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Offering alternative music shows, the best brews and great food for little money, Vino's Pizza-Pub-Brewery is a popular spot for a variety of crowds. The restaurant features huge portions of pizza, sandwiches and salads at great prices. The Margarita pizza is incredibly cheesy and indulgent. This pub boasts 10 special brews, including Shamrock Stout and Quapaw Quarter Porter. The back room sees the most excitement, with nightly performances from alternative bands to poetry slams.
Odell's Uptown, at the base of the Metropolitan Bank Building, is quickly becoming one of Little Rock's favorite spots for great Southern food with a healthy attitude. They use only the freshest ingredients, many locally grown. They also cater events.
Nestled in the heart of the city, the Little Rock Club is one the most exclusive club and event venues. Offering banquet facilities for small and large scale events, the club also provides catering as well as decoration services. A private restaurant accessible to club members is available on-site. Serving lunches, dinners as well as weekly buffets, this American restaurant has an exclusive menu of delicacies like pan-seared salmon, Italian meatballs, seafood Gumbo etc. They also have happy hours on appetizers from 4.30p to 7.00p from Tuesday to Thursday every week. Membership information is available on their website.
This restaurant-cum-bar is one of the more popular Italian joints in town. Seating 77 people at a time, this eatery delights its patrons with delicacies from the kitchen of Chef Eric Isaac. Start off with the Veal and Vegetable Soup or the Tomato and Gorgonzola Soup. Try the fried fish or Mozarella Caprese. Grab a plate of the Fettuccini Alfredo or the Risotto. Munch on the Chicken Marsala or the Beef Tenderloin. Savor the Irish cream or the Tiramisu. Top it all off with one of the coffees or the Cảpeo House. You could bring your own drink for a corkage fee, but with such a wine list on offer why bother? Open Monday to Friday from 5 p.m.
Lifelong dream of owner Don Dugan, Dugan's Pub has quickly become a local favorite. Raising the bar on the usual pub-grub, Dugan's cuisine is made from scratch, using fresh, local ingredients. Expect to find traditional pub fare like soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches and burgers. An unexpected find is there Irish portion of the menu, which features bangers and mash, Guinness chicken and of course the ubiquitous corned beef hash. The decor lends a cozy air to the bright and open space with dark wood furnishings, stained glass accents, intimate booths and even a double sided fireplace.