Restaurants in Bryant

50% Off Fresh, Healthy, and Artful Cuisine at Cellar 220

Downtown

$25 $12.50

Chefs offer a menu focused on fresh and healthy handmade pastas, seafood entrees, and pizzas, locally sourced whenever possible

$10 for Mexican Food at Casa Mañana

Aberdeen Court

$20 $10

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Seafood entrees feature tilapia or shrimp prepared one of eight different ways alongside an extensive list of traditional Mexican dishes

Up to 54% Off at Pokey D's Bar-B-Que & Chicago Style Foods

Chicot West I-30 South

$20.48 $10

Southern and Chicago traditions align at eatery that dishes out rib tips, juicy polish sausages, and hearty italian-beef sandwiches

Up to 52% Off Sandwiches or Burgers at The Sports Page

Downtown

$16.50 $8

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Chefs at this 31-year-old establishment whip up cheeseburgers, BLTs, philly steaks, grilled cheeses, and fried bologna

Up to 50% Off at Next Bistro and Bar

Hillcrest

$20 $11

Diners sip drinks and nibble on small, shareable plates of caprese, pulled-pork nachos, fish tacos, and other bistro fare

$10 for Italian Food at Ciao Italian Restaurant

Downtown

$20 $10

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Chef Tony crafts chunky, sugar-free marinara and sears premium Omaha beef at an eatery with cannoli imported from New York's Little Italy

Half Off Coffee and Wraps at Sufficient Grounds Cafe

Downtown

$10 $5

Baristas concoct cappuccinos, americanos, and tea brews alongside hot sandwiches, wraps, and breakfast eats in a café with free WiFi

$9 for Wraps at Great Wraps

Great Wraps

$5.99 $3

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Wraps with chipotle-chicken, philly-cheesesteak, or hummus-and-veggie fillings

Up to 56% Off Barbecue at W.T. Bubba's

Downtown

$32.96 $16

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Southern barbecue such as pulled-pork sandwiches and smoked-burger sliders served with live country and Southern rock on weekends

$10 for Italian Food at D'Carlo Ristorante & Pizzeria

Little Rock

$20 $10

Housemade meatballs top spaghetti, linguine, and other Italian pastas and made-to-order dishes

Half Off Southern Food at Catfish City & BBQ Grill

Oak Forest

$20 $10

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Cooks pair shrimp and catfish with slow-smoked pork or brisket and homestyle sides

Up to 52% Off Barbecue at Lindsey's Hospitality House

North Little Rock

$33 $16

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Family-owned restaurant opened in 1989 serves barbecue classics, such as pork ribs and smoked chicken with fried okra, coleslaw, and yams

Half Off Mexican Cuisine at Blue Coast Burrito

North Little Rock

$30 $15

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Baja-style fish served in tacos, burritos, or salads, alongside LaTinga and grilled chicken, steak, carnitas, and fresh veggies and salsa

Half Off at Le Star Pizzaria

Sherwood

$12 $6

Specialty pizzas with toppings such as bacon-cheddar cheeseburger, barbecue beef brisket, and southwest grilled chicken

50% Off at Nom Noms Mexican Grill-N-Chill

Hot Springs

$16 $8

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Eatery serves homestyle Mexican dishes such as tortas and burritos and fresh ice cream with flavors like strawberry jalapeño and Milky Way

Up to 53% Off at Smitty's Bar-B-Que

Conway

$15 $7

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In a relaxed atmosphere, diners carve into hickory-smoked ribs, chickens, and beef flanked by fried okra and mashed potatoes

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Fresh Handmade Home Baked Pizza made to order just for you. Customize a pizza or order from our menu one of our Signature or DeLite pizzas.

3121 N Reynolds Rd
Bryant,
AR
US

Proponents of dry rub can be found across the Midwest—Oklahoma’s barbecue joints are an especially good bet. If you ask any of these die-hards, they’ll say that what dry-rubbed meats lack in sauce, they make up for in the delicately balanced flavors of their spices. Rib Crib BBQ & Grill captures these flavors and brings them to its cozy Lakeland restaurant, where guests can feast on chicken, ribs, and briskets smoked onsite over hickory chips. In addition to pit choices, Rib Crib dishes out Southern¬-style sides such as corn on the cob, mac ‘n’ cheese, and slow-cooked cowboy beans that guests can lasso individually with a tiny rope of floss.:m]]

1600 Military Rd
Benton,
AR
US

The taste-bud ticklers at La Valentina prepare gourmet Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine from scratch, using fresh ingredients united by rave-worthy recipes. The menu edifies traditional dishes with tenets of contemporary gastronomy, resulting in enlightened edibles such as fish tacos—corn tortillas topped with grilled tilapia, spinach, and pineapple-avocado pico de gallo ($10.99)—and smoked chicken enchiladas with zesty roasted tomato sauce ($8.99). Avocado artists chop, mix, and serve guacamole ($7.99) tableside, and the back-kitchen preps heartier plates such as the 12-ounce adobo marinated rib eye ($14.99). After the last plate clears, dessert devotees can pay their respects to the sugar gods with Mexican ambrosia such as the volcano—a gooey chocolate mound with a warm fudge center, topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel ($6.49)—and flan ($3.29).

1217 Ferguson Dr
Benton,
AR
US

All the steaks served at Western Sizzlin are first flame-kissed—cooked with flames licking both sides of the steak at once. As general manager Elgin Hamner states on the restaurant's website, this method preserves the flavors and juices of each slab, including the top-sirloin, rib-eye, filet-mignon, and T-bone steaks that populate the menu. Besides steaks, chefs prepare chicken breasts six different ways, including broiled or drizzled with teriyaki sauce, and they skim shrimp and salmon across the grill’s surface to the rhythm of "Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)." Diners can also tear into a cheeseburger or a philly steak sandwich underneath the antlered chandeliers that dangle from the ceiling.

1916 Congo Rd
Benton,
AR
US

With a reputation that includes titles such as the "Pie Guy" and "The Man Who Made 100 Different Pies in One Night," it's no great surprise that Chris Monroe—a dedicated pie lover and enthusiast—runs Hunka Pie. Open since 2007, the restaurant is dedicated to small-batch and handcrafted pies that boast flaky, hand-rolled crusts and are made without the preservatives found in big-batch bakeries. Equipped with the childhood pie memories and experience of growing up with three generations of pie makers, Chris claims the "largest selection of handcrafted pie in Arkansas." And judging from his list, he may be right. Interesting flavors such as chocolate hazelnut baklava and peach with rum glaze pop out alongside classic combinations such as southern pecan and key lime.

But though Chris and Hunka Pie specialize in pie, they also bring their A-game to breakfast, lunch, and dinner food, as well. They tout classic and creative burgers made with a third-pound of ground beef, some seasoned with secret spices, and others with more exotic flavors. The bombay burger adds garam masala to the mix, and the turkey burger's patty is seasoned with herbs. And though the restaurant was once relegated to a small drive-in counter, the restaurant's new digs invite patrons to sit and relax in the classic chrome and red of a former diner.

7706 Cantrell Rd
Little Rock,
AR
US

When he cofounded his first sandwich shop in 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca planned to use his profits to pay his way through medical school. But the combination of quality ingredients and friendly service at the shop—then called Pete's Subway—proved so popular that nine years later, he and his partner found themselves in charge of 16 locations across Connecticut, and Fred left behind his doctoring plans for a career in business.

Today, Subway boasts more than 34,000 locations around the world—almost as many shops as there are sightings of Elvis buying cold cuts. At each location, staffers pile sliced ham, marinara-slathered meatballs, and other fillings into halved loaves of bread before customizing handhelds with tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and other healthy toppings plucked from chilled containers behind the counter. Salads free crisp veggies from bread's overprotective embrace, and crunchy baked chips or apple slices accompany entrees to tables. Subway’s website also facilitates health-conscious eating by listing each item's nutritional information and fastest mile time online.

3400 S University Ave
Little Rock,
AR
US