Find out what American restaurants to try in Bentonville. Bentonville is the ninth-largest city in Arkansas and the county seat of Benton County. The city is centrally located in the county with Rogers adjacent to the east. The city is the headquarters of Walmart, which is the world's largest retailer. It is one of the four main cities in the four-county Northwest Arkansas Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is ranked 109th in terms of population in the United States with 463,204 in 2010 according to the United States Census Bureau. The city itself had a population of 35,301 at the 2010 Census, with an estimated population of 47,093 in 2016.
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4 based on 306 reviews
Went with a group. We all waited over an hour to get our food. When it arrived, it was cold and missing ingredients. Worst lunch experience of all time.
4 based on 99 reviews
Went with business associates to enjoy the ribs and chicken salad. Both were good. The ribs had an interesting over-the-counter rub. They were tasty but the tips were dry and tough. The chicken salad was enjoyable.I loved the style of the restaurant. Old fashioned tables with plaid plastic table clothes and four kinds of BBQ sauce on the tables. Good service
4 based on 192 reviews
My daughter and I had dinner here recently and were surprised with the outstanding experience. Itâs just off the town square and located in a former Methodist church - if youâve not been here before you might think you have the wrong place. Upon entering it opens to a large room with the classic vaulted ceiling. My daughter is GF so when she heard âeverythingâ on the menu is GF (I understood the chef is Celiac) her jaw dropped. We started with the Kale and Cabbage salad and corn bread. Wow, the salad was very large (easily splittable), tender and very tasty. We ate every bit. The corn bread was stunningly good. It wasnât good GF corn bread, it was simply good. Do not let the GF menu fool you. You wonât even know it if you didnât ask. We then split the Halibut for our main and our server, David, brought out a lemon cream tart as a dessert. Overall, the atmosphere, food and service were excellent. The only thing to note is is can get a bit loud due to the acoustics of the structure, but there appear to be side rooms where itâs quieter. Overall, it was a nice dinner, and we would certainly go again.
4 based on 178 reviews
We are originally from the Chicago area. We've been searching for a decent thin crust crispy pizza. We found it. (I know you New Yorkers don't like crispy) This is a wood fired pizza. It was very very good. Nice neighborhood bar environment. But you can also eat outside.
4 based on 199 reviews
At the Buttered Biscuit you'll enjoy an honest breakfast made with high quality ingredients. Here you'll never have to choose between food that's good and food that's good for you. The Buttered Biscuit has a menu compatible for our guests with dietary pre
If you (like me) enjoy this resaurant, it is about to get better. Staff informed me today that owners are opening two additional locations -- and yes, parking will be addressed. But back to this visit at this location. Seven friends and I enjoyed Monday brunch. We waited to get the back room...worth the wait. We checked out the innovative fall menu, but stuck with our 'go tos' - avocado toast, yogurt parfait (touch of honey amazing), and shimp/grits/eggs. All winners. Two tips: the portion of the shrimp/grits was huge (consider splitting) and it was chilly (bring an extra layer).Hi Barb! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a wonderful review here on Trip Advisor. We are honored you and your friends chose to eat with us at The Buttered Biscuit! We couldn't do it without your support and are so excited to be expanding around Northwest Arkansas! I hope you will join us for breakfast again soon. You are so kind! Warmly, Anna Russell
4 based on 677 reviews
This was our first visit to The Hive. The atmosphere was so much fun, but the food was excellent. My husband had the cornmeal crusted catfish while I enjoyed the Greek salad. Both were delicious. Our server was very attentive and told us all about the restaurant and the green penguins. We will definitely be back.This is great to see especially since this was your first visit to The HIve. We are thrilled to see you enjoyed a delicious meal and that your server was so attentive. We absolutely hope you will be back and will look forward to your return!
4 based on 393 reviews
Just passing through and spotted this bright corner restaurant for lunch on the beautiful Bentonville Square. French Dip and Turkey pastrami sandwiches were delicious. There is a large bar serving coffee drinks and cocktails. Nice menu choice of sandwiches, salads and soup.
4 based on 666 reviews
Perfect addition to this wonderful museum!
On the home stretch back to Knoxville after 9 week road tripping and still testing our theory that museum restaurants tend to rise to the responsibility of fitting into an atmosphere of art and connoisseurship: âThe Elevenâ at Crystal Bridges did just that. I opened dinner with an unusual (for me) new beer, âFallen Queenâ by New Provence, which set me up for a well prepared flat iron steak. Kâs Sauvignon Blanc was perfect for the large seared scallops she ordered. Excellent service; ambianceâa well conceived, well curated museum (what more can be said?) but a bit noisy. Had a window view of one of the large ponds amongst the which museum is situated and shows off the superb architecture of Moshe Safdie as it integrates the several buildings with the water and surrounding Ozark woodland.
4 based on 226 reviews
Established in 1999. River Grille Steakhouse is one of the leading. Fine dining eating establishments that offers a range of dinner and lunch options. It features private and semiprivate dining rooms that CAN accommodate UP to 40 individuals. AS well AS h
Based on other reviews I had high expectations for River Grille. Unfortunately, the experience didnât quite live up. The food was fine, but certainly not to the level described by other reviewers. Iâve eaten at steakhouses in Chicago, New York, Kansas City; River Grille doesnât hold a candle to them. I ordered the 12 oz. ribeye. It was well-prepared, tender, juicy...but had no flavor. Similar story with our sides: good, but not great. Service was average. Not overly attentive given that, at one point my husband and I were the only diners in the restaurant. The entire experience, from the restaurantâs decor (Ansel Adams prints?) to the food preparation felt dated. Like the chef, owners opened their dream restaurant in the mid-1990s, but havenât really challenged themselves to update the menu or the dining experience since. Given the number of dining options close by, I probably wonât return to River Grille.i'm sorry to hear that everything was just ok when you visit us. I know what it is like when you are excited about going to a new place. i'm sorry we did not meet your expectations. I appreciate your honest review and will visit with my front and back of the house about your experience. We certainly want our steaks to be flavorful and perfectly seasoned along with our selections of sides. I believe the most important part of dining out is service, so certainly disappointed that our service was not up to par. I do wish that you will consider giving us another opportunity.Brenda
4 based on 584 reviews
Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie is located a block off âThe Squareâ in Downtown Bentonville and features an atmosphere casual enough to invite families with a menu sophisticated enough to wow the most traveled gourmet.
We approached the bar for late afternoon drinks and were met by a less than hospitable bartender who apparently was not interested in our business so we left.Hi Valerie. We apologize you had a bad experience at our restaurant. This is definitely not a level of service we find acceptable. We will make every effort to ensure this doesn't happen again. We will contact you privately about efforts to make up for your unsatisfactory experience and to earn your business back.
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