What is a culinary festival without quality chefs? Thankfully it is not a question you will have to worry about with this year’s Fayetteville Roots Festival. The 29 chefs featured in this year’s event next week represent some of the top talent locally, regionally, and across the country. All of …

Visiting a state park might not be the first thing that comes to mind when looking for your next culinary experience. High above the rest of Arkansas, Mount Magazine State Park is hoping to change that with some surprisingly good cooking at the Skycrest restaurant located in Mount Magazine’s Lodge. …

Just off Walton Boulevard in Bentonville is Northwest Arkansas’ newest spot for breakfast. Just opened this summer, Ozark Mountain Bagel Company serves made from scratch, water boiled bagels, along with Onyx coffee and a variety of cream cheese spreads. Located in the new Macadoodle’s Plaza, Ozark Mountain Bagel Co. is …

Nicholas Clawson started baking bread five years ago, but it was not until two years ago that he was finally happy with the product. After pedaling loaves to his friends, he began to play with the idea of opening his own shop. This spring, that dream became a reality. Nestled …

Much like the mythical city that it is named for, El Dorado for many Arkansans is a place we hear a lot about but rarely find. Part of it is the little over 2 hour drive from Little Rock, which passes the quick trip mark to become a major outing …

Eating breakfast as the train passes by may seem like the beginning of a good country song, but it is an experience worth checking out in Fordyce at the Round Table Coffee Shop. Round Table was built out of an old train depot and sits inches away from the train tracks …

I spend my life in and out of coffee shops and beer taprooms. Some of those coffee shops serve beer, but usually with a small selection. Some taprooms and breweries try to get that warm and cozy vibe of a coffee shop, but usually fall short. Then one day I …

While we at Rock City Eats tend to focus on the food scene here in Central Arkansas, we’ve discovered plenty of great eats all around the state, too. Arkansas’ highways, byways and small towns are ripe with numerous excellent restaurants, dairy bars, drive-ins and bakeries of all sorts. In this …

I regularly make the trip between Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas, unless you want a burger (several good options in Russellville) food options are a bit scarce for lunch along I40 once you get past Conway. In fact, one of the questions we get asked the most is about food …

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