mike a high five next time you see them.
Get two burgers and two beers for $12 Tuesdays at Grub’s.
Get 23 ounces of craft brew for $2.63 (tax included) at Hog Haus during happy hour.
Wednesday is Bruchetta Burger day at Hugo’s. Get one for $7.50.
Get a dozen wings and a couple of brews for under $8 during Wing Wednesday at Lucky Luke’s. 40¢ wings, $1 drafts.
Kids eat for 99¢ Tuesdays at all three Penguin Ed’s locations.
Sassy’s has all-you-can-eat ribs, $2 domestic bottles, and $4 Bushhawgs every Thursday. Plus, their back porch rules.
Kids eat free every Tuesday at Slim Chickens.
Good Things Boutique is offering 10% off all printed t-shirts next week including all genders and sizes. Native Tees have also been restocked.
Silver glitter TOMS are finally back at Masons. Hurry in to get your pair- they’re going fast.
Donate to 1500 books for 1500 kids book drive at Ultra Studios this month and get 30% off your purchase.
Heading out of town for summer vacation? Take your dogs to Ernie Boudreaux’s Doggie Dude Ranch or get free pick-up in Fayetteville.
The Fayetteville Chamber Small Business Committee is sponsoring the 1500 books for 1500 kids book drive, benefitting the Fayetteville Public Library. Drop off new or gently used childrens books.
Insty-Prints offers 25% off printing for all Northwest Arkansas non-profit organizations.
The new book, “Art and Artisans of the Ozarks” is available for pre-order now. Contact Sarah Tomlin Photography on Facebook to see how you can get a signed copy.
Book the UARK Bowl & Ballroom for your private event. It’s in the middle of the action on Dickson Street.
Are you a fan of RetroBrand Apparel? Zortees has lots of tees in stock at their Garland Avenue store.