Rave Motion Pictures screens the summer blockbusters in 20 auditoriums outfitted with stadium seating. The theaters' digital projectors allow projectionists to easily play such gripping tales as Scream 4, a documentary about Sidney Prescott's return to Woodsboro, where Ghostface threatens the townspeople's safety (movies playing subject to change). Stretch out while watching as rows are spaced 48 inches apart from one another, one for each of the states recognized by most public-school systems. Check showtimes online for all the movies screening throughout the summer.
Bar Louie patrons can dive into a lunch and dinner menu bursting with salads, sandwiches, burgers, and American entrees, or sneak in on the weekend to sample eclectic brunch fare. At lunch or dinner, fork tines can frolic through the pear and blue cheese salad’s verdant field of greens studded with candied pecans, blue cheese, and craisins ($9.49), and hands can wrestle a fried Louie burger slippery with melted cheddar and cheered on by crunchy bacon, a fried egg, and several big-haired boxing promoters ($9.49). Alternatively, at brunch (Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.), use incisors to excavate chorizo, scrambled egg, and potato fillings from the breakfast burrito’s flour-tortilla crust ($9.99).
At The House, it’s always time for a good meal. The brunch, lunch, and dinner menus feature many variations on same delicious food, always starring the joints signature burgers, made with local, organic ingredients. Classic beef patties sport bourbon glazes and slices of black apple or a dusting of Guillermo’s espresso combined with thick mole sauce. The mac and cheese burger offers a unique set of double patties, the bottom beef and the top a lightly browned cake of breaded elbow noodles and cheese. Signature spicy bloody marys and a selection of craft beers wash down every meal.
Sporting 4,000 Christmas lights and conversation-sparking quotes upon its freshly black interior, this Little Rock stalwart has been rechristened with an abbreviated name and a Prohibition-themed ambiance. Choose from a creamy cornucopia of American, cheddar, pepper jack, or swiss cheeses to top your house burger served with potato chips ($5.95) while rocking to the racket of local bands, which appear on select nights. Subterranean patrons can savor Welsh chicken served atop a hoagie roll, which comes smothered in hot pepper cheese sauce and further accosted with fried onions ($6.95). The balance of the bar menu proffers myriad other fried fare, not to mention a guarantee of tasty times and absolutely no attacks from sentient flatware.
The cooks at Krome Billiards Sports Bar & Grill fry and flip a menu of burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers served amid a welcoming sea of pool and poker tables. A half-dozen spicy hot wings ($5.25) ignites taste bud forest fires easily quenched with cold cups of sweet tea or strawberry limeade, and the cheeseburger basket quickly extinguishes any lingering evidence of hunger with a 1/3-pound beef patty served with french fries or chips ($6). Texas toast embraces ground beef, grilled onions, cheese, and mayo in the comfort of the Krome Melt basket ($6.25) and chili-cheese dogs ($2.75) arrive fully loaded with favorite frank fixins and a standard AM/FM radio. Eight 7-foot Diamond billiards tables and a pair of 9-foot tables proffer hours of felted fun for practicing pool sharks, and a free texas hold 'em poker league allows competitive card shufflers to hone their craft seven days a week.
A waiter, hands full of fresh avocado, peppers, and tomatoes, approaches the table. He expertly slices and stirs the ingredients in a lava-stone bowl with the nimble precision of a seasoned chef. Along with whipping up fresh guacamole prepared tableside, Santo Coyote cooks also grill sizzling fajitas, bake spicy seafood specialties, and roll freshly made tortillas that have been lauded by the Arkansas Times at two locations, with one recently opened on Pleasant Ridge Road. Meanwhile, bartenders blend their staggering selection of more than 100 tequilas into specialty margaritas beneath the metal sun sculptures that adorn the walls.