A beloved local sandwich shop has closed its doors.
A tiny beer bar that has served Fayetteville for more than 50 years will close its doors this weekend.
The restaurant will serve Tex-Mex cuisine including tacos, fajitas, and more with an additional focus on “antojitos” like sopes, quesadillas, gorditas, and machetes.
A new upscale tavern and restaurant is in the works in east Fayetteville.
The Chick-fil-A location in north Fayetteville has been demolished, and will be replaced with a drive-through-only restaurant.
The Rib Crib restaurant previously planned at 2190 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Fayetteville won’t open after all, officials confirmed this week.
A Louisiana-based cheeseburger slider concept backed by former NFL quarterback Drew Brees plans to open six locations across Arkansas and Missouri.
The new endeavor, called LoFi, offers a variety of natural and minimal-intervention wines to be enjoyed either at the bar or to-go.
A Fayetteville bakery that closed last fall is getting closer to reopening, officials told the Flyer this week.
Here’s what we know about some restaurants that have recently opened, closed, or are planning to soon open in Fayetteville.
A new business that offers group painting classes and a wine bar is coming to Block Avenue soon.
National fast-casual brand Noodles & Company plans to open new franchise locations in Fayetteville, Rogers and Bentonville.
A plan to open a Fayetteville location for Little Rock-based Boulevard Bread Company is off the table for now.
Driven Mini Donuts plans to open at the Yacht Club on College Avenue for the first time this weekend.
Two new trucks – Philly Guyz Steaks & Zeps and Mrs. Mildred’s Kitchen – have opened at the 514 Filling Station, located at 514 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Fayetteville.