Raptor Ridge and Memories of My First Oregon Pinot Noir

I can’t remember the first moment that I tasted an Oregon Pinot Noir. It was probably around the time I got my first job in Nashville, TN, which coincidentally was the first place I was legally allowed to serve alcohol at a restaurant. Until then I had only waited tables at chain restaurants in dry counties in Arkansas. I remember instantly realizing there was something special about Oregon Pinot Noir—even in the infancy of my beverage career.

Take-Home Holiday Menu

South on Main Holiday Menu  Orders must be placed no later than Friday, December 19, 2014. Submit orders to amy@southonmain.com or drop off your order form at 1304 Main Street. ...

St. Paul and the Broken Bones live at South on Main!

St. Paul and the Broken Bones took us to church and brought down the house with their live performance at South on Main last Saturday! Their sound is fresh, yet reflective of the deep tradition of southern soul music born out of places like Muscle Shoals in their home state of Alabama. Here are a few scenes from the show courtesy of the lovely and talented Nancy Steenburgen.

Tales from Tales of the Cocktail

Barman David Burnette attended the 2014 Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans, LA, as a representative for Vya Whisper Dry Vermouth. Read about his experience at Tales of the Cocktail and check out his recipe using Vya & Arkansas Melons.

Local Live: Clancey Ferguson and the Ragtags

Scenes that help capture the magical sounds of bluegrass from Mountain View, Arkansas-native Clancey Ferguson and the Ragtags! Photos courtesy of our dear friend, the talented D. Foster.