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  1. Oseguera's Mexican restaurant in Evelyn Hills in Fayetteville is closed. Their sign is covered up and the place looks to be pretty much cleared out. Anyone know why? They always seemed to be plenty busy, and their food was delish. The Springdale location, which is owned by other family members, is still open. Anyone have details?
  2. Thanks for the tips! I think he's decided he definitely wants to stay in Fayetteville, though, so that it's convenient for friends to join us, so I don't know where we'll end up. Thanks for the help though!
  3. Anyone have any suggestions for restaurants that serve crab (esp. king crab) in Fayetteville or Springdale, besides Powerhouse or Red Lobster? My husband's birthday is coming up, and he likes to get crab as a treat. He likes the crab at Powerhouse, but everything else is pretty mediocre, in my estimation. We're not big Red Lobster fans. Any ideas? We might drive to Rogers if someone knows of a place there. Thanks!
  4. Looks like the Historic District idea is dead: http://nwaonline.com/articles/2009/03/12/n...9fzhistoric.txt
  5. I've only eaten there once. I bit into my chicken sandwich only to find that the chicken was completely raw in the middle, and in fact was only barely cooked on the outside. Yuck! My lunch companion had something else with chicken and had the same problem. I've never had the urge to eat there again.
  6. Last week I went to Tangiers, the new Mediterranean restaurant on College Ave, with my husband and some friends. We had high hopes, but the food was awful. Our food came out at different times-- I had my food at least 5 minutes before everyone else got theirs. Once they got their food, my husband and friends' shawarma meat was dry and unappealing. Both their shawarma and my falafel sandwich were served on a thin, dry tortilla-like flatbread instead of pita bread. They didn't have tzatziki sauce, and the owner tried to convince me that tahina is better, though the two are entirely different. Th
  7. I drove by and saw a sign on the Little Bread Company's door. Apparently they had to close due to nonpayment of sales taxes. There was a sign from the state posted, along with a sign from the LBC, basically explaining the reason for closing and thanking their customers for a great year and a half of business. I don't know if anyone remembers, but Bourbon Boys and (I think) Alligator Ray's on West Ave both got shut down for not paying their sales taxes. I don't get it. Does this happen accidentally, or do business owners actually think they can get away with not paying? Anyone have any insi
  8. I heard that the Little Bread Company has closed its two locations. Bummer. I really liked that place. They were always completely packed during Farmer's Market on Saturdays, but I guess they weren't getting much biz the rest of the week. Boo.
  9. I heard that on NPR this morning. It made me laugh, to be honest. Clearly it's a good move, but at this point, who's going to notice? The entire Springdale landscape is already littered with billboards that aren't going anywhere.
  10. Thanks for the info! I'll have to give it a try.
  11. "Fusion" sure seems to be the buzzword in cuisine these days.
  12. Interesting! I'd like to see more contemporary architecture around here.
  13. That location seems cursed since Lin's closed. I'd like to see something stick around for a while, preferably without needing to use a bubble machine to attract attention. Lame.
  14. Boston Mountain Grill on College Ave in Fayetteville closed a couple of weeks ago. Anyone else bummed about this? Their burgers were pretty good, plus just about everyone in my office used to partake of their "Two for Tuesday" specials.
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