Downtown Is Big Attraction For NYE 2014

Businesses anticipate big party.
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- The lights sparkle over the Arkansas River and the scene will be even brighter over Little Rock for New Years.

Some people are getting the party started downtown, then branching out.

"We have a house party to go to with lots of musicians and then we don't know where we will end up," said Geraldine Clark.

This week, Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola stated the efforts are working to attract more people downtown for food and entertainment.

"There is a real electricity to downtown. That's been a personal goal and accomplishment of mine," said Mayor Mark Stodola.

Cache restaurant is one business opening its doors for the first time this holiday season.

Managers say being part of the downtown architecture is a positive.

"At this point, we are ready to be open," said general manager Matthew Cooper.

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