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This place is absolute amazing. If you love a good breakfast they are a great option, but they also have solid lunch options. I suggest you try their breakfast tacos. You won’t regret it!! It’s located in the Argenta District in North Little Rock right over the Arkansas River. It’s only about a…
Nice atmosphere, plenty of seating. Located in Argenta which is a nice walkable area. Food is just as good as the coffee.
A place to eat and drink without the pressure to consume and move on. Our vision is to be Argenta’s “third place.” Third places – a term coined by Ray Oldenburg in his 1989 book The Great Good Place – are informal gathering places where people in a particular neighborhood meet to develop…
Great coffee anytime of day. Good breakfast spot, meeting place and to hang out and work.
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“314 MAPLE ST NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS PRICE: $ | TYPE: BREWERY The spacious taproom harbors a mixture of wood and industrial elements that ultimately make Flyway feel like an incredibly comfortable, yet funky, modern hangout. The theme is an ode to the brewery’s name. McMullen says, “Our name comes from the bird migration route … that starts in the corner of Canada and comes down right through the Mississippi.” Scanning the room you’ll notice round, green tables amidst picnic-style wooden options as well as metal high tops. The various metal elements were meant to bring the brewery into the taproom, and the colors were chosen with a specific purpose in mind. McMullen says, “If you were cruising down the Mississippi in a boat … we wanted to incorporate those colors, with the Earth tones in the floor, we’ve got a winter blue sky in the ceiling,” he explains, “and these tables are actually green because these are our trees … and the chairs are the roots. We want the people to sit down and get rooted.” Already, the team has three of their four core beers on draft, including – Migrate Pale Ale, Free Range Brown Ale, Shadow Hands Stout – and hope to add the Early Bird IPA soon. The Migrate is a fruity, hoppy brew that manages to be extremely drinkable. The Free Range Brown is an approachable dark beer with notes of roasted caramel malts, coffee, and a hint of chocolate. Shadow Hands has a dry finish with more hops than your average stout. Foster says, “We were trying for the flavor, and trying to avoid bitterness – that’s what we’re doing with a lot of our beers.” Don’t miss the Early Bird IPA, which features Centennial Hops. Foster says, “We want it to be one of our best.” The brewery will offer feathers, their take on beer flights. McMullen’s dad created forty handmade wooden feathers. “No two are the same,” says Foster, as he describes the incredible amount of work his and McMullen’s family put in to help make the brewery a reality. For food, check out their handmade pretzels, creative nachos, sliders, and their wild game sausages. Also stop by in the morning on the weekends for a rotating brunch menu.”
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