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I am thrilled you landed on my blog to review Arkansas Restaurants. 

Are you here looking for delicious family restaurants while visiting Arkansas?

I am here to show you where to eat and why we love these Arkansas restaurants.

This year will be our seventh year living in Arkansas.  We have our favorite places to eat.  

13 ARKANSAS Restaurant You Will Have To Try SoonTaco’s 4 Life

Tacos 4 Life in not just a restaurant.  Every Meal You Buy A Meal Gets Sent to Feed, a Hungry Child and the food is truly delicious.

Tacos 4 Life in Arkansas where every Meal you order they donate a meal to feed a hungry child. #Arkansas Restaurants Review

Tacos 4 Life in Arkansas where every Meal you order they donate a meal to feed a hungry child.

Big Orange

Best Gourmet Burgers Big Orange Little Rock, AR #what to eat Little Rock, AR #Arkansas #burgers #travels #Arkansas Restaurants Review

Mike’s PlaceMike's Place Cajun Restaurant Review Arkansas #AR #restaurant review #Arkansas #Arkansas Restaurants Review

Doe’s Eat Place

#Arkansas Restaurants Review Does Eat Place #restaurant review #Does Eat Place #what to eat Arkansas #Arkansas

Gus Fried Chicken

Gus’s Fried Chicken has a location in Nashville (Brentwood), TN, Collierville, TN, and now in Little Rock, AR.

They claim they have “Simply the Best Fried Chicken on the Planet”.  Gus’s Fried Chicken is originally from Memphis, TN.

Gus's fried chicken #Arkansas Restaurants Review

AQ Chicken House

Famous AQ Chicken Fayetteville, AR #Arkansas Restaurants Review


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  1. I was tickled to see Cotham’s was on your list. I haven’t been there since 1988 (Wow, I didn’t realize it had been that long!) but do remember good service, cool atmosphere, and burgers that were almost as big as the plates that they served them on.

    Eat on Ms. Diane! (My silly take on the phrase “right on”… )

    Love and blessings,

    • Cyndi,

      You made my day! Thank you for leaving me a comment at my travel blog Our American Travels. I loved the service and food at Cotham’s too. I sat there eating my burger while thinking about all the people over the 100 years that ate there. It is definitely filled with history.

      Do you live in Arkansas or were you just traveling?

      Thanks again for checking out If you need some easy delicious recipes, be sure to check out my recipes blog

      Diane Roark

      • Diane,

        I too, love being in ‘older’ places and imagining “who” and “how many people” have been in this same spot. This past October, I finished my 50 before 50 (50 states before age 50) and had a tough time keeping my hands to myself (as in not touching beams, floors, and doorways, etc of old places that we visited. The 2 states that I had been missing were RI and VT. Along the way, we stopped at Monticello (Charlottesville, VA), the NY Capitol (Albany), attended the sweetest 1870s Baptist church (Readsboro, VT), and ate at a pub in Providence, RI that is supposed to the be the second oldest building in town… I’ve joked with my husband that I now have to see all of US possessions (V.I., Guam, Samoan Islands, etc.) and/or start a new map of all of the states that I have seen at least twice! LOL Actually, I’d really love to revisit Germany and see the rest of Europe and whatever else I can!

        I’m in North Carolina these days but was traveling to see my step-mom when she lived in North Little Rock. She was quite the interesting lady. She and my dad had met when they were members in a national pilot’s flying club. Alas, she lost the battle to cancer about 20 years ago.

        Blessings to you and yours,

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