Weekly deals & more: Feb. 6-12

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If you’re looking for a bank that’s locally-owned, look no further than Signature Bank.

Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day? It’s cool if you don’t, but if you do, you’ll might find some help on the list this week.

You’ll find some interesting-sounding local events, some discounts on some food and drinks, free classes to help you stay healthy, and a lot more.

You’ll also find a list of local businesses that help sustain what we’re doing here at the Flyer. Your support of these local places helps us exist. Thanks, amigos.

Arts & Events

Drop off non-perishable food items for the NWA Food Bank or LifeSource, and get 10% off your meal at the Clarion. Details.

There are shows every night this week at George’s. Railroad Earth, Reckless Kelley, YMSB, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and more.

Greenhouse Grille is planning a 4-course, prix fixe menu w/ live jazz for Valentine’s Day. The menu is online.

JJ’s Grill has free live music with Jeff Fox, Cable Hogue, Barrett Baber, Michael Tisdale, and Old School this week.

Smoke & Barrel has Wii Bowling, Shortfuze, Teenagers, The Plaid Jackets, The Blind Pets, and more this week.

Walton Arts Center has Bring it On: The Musical Feb. 7-12. Student discounts available for the Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday shows.

UARK Bowl has a crazy week planned, with Calle Soul, Phunbags, comedian Claude Stewart, and more.

Drink Specials

All bottle beers and well drinks are just $2.50 every Thursday night at Mickey Finn’s.

Any beer, well drink, margarita, or summer brew is just $2 from 4-7 p.m. at Buster Belly’s.

Where can you get $1 beers every day, just off Dickson Street? Kingfish is the place.

Food & Dining

Emelia’s Kitchen will debut a new breakfast menu on Feb. 14. After that, it will be available weekly Wed.-Fri.

Some places have $1 taco day. Flying Burrito Co. has Tijuana tacos for $1 every day with purchase of a drink!

Flowers, champagne, and diamonds are OK, but your Valentine really wants some of these cookies from Little Bread Co.

Wednesday is Wing Wednesday at Lucky Luke’s. Get some 45¢ wings, and $1 drafts.

Try the Indian food buffet at Ella’s, served on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Looking for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner beneath the light of a red neon “Typewriters” sign? Hugo’s has one.

Friday night is catfish night at Penguin Ed’s B&B BBQ location. Get a 6-oz. filet w/ hushpuppies and 2 sides for $5.95.

Sassy’s Facebook fans and Twitter followers get 15% off every Tuesday. Follow them, “Like” them, and enjoy.

Football season is over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep on tailgating. Grab a Tailgate Pack from Slim Chickens.

More Sales & Specials

Q: “The first session is free? Really?” A: “Yes, at b•fit in downtown Fayetteville.”

Get $50 off in the optical department at The Eye Center with an eye exam.

There are no billing surprises at Ozark Urgent Care. Their fees are published right on their website.


Check out Scotch & Soda, one of the featured lines available locally at Brits & Turks.

Want to win a $100 gift card to Savoir-Faire? Enter here before Feb. 17!

New clothes, jewelry, furniture, and more. Riffraff is turning three on Thu., Feb. 9, and you’re invited to the party.

New shipments of magic shirts, slips, skinny jeans, leggings, and more just arrived at Something Urban.

Share your music with Urbanears headphones, now available at UA Computer Store & Service Center.

Real Estate

Two executive condos are available to rent from Downtown Properties in the beautiful Monterey building.

Reduce your rent. Templeton Place Apartments from BR Management are only $400/mo.


This time last year Fayetteville was covered in snow. Check out Adventure Subaru’s video of how an Outback handled it.

Colored contacts come in 1-day options for events, holidays, and special occasions. Get them at Austin Vision Care.

Ozark Natural Foods recently uploaded some new videos to YouTube featuring co-op owners. See anyone you know?

Do you know who’s running your bank? Signature Bank is locally owned and operated right here in Northwest Arkansas.