Montego Cafe is open at 315 Main St., Little Rock, in the space formerly occupied by Porter's Jazz Cafe.
The restaurant, owned by Brad McCray, is serving a Caribbean and Jamaican menu including jerk chicken and curry shrimp along with salads, sandwiches and burgers.
Hours are 11 a.m. Monday-Friday until closing and 4 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday.
Montego will host live musicians, including reggae artists and steel drum bands. The style will fuse “House of Blues and Margaritaville,” says owner Brad McCray of Little Rock.
The restaurant’s decor will include painting on burlap by Pine Bluff artist Ariston Jacks. The 10,250-SF building will seat about 70 on its street-level floor and offer additional overflow seating downstairs.
“We’re really looking to bring something that’s really unique to the area,” he said.
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