We are all in this together.
With everything that is going on in the world right now, shopping locally and helping to keep small businesses open is a community effort. With that being said, we have created a resource guide that includes information regarding how local businesses in Fayetteville will be operating and how they are taking action during these stressful times. We have also included helpful links that include information such as how to social distance yourself, where food will be located for students during school closures, how to get involved in volunteering, what electric companies are saying, etc.
Local Shops on the Fayetteville Square
Riff Raff – Fayetteville
Riff Raff is currently selling a “Wash Your Hands Cowboy” T-shirt that helps support local public students who need meals due to school closures and the coronavirus. Additionally, they are selling “Cozy At-Home Kits” that are available for curbside pickup or $5 local delivery.
Tiny Tim’s Pizza
Tiny Tim’s is operating as usual. They have dine-in available for customers as well as curbside delivery.
Jammin Java is open during normal hours and operating as usual. The store will close each day depending on traffic throughout the day. They are continuously cleaning the store throughout the day and are encouraging customers to order take-out drinks and food.
Hours of operation: Mon – Friday: 7am – 2pm, Sat & Sun: Closed
Savoy is working diligently to ensure a clean and safe space for all customers. They are sanitizing the entire store on the hour every hour throughout the day. Additionally, all employees are continuously washing their hands every hour. You are welcome to call in your order at (479) 287-4110 ahead of time. The store is only using disposable cups to keep employees and customers as safe as possible.
Hours of operation: Mon-Sat: 10am – 6pm, Sunday: Closed
Damgoode pies will be open during regular hours for dine-in, take out, and delivery. Curbside pick-up is also available. Call (479) 444-7437 to place your order.
Hours of operation: Sun-Wed: 10:30am – 9pm, Thurs: 10:30am – 10pm, Fri – Sat: 10:30am – 11pm
Fat Bottomed Girls Cupcakes
Fat bottomed Girls Cupcakes has changed their store hours and are continuing to do delivery and operate through Postmates.
Hours of operation: 9am – 8pm
Foxtrot Boutique will be closed on March 18, 2020, however, it will reopen Thursday, March 19th, 2020. The store is actively working on making the space as clean and safe as possible for all customers. Employees will be re-steaming all items during closure on Wednesday, March 18th. Foxtrot will continue to sell online and in stores and operate during regular business hours. They are offering free shipping on all orders as well as curbside pickup.
Hours of operation: Mon – Fri: 10:30am – 6pm, Sat: 10am – 5pm, Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
Taste of Thai
Taste of Thai is currently offering take-out only and does not have dine-in seating available.
Hours of operation: Mon-Sat: 11AM–2:30PM, 5–9:30PM, Sunday: Closed
Nu Fangled Images
Nu Fangled Images is continuously cleaning the store and working to create the safest environment possible for all of their customers. The store will be operating as usual and still accepting mail orders.
Hours of operation: Mon – Fri: 10am – 5:30pm
Hugos is currently doing curbside to-go orders only. Call them at 479-521-7585 to place your order and they will bring it to your car.
Hours of operation: 11am – 9pm
Wander is currently offering 20% off all orders in-store and online when customers provide evidence of receipt from other local shops within the last week. If you are placing an order online, please text a picture of your receipt to the store number, (479) 316-8662. Additionally, employees are continuously cleaning the store to keep customers and employees as safe as possible.
Hours of operation: 11am – 5pm
Houndstooth will be operating as usual and is diligently working to keep the store sanitized.
Hours of operation: Mon – Thurs: 10am – 6pm, Fri: 10am – 9pm, Sat: 9am – 6pm, Sun: Closed
Temporary Local Shops Closed on Fayetteville Square
Other ways to support the community:
B-Unlimited is donating 20% of sales from their “NWA Strong T-shirt” to the NWA Food Bank to directly support the Northwest Arkansas community including families & children affected by school closings and lost meals. Shirts can be purchased here.
Beautiful lives Boutique – Fayetteville will be offering an online/Instagram shopping experience starting Wednesday, March 18th. For more information, please visit their Instagram here.
For information regarding which schools/school bus delivery locations are providing meals for children, please check here.
If you would like to join a local Facebook group for volunteer efforts and information, please join it here.
If you are stuck on how to properly social distance yourself, please check out the Northwest Arkansas Quarantine Guide: Things for families to do while social distancing posted by the NWA motherload here.
For updates posted by the Southwestern Electric Company, please check here.
For updates posted by Black Hills Energy, please check here.
For more information on other restaurants and local shops, please reference the Fayetteville Flyer here.
Northwest Arkansas is a strong community that will never operate alone. It is with the help and strength of our community that we will overcome the spread of coronavirus. Remember to stay safe and healthy through these tough times and always reach out for help when needed.
We will continue to update post this as we get more information.