Mark your calendars for Friday, May 28 and make plans to get downtown and Sip and Shop. Join us anytime from 4pm-9pm as we jaunt around the Fayetteville square and Block street in a shopping frenzy! Summer is just around the corner so make sure to stop at our local shops and pick up summer dresses, sandals, long brimmed hats, and apparently, cotton trousers are all the rage this summer, so grab a pair of those as well!

We’ve reached that time of year where there are more fair-weather days than bad. Instead of spending that time inside, binging yet another season of New Girl, grab a friend, a dog, or a good book and spend the afternoon at Ozark Natural Foods on the patio. The patio is fitted with tables, comfy seating, swings, and an area to set up your hammock.

Spring has arrived at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks! The BGO will be hosting its 2021 Spring Plant Sale on April 23-24.

Breadsticks, Pasta, Carbs, oh my! If you’re looking to carbo-load on some high-class Italian food, then we’ve got you covered. There are several Italian restaurants in Fayetteville, Arkansas that can knock your socks off, but here are just a few.

Taco Tuesday in Fayetteville is as lively as ever with more options to get your taco fix. Going out to get tacos is more than just another meal trip, it's margaritas with friends, chats on the patio, and reconnecting after spending months apart. The best part about Taco Tuesday are all the deals, from .99 cent tacos to half-price margaritas, you aren’t likely to be disappointed. Here are some spots to get your Taco Tuesday fix:

Hot wings. Chicken wings. Buffalo wings. Whatever you call them, Chick’n Headz in Fayetteville is serving some of the best wings in Northwest Arkansas.

We celebrate International Education Week alongside the University of Arkansas this week (November 16-20, 2020) and international cuisine every day.

A college town nestled in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville draws students and visitors from all over the world who share their stories, cultures, and traditions in all of the best ways. In the travel and tourism industry, one of our favorite ways to celebrate Fayetteville is through the FOOD! Here, it’s a melting pot of local international and fusion flavors so whatever you or your crew are hungry for, Fayetteville serves it up.

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

Food Loops has launched a new website, wheretoeatnwa.com, a resource for both restaurants and the community.

The Farmer's Table Cafe has launched an online grocery store that is open Friday through Sunday at midnight.