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Adobe Creek Funeral Home

331 Lakeville Street
Petaluma, CA 94952
(415) 883-8070
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Calvary Catholic Cemetery

304 Magnolia Avenue
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 762-8462
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Cypress Hill Memorial Park

430 Magnolia Avenue
Petaluma, CA 94952
(707) 762-6683
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Restaurant Transitions: Longtime Little Rock BBQ restaurant closes; Bash Burger Co. in Little Rock shut - Arkansas Online

Monday, July 18, 2016

Del Frisco's Grille, in the Promenade at Chenal Shopping Center, 17707 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, will host a beer dinner, 6:45 p.m. today, pairing four courses with four beers from Petaluma, Calif.-based Lagunitas Brewery. Brewery representative Courtney Bibb will discuss pairing techniques with dinner patrons and explain the reasoning behind the pairings chosen for the dinner. Seating is limited and they'd appreciate you registering in advance (but you don't have to); cost is $55. Call (501) 448-2631.And speaking of the Promenade at Chenal, shopping center officials say they're looking at the first week of September for the opening there of Little Rock's second Pei Wei outlet.Preserve Arkansas' second annual Preservation Libations Master Mix-Off, 6-8 p.m. July 22 at the Albert Pike Masonic Center, 712 Scott St., Little Rock, features six central Arkansas bartenders (Summer Blake, Boulevard Bistro & Bar; Merrick Fagan, Trio's; Sarah Harrington, South on Main; Dillon Garcia, The Pizzeria @ Terry's Finer Foods; Rob Armstrong, The Fold/Raduno; and Alejandro Fierro, Cache) and their versions of Prohibition-era drinks, competing, first for the "People's Choice" Award and then, in a second round, for a panel of professional judges. Tickets are $50, $45 for Preserve Arkansas members, $75 for VIP (includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the Masonic Temple and an early entry happy hour with the bartenders). Call (501) 372-4757, email ljackson@preservearkansas.org or visit preservearkansas.org/what-we-do/mixoff.Arkansas Online reports a delay in the opening in Conway of the first John Daly's Steakhouse, a new concept built around the career of professional golfer and former Dardanelle resident John Daly, originally set to tee off by this summer. Razing of an existing two-story building at 912 Front St., just north of Toad Suck Square downtown, is expected to get underway this week; construction on a new two-story, 4,500-square-foot structure, which will include second-floor loft space and a private dining area, should begin within two to three weeks, with a Jan. 15 target opening. Meanwhile, two more locations (out of a planned 10 over the next five years), in Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas are pending.And 11 Arkansas restaurants made Wine Spectator magazine's annual Restaurant Awards list, recognizing outstanding wine programs on three levels: the Award of Excellence (symbolized in the magazine by one wine glass, with 2,414 winners), the Best of Award of Excellence (two glasses, 1,093) and the Grand Award (three glasses, 88). So Restaurant-Bar, 3610 Kavanaugh Blvd. Little Rock, earned two glasses, an upgrade from previous years; one-glass Awards of Excellence went to repeat Little Rock winners Copper Grill, 300 E. Third St.; Anderson's Cajun's Wharf, 2400 Cantrell Road; Ciao Baci, 605 N. Beechwood St.; and Capers, 14502 Cantrell Road; and to Bordino's Restaurant and Wine Bar and Vetro 1925 in Fayetteville, Postmasters Grill in Camden and the River Grille Steakhouse in Bentonville. New on the list this year: Arthur's Prime Steakhouse, 27 Rahling Circle, Little Rock, and the Little Rock outlet of Del Frisco's Grille. The complete list is available in the magazine's August issue, on newsstands Tuesday and online at Restaurants.WineSpectator.com.Has a restaurant opened -- or closed -- near you in the last week or so? Does your favorite eatery have a new menu? Is there a new chef in charge? Drop us a line. Call (501) 399-3667 or (501) 378-3513, or send a note to Restaurants, Weekend Section, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, Ark. 72203. Send email to:eharrison@arkansasonline.comWeekend on 07/14/2016 Let's block ads! a href="ht...

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Restaurant Transitions: Longtime Little Rock BBQ restaurant closes; Bash Burger Co. in Little Rock shut - Arkansas Online

Monday, July 18, 2016

Del Frisco's Grille, in the Promenade at Chenal Shopping Center, 17707 Chenal Parkway, Little Rock, will host a beer dinner, 6:45 p.m. today, pairing four courses with four beers from Petaluma, Calif.-based Lagunitas Brewery. Brewery representative Courtney Bibb will discuss pairing techniques with dinner patrons and explain the reasoning behind the pairings chosen for the dinner. Seating is limited and they'd appreciate you registering in advance (but you don't have to); cost is $55. Call (501) 448-2631.And speaking of the Promenade at Chenal, shopping center officials say they're looking at the first week of September for the opening there of Little Rock's second Pei Wei outlet.Preserve Arkansas' second annual Preservation Libations Master Mix-Off, 6-8 p.m. July 22 at the Albert Pike Masonic Center, 712 Scott St., Little Rock, features six central Arkansas bartenders (Summer Blake, Boulevard Bistro & Bar; Merrick Fagan, Trio's; Sarah Harrington, South on Main; Dillon Garcia, The Pizzeria @ Terry's Finer Foods; Rob Armstrong, The Fold/Raduno; and Alejandro Fierro, Cache) and their versions of Prohibition-era drinks, competing, first for the "People's Choice" Award and then, in a second round, for a panel of professional judges. Tickets are $50, $45 for Preserve Arkansas members, $75 for VIP (includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the Masonic Temple and an early entry happy hour with the bartenders). Call (501) 372-4757, email ljackson@preservearkansas.org or visit preservearkansas.org/what-we-do/mixoff.Arkansas Online reports a delay in the opening in Conway of the first John Daly's Steakhouse, a new concept built around the career of professional golfer and former Dardanelle resident John Daly, originally set to tee off by this summer. Razing of an existing two-story building at 912 Front St., just north of Toad Suck Square downtown, is expected to get underway this week; construction on a new two-story, 4,500-square-foot structure, which will include second-floor loft space and a private dining area, should begin within two to three weeks, with a Jan. 15 target opening. Meanwhile, two more locations (out of a planned 10 over the next five years), in Little Rock and Northwest Arkansas are pending.And 11 Arkansas restaurants made Wine Spectator magazine's annual Restaurant Awards list, recognizing outstanding wine programs on three levels: the Award of Excellence (symbolized in the magazine by one wine glass, with 2,414 winners), the Best of Award of Excellence (two glasses, 1,093) and the Grand Award (three glasses, 88). So Restaurant-Bar, 3610 Kavanaugh Blvd. Little Rock, earned two glasses, an upgrade from previous years; one-glass Awards of Excellence went to repeat Little Rock winners Copper Grill, 300 E. Third St.; Anderson's Cajun's Wharf, 2400 Cantrell Road; Ciao Baci, 605 N. Beechwood St.; and Capers, 14502 Cantrell Road; and to Bordino's Restaurant and Wine Bar and Vetro 1925 in Fayetteville, Postmasters Grill in Camden and the River Grille Steakhouse in Bentonville. New on the list this year: Arthur's Prime Steakhouse, 27 Rahling Circle, Little Rock, and the Little Rock outlet of Del Frisco's Grille. The complete list is available in the magazine's August issue, on newsstands Tuesday and online at Restaurants.WineSpectator.com.Has a restaurant opened -- or closed -- near you in the last week or so? Does your favorite eatery have a new menu? Is there a new chef in charge? Drop us a line. Call (501) 399-3667 or (501) 378-3513, or send a note to Restaurants, Weekend Section, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, P.O. Box 2221, Little Rock, Ark. 72203. Send email to:eharrison@arkansasonline.comWeekend on 07/14/2016 Let's block ads! a href="ht...