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This steakhouse, located in the Wyndham Riverfront Little Rock, comes complete with a view overlooking the Arkansas River. Prepared just as you want them, the steaks are rather large, as are all portions. The grilled chicken is tasty, and the salads are above average, with a colorful medley of vegetables. Its simple atmosphere provides the perfect outing for a relaxed business dinner or an evening with friends.
Tucked away in North Little Rock, Cregeen's Irish Pub is a local favorite. Find the perfect mixture of brews, spirits, sports watching, weekly events and hearty cuisine all under one roof at this establishment. The elevated pub-grub is truly a culinary experience with dishes like their renowned Irish nachos and Harp beer battered fish and chips. Their homemade bread pudding made with a Jameson sauce pairs perfectly with an Irish coffee and ends the evening on a sweet note.
Tickle your funny bone and savor some tasty delights as you watch stand-up acts and other interesting events at The Joint. An amalgamation of a comedy club and a coffee house, this is where you can sit back with a refreshing cup of coffee and be entertained by some of the funniest people in the city. Their signature German Chocolate Latte and Caramel Mocha are not-to-be missed. Apart from coffee, the bistro also boasts an amazing selection of craft beers and wines.
Reno's Argenta Cafe was established in 2005 and is a popular meeting place among the locals. They are known for their delicious food and drinks. Enjoy live music held regularly at this cozy cafe.
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.
Cajun cooking does not get any better than in this "deliberately dingy" restaurant with splintering walls and a melange of odd items along the walls. Famous for their oysters, the rest of the spicy food is noteworthy too. Enjoy Zydeco music as you peel and eat large juicy shrimp, or try a huge po' boy sandwich filled with shrimp, fish or chicken. The crowd is diverse and thick on weekends. Happy hour is daily from 3p-6:30p.