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story.lead_photo.caption In this Sept. 22, 2017, file photo, a barista pours steamed milk into a cup of coffee at a cafe in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

Three Northwest Arkansas restaurants are opening or offering new services this weekend.

A new coffeeshop serving plant-based foods will welcome its first customers in the southeast part of Fayetteville.

The Hip Cafe is planning a soft opening Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 2229 E Huntsville Rd, according to social media posts.

Patrons will receive complimentary "goodies and coffees" at the event.


A dog park cafe in Fayetteville is now serving alcohol.

Good Dog Cafe announced in a social media post Wednesday that customers at their 2640 E Huntsville Rd location can order beer and wine.

In addition to offering new drinks, the cafe is planning to test later hours this weekend.

Customers and their dogs are welcome to stay until 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, according to the posts.

Good Dog Cafe offers breakfast and lunch, including vegan and gluten free options, in addition to coffees and teas.

The business aims to provide a place for dog lovers to relax, play and enjoy time with pets.


A new coffee and bike shop is throwing a party in Bentonville to kick off its grand opening week.

The Meteor, formerly based in Little Rock, will host guests and offer specials on pizza, beer and cocktails Saturday, according to social media posts.

The festivities will continue throughout the week.

"We are celebrating our official Grand Opening Week February 22-29 with a series of daily happenings including group rides, after-parties, panel discussions, cycling film screenings, latte art throw-downs, and of course plenty of #espressochampagnechainlube specials," the shop posted on social media Feb. 15.

The cafe moved to 401 S.E. D St. after closing its original location in Little Rock.

The Meteor opened its Little Rock store in 2016 and exclusively carries coffee and tea products of Intelligentsia, a nationally recognized coffee roaster founded by Meteor co-founder Doug Zell, according to the site.

In addition to selling a selection of bicycle gear, the cafe offers a menu that includes coffee, wine, beer, baked goods and pizza.

NW News on 02/22/2020

Print Headline: Let's Eat: New coffeeshop opening; dog cafe serving alcohol; Coffee, bike shop celebrating grand opening

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