Sullivan’s Steakhouse opens in Little Rock


Sullivan’s Steakhouse has opened the doors to its new restaurant in historic Little Rock. Located at 17707 Chenal Parkway, the 9,100 square foot dining space is the brand’s first location in Arkansas and 14th in the United States. This one-of-a-kind steakhouse offers patrons bone-in and hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood and signature cocktails to the sound of live local jazz music in a friendly, familiar atmosphere.

“When the opportunity presented itself to open a restaurant in Arkansas, it was the perfect time to expand into this market and bring our rich traditions to the beautiful town of Little Rock,” said Nishant Machado, Chairman and CEO of Dividend Restaurant Group. “We are honored to be a part of Little Rock’s vibrant dining scene and look forward to welcoming guests through our doors for years to come.”

The new restaurant is overseen by General Manager Max Ceaser, a seasoned operational chef with 25 years of experience working both front and back of house at notable restaurants – including several national brands like Outback Steakhouse, as well as some of the hottest locals in Little Rock. places such as Cheers at the OPO (Old Post Office). As well as being an accomplished restaurateur himself, Ceaser is a music enthusiast with a passion for the piano, making him a welcome addition to the Sullivan family where live jazz is an important part of the deep story. of the brand. He brings his love of cooking to the community by teaching children’s cooking classes at the Bearden Production Center of the Arts.

On the kitchen side, Executive Chef Michael Brown will oversee the kitchen at the new Sullivan’s, bringing his unique perspective and experience working for some of the biggest names in Orlando’s vibrant culinary scene, including Wolfgang Puck, Funky Monkey Wine Company and Modern Diner. . With the help of his talented team, Chef Brown will serve Sullivan’s classic American menu with appetizers such as the steakhouse’s signature Cheesesteak Eggrolls prepared with tender filet mignon and an array of decadent cuts of bone-in steak. cooked to order – all of which pair perfectly with one of Sullivan’s signature cocktails such as the Knockout Martini, inspired by the sake of the steakhouse’s name, boxer John Sullivan.

Sullivan’s offers daily lunch from 11:00 a.m., happy hour from 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a $7 bar bites menu, and quarterly specialty dinners that allow guests to sample different top wines and spirits. range accompanied by a chef’s tasting menu.


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