On your visit to Eureka Springs, there is no shortage of Eureka Springs restaurants to choose from. From breakfast to dinner and even snacks and drinks in between, there are plenty of options for every taste and budget. Check out this guide to a few of our favorite Eureka Springs restaurants.
If you’re looking to dine out for Sunday Brunch, be sure to visit Local Flavor Cafe. Located in downtown Eureka Springs on Main Street, Local Flavor Café is chef owned and operated by sixth generation native Britt Evans. Locals have been enjoying the menu offerings since 1991. Their brunch menu features classics like Eggs Benedict and French Toast to specialties like Quiche of the day and Gingerbread Waffles. They also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily opening at 11:00am and 9:00am on Sunday’s. Local Flavor has an extensive wine list and full bar for enjoying during happy hour or with your meal. Make a reservation for a seat on their outdoor patio and enjoy the Historic District of downtown while you dine.
Head to the highest point in the county and enjoy a meal at Sky Bar Gourmet Pizzeria. Located on the 4th floor of the Crescent Hotel, this eatery offers great views with indoor and outdoor seating and a menu of gourmet pizza and heros.
A great spot for lunch downtown is local favorite Mud Street Cafe. Besides their breakfast and lunch menus, the restaurant is known for their award winning coffee drinks, full bar and desserts. The location is also unique as it is located in a building from 1888 and features limestone walls and stained glass windows. Voted as “home of Eureka Springs Best Burger” stop by the Balcony Restaurant and Bar. Boasting views of the downtown area, their outdoor seating is perfect for grabbing lunch or enjoying an adult beverage. When dining on the weekends, live music is set up for your entertainment.
For fine dining in Eureka Springs, check out restaurants Gaskins Cabin Steakhouse. All three serve a full menu of steak and seafood options from their award winning in house chefs. Stop in for a special occasion or a romantic dinner out for two.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas is home to many unique bed and breakfasts. Arsenic and Old Lace is a Queen Anne Victorian style bed and breakfast set in the Ozark hills. Offering five guest suites, this B&B is ideal for a romantic getaway or weekend away with friends. The innkeepers serve a gourmet breakfast daily in the dining room for your convenience. Check out their website for availability and to make a reservation.
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