Weekly Deals & More: March 30 – April 5, 2015

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Arts & Events

Opening this week

Bank of Fayetteville has a new art exhibit at their downtown location with work by local artist Robert Shinn!

Fayettechill’s Yoga Adventure series, an hour-long class at a secret outdoor location, continues April 3! Details.

A perfect spring Saturday in Fayetteville starts with a Little Bread Co. breakfast, followed by a morning at the Farmers’ Market!

Kingfish has live music this weekend with Benjamin Del Shreve, The Radleys, and David Bright!

Ozark Natural Foods will host a Villines Farm chick sale on Saturday, April 4!

Smoke & Barrel has live music this week with Comfortable Brother and Fuggins Wheat Band!

TheatreSquared’s Superior Donuts opens April 2! Do you have tickets yet?

Tickets to Widespread Panic at the AMP go on sale on Friday, April 3. Details.

Maxine’s Tap Room will host their popular show Singled Out this week, featuring interviews and performances by 1 Oz. Jig!

Real Estate and Home Services

The latest listing from Flyer Homes.

A beautiful Fay Jones inspired house on five acres in the middle of Fayetteville. You won’t believe the latest listing from Flyer Homes.

Does your apartment have a community garden? It could. Check out how the one at North Creekside Apartments is shaping up!

Drink Specials, Beer & Bar News

Have you heard about Firkin Fridays at Apple Blossom Brewing? There’s something new and delicious every week.

Buster Belly’s has an awesome happy hour, with $2 domestic bottles and wells, $2.50 drafts daily from 4-7 p.m.

All bottle beers are just $2.50 and well drinks are $2 every Tuesday at Mickey Finn’s. More specials.

Want local beer? Greenhouse Grille (of course) has an awesome selection.

Food & Dining

The patio at Sassy’s Red House

Did you know downtown Fayetteville employees get 15% off lunch at Bordinos?

Now you can order your build-your-own pizza creation online at Eureka Pizza. So convenient.

The Farmers’ Market returns to the square Saturday, which means you now have another excuse to eat lunch at Hugo’s.

Get 15% off sushi at Wasabi during happy hour, every day from 3-6:30 p.m.

March Madness continues this week, and JJ’s Grill has $10 buckets of beer so you don’t get thirsty.

Need to feed a lot of people this spring? Check out the taco and burrito bars at Flying Burrito Co.!

The best patio on Dickson is open and ready for you to enjoy! Ole for Jose’s.

Parking is free (until 2 p.m.), the patio is open, and look at this awesome menu for lunch at Table on the Hill.

Penguin Ed’s will have special Easter Cookies this weekend (April4-5). Details.

Lucky Luke’s BBQ has some of the best wings in Fayetteville, and they’re just 69¢ every Wednesday.

Wood Stone Craft Pizza just released a new menu, featuring a new beet salad, and a new pizza called The Papa!

It is patio season. Get yourself to Sassy’s Red House for lunch, dinner, or drinks.

Did you know you can always get your tenders grilled at Slim Chickens? No extra charge. Just ask.

Health & Beauty

Can’t make time for an eye appointment during the week? Austin Vision Care is open every other Saturday!

With locations all over Northwest Arkansas, there’s always a Collier Drug Store nearby. Free delivery, too!

Don’t waste time at the Emergency Room for springtime injuries. Walk in to Karas Urgent Care.


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Get $5 off your next oil change, or $20 off any $100 repair at The Grease Pig!

UARK Federal Credit Union will celebrate National Credit Union Month in April with giveaways, contest, and more!

Shopping & Retail

Adventure Subaru just donated $50,000 to Feed Fayetteville as part of their Share the Love campaign!

Handmade Market is expecting a shipment of wool tapestry rugs made by families in Mexico! Stay tuned:

Virtually indestructible Silipint cups and shot glasses are now in stock at The Mustache!

What music festivals will you go to this summer? Savoir-Faire has your outfits ready.

Farmers’ Market, First Thursday, and shopping at Riffraff on the Fayetteville Square. Spring is here!

Break your phone over Spring Break? The UA Computer Store, inside the UA Bookstore can fix it for you.