In part two of our interview, Chef Neal describes the inspiration behind the restaurant's rotating menu, integrating Farmers Market produce, recognizable dishes prepared with top-quality ingredients, and several adventurous surprises (cow stomach, anyone?).
Dana Schlagenhaft sat down with the Malvern native to learn more about the experiences he'll bring with him as he takes over the kitchen at the award-winning downtown Bentonville restaurant.
A chance trip to Eureka Springs sparked his passion for painting. Years later Matt's commissioned artwork hangs in homes, corporations -- even behind the Arkansas Governor's desk.
Nestor Lopez has been leather crafting his entire life. It's a family tradition and skill handed down from his grandfather and father. Make sure to visit Nestor at the Bentonville Farmers Market on Saturdays!
Do you follow @BentonvilleArkansas on Instagram?If you do, you're not alone. The account has almost 26,000 local, national, and international followers. It posts everything from #Bentonville imagery to photos of our amazing culinary scene to snapshots of celebrities spotted in town.
Megha has more than 25 years of performance and teaching experience in a highly revered form of Indian classical dance.In 2011, she made the move from India to Bentonville, Arkansas, and found a community eager to appreciate the beauty of Bharatanatyam.
Throughout his life, David has used art as a form of communication and expression. It's allowed him to share feelings and thoughts when the words didn't always come easily to him...
After moving from Guatemala to Bentonville, Mauricio says he opened 211 Cafe to "show a little bit of Guatemala through my passion, coffee." This story is part of our International Art & Culinary Week series.