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Press Room in downtown Bentonville

Posted on 02 June 2012 by Courtney

Having a drink at the Press Room in Bentonville

Last night we went to the Press Room in downtown Bentonville, right off the square. There’s been a lot of buzz about this new coffeehouse by day/bar by night. The place was hopping, but we managed to snag the last seat in the house!

Press Room offers a little bit of something for everyone. I tried the manhattan and the pale ale (a local brew), and my friend had the Americano, a blend of hot water andespresso.¬†They also serve food, although we weren’t eating tonight. The menu has light items like sandwiches and salads, and they have a full cheese menu served after 5:30 pm.

Lots of people were there meeting friends, on dates and hanging out. The wide window offered a view to the busy street, where there were tables for outdoor patrons. We’ll definitely be back to try the food!

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Posted on 09 February 2012 by Courtney

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The Flying Burrito

Posted on 27 July 2011 by Courtney

Nearly a decade ago, the first Flying Burrito Co. was opened in a refurbished warehouse just off Dickson Street in Fayetteville. This local favorite has since expanded with 5 more locations across four cities in Arkansas. Continue Reading


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The Station Cafe

Posted on 19 July 2011 by admin

This week I ventured to the Bentonville Square to have lunch with a friend at The Station Cafe, a locally owned favorite of mine Continue Reading


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Catfish John’s, it’s Just Good Food

Posted on 11 July 2011 by admin

If you’re looking for great fried catfish in Benton County you’ll want to check out ¬†Catfish John’s in Rogers. Continue Reading


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Ron’s Hamburgers and Chili

Posted on 17 May 2011 by admin

For over 30 years, Ron Baber has been satisfying hungry families with his old-fashioned hamburgers and famous chili. In that period of time, Ron’s Hamburgers and Chili has grown from one restaurant in Tulsa, to over 18 locations in Oklahoma and Arkansas. Continue Reading