There is exactly one football game left in the 2011-2012 season, and that football game is happening this Sunday. It’s called the Super Bowl. Maybe you’ve heard of it.
After that, there will be only a smattering of football, including some spring ball at the UA and maybe some Arena league or something coming up for football junkies to be able to get their fix between now and next fall.
Sorry, football fans. A really long offseason starts on Monday.
Here’s what’s new for this week.
Arts & Events
Romantic helicopter rides, dinner, roses, champagne, and more. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Clarion Inn on Feb. 11.
George’s has Perpetual Groove, Cody Canada & The Departed and a Mudstomp Records show called FayetteStomp this week.
Greenhouse Grille is planning a four-course, prix fixe menu w/ live jazz for Valentine’s Day. Call for reservations.
JJ’s Grill has Jeff Fox, Travis Kidd, Darren Ray, and Arkansas Brothers Band this week. Here’s the schedule.
Mickey Finn’s will be open early at 5 p.m. for the Super Bowl. Sunday is also 1/2 price night.
Ozark Natural Foods has an artist reception for Amber Perrodin, a lunch & learn, and more for First Saturday Feb. 4.
Smoke & Barrel has Tavern Trivia, Kentucky Knife Fight, Epiphany, and Matt Smith Trio this week.
There are two 10×10 series shows at Walton Arts Center this week. You don’t have to be a season subscriber to get $10 tickets.
The Sunday night comedy series at the UARK Bowl continues this week with Mike Baldwin. Get tickets here.
Domestic bottles are $2, and well drinks are $2.50 every Thursday night at Buster Belly’s.
Watch the big game while you enjoy $1 beers, and $5 American Honey shots at Kingfish this weekend.
Food & Dining
Do you like omelets? Pancakes? Eggs benedict? Emelia’s Kitchen serves an amazing brunch.
Having a Super Bowl party this weekend? Let Flying Burrito take care of the food with one of their Taco or Burrito bars
Have you ordered your Valentine’s Day cookies for your sweetheart from Little Bread Co. yet?
Looking for some grub for your watch party on Sunday? Check out Lucky Luke’s Family Packs.
Try the Indian Food buffet at Ella’s, served on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Hugo’s is bringing back their locally famous Moustakas burger in honor of Restaurant Week. Here’s more info.
Saturday is Prime Rib Night at Penguin Ed’s Mission Blvd. location. Get a 1/2 lb. for $12.95. More great specials.
Where will you watch the Super Bowl this weekend? Sassy’s has $6 pitchers all day on Sunday.
Get 30 wings, four dipping sauces, and a gallon of tea from Slim Chickens for only $24.99.
More Sales & Specials
Complimentary private session, complimentary class – all for YOU at b•fit.
Get $50 off in the optical department at The Eye Center with an eye exam.
If erratic temperatures have you under the weather, head to Ozark Urgent Care where simple visits are only $60.
Do you know who runs your bank? Signature Bank is locally owned and operated right here in Northwest Arkansas.
Have you stopped by Fayetteville’s newest men’s clothing boutique yet? Check out the awesome fashions at Brits & Turks.
Starting in February, Savoir-Faire will be open Sundays from 12-5 p.m.
Riffraff will be celebrating their third birthday on Thursday, Feb. 9, and you’re invited to the party. Get ready.
Do you have a bold necklace for spring yet? Check out the amazing selection at Something Urban!
Looking for a new place to live? Check out this 2-bedroom, 3-bath house for rent near the UA from Downtown Properties.
Reduce your rent. Templeton Place Apartments from BR Management are only $400/mo.
Meet the team of experts at Adventure Subaru, including one man wearing goggles, and another in a sombrero.
Austin Vision Care takes most vision insurances, including Always Care, Avesis, Superior, and Optum Health.
Monitor your environmental impact, and save energy with these new earth-friendly products from UA Computer Store.