Fayetteville Together

During these unprecedented times, our Fayetteville community has come together like it always does, and Experience Fayetteville wants to help get the word out. Check out this page for ways to support our local businesses, our hospitality industry and much more! Fayetteville together, always.

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Thank you to everyone who reached out and requested this list of Fayetteville black-owned businesses. We are continuing to update it as people reach out with more. Please make your voices heard in the comments on social media or message us with more information so that we can all support these businesses moving forward.

The Arkansas Hospitality Association released a reopening guide for those in the restaurant industry.

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that restaurants can open for dine-in services on Monday, May 11 as long as they follow certain conditions. 

The Regional Arts Service Organization (RASO) at the Northwest Arkansas Council is partnering with the local arts community to provide grants through a new Bridge Fund for small and mid-sized arts culture nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19.

The Fayetteville Roots Festival announced their partnership with  Fayetteville restaurant, Wood Stone PIzza and US Foods to expand their Roots Meals for Musicians Program.

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