Doomsday Diets: How To Get A Dad Bod In One Week

February 17, 2023

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Kick Off Fayetteville Restaurant Week With Sunday Brunch

Experience Fayetteville

Fayetteville Restaurant Week kicks off this Sunday with more than 50 restaurants offering specials and freebies. Here are our top picks for Sunday Brunch!

  • Morning ride: Bike to Brunch at Doomsday Coffee and Roasterie, where Experience Fayetteville will have complimentary bike valet and priority parking for cyclists from 10a-2p. If you don't fill up there, peddle over to Fossil Cove to find more great brunch specials at Margaret's Food Truck.
  • Dad bod: Nomad’s Trailside will offer $8 Dad Bods, normally $16! House-made waffle topped with hash browns, bacon crumbles, sausage, two free-range fried eggs, and organic maple syrup. Or if you're on the go, mention Fayetteville Restaurant Week at either Fayetteville Whataburger for a free Breakfast on a Bun, Breakfast Taquito, or Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit!

Find more information and view participating restaurants HERE.


Experience An Ozark-Style Mardi Gras This Weekend In Eureka Springs

NWA Daily

The Krewe of Krazo is bringing the spirit of New Orleans to Eureka Springs this weekend for the annual "Eureka Gras" celebration.

  • When in Rome: The Krewe of Krazo Masquerade Ball will be a night to remember, with this year's theme being Ancient Roman Legends. Doors open at 6p, and tickets are $60 per person. 
  • Mardi Gras Ozark-style: Considered the "Ozarks' biggest Mardi Gras Parade," the Krewe of Krazo's Day Parade will take place Saturday, Feb 18, at 2p with floats and wild costumes to match! 

Find these Mardi Gras events and more happening in Eureka Springs HERE.

Real Estate

NWA Housing Market Tells A Tale of Two Trends

NWA Daily

According to the Northwest Arkansas Board of Realtors, home sales in Northwest Arkansas saw an 11.6% decrease in 2022 due to rising mortgage rates and low inventory; however, sale values increased.

  • Home supply: The region experienced a decrease in inventory, with 10,920 residential properties sold in Benton and Washington counties in 2022 compared to the previous year's 12,349.
  • On the rise: Home values soared, with the median price of homes sold rising 21.1% to $326,000, and the combined earnings on sales of single-family properties in the two counties reached $4.24b.

Read more from Talk Business & Politics HERE


Development At Former 112 Drive-In To Include Alamo Drafthouse

NWA Daily

Alamo Drafthouse, the Austin-based theater chain renowned for its indie films, craft beer, and strict no-talking policy, is bringing its first Arkansas location to Fayetteville. 

  • At the drive-in: The new theater will be located at the former 112 Drive-In at 3552 N Highway 112 and is set to feature an 800-seat indoor theater, a small outdoor drive-in, and a covered beer garden.
  • In development: In addition to the theater, plans for the development, called the Aronson, will eventually include apartments, duplex and triplex buildings, a clubhouse, and spaces for restaurants and retail.

Read more in the Fayetteville Flyer HERE


Promoting Dignity Through Sustainable Farming At Cobblestone Farms

Cobblestone Farms

Cobblestone Farms Executive Director Kelton Hays was interviewed on this week's episode of Startup Junkies to explain the 25-acre non-profit farm's work to provide dignified access to food combat through sustainable agriculture practices. 

  • Positive produce: Cobblestone Farms grows and harvests fresh, nutritious produce, contributing a majority to local hunger relief and selling the remainder.
  • Farming farmers: With roughly 70,000 NWA residents lacking access to nutrition, Cobblestone Farms works to provide fresh, healthy food and educate the community through volunteering opportunities and apprenticeship programs.

Listen to the episode HERE

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