Weekly deals & more: March 26-April 1

New Surf Arkansas t-shirts, now available at Mustache Goods & Wears.

Ah, spring. Not only does the weather rule, but it’s also one of a few peak times for activity in Fayetteville.

At least, that’s how it seems to us.

This time of year, there’s something happening almost every night, and there’s something to look forward to almost every weekend. Enjoy it, before it gets too hot.

Here’s what’s new from our sponsors this week.

Arts & Events

The Easter Buffet at Clarion Inn features roast turkey, fried chicken, honey glazed ham, and more.

Emelia’s Kitchen has another wine tasting coming up on April 11. RSVP here.

George’s has Ott, Kyle Park, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Full House and Boom Kinetic this week.

Greenhouse Grille has Sarah Hughes, Walter Savage, and Pat Pathoumthong this week.

JJ’s Grill has Keith Nicholson, Tim Meitzen, Jeff Fox, Art Bently, Wes & Karl and Uncrowned Kings this week.

First Saturday at Ozark Natural Foods will feature an artist reception for Amber Lea, free yoga, and a lunch & learn.

Smoke & Barrel has Soda Gardocki, 1 oz. Jig, Control C., Dirty Allie, Merl, Bizar, and more this week.

Circus Oz opens at Walton Arts Center March 29! Student discounts are available to Thursday and Sunday shows.

UARK Bowl has a stand-up comedy open mic night, Fayetteville Jazz Collective, and comic Mo Alexander this week.

Drink Specials

Buster Belly’s has $2 domestic bottles, and $2.50 well drinks every Thursday night.

Kingfish will be working on their backyard over the next few weeks to get ready for some awesome shows this summer.

Get a shot of whiskey and an Old Style for $3 every Wednesday night at Mickey Finn’s.

Food & Dining

Looking for Indian food in Fayetteville? Ella’s Restaurant serves it up buffet-style Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Flying Burrito Company is opening a new location on Wedington Drive. It should be ready by the second week of April!

The Buffalo Catboy is the Friday special at Hugo’s. It’s spicy and delicious.

Wanna win a rad Fat Tire bike? Raffle tickets are available at Little Bread Co. as part of Fayetteville Bicycle Days.

Wings are delicious. Lucky Luke’s wings are mind-blowing. Get ‘em for 45¢ every Wednesday, with $1 drafts.

Get a half pound of prime rib for $12.95 on Friday night at Penguin Ed’s Mission Blvd. location.

It’s patio season, and Sassy’s Red House has the best spot in town to soak up some of this awesome spring weather.

Slim Chickens is a proud sponsor of the winning inning during Arkansas baseball games. Look for them at Baum Stadium!

More Sales & Specials

Recycle your No. 5 plastic contact lens packaging and cases at Austin Vision Care, get $5 off your next order.

Move like your life depends on it! b•fit has expert instruction at all levels.

Select frames are 50% off in March at The Eye Center. Call 442-2020 for info.

Need a doctor? No health insurance? Simple visits to Ozark Urgent Care are $60.

Computer woes? Let the techs at UA Computer Store have a look. Most repairs are $29-109.


Do you have a dog? Subarus are dog tested, dog approved. Check out the video from Adventure Subaru.

Click. Click. Send. Now you can deposit checks straight from your smartphone with XpressDeposit from Signature Bank.


Do you wish you could surf or ski in Arkansas? The Mustache Goods & Wears has a t-shirt for you.

Thursday is Eco-Tote Day at Riffraff. Bring in your tote, get 20% everything you can fit inside.

See something on the Savoir-Faire Facebook page you can’t live without? Call with your info, and they’ll ship it to you.

Something Urban is having a shoe sale! Select pairs are only $10 while they last. Better hurry!

Real Estate

Want to live a block from the University of Arkansas? Check out the Monterey condos from Downtown Properties.

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