Bella Vista is a city in Benton County, Arkansas. First established in 1917 as a summer resort destination, Bella Vista has evolved and redesigned itself over the succeeding years. Bella Vista became a retirement community in 1965, and, after much contention and a 2006 vote of its property owners, became an incorporated city. Following its official incorporation on January 1, 2007, the new city government took over the police department, fire department, streets, trash removal and other city functions, while the Property Owners Association (POA) retained control of the many amenities available to homeowners and their guests. Amenities include numerous parks, clubhouses with workout areas, swimming pools, seven golf courses, seven lakes with fishing and boat docks, a marina, swimming beach, putt putt golf courses and tennis courts, and extensive hiking and biking trails throughout its beautiful Ozark hills.
Things to do in Bella Vista
4.5 based on 448 reviews
Artfully delicious sweet and savory crepes in two locations in Bentonville! Visit our website, FB, or insta for more details...
I love this place. You can either eat at the food truck near the Bentonville Square or the permanent location on eighth and Main. Their food is consistently good the crepes are made fresh from buckwheat and filled with whatever is you prefer. I like the spinach egg and feta. They are consistently delicious. That’s why there’s always a line. Worth the wait.
4 based on 29 reviews
We like this DQ. It is well run and a fun place to go. Good hamburgers and great treats. If you are coming through BV this is an easy and quick place to stop. The dining room has a nice feel. Always lots of people coming and going.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Early dinner on Saturday, it was all ready crowded by 5:30. Took a bit to get a server and I think it was his first night. The margarita was big and very good. When the food arrived one plate was totally wrong. It took awhile for the correct replacement to get there. Gave me a chance to finish that margarita! Food was decent but nothing special.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We have passed this restaurant a number of times. Never thought to stop in. It doesn't look like anything special. But we read a few reviews and most were very good. And they were right. The food is very good. Healthy portions and reasonably priced. Since this was our first visit, we were given 2 free ribs. The meat fell off the bone and was expertly seasoned.
It's small on the inside, there are a few tables outside, and a drive up. If you want some good bbq, give Bubba's a try.
4.5 based on 185 reviews
We generally buy the pizza and bring it back to the house, but they have ample seating if you want to eat in. Friendly service, but call ahead if you are impatient! Especially call in your order it it's on a weekend, they get busy!
The pizza is worth the wait. We usually get one traditional crust and one deep dish. All of it's good!
4.5 based on 615 reviews
Overall a very good experience. Service was good especially considering the place was full for the dinner service. Everybody really enjoyed their meals. Good wine selection, less so with the beers. I was not impressed with the bread or the pizza crust, but that is simply my personal preference.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Had family reunion at Bella Vista, and contacted Mario at El Pueblito to cater our event. The food was wonderful! We selected to do beef & chicken fajitas. The food arrived right on scheduled time and piping hot! I would highly recommend using this Restaurant to cater your event! Thank you Mario!
4.5 based on 817 reviews
Table Mesa on the Bentonville square has become one of our all-time favorite places for dinner. No matter what you order, you won’t be disappointed with any menu item, the service is amazing and the atmosphere is very comfortable. My personal favorite is the salmon. Don’t let the menu prices scare you, the total experience is well worth it; you can even enjoy a walk around the beautiful downtown area afterwards.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
Loved the shrimp salad special. Large shrimp topped plated salad full of fresh vegs , ham, and cheese Order at the counter and then lunch delivered to our table. We sat inside but had lovely view. Next visit, and it can't be soon enough, we'll sit outside. My new favorite casual restaurant. Highly recommendes.
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Named as #3 on the Golf Channel (March of '14)for places to eat while on a golf tour, are located is a strip mall about 3 miles West of Town Center. We open at 6:00 a.M. And close at 3:00 p.M.; Breakfast is served until 11:00 except on Saturday when we serve until 12:00. Our biscuits and sausage gravy and quiche are available all day. An example of one of our popular breakfasts (besides the eggs-toast-hashbrowns-meat) is the biscuit opened up loaded with scrambled egg, sausage gravy and shredded cheddar. At lunchtime, we are known for our hamburgers (with the best fries around), patty melts, Reubens, and our new chicken avacado sandwich. Our bakers are busy baking a variety of cookies, muffins, danishes, and cinnamon rolls and on most Saturdays we have addicting stickybuns. Our carrot cake or bread pudding (with a sauce made from an old family recipe) are popular desserts. While we do not take reservations, we seat larger groups if we are notified in advance. This is a place out-of-towners seem to repeatedly visit. There are no strangers at Duffer's Cafe.
Good breakfast choices. Fresh breads and breakfast pastries also. Can buy Bella Vista blend bags of coffee here. Lunch is good as well! Good burgers. Closes early afternoon, not open for dinner. Good location for large groups. Saturdays they have cinnamon rolls available as well. Is a small outdoor seating area you can use as well. Nice on a Saturday morning.
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