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.
A winery and bottle shop that allows patrons to make their own wine will soon move to downtown Fayetteville.
The technology is being made available for the first time on Aug. 1 at Smokin’ Oak Wood Fired Pizza & Taproom, located at 3959 N. Steel Boulevard.
Three new food trucks are coming to the Yacht Club on College, lot owner Russell Ingram told us last week.
The fully-outdoor restaurant, called City Park and located in the former AT&T truck station at 1332 N. Leverett Ave, will officially open for business at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 12.
A restaurant franchise specializing in Hawaiian-style food will expand to all of the major cities across Northwest Arkansas over the next few years.
The new shop, called Creme Ice Cream Co., is set to host a soft opening at 2730 N. College on Saturday, July 8 in the space formerly home to Z’s Pizza.
This Saturday will see the opening of Mad Rooster Beer Co., the southernmost brewery in Northwest Arkansas.
A dessert chain with more than 500 locations in over 40 states and Canada will soon expand to Fayetteville.
Long-running Fayetteville restaurant Powerhouse Seafood will close its doors at the end of the month, officials announced on Thursday.
It looks like pizza will continue to be served at the building located at 1200 N. Garland Avenue in Fayetteville.
The chain known for their donut and coffee offerings appears to be working to open a location inside the Walmart Supercenter location at 3919 Mall Ave. in Fayetteville.