Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
5811 Pritchard Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72117
Phone: (501) 945-3700
Fax: (501) 945-3700
Anyone looking for a nice, quiet hole to hide out in will enjoy the Underground Pub, located just around the corner from the popular River Market. The murky, yet casual atmosphere bears a surprising resemblance to the pubs found in the city of its namesake London. The only thing resembling the London subway system (the Underground) is the sign, which steals the original's logo. Relax with a pint of beer or cider, and join in a game of darts, Twister, or trivia.
Located at the City Center, the Revolution Music Room is a musical avenue and a cozy hangout place with live music performances being the flavor of the house. Popularly known as The Rev, the club hosts local as well as national bands that cater to musical genre like pop, hip-hop and rock. A perfect place to enjoy a late night party with friends. Do call ahead or check the website to know more.
As one of the swankiest clubs in Little Rock, Sway is the place to be to experience the city's nightlife. Spread out over 3,000 square feet, this club features elevated seating, that surrounds a spacious dance floor, and a VIP area. Perhaps the best part about this club is it's awesome patio, which provides gorgeous skyline views with the glittering lights of downtown.
Witness the surge of music excellence in the downtown area of Little Rock with the help of the rocking club aptly called Downtown Music. Varied musical events constantly take place. So check the website for further details. If your part of a band and need a platform to perform then Downtown Music is for you. Just email them and fix your dates.
Looking for a Saturday night hot spot to cut loose and dance through the night in Little Rock? Then head to this super-friendly, late-night haunt on Jessie Road. This nightclub opens its doors to the revelers on Saturdays and entertains them by hosting awesome electronic club nights 'til the break of dawn. Dance with the young crowd as the DJs spin out some amazing techno, hip hop and top 40 hits, or you can relax in the lobby and challenge your friend to a game of pool.
Cajun cooking does not get any better than in this "deliberately dingy" restaurant with splintering walls and a melange of odd items along the walls. Famous for their oysters, the rest of the spicy food is noteworthy too. Enjoy Zydeco music as you peel and eat large juicy shrimp, or try a huge po' boy sandwich filled with shrimp, fish or chicken. The crowd is diverse and thick on weekends. Happy hour is daily from 3p-6:30p.
With live nightly music and a mouth-watering menu of delectable American cuisine, its easy to see how Afterthought Bistro & Bar is a local favorite. This popular establishment serves hearty bistro cuisine with brunch offered on the weekends. The bar portion of Afterthought offers simple bar bites, beer, wine and specialty cocktails. Visit the website to find out more about the live music and see when your favorite local band will be playing next.
While this place does not exactly qualify as a cafe (it is located in a Presbyterian church), it does serve coffee and snacks. But the main attraction here is the music. From mellow folk music, to upbeat pop tunes, to modern Christian songs, variety is a sure thing. Each Friday night, the social room of this church is transformed into a pseudo-coffee house. The crowd is primarily young, but not limited to the Christian faith. The church does everything they can to create an open, family-friendly environment.
The flashiest (and most popular) two-stepping bar in town, you can enjoy both country and mainstream music at the Electric Cowboy. This place has character, with a crashed semi truck hanging rom the dj's booth and a neon-red-eyed bull's head watching dancers from the wall. The dance floor is spacious and inviting, with plenty of surrounding booths to rest in after two stepping and line dancing. The banquet room can be rented out for events. Thursday and Saturday nights are usually the most popular.