As it has for the past several years, the Capital Bar & Grill is celebrating with a specialty pie a day.
Here is the schedule:
Friday, 1st – Derby Pie
Saturday, 2nd – Banana Cream Pie
Sunday, 3rd – Chocolate Chess Pie
Monday, 4th – Ice Box Lemon Pie
Tuesday, 5th – Steak & Ale Pie
Wednesday, 6th – Lemon Brulee Pie
Thursday, 7th – Chocolate Cherry Pie
Friday, 8th – Key Lime Pie
Saturday, 9th – Sweet Potato Pie
Sunday, 10th – Apple Pie
Monday, 11th – White Chocolate Velvet Pie
Tuesday, 12th – Pecan Pie
Wednesday, 13th – Apple & Rhubarb Pie
Thursday, 14th – Chocolate Raspberry Pie
Friday, 15th – Snickerdoodle Pie
Saturday, 16th – Banoffee Pie
Sunday, 17th – S’More Pie
Monday, 18th – Blueberry Pie
Tuesday, 19th – Chicken Pot Pie
Wednesday, 20th – Strawberry Jello Pie
Thursday, 21st – Black Forest Pie
Friday, 22nd – Traditional Chess Pie
Saturday, 23rd – Peach Pie
Sunday, 24th – Lemon Meringue Pie
Monday, 25th – Sugar Cream Pie
Tuesday, 26th – Butterscotch Pie
Wednesday, 27th – Coconut Cream Pie
Thursday, 28th – Peanut Butter Banana Pie
Tonight from 5pm to 8pm Historic Arkansas Museum will host the 10th Ever Nog-off. And it’s free!
Get in the holiday spirit with some holiday spirits at this celebration of a favorite holiday drink. Sample a variety of nogs and vote for your favorite at this friendly competition for the best nog in town.
Noggers include Cache Restaurant, Capital Bar and Grill, Copper Grill, the Empress of Little Rock, Loblolly Creamery, Bridget Fennel Farris, John Selig and Family, and Stone’s Throw Brewery.
Also Nogging will be Bill Worthen and his daughter Rachel Worthen who are the sixth and seventh generations to make Nicholas Peay’s egg nog. Peay was a founder of Little Rock, served as acting Mayor and was father of Mayor Gordon N. Peay (whose birthday is today.)
The judges will be Mayor Mark Stodola; attorney and cocktail expert Joel DiPippa; and Emily Van Zandt, food and drink editor of Arkansas Life.