Fayetteville, Arkansas is respected now within Arkansas for its captivating restaurants. They will warm your hearts, satiate your stomachs with fresh buttermilk and rice and leave memories that will last longer than a trip to a Razorbacks game. Both native Arkansans and transplants from Dallas or Tulsa agree on one thing: this food revolution warrants greater inquiry.
This town literally isn’t a lunatic liberal domain like the rest of the South. But we grasp that for some newbies, this lingering impression may make this town look like a tough nut to track. Yet none of that noise really makes much of a difference to the chefs in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Necessarily, restaurant proprietors in Arkansas have long since figured out that the logical way to grow their client base is to think of it as marathon and not a sprint to be big time. You may be burying your face into noodles or fried fish or scarfing down dessert that’s cloyingly sweet and tastes like crack.
Fans may be provoked at first by how these smart chefs use strange herbs in steaks and potatoes. But it certainly all works out in the end. Honor Labor Day with your magnificent clan, magnificent drinks and a quality plate of local munchies.
We may be wrong or we may be right about these bistros and cafes. But it feels ever so good to be lost in chow fairyland. Feast like John Grisham and crew tonight.
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17 E Center St
Fayetteville, AR 72701