Reviews on American food in Blytheville, Arkansas, United States. Blytheville is the largest city in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United States. Blytheville is approximately 60 miles north of West Memphis. The population was 18,272 at the 2000 census.
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Home cooked breakfast and Lunch.
Not fancy food, but tasty, not over salted. Service was good, all the staff was friendly and prices were very reasonable. Not our first trip, so it's good enough for return trip
While traveling through Arkansas we had occasion to stop at the Popeyeâs in Blytheville. We could not have been more graciously received or served. My wife, who is handicapped via her walking, was helped by some of the staff with bathrooms which I appreciated a lot. The food purchased was good and hot. I will remember that the next time Iâm in the area.
3 based on 54 reviews
good place for lunch and dinner in the city. Reasonable prices and tasty food. Good choices in the menu.
We stumbled across Katfish Kastle on a recent trip to Blytheville and WOW, Iâm glad we did. It is a little off the main drag but definitely worth it. We arrived about 30 minutes before the posted closing time but the parking lot was still pretty full (always a good sign). Located in an old Pizza Hut, the owners have overhauled it and redecorated with shiplap & hunting & fishing decor that is perfect for the setting. The waitress was extremely friendly! The menu is small, fish, shrimp, hot wings & some appetizers so if you are dieting this is not where you want to go! Our food came out hot and fresh. The fish was AMAZING. It was like someoneâs grandma had fried it up and the hush puppies were not only huge but great with just the right amount of kick! If you are a catfish fan do not pass up the chance to check this place out!
4 based on 30 reviews
We were a little disappointed in the food: the barbeque tasted baked, not smoked. The baked beans were, for lack of a better word, uneatable; not sure what the problem was. We have tried for months to catch them open, so will wait a year before trying again. We used to really like this place.
4 based on 76 reviews
in the Holiday Inn Blytheville, AR
The Bistro is more like a sports bar than a fine dining establishment. Both our meals were acceptably good and service, though slow, was attentive and friendly One highly negative factor almost had me dropping the rating. The beverage list gives the prices for wines, and they are reasonable for a mid-range restaurant. But the cocktail list and the beer list do not give prices. When we got the bill for dinner, we saw why. The cocktails were higher in price than at many fine dining establishments, The ambiance in this restaurant combined cafeteria and neighborhood bar. While we might dine there again next time we stay in Blytheville, we'll certainly look first for other options.
3 based on 167 reviews
Visited on a Sunday morning around 10:00 a.m. The restaurant was packed- really overflowing. My wife and I both ordered breakfast. My pancakes were delicious, really good! The menu had SO many choices, and we got exactly what was ordered. The wait staff does not get along well with each other, and it affected the service. We heard different ones sniping at each other three separate times, and they weren't really eager to help one another. My waitress was very pleasant to us, but each of the wait staff was overwhelmed and short-tempered with one another.One waitress, not ours, brought us coffee in a pot as a "favor" to our waitress, but we had to wait over ten minutes before someone came by so we could remind them to bring us cups. Once the food finally arrived, it was hot and delicious. Everything was good, and the pancakes and Eggs Benedict were each memorable.This restaurant would have gotten a rating of Four if the service was faster and better, but the level of staff hostility was almost uncomfortable. However, the quality of the meal will cause my return.
4 based on 64 reviews
This place is well off the beaten path, unless you can make a tricky turn from the interstate onto a frontage road.My wife and I ordered the house special, the pig sandwich. The meat was very tender, not much flavor though. The homemade barbecue sauce, a vinegar based sauce, was terrific though. It really made the sandwich come to life.The menu is very well stocked. The sweet tea is excellent - as you would expect in the south. We plan to stop there again and have the barbecue ham.Last but not least: ask for Carrie. She's a terrific waitress and very nice to talk to.
4 based on 116 reviews
The name and appearance made me think Greek, but I think the baklava was the only Greek thing on the menu. So no Greek, but the food still didn't disappoint. Excellent choice of steaks plus seafood entrees...we had one from each category and were very pleased. Steak done exactly as requested. Friendly server.
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