We’ve long said that the only way to make Arnold’s Country Kitchen any better was to offer more hours to eat there. After years of promises, Kahlil Arnold finally added weekend hours and introduced a special “Arnold’s After Dark’’ dinner service. Free of the regular rotating midday menu, Arnold has reveled in experimenting with new dishes like smoked brisket and pork, tacos and even french fries for the first time in the iconic meat-and-three’s existence. Add in a full bar, and it’s the place to be for dinner Wednesday through Saturday.

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