Located in the Uptown District, JBGB (JJ’s Beer Garden and Brewery) has become one of the most popular establishments in Fayetteville, as it’s offers four things locals and guests love: food, beer, games and music.
In fact, it’s outdoor gaming area includes shuffle board, baggo, ping pong, bocce ball, sand volleyball and a wading pool, making it a virtual playground for adults. Considering JBGB is also a craft brewery, it’s no wonder people love going there — and staying for a fun night!
Many people bring their best friends along when visiting Fayetteville. And by best friends, we, of course mean dogs! After all, your other friends don’t get you like your dog does.
One of the most popular things to do in Fayetteville for dog lovers and beer enthusiasts is the annual Dickson Street Pup Crawl. This year marks the eighth installment, which will be held Saturday, April 27, starting at 2 p.m.
The University of Arkansas School of Art is presenting a student exhibition through April 7 at the Walker Stone House. “Milk,” the thesis exhibition by Lindsey Heiden, is free and open to the public 6:30-8 p.m. April 5 and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 7.
A reception with the artist will be held at 6:30 p.m. April 5.
Looking for luxury and an upscale hotel experience in Fayetteville? Look no further than The Chancellor Hotel, one of the most stylish place to stay in Fayetteville. Located in the heart of the Historic Downtown Square, The Chancellor mixes business and pleasure with suites and rooms perfect for winding down or entertaining guests.
Northwest Arkansas is a mixing pot of various cultures, thanks to both the University of Arkansas and the unique spirit of Fayetteville. Mexican food has become a staple in town, and the options for authentic and affordable Mexican cuisine are boundless.
Being in the South, Fayetteville is home to many Southern traditions, including family-owned Mexican restaurants. While we can’t promise to end the “cheese-dip vs. queso” debate, anyone who respects a high-quality Mexican meal can agree that Fayetteville’s local options are top-notch.
The 2021 Fayetteville Roots Festival will be held Aug. 26-29 at several locations and live-music venues throughout Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas.
St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday this year, so Dickson Street in Fayetteville is sure to be extra exciting this weekend thanks to the 11th annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl.
On March 17, festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a kickoff at Hog Haus Brewing Co., where participants can pick up a “passport” that lists participating pubs, bars and watering holes.
The third annual Fayetteville Gumbo Cookoff will be held Saturday, March 17, at the Washington County Fairground.
The event will feature more than 30 gumbos competing to take home this year’s Peoples Choice trophy, as well as local craft beer and live music provided by Block Street Hot Club and Second Line Strings.
Fayetteville offers guests a multitude of experiences. Here, culture and nature meet and free spirits thrive. It’s rich in arts, history and entertainment rooted in a strong pride for all things local. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, it’s a nature-lover’s dream. There’s always something happening here – a good balance between the old and new to provide change in a familiar place.
Looking for something new to do in Northwest Arkansas? Catch a NWA Roller Derby game and you won't be bored!
Roller derby is a completely unique, high-impact sport that is known for being totally inclusive of age, gender, nationality and background. It consists of two teams of five players roller skating around a track trying to get a designated team member (the "jammer") to lap members of the opposing team.
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