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This casual bistro is one of the best in downtown Little Rock, with terrific, creative and affordable food and particularly friendly services. Dishes like Fettuccine Pescatore and Eggplant Parmesan keep dedicated customers returning to this authentic Italian restaurant. The chicken Marsala is excellent, as is the Scampi. Be sure and try some of the dessert Cannoli, which is a pastry stuffed with creme and chocolate chips.
This place has some of the best pizza in town. The pies are larger than most with toppings aplenty, especially on the Pizza D'Resistance. The menu also includes tasty appetizers (the mozzarella sticks are great), huge salads, sandwiches and plate lunches of pasta and other Italian dishes. The full bar features a selection of pitcher-beer choices that goes beyond the norm, making this a popular hangout for Little Rock's young alternative crowd, especially on weekend nights. Families flock there during the week to fill up for relatively little cash.
Located in a house in the heart of the historic Heights district, Owner Louis Petit makes this little cafe a favorite for area business professionals. If weather permits, ask to eat on the patio. Service throughout dinner is impeccable, as is the food. The pasta dishes are marvelous. From a crisp Chicken Parmesan to eggplant spaghetti, to angel hair pasta with cream sauce, it is all perfection. Order the Crème Brulee for dessert; it is the best in town.
This intimate restaurant offers a variety of freshly-prepared cuisine. With its upbeat, quaint and upscale atmosphere, Gaffitis invites those with discriminating tastes. The menu provides Italian traditionals, such as Spaghetti, Lasagna and Fettucini Alfredo. Or, try a deliciously different selection such as the Veal Asso Buco or Lemon Chicken in Boullion. Chocolate lovers must try the Chocolate Extreme for dessert, a truffle ball with almonds, rasberry sauce and whipped cream. A full wine list provides you with the perfect option to accompany your meal.