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What’s New in Downtown Rogers?

Have you been to downtown Rogers lately? Following the completion of The Butterfield Stage and Railyard Park, the revitalization continues with dozens of new places to explore for a great meal, new body art and retail experiences to add to your list for the new year.


baked by kori

Recently opened at 128 S 2nd St., bakedbykori is a gourmet cookie, brownie and baked goods bakery. They believe ingredients that naturally are good, ultimately taste good.  They start fresh, building each batch of cookies to order from the bowl up with sweet cream butter, madagascar vanilla beans, unrefined sugar, cage free eggs and unbleached flour. 

Baked by Kori Cookies

Black Crown Social

Located at 216 E. Poplar St., Black Crown Social is a cigar lounge and whiskey bar focusing on the community with a great selection of craft cigars, a relaxing atmosphere, and knowledgeable staff.

black crown social cigars.

B List on the Bricks

B List Burger Bar in Bella Vista welcomes an additional location in downtown Rogers at 105 S. 3rd St. The chef-owned and family owned restaurant offers down-home cooking with an amazing selection of delectable comfort food and a vast menu full of farm-to-table, made-from-scratch favorites daily. Try the Black and Blue Burger and Bouvier Burger, favorites among their clientele.

a burger with an egg and pickles on a plate.


Blu Fresh Fish Marketplace in Bentonville has expanded with a downtown Rogers location at 214 W Elm St. They fly fish in daily from both coasts and the Gulf! They offer market-fresh fish dishes and sushi prepared in a cozy, trendy interior.

a plate with a variety of sushi on it.

Ember Fine Art and Tattoo

Located at 316 S 1st St., Ember serves the community through a one-of-a-kind experience of art-based services that inspire to create a positive narrative around body art.

a woman's arm with a tattoo of pumpkins and leaves.

Grace Lorenzo’s Bridal and Formal Wear

Located at 118 W Elm St., Grace Lorenzo’s celebrated their grand opening in July of 2022. Founded by Angela Bohannon and Amy Ramirez, Grace Lorenzo’s provides formal and bridal wear services to provide that special look for your upcoming occasion. 

a green ball gown hanging on a rack in a store.

Magnolia Cycles

Located at 216 E Chestnut St., Magnolia Cycles offers safety inspections, tune-ups, washes, custom frames, concierge bike buying and more. Do you fit your bike or does your bike fit you?

a man standing in front of a bike shop.

Modest Method Designs

Located at 115 W Chestnut St., Modest Method Designs refurbishes old, beat-up pieces of furniture and recreates home decor pieces. 

a black dresser with a mirror and a vase.

Natural State Beverage Co.

Natural State Beverage Company has a passion for creating. They offer a variety of products including herbal kombucha, tea, and locally crafted soda.

two people toasting at a table with cans of beer.

Nola’s Pantry

Located at 103 W Chestnut St., Ste. 100, Nola’s Pantry is a specialty food shop and cafe specializing in small batch items and goods, including unique bulk spices, rubs, hot sauces, jams, honey, peanut butter, granola, tea, coffee, gifts and pantry accessories. Their cafe offers a selection of grab-n-go items including sandwiches, salads, soups, smoothies and skewers.

two women standing in front of a bar with trays of food.

Saved by Grace Tattoo Studio

Located at 614 N 2nd St., Ste. C, Saved By Grace Tattoo believes in being a different type of tattoo shop. Their mission is to make tattoos that are beautiful, personal, and meaningful – not just something trendy or cool. They take the time to get to know their clients and work with them to create designs that truly reflect their personalities and style.

a woman's hand with a butterfly tattoo on it.

OZ Smokehouse

Located at 113 W Walnut St., award-winning and national BBQ competitor Jordan Poole brings Ozark-styled BBQ to downtown Rogers in the form of OZ Smokehouse. Following in his father’s footsteps, a Kansas City BBQ judge and competitor, smoking meats was the first thing he learned how to cook. After managing operations for corporate chains and small businesses, he decided it was time to return back to his roots and offer a new concept to this foodie community. That concept includes challenging the stereotypes of restaurant culture and bringing positivity to an industry that already brings many people together.

three tacos on a tray on a table.

The Shire Gastropub

Located at 117 W Walnut St., The Shire Gastropub offers a unique gastropub experience, guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds. The Executive Chef, Sous Chef and talented line cooks offer superb, made from scratch food. Stop by to experience 24 draft beers, a mini arcade, a lounge with pool tables, live music and more.

a plate with chicken and vegetables on it.

TxAr House

Located at 300 S 1st St., TxAr House is a Texas pit-style BBQ restaurant and lounge that includes an outdoor patio, beer and wine, and several flat-screen TVs for the perfect watch party for sporting events.

a man is putting chicken in a bbq grill.

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