Quality Inn & Suites
500 West 29th Street
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Phone: (501) 771-2090
Fax: (501) 771-2439
Lindsey BBQ has been in business since 1956 serving their famous barbeque, catfish and fried chicken. Complete catering services are also available.
While Little Rock offers a variety of barbeque joints, none offer the friendly service that Lindsey's does. The employees here love what they do, and it shows in the food. This restaurant's specialty is the Barbecued-Beef Sandwich, smothered in spicy sauce and topped with a fresh sourdough bun. There are plenty of other choices, including rotisserie chicken, ribs, and delicious side items. Lindsey's is also open for breakfast and offers good Southern food, like biscuits and gravy. Kids are special customers here, getting their very own take-home plastic cup with drink purchase.
Enjoy award-winning barbeque ribs, as well as hickory-smoked meats served in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere. Open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week.
A laid back atmopshere, casual, deli-style menu and full bar make Cornerstone a favorite with locals and tourists alike.
Reno's Argenta Cafe is a local hotspot with live music and great food including sandwiches, soups, salads, pizzas and more. Located on the trolley tracks and within walking distance to all North Little Rock attractions.
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.
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 medallions of veal, sautéed with apple slices and served in a cranberry balsamic demi-glace alongside a potato pancake. The pine nut crusted salmon filet is sautéed and topped with pesto.
Daddy's has a great reputation among downtown employees looking for a quick and tasty lunch. The service is as friendly today as it was when the diner opened 20 years ago. The owners even help out in the kitchen. Daddy's mainly serves sandwiches, from a juicy chicken club to roast beef on rye. Or, you might choose one of the wraps. The Chicken Fajita Wrap is an excellent pick. Save room for one of the sweet temptations calling from behind the glass counter.
One of the most delicious and most entertaining restaurants in town, at Cajun's you can come for the food and stay for the fun. This seafood phenomenon overlooking the Arkansas River has it all, fabulous food, live music and a stunning sunset view from the deck. For appetizers, try the Oysters Bienville or Fried Green Tomatoes, or if you're really hungry, the Super Shellfish Experience loaded down with over a pound of shellfish. The Boston Casserole is a showy entree, loaded with shrimp, King crabmeat, lobster and scallops over linguini with broccoli and water chestnuts in a rich newburg sauce and covered with mozzarella cheese and broiled. Don't miss out on one of the decadent desserts to end your meal.
The atmosphere at The Capital Bar & Grill is upscale without being uptight. They serve classic American dishes teeming with flavor. Try the perfectly cooked burgers or country fried steak and you'll be talking about your meal for months to come. It's located inside the Capital Hotel, which is teeming with elegance. Walk through the lobby and you'll be amazed at the luxurious decor. The restaurant is also a popular lunch option for people who work in the area.
This tiny Japanese restaurant located in downtown's bustling River Market is a great lunch option. Enjoy a superb lunch special with fried rice, Hibachi-grilled beef and vegetables, all reasonably priced. If you prefer to cook it yourself, you can also buy the raw food products and here. Choose from among special sauces, rice and cookies.
While in the River Market, stop off at this little bistro for a cup of coffee or slice of cheesecake. The staff prepares terrific lunches, including a potato soup that is out of this world. Like a traditional cafe, the chairs are uncomfortable and the tables small, which is actually all part of the fun. On nice days, take your meal to the outdoor patio and enjoy the view of the Arkansas River and the bustling of passers-by.