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For a refreshing morning cafe and a hearty snack head down to Mugs Cafe. The cafe sports a hip look with concrete, brick, iron and wood elements that create great harmony and a welcoming ambiance. The centerpiece is a lovely mural of the continents from reclaimed lumber wood. Simple yet elegant, needless to say, this cafe serves delicious coffee and breakfast treats that the whole family can enjoy. While here it would be a sin to miss out on the signature Wild Tribe Mocha, Tahitian Vanilla Frappuccino and Cafe con Miel.
Having trained at the St. Francis in San Francisco and the Capital Hotel in Little Rock, chef and owner Peter Brave has created a popular niche with his exquisite cuisine and casual atmosphere. For starters try the goat cheese mouse, or you might prefer the large gulf shrimp marinated with sliced red onion, dill and vinegar. For dinner, try the pine nut crusted salmon filet sautéed and topped with pesto.
This award-winning restaurant is quite successful and well-known in the city. Its delicious pulled pork, baby-back ribs and beef brisket are bringing in call after call for catering orders, and the cafe is always full. The cafe uses a cute pig motif to keep the place fun, with pig curtains, aprons and tablecloths. The service is extremely friendly and accommodating. Catering is available for all your corporate or other celebrations.
This family-owned and operated Mexican restaurant is always hopping. The free salsa and chips are deliciously fresh, including the extra hot green salsa (aka "salsa verde"). The taco salad, nestled in a fried tortilla shell, is wonderful and comes with your choice of chicken, steak or bean filling. The Carne Guisada is also worth trying. The friendly servers are always willing to suggest their favorite dishes. Business professionals and families alike make up the clientele here.
Opened in 1989 by D L Lindsey Sr., Lindsey's Hospitality House is now run by his son. It is a popular place for their home style cooking and barbecue. You will love their food and warm hospitality.
With some of the best beef around town, it is no wonder this grill has been voted "Best Burger" by the Arkansas Times for 14 years. Its friendly, relaxed atmosphere makes this the perfect place for business lunches, dates, or a fun meal with the family. The grill also serves up terrific chicken tenders, cheese dip and home-style fries. The grilled Turkey Delight sandwich is delicious. There is a limited beer and wine menu as well. This location is the original, although there is also a Buffalo Grill in West Little Rock.