A bakery and wine bar that got its start in Rogers is planning to expand to Fayetteville soon.
Our annual list of restaurants open on Thanksgiving, or offering to-go meals or items for the upcoming holiday.
Here’s what we know about several places that have opened, closed, or plan to open soon in Fayetteville.
Flyway Brewing officially opened today (Wednesday, Nov. 8) at 1550 E Zion Rd, in the building formerly home to Apple Blossom Brewing.
A taco restaurant that has served Fayetteville for three decades has been closed recently, but a sign indicates it will reopen soon.
One of the most revered breweries in Arkansas turns 10 this weekend.
The shop will offer boba teas, sandwiches, tea art, gifts, and other items.
A new shop offering hundreds of wine varieties, a tasting room, snacks, and more is set to open soon in Fayetteville.
A Fayetteville bakery that closed last fall is set to reopen Nov. 6, officials today announced.
A restaurant backed by former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal specializing in chicken sandwiches, tenders, and other items is planning to open soon in Fayetteville.
A beloved crêperie that got its start in the northern part of the region has expanded into Fayetteville.
A franchise group plans to open a total of 20 Wienerschnitzel locations in Arkansas over the next five years.
A regional restaurant chain that specializes in breakfast foods other fare is still in the works in Fayetteville.
After spending a few months in Rogers, Dot’s Nashville Hot Chicken will return to Fayetteville soon.
Little Rock-based restaurant chain Taco & Tamale officially opened their third location at 417 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in one of the spaces in the new South Yard development.