Little Rock's Oldest Neighborhood
East Village is the new name for one of Little Rock’s oldest neighborhoods, a blend of tree-lined streets, historic homes and inspiring re-purposed industrial factories and warehouses that have been given new life as restaurants, entertainment venues, offices and loft-style living.
Among the neighborhood offerings are the local brewery Lost Forty, their 70s summer camp-inspired Camp Taco, the popular coffee shop Fidel & Co., and their food hall-style restaurant, Sterling Market.
The Rail Yard is a hip hot spot complete with an urban beer garden, food truck stop and anchored by the brick-and-mortar home of Count Porkula BBQ. It’s a backyard bash — block party style.