Little Rock’s Cajun’s Wharf’s Last Day Will Be June 1st


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News Release) – Little Rock landmark Cajun’s Wharf today announced its last day of business will be Saturday, June 1. Until then, the nearly 40-year-old restaurant and entertainment venue will continue its regular operations, including a full musical line-up and “Big Swinging Deck Parties” with views of the Arkansas River.

“We often hear from customers who have experienced some of the most significant events of their lives here—from college graduations to first dates to wedding receptions,” said Cajun’s Wharf owner Mary Beth Ringgold. “Over the next two months, we hope our loyal customers and friends will come soak up the best of Cajun’s and relive that nostalgia with us.”

Now through June 1, Cajun’s will offer daily restaurant specials, as well as fresh crawfish and a $5 “Thursday Throwback” bar menu with signature drinks, wine and beer. It will have live music during happy hour and in the evenings on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Cajun’s will be open for lunch Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-2 p.m., as well as dinner Monday-Thursday 5-10 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 5-11 p.m. The bar and deck will be open Monday-Saturday from 4:30 p.m. until close.

Ringgold’s other entities, Capers Restaurant and Market at Capers on Highway 10 in West Little Rock and Copper Grill in 300 Third Tower in downtown Little Rock, will remain unaffected.

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