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PigWig

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17250 on: November 20, 2015, 03:31:04 pm »

Fried Goodness:
Catfish Hole
Sassy's
Frickin Chicken

Burgers:
Hugo's
Deluxe

Classier Side of Things:
Mermaids
Bordinos

Sports Bars:
Foghorns
Grubs

Sassy's is technically BBQ, but I put it where I did because the chicken fried steak is the best thing on the menu.
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itshogsbaby

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17251 on: November 20, 2015, 03:36:26 pm »

Sports Bars:
Foghorns
Grubs


Add Farrell's Lounge to that list too.  They have really good food.  Impressed with what Tim has done with that bar!
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PigWig

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17252 on: November 20, 2015, 03:38:50 pm »

Add Farrell's Lounge to that list too.  They have really good food.  Impressed with what Tim has done with that bar!
Yeah, Farrell's is pretty good too.  I would say it is more under the lounge/bar category than a true sports bar, but they definitely have good burgers, wings, and lots of TVs.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17253 on: November 20, 2015, 03:54:09 pm »

Briar's Rose is a must for breakfast. They have the best home made cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing and biscuits with chocolate gravy. Also, they have really good sandwiches if you go during lunch. You will not be disappointed.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17254 on: November 20, 2015, 04:01:20 pm »

We used to go there sometimes but they quit letting you bring your own wine……………..haven't been back since. I don't mind paying a reasonable corkage fee either. They said no. Venetian Inn always has let you.
Venetian Inn has good food too, just not as good as Mama Z's.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17255 on: November 20, 2015, 04:02:48 pm »

Thanks guys, I appreciate all of the input.  My father and I are taking my son (8 years old) to his first Razorback game this weekend.  We will have 3 generations calling the Hogs!
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Mr. Porkleone

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17256 on: November 20, 2015, 04:06:08 pm »

Stay away from Neil's diner in Springdale. Nasty

Village inn on college has great breakfast.
Deluxe burger is awesome
Hermans and Mermaid are awesome.
Foghorns great sports bar off college
Sassey's is awesome. Worth the wait
Catfish hole


Sorry pal, your impressed by the worst places.

If you want good breakfast go to Springdale.

Susan's
Sunset Café
Neil's
Wagon Wheel Café

All are a good breakfast for the money.

Pizza? Tim's or Guido's.

Mexican? Again head to Springdale. Try Las Palmas.

Steak? Does on Dickson.

Italian? Mama Z's in Tontitown or Mary Maestri's in Springdale (on 412 east)




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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17257 on: November 20, 2015, 04:09:00 pm »



Italian? Mama Z's in Tontitown or Mary Maestri's in Springdale (on 412 east)


When I lived in Fayettville I loved Mama Z's but last time I was in town I ate there and it just wasn't close to being as good.  Still way better than a lot of Italian places though.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17258 on: November 20, 2015, 04:16:11 pm »

Pizza- marleys deep dish on dickson

Fine dining- vetro is the best in town
Doe's is great for giant steaks
Hermans went down hill
Catfish hole is classic

Greenhouse grill and farmers table are both great seasonal locally sourced food

Rolling pin is best breakfast atmosphere

Meiji for sushi
The new chinese and ramen place on dickson where 36 club used to be is supposed to be really good.

Emelia's brunch on dickson is great

I heard locals 479 is amazing too
And good place to catch games
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17259 on: November 20, 2015, 04:25:27 pm »

Thanks guys, I appreciate all of the input.  My father and I are taking my son (8 years old) to his first Razorback game this weekend.  We will have 3 generations calling the Hogs!

NICE! Three generations of men. Sounds like the burger recommendations are in order (pardon the pun).
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17260 on: November 20, 2015, 04:28:07 pm »

Stay away from Neil's diner in Springdale. Nasty

Village inn on college has great breakfast.
Deluxe burger is awesome
Hermans and Mermaid are awesome.
Foghorns great sports bar off college
Sassey's is awesome. Worth the wait
Catfish hole


Sorry pal, your impressed by the worst places.


Well, you are entitled to your opinion. Even if it is grossly incorrect. Pal.

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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17261 on: November 20, 2015, 04:31:26 pm »

Well, you are entitled to your opinion. Even if it is grossly incorrect. Pal.



I'll vehemently disagree with that Village Inn part.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17262 on: November 20, 2015, 04:41:01 pm »

Thanks guys, I appreciate all of the input.  My father and I are taking my son (8 years old) to his first Razorback game this weekend.  We will have 3 generations calling the Hogs!

I'm always amazed when these lists do not include www.aqchickenhouse.com .  I know the locals say "it isn't what it used to be", but I've been going there off and on for 30 years and it's still very good IMO.  I don't always go - get up there less and less these days, so rotate - but I've never been disappointed.

Springdale or Fayetteville, I love 'em both!



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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17263 on: November 20, 2015, 04:50:36 pm »

I'm always amazed when these lists do not include www.aqchickenhouse.com .  I know the locals say "it isn't what it used to be", but I've been going there off and on for 30 years and it's still very good IMO.  I don't always go - get up there less and less these days, so rotate - but I've never been disappointed.

Springdale or Fayetteville, I love 'em both!

Our son worked at the one in Fayetteville while in high school. Unless it's changed I'm not sure I'd try it again.
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ricepig

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17264 on: November 20, 2015, 04:58:34 pm »

I'll vehemently disagree with that Village Inn part.

I thought you might strenuously object to it.......
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17265 on: November 20, 2015, 05:28:56 pm »

Dickson/off Dickson:
Rolandos $$
Theos $$$
Hugos $
Bordinos $$$

Pesto Cafe on College
Mermaids on College
Sassy and Penquin Eds for barbq

There are some more places around the square.

Haven't tried it but I've heard Farmers Table is good.

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pigasaurus

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17266 on: November 20, 2015, 05:41:28 pm »

I'm always amazed when these lists do not include www.aqchickenhouse.com .  I know the locals say "it isn't what it used to be", but I've been going there off and on for 30 years and it's still very good IMO.  I don't always go - get up there less and less these days, so rotate - but I've never been disappointed.

Springdale or Fayetteville, I love 'em both!





Best food I had in Springdale was there.  Hands down.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17267 on: November 20, 2015, 05:44:00 pm »

We went with Sassy's Red House - good brisket!
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17268 on: November 20, 2015, 05:56:16 pm »

Feltner Brothers on College.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17269 on: November 20, 2015, 06:02:13 pm »

Bottoms Up on Poplar. Late night buffet.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17270 on: November 20, 2015, 06:03:40 pm »

I thought you might strenuously object to it.......

I sent them a real nice worded professional email about an issue with the one in Bentonville after a game one time. I'll NEVER eat at any of their locations. I'll go hungry first. I can only go my my prior experiences. That being said I'm not a real big fan of chain breakfast places like them or IHOP, Dennys, Etc. The only half away good one in my opinion is Cracker Barrel and of course that depends on the location like any chain.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17271 on: November 20, 2015, 06:11:48 pm »

Herman's
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17272 on: November 20, 2015, 06:14:02 pm »

Feltner Brothers on College.

Tried Feltners once and never went back.  Nothing really impressed me about it.  Guess I'm more of greasy cheeseburger type of guy and it was too.....neat?  Frozen french fries. 

One burger place I did like was Smitty's Garage.  Big, greasy burgers with about 25 ways to get them.  They also had some real fries they spiced up with grilled onions and jalapenos.  Been back a couple times.
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Mr. Porkleone

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17273 on: November 20, 2015, 06:43:58 pm »

Well, you are entitled to your opinion. Even if it is grossly incorrect. Pal.



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Didn't mean to be rude. I apologize.

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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17274 on: November 20, 2015, 07:20:09 pm »

Little Bread Company on Block is great for breakfast and lunch.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17275 on: November 20, 2015, 08:43:12 pm »

Stay away from Neil's diner in Springdale. Nasty

Village inn on college has great breakfast.
Deluxe burger is awesome
Hermans and Mermaid are awesome.
Foghorns great sports bar off college
Sassey's is awesome. Worth the wait
Catfish hole


Sorry pal, your impressed by the worst places.


Stay away from Neil's? No way. Eat there regularly & never had a bad meal. Got food poisoning at Sassy's last year. If the ribs are lukewarm...beware!
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17276 on: November 20, 2015, 09:36:14 pm »

Bottoms Up on Poplar. Late night buffet.

Crabs are 1/2 off after midnight. Best deal in town
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17277 on: November 20, 2015, 09:41:56 pm »

Nothin gets hogvillans goin like a food thread. Surprised the best LR breakfast buffet thread hasn't made an appearance the past few weeks.

That one always kills me. As a proud son of The Rock I can tell you, there is no such thing.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17278 on: November 20, 2015, 09:47:23 pm »

Just graduated from the U of A.
Hermans has the best steak and ribs in town, real laid back experience. If you're looking for a more fancy place, try Bordinos or Theo's.

You are wasting your time with any other place for such a short visit. PLEASE don't try Hoghaus it's where all the noobs eat-- nothing special at all.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17279 on: November 20, 2015, 09:48:17 pm »

Feltner Brothers on College.

LOL at this comment
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trippigs

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17280 on: November 20, 2015, 10:09:36 pm »

Herman's

Don't get the love for Hermans. Been going there since the 70's and never had anything special. Boiled ribs with sauce just doesn't qualify. Now I do like the comfort level but the food is meh
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17281 on: November 20, 2015, 10:13:49 pm »

They have the best breakfast burrito I've tried anywhere.
Try the breakfast burritos at manny's in port isabel if you ever get down there.
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ricepig

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17282 on: November 20, 2015, 10:18:35 pm »

Don't get the love for Hermans. Been going there since the 70's and never had anything special. Boiled ribs with sauce just doesn't qualify. Now I do like the comfort level but the food is meh

Nah, been going since the 70's myself, can't remember a bad meal.......could have been the Michelob, that caused me not to remember.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17283 on: November 20, 2015, 10:28:59 pm »

Nah, been going since the 70's myself, can't remember a bad meal.......could have been the Michelob, that caused me not to remember.

More likely the Schlitz!
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ricepig

Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17284 on: November 20, 2015, 10:41:23 pm »

More likely the Schlitz!

Nah, it was Michelob. Herman told us one night he could hear us cussing while he was at the grill, told us to keep it down and would we like another round. Those were the good times, for sure.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17285 on: November 20, 2015, 11:18:51 pm »

If you want good breakfast go to Springdale.

Houston Nutt used to swear by the room service breakfast at the Springdale Holiday Inn.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17286 on: November 20, 2015, 11:21:43 pm »

Nothin gets hogvillans goin like a food thread. Surprised the best LR breakfast buffet thread hasn't made an appearance the past few weeks.

I am still searching for the name of that little rock breakfast buffet.  I am not through with that.  That's my pledge to hogville. 

You're right about everybody joining in on a food thread.  Even those who don't know nothing about football (90% of you fall into that category) even our most feeble minded members can add their two cents about a restaurant or two.  Same old places mentioned every time.  I do like it when someone throws in a mention of a bubba's barbecue (not sure about the 35 minute drive).  I guess I've seen a hundred food threads this year alone.  I'm about the only guy who mentions buddy's and they have the best catfish and barbecue around along with drink specials and razorback memorabilia galore and sarge herself will whomp up just about anything if you ask her.  You're liable to see everyone in there from politicians to former Razorbacks to disgraced large family local reality show stars to local hobos.

I'm probably going there before the game next Friday in fact. 
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17287 on: November 21, 2015, 12:04:33 am »

Bottoms Up on Poplar. Late night buffet.

Saw a pregnant one there back in school and had to leave.  Lol.  But yes, food is top notch.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17288 on: November 21, 2015, 12:47:52 am »

Thanks guys, I appreciate all of the input.  My father and I are taking my son (8 years old) to his first Razorback game this weekend.  We will have 3 generations calling the Hogs!

I agree with others on the Deluxe burger. Hard to beat.

But, taking your son to his 1st Razorback game? I'd have to say Village Inn.  At this point it's almost a rite of passage? (or at least it has been in my family).

And, if you're traveling from Central/South Arkansas, I'd have to add: a stop at Feltner's is also a requirement, on the return trip home.

Edit:  this thread reminded me of one of my 1st trips to a Fayetteville game... Me, my Dad, his Kappa Sig brother from the 60's, and his son (my age, we were also buddies).

We went up to The Hill in the mid 80's, for a day game with A&M.  I can't recall the what year it was, I'm thinking maybe '84 or '86.  We beat A&M that day (Go Hogs), and on the trip home we stopped at Feltner's for dinner.

Midway through that damn good cheeseburger, fries, & enjoying my chocolate shake, I said: "Guys, we really should do this more often!"

My Dad's Frat Brother simply responded:  "What... win?"

I didn't realize until decades later what he was really talking about. He was trying to prepare me for the inevitable heartbreak that sometimes comes with being a Hogs Fan. (In fairness, they were up there for the '64 season, so...)

I still wouldn't trade the Hogs for any other team out there. 

Can someone tell this bartender that I need to be cut off?
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17289 on: November 21, 2015, 01:49:44 am »

Sassy's is good!

Sassy's has atmosphere when it's nice enough to sit out on the deck.  That's about it.  The food is OK.
I work within walking distance of Sassy's.  We order out every Friday night.  The only time anyone from work want's Sassy's is if someplace close is important.  Otherwise there is better food at a lot of places.  They do have a decent burger, but wouldn't even think of going there just for the BBQ.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17290 on: November 21, 2015, 01:53:38 am »

LOL at this comment

I like Feltners for lunch on a nice day with my wife.  We sit outside and talk for an hour.  The onion rings are good and I never leave wishing I'd gone somewhere else.  There are better burgers in town, but I enjoy the time sitting outside having a meaningful conversation as opposed to feeling greasy in a dimly lit noisy environment.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17291 on: November 21, 2015, 03:47:44 am »

I'll say this when it comes to food, everything is subjective.  If we all liked the same tastes we wouldn't have so many choices.  I don't eat out that much because I prefer home cooking, good cooking.  I'm picky about what I eat.  Lots of things out there are bad for you and the environment.  I don't eat farm raised fish or seafood.  Just the thought of eating some shrimp or tilapia from half way around the world that eats human feces just doesn't get me too excited.  I've eaten in some very fancy places and some scary dumps all over the world.  I like to eat what tastes good to me.

Here are my choices for Fayetteville:
Italian:  Pesto Café or Noodles.  If you like marinara, go to Pesto.  If you like cream sauce, go to Noodles.
Mexican:  El Camino Real for San Diego style Mexican.  Try the Brocheta.  Otherwise, I prefer Gabby's in
 Farmington or Prairie Grove for quality and price over any other Mexican place in Fayetteville.
Steak:  Does
Seafood:  Powerhouse.  They have a large enough menu to please just about anyone.  Kilowatts, yum
BBQ:  PE or Whole Hog, although I prefer the ribs or brisket that come out of my own smoker.  Sometimes I
  don't feel like 2 days of work, so eating out is OK.
Burgers:  Again, prefer my own and would prefer a huge buffalo burger medium rare if you could get it here,
  other wise it's a pick'em.  The atmosphere is probably more important than the actual burger.  Just please
  don't spend 45 minutes in the drive through at Whataburger for a super sized sonic burger.

Lot's of other good places in town.  I've eaten at most and there are very few I won't go back to.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17292 on: November 21, 2015, 05:10:07 am »

Nothin gets hogvillans goin like a food thread. Surprised the best LR breakfast buffet thread hasn't made an appearance the past few weeks.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17293 on: November 21, 2015, 06:46:06 am »

Doe's is great if you like steaks that cost...one million dollars

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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17294 on: November 21, 2015, 06:50:39 am »

Doe's is great if you like steaks that cost...one million dollars



Why, last game I was able to feed a family of 4 for under $200, good thing women's don't eat much.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17295 on: November 21, 2015, 06:56:09 am »

Why, last game I was able to feed a family of 4 for under $200, good thing women's don't eat much.

ricer, you're saying "under $200" is a good thing. I get that. I've already pegged you as a rich guy in another thread anyway. I think it was one of my polls.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17296 on: November 21, 2015, 07:24:33 am »

I'll say this when it comes to food, everything is subjective.  If we all liked the same tastes we wouldn't have so many choices.  I don't eat out that much because I prefer home cooking, good cooking.  I'm picky about what I eat.  Lots of things out there are bad for you and the environment.  I don't eat farm raised fish or seafood.  Just the thought of eating some shrimp or tilapia from half way around the world that eats human feces just doesn't get me too excited.  I've eaten in some very fancy places and some scary dumps all over the world.  I like to eat what tastes good to me.

Here are my choices for Fayetteville:
Italian:  Pesto Café or Noodles.  If you like marinara, go to Pesto.  If you like cream sauce, go to Noodles.
Mexican:  El Camino Real for San Diego style Mexican.  Try the Brocheta.  Otherwise, I prefer Gabby's in
 Farmington or Prairie Grove for quality and price over any other Mexican place in Fayetteville.
Steak:  Does
Seafood:  Powerhouse.  They have a large enough menu to please just about anyone.  Kilowatts, yum
BBQ:  PE or Whole Hog, although I prefer the ribs or brisket that come out of my own smoker.  Sometimes I
  don't feel like 2 days of work, so eating out is OK.
Burgers:  Again, prefer my own and would prefer a huge buffalo burger medium rare if you could get it here,
  other wise it's a pick'em.  The atmosphere is probably more important than the actual burger.  Just please
  don't spend 45 minutes in the drive through at Whataburger for a super sized sonic burger.

Lot's of other good places in town.  I've eaten at most and there are very few I won't go back to.

Ironic you mention not wanting farm raised fish or seafood YET you mention BEEF and several places where that is the main thing on the menu!
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
« Reply #17297 on: November 21, 2015, 08:18:52 am »

I know it has been discussed ad nauseam, but I can't find where it is on the board.  If someone knows where please direct me.  Otherwise, where are your go to spots?
Fayetteville and Springdale areas really low keyed on great restaurants. Stick with known chains probably the best. Doe's is great, but out the roof prices.
  I would say Olive Garden for Italian, Breakfast without a doubt would be Susan's in Springdale. Still maybe, just grab a known quality restaurant is best. ED's bar-b-que gone way down hill and dirty eating environment.

   Really if it wasn't so cold , you can't beat tailgating, but if you have came a great distance maybe not.
But we live here and eat out fairly often and prices are really up, even at a McDonalds. There is just not many good places to eat and sometimes just a simple meal is the best purchase, Like chicken sandwich or a hot dog from Sam's club.
  We've started eating at home more, because by the time you buy lunch or dinner for two and tip 20-25 percent these days, its just not worth it.
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Re: Where to eat in Fayetteville?
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 No reason to go to Does, Hermans, etc- any idiot with a nice steak and a fire can do better, cheaper.
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