The Back Yard Burgers story begins more than 25 years ago in the small town of Cleveland, Mississippi. It was here in 1987 that Lattimore Michael first began making homemade burgers in his grocery store. Before he knew it, the popularity of his burgers began to skyrocket, and a year later Lattimore was able to open the flagship Back Yard Burgers location. Fast forward to present day, and the crew at each Back Yard Burgers still serves up 100% North American Black Angus beef burgers and sandwiches cooked to order. They charbroil signature creations such as the barbecue bacon cheeseburger, a 1/3-pound patty topped with hickory-smoked bacon, american cheese, and barbecue sauce, as well as signature chicken sandwiches. Angus beef chili and 100% beef hot dogs round out the menu, complemented by hand-dipped shakes and malts just like grandma used to make and grandpa used to hide in his underwear drawer.
Ever since Sam Wolfinbarger opened up his downstairs bar in the early '40s, Sam's Cellar has been a favorite watering hole among happy hour crowds, strangers passing through, and neighborhood regulars alike. Guests sip frosty draft glasses and bottles of beer as they dine on wood-fired pizzas, oven-baked penne pastas, and light chicken wraps.
The scent of freshly baked biscuits, peppery gravy, and fried potatoes waft out of Republic Cafe’s kitchen 24 hours a day. Like the red, white, and blue of the French flag, the diner's housemade breakfasts pay homage to Americana, especially the country-fried skillet—a mound of hashbrowns topped with sautéed peppers and onions, cubes of country-fried steak, two eggs, and country gravy. Comfort-food classics populate the lunch menu as well, which stars BLTs, chicken-fried chicken, and open-faced beef sandwiches floating in a pool of savory, brown gravy.
Situated on the edge of the James River, River Smokin lets guests take a break from canoeing and stop by its dining room, patio, or deck. Plates of pork loin chops or deep-fried shrimp emerge from the kitchen, making their way to tables crowded with appetizers such as chicken quesadillas, fried dill pickles, and hand-breaded deep-fried fresh mushrooms.
Full Service Year Built 1982 Year Remodeled 2007 Additional Property Description Enjoy being located close to historic downtown shopping within walking distance and near Great Passion Play at our Eureka Springs hotel, where each staff member is committed to putting guests first. Our hotel in Eureka Springs, AR features 122 spacious rooms nestled on 35 acres of the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The hotels beautiful rooms are accompanied by the sparkling pool overlooking natures best and at dusk enjoy a poolside movie. Our hotel is also located on the historic Eureka Springs Trolley route. There are plenty of other family activities to do at our Hotel in Eureka Springs, AR as miniature golf, a game room, and a game court. Eureka Springs, AR is a welcoming city, and we are happy to host you during your trip. Visit the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge for an experience like no other and to really get back in touch with nature. Check out whats happening at Beaver Lake and Tablerock Lake Ozark Mountains, or plan your own day of swimming or hiking. White River and Kings River are favorites for rafters and kayakers. Eureka Springs bike activities are a fun filled way to spend the day with the family, and the trail system in the region is famous. Along with Ozark Mountain Ziplines of Eureka Springs located across the street for a wonderful tour of the Ozark Mountains tree tops. However, if you are here for business, we are also happy to take care of you. Some of our regular Eureka Springs hotel guests are employees of Wal Mart, Tyson Foods and Ducommun LaBarge Technologies Inc. Spacious rooms, luxurious bedding and peace and quiet await you. Its simple to get around the region from our Eureka Springs hotel, and our staff can provide tips and recommendations on must see attractions. Whether you are here for business, on a romantic vaca
Dickey?s Barbecue Pit has smoked beef brisket in-house nearly every night since 1941, painting each morsel with a tangy house-made sauce. Pulled pork, turkey breast, and polish sausage round out the menu with meals that are heartier than a burrito wrapped in Paul Bunyan?s plaid shirt. Boxed lunches and catered buffets brim with homestyle sides such as coleslaw, mac 'n' cheese, and jalape?o beans. Once the last pickle has been crunched and the last finger has been licked, guests can savor one of the restaurant?s most cherished traditions: a vanilla cone, on the house.