North Little Rock is a city in Pulaski County, Arkansas, United States, across the Arkansas River from Little Rock in the central part of the state. The population was 62,304 at the 2010 census. North Little Rock, along with Little Rock and Conway, anchors the six-county Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area (2014 population 729,135), which is further included in the Little Rock-North Little Rock Combined Statistical Area with 902,443 residents.
Things to do in North Little Rock
4.5 based on 304 reviews
Whole Hog Cafe North Little Rock features excellent pork, beef and chicken barbecue and pecan wood smoked ribs that you will love! Don't be surprised to see owner Rich Cosgrove making the rounds in the dining room making sure your dining experience is exactly what you wanted. Come let us serve you and don't forget to try the potato salad. Come see us!
My husband & I have been eating at this location of Whole Hog since it first opened. We love it & can't say enough good things about it. I've had I guess everything on the menu through the years & can't really think of anything...MoreWell, all I can say is WOW! Can't thank you enough for the incredible review. Please let me know who this is when you come in next time. You made my day!
5 based on 194 reviews
Kemuri is the most creative restaurant to hit the Little Rock scene in decades! Kemuri is not just a sushi lover's paradise, but a full scale restaurant serving some of the most exciting and delicious dishes that Arkansas has ever seen and at a level you would expect to find in New York, Tokyo, and LA. It has some of the freshest and tastiest seafood and smoked meats you will find anywhere. Located at the top of Hillcrest, Kemuri specializes in providing guests the ultimate dining experience. From tantalizing ingredients, to our unique grilling methods and sauces, we are able to give guests a full spectrum of flavors that allow them to have a selection of unconventional recipes. At the heart of the kitchen is Chef Greg Wallis, the master crafter behind our dishes. Also featured is the extraordinary sushi creations of Chef Alex from our sister restaurant, Ocean's, in West Little Rock. With years of experience and talents of our chefs, ranging from all areas of culinary arts, Kemuri is taking the dining experience in the Little Rock area to a new and unexplored level. The ambiance and flavor of the restaurant measures up to its exclusive and highly regarded dishes. But do not take our word for it, come and try for yourself. We look forward to serving you.
Each time we go to Japanese restaurant we have a ‘standard’ order of sashimi and rolls. At Kemuri our waiter Rachel spent time to explain the menu items, and we ordered several new to us appetizers. We were happy with our selection, quality of food, and wonderful presentation. We enjoyed every course, and definitely would recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
The ice cream at Kilwins is really good.
Both the Coconut and Chocolate Chip (?"Arkansas Swirl") were excellent.
I rated 4 stars instead of 5 stars because of the exorbitant ~$9 charge for 2 cups of ice cream and disinterested servers.
New York City prices and attitudes.
I'll return once I save some money.
4.5 based on 598 reviews
We welcome you... Again! We're serious about quality dining, but in a relaxed atmosphere. We've won a lot of awards for best overall restaurant, best views, best servers, but we'll never rest on our laurels. The best compliment you can pay us is to come back, and bring your friends! You can count on us to use the freshest and highest quality ingredients - always. We may occasionally improvise, or even run out of an item, but we will never offer you less than the best. Freshness also offers some flexibility to accommodate special health needs (check out the number of gluten-free items!), And we will do so to the best of our abilities.
Consistently at the top of the Little Rock dining scene. Tonight our group had avocado shrimp appetizers, the special, seared scallops and pecan encrusted trout— not a miss in the bunch. Extensive wine menu, great lunch spot as well. Chef Brave himself is always making the rounds. Yes it feels like a weird location when you are parking but once inside it all feels right. The main dining room or patio for ambience — overflow dining needs some decor or better lighting or something. Not up to other standards. If I had booked for romantic dinner I’d have been disappointed .
4.5 based on 287 reviews
Though the name David’s Burgers may be a fairly new name to you, it’s actually rooted in a deep family history of restauranteurs, tradition and craftsmanship. David Alan Bubbus created David’s Burgers as a tribute to his father, David Bubbus Sr., who had become a master butcher at the age of sixteen. Mr. Bubbus Sr. grew up in Central Arkansas and began his career in the meat industry at the age of five working for Johnny Jacobs Meat Market in North Little Rock. He managed his first restaurant, the JaMar in Pine Bluff, at the age of nineteen in 1963 and opened his own restaurant, El Matador, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas in1967. For over half a century, Mr. Bubbus Sr. has been instrumental in developing numerous restaurants, restaurant chains and even franchises (such as Chicken Country) throughout Arkansas while bringing his knowledge, passion and insistence of quality to the plates of millions of patrons. David Bubbus Sr. is the Butcher Boy.David’s Burgers is founded on the knowledge and principles of David Bubbus Sr. along with the traditions and craftsmanship found in master butcher shops. The black and white pictures you see on the walls are our family pictures. They’re our way of welcoming you into our home and we hope they will take you back to a time when things were simple and straightforward, which is what we’re all about. We are the only hamburger restaurant with beef that is handcut from US Choice Chuck and ground for that days use. You can see our US Choice Chuck displayed proudly in a nostalgic butcher case at our entrance. We never include trimmings, fillers or other inferior beef by-products. The foundation of our traditional hamburger is simply incredible beef with the highest standard of quality control. Our fries are hand cut potatoes made fresh throughout the day. There’s an amazing amount of passion and detail that goes into our food. It’s our hope that you have an extraordinary experience with excellent service and we sincerely thank you for being our guest!
The atmosphere here is unique but there's nothing special about the burgers. The fries are actually pretty good though. It's pretty overpriced too. You can get a better burger pretty much anywhere that isn't mcdonalds, burger King, etc.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
We go here when we want a great steak. The filet's are wonderful. The salad bar is the best! What a selection. We miss our favorite server "Robin" but found Steve to be very efficient and friendly as well. We've never had a bad experience or a bad meal there.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
At American Pie Pizza, we only use fresh ingredients to make our famous Thin Crust Pizzas. We also have fresh Salads, Pasta, Wings, Appetizers and Desserts. There is something sure to please every member of the family at American Pie Pizza. Speaking of families, we our family owned and operated and cater to any family, small or large. We serve Ice Cold beer, including some top notch craft beers We also have some really good wine selections available. Come in, check us out. We're sure you will leave happy and full.
My family recently purchased American Pie Pizza for takeout. We ordered small salads with Ranch Dressing. The Ranch Dressing was good but the salads have only lettuce and cheese and the lettuce was not fresh tasting. We also ordered a Mozzarella Cheese Pizza and the Hog Wild Pizza. The most unique thing about these pizza's are the they are thin crust with a unique flavor. The toppings themselves were not impressive. The pizza was alright but nothing really great about it. We also ordered the chocolate chip pizza with peanut butter. Again, the dessert is o.k. but nothing really impressive about it.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
Ristorante cápeo offers simple italian dishes made with the freshest ingredients prepared in an open kitchen. Chef eric isaac trained in various regions throughout Italy cultivating a passion for their food and wines. Our staff, menu & wine list endeavor to share a taste of this passion and presentation.
The menu is diverse and well executed. Everything on it is wonderful, but the lasagna is especially good, and it is somewhat unique. The wine selection is quite good but not unreasonably priced; other local restaurants charge more for the same bottle. The place is usually sold out so make a reservation.
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Excellent menu (see pic). Long lines so get here early. Definitely worth the wait. Fantastic prep and service. Interesting menu choices featuring local favs.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
We had a nice dinner here. Table side guacamole was good but no better than what we have had elsewhere. Chicken fajitas were very good. Portions were large. Food prices were reasonable. The premium margaritas we had were tasty but didn’t seem to have much alcohol, so pricey for the quality. Our server was fantastic. She made the experience wonderful. Wish I remembered her name. We had a great conversation with her.
Would definitely eat here again if we were in the area.
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