Find Sticky Fingerz Rock N Roll Chicken Shack, Little Rock, AR
Sticky Fingerz Outside Patio
Tour the River Market on President Bill Clinton Aveune
Sticky Fingerz Rock and Roll Chicken Shack is one of those bucket list things travelers must do. When you visit Sticky Fingerz, you are going to get good eats (Chicken Wings), and atmosphere.
Most weekends, and many evenings there is a music show, at Sticky Fingerz in the River Market.
During the day Sticky Fingerz is teeming with locals eating lunch, and seems quiet from the outside. On weekdays, the patio is serene with a good people-watcher view.
When night falls, and the Bands cranks up, Sticky Fingerz becomes a live music venue. It is an easy place to navigate from, and close to several hotels. the River Market Pavillion is right across the street, and it is one step to catch a streetcar or tram.
Sticky Fingerz Rock and Roll Chicken Shack is in the center of a hub whereRiver Markettravelers meet.
The River Market is pedestrian andbicycle oriented, offering many alternatives to the carbon burning automobile.
There are bands who play Sticky's that have may have obscure names on a US National level, but many musicians who may have started as a garage rock band, or have played local parties and in gymnasiums, will imagine themselves, "someday playing at Sticky's"
At night, during holidays and the weekends, no one need party and then drive.
The River Rail comes thorough about every 15 minutes, going from the Little Rock Market area, over the Bridge to the North Little Rock Argenta Arts area.
It is policy of Little Rock Bars, to help you get a cab or something to make sure you make it back home and/or your hotel room.
If you are a guest at any of the hotels near the River Market Area, the Hotels have Van Drivers and Shuttles, and will arrange transportation for you.
Including the Little Rock River Market, and Sticky Fingerz Rock n' Roll shack as part of your vacation experience will be a lower cost, and environmentally friendly trip.
Y'All come on in, and hurry back, ya hear?
Ice Age at Sticky Fingerz, April 2015
Sticky Fingerz - Little Rock
Interesting Rock Referred Food Names...
Affordable Prices - Specials - and Lunch Menu's Available:
Eat Indoors or the Patio!
JAGGER – just pepperoni & mozz cheese
GRATEFUL VEG – mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, and spicy tomatoes
SUPERAD BURGER – 1/2lb blackened burger topped with bacon strips, Swiss cheese, lettuce, spicy tomatoes and mayo
CHICKEN TWIN TACOS – 2 delicious soft flour tacos plumply packed with grilled fajita chicken, lettuce, spicy tomatoes, and shredded cheddar cheese
SNOOP DOGG – sausage link served doggy-style with sauerkraut, creole mustard, pickles, and cheddar cheese
THE JAMES BROWNIE – it’ll make you feel good!! warm chocolate chip brownie under caramel sauce with cold vanilla ice cream scoop
CHICKEN FINGERS CREAMY DILL (SAUCE )
OUR-B-QUE CREOLE MUSTARD - SWEET MUSTARD
HARD GARLIC VOODOO
ORIGINAL RECIPE GARLIC GRAVY
Downtown Little Rock the River Market
Clinton Library, Presidential Center and Green Corridor
Heifer International Headquarters - The most successful Brownfield Revitalization to date.
501) 372-7707 Sticky Fingerz -another hidden treasure, right off the Green Corridor, and across from the River Market
Across From Sticky Fingerz, Don't Drive, Crawl
Hotels Within Crawling Distance - Take a Cab
The 23 Story Peabody Hotel converted from the once proud Excelsior Hotel - Walking and Tram to the River Market and other Historic sites
Capital Hotel - Across the street from the Peabody Hotel and the State House Convention Center
Beautiful facility in the middle of the Downtown River Market. Always rated UP
This Holy House
© 2010 Lori J Latimer
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