About Little Rock

Downtown Little Rock is bordered on the south by I-630, the I-30 on the east, the State Capitol area to the west and to the north by the Arkansas River. Ever-bustling, Little Rock continues to grow beyond these borders.

Downtown

If you are in downtown Little Rock, then you are close to what is becoming the most popular spot in town. The historic River Market area has been part of the rebirth that has been taking place on Little Rock's riverfront over the past decade. The Market offers all types of fresh local produce on Tuesdays and Saturdays, May through October. Year round, you'll find a daily indoor market where 17 shopkeepers sell everything from gourmet coffee to fresh sushi. The area has become a center of activity, continually fueled by the addition of new restaurants, bars and shops.

The city of Little Rock has done its best to keep the momentum going. From May through September, you'll find Big Downtown Thursdays, a sort of public happy hour held each week. Memorial Day weekend's annual Riverfest features a carnival-type atmosphere and fireworks, and takes place in Riverfront Park.

Quapaw Quarter

Just a short way from the River Market is the Quapaw Quarter, which is known for its section of restored 19th-century homes and its business district. Most of the homes are privately owned, so access is mainly limited to walking and driving tours. However, many of the quarter's homes are opened for tours at various points in the year under the direction of the Landmarks Trust Association.

The Annual Quapaw Quarter Spring Tour takes place in May, while December brings the Christmas Open House. Other historic landmarks are open to the public for tours at various points throughout the year, including the Empress Bed & Breakfast, Trapnall Hall and Villa Marre. Some buildings are available for special occasion rental and may be used for weddings and other events.

North Little Rock

The city just north of the river, North Little Rock, has its own personality and is not to be outdone by its bigger cousin. Formerly known as Argenta, this municipality has preserved its own local history. The Old Mill, famous for being the backdrop during the opening credits in Gone with the Wind, is open for tours.

The Argenta Historic District is a large area that includes city hall, several churches and a military post. North Little Rock is also the site of the newly built Verizon Arena, which hosts a large percentage of the city's major entertainment events, including concerts and sporting events.

West Little Rock

West Little Rock is the fastest growing area of the city. The easiest route here from downtown is to take I-630 west until the interstate ends and runs into Shackleford Road. West Little Rock is the part of suburbia where large numbers of new upper-middle class homes are being built and where a wide variety of restaurants, shops like River City Coffee, Tea & Cream, and recreational facilities like Kanis Park are located. West Little Rock is also home to one of the city's most popular shopping centers, the Promenade at Chenal

Hillcrest/Heights

The area west of downtown along Markham Street is known as the Hillcrest Historic District. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this area is one of the city's earliest residential areas, with homes dating from the early part of the 20th Century.

The Heights is a trendy, upscale area on the north-central side of town with its own particular flavor, almost as if it were a mini-village in itself. Here you will find quaint gift shops, exclusive boutiques, restaurants like Buffalo Grill, cafes like the Whole Hog Cafe & Catering Co. and antique shops mixed into a residential neighborhood that's a bit on the exclusive side. This area is north of Hillcrest and dates from the 1920s and 1930s. Many of the houses overlook the Arkansas River and are built high up on the bluffs, hence the name.

University

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR), the home of the Trojans, is spread over an area west of downtown. The Trojan basketball team plays at North UALR's Jack Stephens Center. The campus' north end houses the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Planetarium, the Fine Arts Building and its art gallery, and the Stella Boyle Smith Auditorium, in which stage plays and musical performances take place. The university area is also home to some of the best shopping in town, with two malls—Park Plaza Mall and the Midtowne Little Rock—adjacent to eachother.

  • Little Rock Zoo

    1 Zoo Drive Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 2406
    The Little Rock Zoo is the wildest place in town. With over 500 different species on display, the zoo is home to exotic tigers, lemurs, tortoises and elephants. Children will want to visit Kiddieland and take a small train to ride around the park. The Zoo Café, located within the park, serves hot dogs, nachos and cold drinks. Open daily.
  • Wild River Country Water Park

    6820 Crystal Hill Road Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 753 8600
    If the humid Arkansas heat gets you down, cool off at Wild River Country water park. The park offers everything from the Lightning Bolt: —a wild ride down a straight slide: —to the Lazy River, a pool for inner tubers that winds around the park's center. Young children can play in the special Tad Pool area. Refreshment stands are located throughout the park.
  • The Old Mill

    3800 Lakeshore Drive North Little Rock, AR 72119 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 1424(Tourist Information)
    Old Mill has been called the most picturesque spot in North Little Rock. The actual mill, which operated in the 1800s, provided the background for the opening scenes of 'Gone With the Wind'. Today, visitors can explore the inside of the mill or sit on the surrounding mushroom-shaped benches and watch the waterwheel churn. In the spring and early summer, flowers decorate the banks of the pond. You can take in the scenery while enjoying lunch at one of the numerous picnic tables in the surrounding TR Pugh Memorial Park.
  • Burns Park

    Interstate 40, Exit 150 Little Rock, AR 72119 United States - Phone: +1 501 791-8537
    Located just 10 minutes northwest of downtown, North Little Rock's Burns Park is the ideal getaway for a quick picnic lunch or a full day of fun in the sun. With a 36-hole public golf course, tennis and racquetball facilities, campgrounds, picnic tables and pavilions, baseball fields, an amusement park and a water slide, everyone can enjoy the great outdoors here. Kids will love the variety of unique playground facilities, including the popular "rocket slide" and the special needs' park.
  • Arkansas State Capitol

    500 Woodlane Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 682 5080
    See where Bill Clinton got his start in politics in this D.C. replica that has been filmed in several movies to represent the nation's capitol. Exhibits on Arkansas' history, culture and government are open to visitors and change throughout the year. At Christmas, come see the towering tree that fills the rotunda, as well as the lights decorating the outside of the capitol. Guided tours are available on request during the week, and self-guided and audio-cassette tours on the weekends.
  • Little Rock Convention and Visitor's Bureau

    Markham and Broadway Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781 / +1 800 844 4781 (Toll Free)
    Make the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau your first stop after you get to town. Here you can pick up brochures for local attractions, hotels, restaurants and events, as well as coupons and discounts for participating businesses. The staff is always willing to suggest their favorite spots in town, and help you find your way through the area. Conveniently located in the Statehouse Convention Center downtown, this stop is worth your while.
  • Historic Arkansas Museum

    200 East Third Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 324 9351
    Journey back to the days before the Civil War forever changed Arkansas' history. The Historic Arkansas Museum, formerly known as the Arkansas Territorial Restoration, has preserved five antebellum homes, including the area's oldest building, the 1827 Hinderliter Grog Shop. Guests enjoy a guided living-history tour through the grounds as they learn the history of each building. The museum features several Arkansas art galleries and an interactive children's gallery.
  • Pinnacle Mountain State Park

    11901 Pinnacle Valley Road Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 868 5806
    If you are entering Little Rock from I-430, you cannot miss the mammoth Pinnacle Mountain to the west, with its pointy, volcano-esque top. The state park centered around this mountain, just a few miles from Little Rock proper, is a unique Arkansas treasure. There are multiple hiking options sure to please adventure seekers. There is also a family-friendly hiking trail that leads to the top on the mountain. Plenty of picnic tables are available, and campgrounds are nearby. The park staff offers frequent events such as cookouts and puppet shows for families, along with survival lessons for adults.
  • Julius Breckling Riverfront Park

    202 East LaHarpe Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 4770(City Park Council)
    Home to a variety of festivals and concerts, this park is the center of activity in Little Rock. Here you can see the actual "little rock" that inspired European-explorer Benard de la Harpe to name the city. Take a break from shopping and visiting museums downtown to watch barges and riverboats float down the lazy Arkansas River. Children can enjoy the playground, while adults check out the history pavilion, which offers background on the park and the city. Bands often perform at the amphitheater. In May the park is filled with the frivolities of the annual Riverfest.
  • Old State House Museum

    300 West Markham Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 324 9685
    Discover the secrets of Arkansas' history in the oldest still-standing state capitol building west of the Mississippi River. Peruse permanent exhibits of Arkansas' women, President Clinton's journey to Washington, the first Arkansas House of Representatives, Arkansas' first families, period rooms and the State House's history. Special exhibits change various times per year, always featuring fascinating subject matter about the Natural State. Visitors may either take a self-guided tour of the museum or take one of the guided tours available each hour. Admission is free.
  • River Market

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    The River Market is the most popular locale in Little Rock, both for tourists and locals. With more than 17 merchants housed inside, you can buy fresh breads, pastries, flowers, coffee and international groceries. There are several cafés located in the market where you can taste Japanese, Italian or local cuisines. Just outside the market you will find even more interesting shops, bars and restaurants. This is the place to come for the perfect souvenir on your trip to the city. Besides, this place is always buzzing with concerts, festivals and other interesting activities, so check the website for further details.
  • National Cemetery

    2523 Confederate Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 324 6401
    Pay your respects to those who fought and died for the United States and what they believed in. This cemetery is the final resting place for soldiers who died in every American war, from the Civil War to the Gulf War. Over 22,000 bodies are buried here, many of which have no name to identify them, just a thin marker symbolizing a soldier. On holidays such as Veteran's Day and the Fourth of July, the park is decorated with flags and flowers.
  • Sesquicentennial Sundial

    Broadway and West Third Street Little Rock, AR 72214 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    This lesser-known Little-Rock landmark on the outskirts of downtown was constructed in honor of the state's 150th birthday in 1986. This sundial is made from various stones and artifacts given as gifts to the state by countries all over the globe. It is located just a short walk from downtown across the Broadway Bridge to North Little Rock. While you are there, take a walk through the riverside park. It is a wonderful place to admire the beauty of Arkansas.
  • E O Manees House

    216 West 4th Street Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1436
    Little Rock is full of beautiful homes with rich historic stories. This one, listed on the National Register of Historical Places, is no exception. Built in 1896, this Victorian-style home is now the headquarters for the North Little Rock Junior League. Take a tour and imagine what life was like over 100 years ago in Little Rock. Come see the house at Christmastime when it is beautifully illuminated and dressed with holly. Admission rates vary, depending on the time of year. Call to schedule a tour.
  • Lakewood Park

    4500 Lakeshore Drive Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 1424
    This spacious, green park is just across the street from the historic Old Mill. Play frisbee or volleyball, have a picnic or throw bread to the ducks in the pond. Note the unusual sculptures scattered throughout the park, which include a hollow tree-trunk shelter and a flower-basket planter. The sculptures were created around 1933 by Mexican artist Dionicio Rodriquez, who also created the "wooden" bridge at Old Mill, which is just across the street.
  • Emerald Park

    2200 Fort Roots Road Little Rock, AR 72114 United States
    You will find it hard to believe that this beautiful setting is classified as a city park. Here you can enjoy a tangled jogging trail that overlooks the river and skyline, or take in a sunset over the river at the edge of a charming old stone quarry. Park facilities include a pavilion and picnic tables, as well as plenty of parking. This is a choice location for a relaxing afternoon away from the city.
  • Murray Park

    7 Rebsamen Park Drive Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 4770
    This pleasant and popular park, located four miles from Cantrell Road, features two playgrounds, two soccer fields, eight pavilions and plenty of shaded picnic areas. Just south of Murray Lock and Dam, the park is on the banks of the Arkansas River. It offers a boat launch for fishermen and pleasure cruisers alike. There is plenty of parking here. A bike lane runs out to the park from Cantrell Road, providing a nice alternative to city traffic. Murray Park also has a dog park.
  • Kanis Park

    820 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 4770
    This city park has something for every member of the family, from picnic tables to tennis courts and a playground. There are two full-sized basketball courts located under the shade (and noise) of Interstate 630. Basketball games take place from early in the morning until after dark. A special feature of this park is the skate park complete with bowl. It is colorfully decorated with graffiti art, and is open to anyone daring enough to "take the plunge."
  • Mount Holly Cemetery

    1200 South Broadway Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 1843
    This beautiful, park-like cemetery has been called the "Westminster Abbey of Arkansas" because of the number of notable Arkansans buried here. From state governors to Confederate Generals to newspaper editors, this cemetery is like a who's who of Arkansas history. The grave of David O. Dodd, a 17-year-old who was executed as a Confederate spy, is one of the main attractions. Besides the historical draw, the beauty of the cemetery's flowers, honeysuckle vines and shade-tree lined paths adds to the enjoyment of this lovely outing.
  • Maumelle Park

    9009 Pinnacle Valley Road Little Rock, AR 72802 United States - Phone: +1 501 868 9477
    This jewel of a park is hidden in the valley of Pinnacle Mountain, only a 15-minute drive from Little Rock. Everything you need to have a relaxing weekend is available here. There are plenty of shady camping spots, some even by the Arkansas River's banks. Families appreciate the huge-covered pavilions, complete with picnic tables and grills. A playground is within walking distance from the camping area, and there is a pleasant-little picnicking area there as well. A boat launch is a popular spot with local fishermen.
  • Little Rock Tours

    3100 Interstate 30 Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 868 7287
    Little Rock Tours is the newest attraction in Little Rock, offering sightseeing tours and charter service all over “The Natural State”. For decades, Little Rock has been a hub for national and international news. From the 1957 Central High School Crisis to the construction of the new Clinton Presidential Library, so much of American history has played out in Little Rock. That is why this tour adds a dose of news and a dash of Hollywood. The trip around the city features both historical news footage and movie clips shown on the bus, with nearly a dozen clips in all! The footage is played on a state-of-the-art audio/video system on the tour bus. All tour guides are fun, knowledgeable, and entertaining. It's a trip through time as well as a trip around town!
  • William J. Clinton Presidential Center

    1200 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 4242
    The Clinton Presidential Center is a monument to the 42nd president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton. This $200 million library offers visitors a view of the controversial former President that is as complicated and as multi-dimensional as the man himself. The Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the U.S. economic expansion, balancing the budget and the budget surplus, NAFTA; they're all there. The Center also has a lot to say about the scandals that rocked the Clinton presidency, including the historic impeachment that preoccupied the country in his second term. The Clinton Presidential Center does provides a well balanced portrait of this elemental and larger than life charismatic leader of America and the free world.
  • Al-Baiyina Mosque

    1219 W. 20th Ave Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 1541
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Ameen Zakariyya Mosque

    1717 Wright Ave Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1942
    This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Statehouse Convention Center

    101 East Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    Statehouse Convention Center truly stands for class, style and elegance. The stair case and the decor adds to the grandeur of the place. Be it the ballrooms or the meeting spaces, the artistic sense is evident. It is one of the most favored place for conventions and meetings. The spacious exhibition hall, offers a wide arena for trade shows.
  • North Shore Riverwalk

    Cook's Landing Road & Northshore Drive Little Rock, AR 72119 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 1424
    North Shore Riverwalk, is located by the River Arkansas. Set amidst a picturesque setting, it is one of the popular venue for varied events. Music lovers throng to see the Edgefest festival. The American Heart Association's Annual HeartWalk 2008, fund-raiser held here was a huge success. It can accommodate nearly 6,000 people. Events are held throughout the year, including the May Riverfest.
  • Little Rock

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781(Tourist Information)

    With an interesting history related to the origin of it's name, Little Rock is every travelers delight. Home to numerous museums like the Arkansas Arts Center and William. J Clinton Presidential Center, the city has treasured the relics and artifacts that reflect it's rich heritage and preserve it's distinct identity. A city for students, many schools and universities known for quality educational facilities, are also part of this city. With a number of art and cultural centers in it's domain, Little Rock is abuzz with various literary fests and creative programs that will appeal to an intellectual and an arty crowd.

     

  • Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site

    2120 Daisy L. Gatson Bates Drive Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 1957
    Located in Little Rock, the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site is run in partnership with Little Rock public schools and the National Park Service. It has a visitor center that displays a film commemorating the Little Rock Integration Crisis that gained national attention in 1957. It also has various exhibits centered around the Civil Rights Movement. Apart from this, there is a garden which has nine trees planted in honor of the Little Rock 9, who were at the center of the Little Rock Integration Crisis. Entry is free and guided tours are available on prior booking. Check the website for more information.
  • Conway

    Conway Conway, AR 72034 United States - Phone: +1 501 327 7788(Tourist Information)
    Home to three educational institutes namely Central Baptist College, University of Central Arkansas and Hendrix College, Conway has been nicknamed as 'City of Colleges'. Besides these colleges, the city also lures tourists with its lush Toad Suck Park and the man-made game fishing lake, Lake Conway. And when recreation and outdoor activities tire you, the numerous dining options offering a varied fare are a great way to refuel yourself. Also, the true local culture of Conway can be experienced with fascinating performances by Conway Symphony Orchestra, the plays at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre and a visit to the annual Toad Duck Daze. To sum it up, the city has something to please every traveler.
  • Metropolitan National Bank Tower

    425 West Capitol Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 800 844 4781(Toll Free) /+1 501 376 4781(Tourist Information)
  • Dreamland Ballroom

    800 West Ninth Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 255 5700
    A name that is of a quite revered status in the city, the Dreamland Ballroom is a heritage structure. The building in which the ballroom is housed is itself of prominence in the city. Known as Taborian Hall, the building was built in 1918 by Simeon Johnson for the organization, the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor. The ballroom came into existence around the early 1930s and by 1937, it became 'the' venue in the city, hosting such legends as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie. Today, the ballroom is being managed by the Friends of the Dreamland Ballroom organization and is a museum-cum-event-venue-cum-historic-landmark. A visit is sure to be intriguing for all. Call to know more.
  • Hillcrest Historic District

    Markham & Kavanaugh Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 0075
    Just west of Downtown Little Rock lies the popular and historic neighborhood of Hillcrest. On the National Register of Historic Places, Hillcrest was established at the end of the 19th Century and continued to grow throughout the beginning of the 20th Century and beyond. One main characteristic of the area is the wide variety of interesting and aesthetically pleasing architectural styles of the homes. Within the Hillcrest Historic District are landmarks like Little Rock's former town hall. Hillcrest in recent years has become a hub of entertainment as well with numerous bars, restaurants, shops and galleries, among other things.
  • Willow Springs

    3903 Willow Lake Road Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 888 4148
    Willow Springs is one of the Little Rock area's main water park attractions. This spring-fed lake has treated water and sandy bottoms, as well as various water features that add to the excitement. There is a 400 foot water slide, log rolls and water trampolines and even water basketball, volleyball and tetherball. On the shores, take advantage of the picnic areas and snack bars. There are always lifeguards on duty, and swimming lessons are offered for free during the month of July.
  • Argenta Arts District

    Argenta Historic District North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 993 1234
    The Argenta Arts and Historic District is a vibrant community in North Little Rock. It features several historic buildings including the city hall, post office, Baker House and Faucette Building, that are district landmarks. Explore the area and visit parks, galleries, restaurants and boutiques for a glimpse of the local culture.
  • Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery

    144 Rye Street Cabot, AR 72023 United States - Phone: +1 501 843 2136
    Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery was a military camp used for training of soldiers. In the year 1862, an epidemic broke out in the camp and killed 1500 soldiers. The camp is name after the then Brigadier General Allison Nelson, also among those affected by the epidemic. This cemetery is the final resting place of these soldiers and in order to respect them, a memorial was erected at the spot. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Bigelow Rosenwald School

    AR 60 and Bethel AME Road Bigelow, AR 72016 United States - Phone: +1 501 682 7777
    Bigelow Rosenwald School was a former educational institution. In operation until 1964, it was later converted into the Rosenwald Community Center. The building was constructed in 1926 in the iconic Rosenwald School style of architecture. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Boyle Park

    2000 Boyle Park Road Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 4770
    Boyle Park is a 250-acre (101-hectare) urban park located in Little Rock. It is named after Dr. John F. Boyle who donated the land to the City of Little Rock in the year 1929. It features various known intact examples of the famous Civilian Conservation Corps rustic architecture. The park is mostly unimproved woodland consisting of a small pond, a playground, open meadows, woods, hiking and biking trails. The park also has the Rock Creek flowing across it.
  • Arkansas Governor's Mansion

    1800 Center Street Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 324 9805
    Built with over 300,000 bricks salvaged from other buildings, the Arkansas Governor's Mansion was completed in 1950. This grand Georgian colonial mansion sits on 8 pristine acres (3 hectares) of manicured herb gardens maintained by the National Herb Society. Visitors can partake in guided tours on Tuesday and Thursday and must be scheduled one day in advance. The tours are completely free and include a visit to all rooms deemed public.
  • Quapaw Quarter Association

    615 East Capitol Avenue Little Rock, AR 72216 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 0075
    Aimed at preserving the rich history of Little Rock, the Quapaw Quarter Association through education, marketing and advocacy. Throughout the year this association organizes tours of historic homes, neighborhoods and buildings. Most recently tours have included homes on Skyline Drive and Dooley Road in the Park Hill neighborhood. Visit the website to learn more about upcoming tours and information.
  • Heifer International Global Village

    1 World Avenue Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 855 948 6437
    As the headquarters of Heifer International, an organization dedicated to eradicating poverty and hunger through the donation of livestock and agricultural lessons around the world,  Heifer Village is truly a Little Rock gem. Here you can tour the eco-friendly, green building, which is located next to natural wetlands. Groups of 10 or more can contact the village for tour, event and program information that can include hands-on exhibits, scavenger hunts and more. This is a great educational attraction for families that help educate the public on global issues and other cultures, a must visit for the Little Rock area!
  • Little Rock Amtrak station

    1400 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 800 872 7245 / +1 501 371 0076(Tourist Information)
    The Little Rock Amtrak Station which is known as the MoPac Station is a prime attraction in Little Rock. It included waiting rooms, a ticket office and restaurant on one level, and the upper floors consisted of passenger query departments. Other rail facilities included a baggage room and a small cafeteria. This architectural landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Big Dam Bridge

    7600 Rebsamen Park Road Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 340 6800
    Connecting Little Rock and North Little Rock, the Big Dam Bridge spans Murray Lock and Arkansas River at 4,226 feet (1,288 meters) long. With the bridge limited to foot traffic, it makes for an ideal walking and cycling path, with parks connected on either side. The view from the bridge is unlike any other and provides a different perspective of Little Rock and is the longest pedestrian only bridge in North America. Throughout the year, various races and cycling tours take place here.
  • Land's End Plantation

    1 Land's End Lane Scott, AR 72142 United States
    The Land's End Plantation is a historic home built in 1882 and shows the Tudor Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 owing to its historic and architectural importance.
  • Two Rivers Park

    County Farm Road Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 4770
    Nestled between where the Arkansas and Little Maumelle Rivers meet, lies a 1000 acre (400 hectares) park. Here at Two Rivers Park, locals and visitors alike can partake in a variety of outdoor activities, from horse back riding and cycling to leisurely walks and even gardening! Located within this lush parkland is the Garden Center where residents can rent out garden tracts and plant and weed to their hearts content.
  • Murry's Dinner Playhouse

    6323 Colonel Glenn Road Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 562 3131
    Fun for the whole family, Murray's Dinner Playhouse is a popular Little Rock entertainment venue. Open since 1967 under various names, Murray's serves up great laughs and stellar cuisine six days a week. Shows range from light-hearted comedies like 'Til Beth Do Us Part and classics like Steel Magnolias and South Pacific. The cuisine is highly influenced by whatever show is in production, so expect to see a different buffet each time. Whether you're visiting with the whole family or with a significant other, Murray's Dinner Playhouse is sure to entertain.
  • Testament- Little Rock Nine Memorial

    Capitol & Dr. Martin Luther King Drive Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 682 5080
    Dubbed the 'Little Rock Nine' for being the first nine African American students to attend Little Rock Central High School after segregation was ruled unconstitutional in 1954, this statue depicts the brave individuals fighting for their civil liberties. As the only civil rights memorial located on any of the State Capitol grounds in the South, the statue features plaques with the students names and a brief comment from them. Symbolically opening the doors of segregation in America, this moving testament is a must visit.
  • Dollarway Road

    Dollarway Road Redfield, AR 71602 United States
    The Dollarway Road is a road near Redfield, Arkansas and was built in 1913. This was one of the first roads made after the country started focusing on good roads as an initiative for developing the infrastructure. The concrete road was constructed with nine-foot (2.7-meter) wide slabs and the edges were 45-degree (0.78-radian) slopes. The road got its name because those days it costed one dollar per linear foot to construct the road.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    800 Scott Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1804
    The distinguished First Presbyterian Church in the Little Rock region of Arkansas is a historic Presbyterian Church. The ancient Church site was constructed in 1921 and has adapted the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The structure is also a representation of the English Gothic and the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals.
  • First United Methodist Church

    1610 Prince Street Conway, AR 72034 United States - Phone: +1 501 329 3801
    The First United Methodist Church is a historic church site at Conway in Arkansas. It is accurately located at the junction of Prince and Clifton Street. The church building was constructed in 1913 and is established on a land cover of less than an acre. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a prominent monumental structure. The church organizes for early morning worship and the Sunday school among the varied activities planned and executed by it.
  • Fort Logan H. Roots Military Post Historic District

    Circle Drive North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 1424 (Tourist Information)
    Often referred as Fort Roots, Fort Logan H. Roots is a military base and is named after Logan H. Roots. Colonel Logan H. Roots actively participated in the swap where it was decided that arsenal grounds would be used as a state park in exchange of specific area in the Big Rock Mountains (army constructed its post there). This fort was assigned to the Public Health Service to transform it into medical facility featuring veterans hospital for treating neuropsychiatric disorders. Though the hospitals are demolished, visitors can check-out different structures and the parade grounds.
  • Galloway Hall

    Winfield Street Conway, AR 72032 United States - Phone: +1 501 450 1416
    Galloway Hall is located in Conway, Arkansas. It was built in 1913 and is a hall of the Hendrix College. It was built to commemorate Bishop Charles Betts Galloway. The building was designed by Charles L. Thompson in the Tudor Revival architectural style, and got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 22, 1982.
  • Gazette Building

    112 West Third Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States
    Situated across the Third Street of Little Rock, The Gazzette Building is a significant prominent structure. Popularly known as a landmark that represents the Arkansas Gazette newspaper, the interiors accord with the exteriors of the building.
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Church

    7025 Jasna Gora North Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 851 2763
    Although the current building was constructed in 1933, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church can trace its beginnings back to 1878, which was when Polish settlers arrived in the area. The church they built on the hill was called Jasna Góra, meaning 'Blue Hill'. Over the years, the church has survived repeated fires, and was eventually placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church

    Mason Boulevard De Valls Bluff, AR 72041 United States
    The St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church is a Late Gothic Revival structure built in 1912. Located at the intersection of Sycamore and Mason Streets, it encompasses an area of less than one acre. The church was active until 1986, after which regular services ceased to take place. However, the church building has been preserved well as a historic piece of the area.
  • Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park

    490 Toltec Road Scott, AR 72142 United States - Phone: +1 501 961 9442
    Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park is located at Lonoke County, Arkansas. This archaeological site protects an 18-mound complex with the tallest surviving prehistoric mounds in Arkansas. This site was occupied by its original inhabitants from 600 C.E to 1050 C.E. It got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 12, 1973.
  • Thomas R. McGuire

    114 Rice Street Little Rock, AR 72202 United States
    The Thomas R. McGuire House is located at Little Rock, Arkansas. It was built between the year 1905 C.E and 1915 C.E by architect Thomas R. McGuire. It had a concrete block construction and was made from handcrafted and locally manufactured materials. This property got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on December 19, 1991. 
  • USS Razorback (SS-394)

    400-498 East Washington Avenue North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 8320
    The USS Razorback, or the SS-394 is a Balao class submarine of the United States Navy. With 53 years of active duty, it is one of the longest serving existing submarine in the world. This diesel electric submarine served United States during the World War II and then served Turkey for many years. The state of Arkansas adopted it in 2004 and it is now docked at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum in North Little Rock where she is open to the public.
  • Diamond Bear Brewing Company

    323 South Cross Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 708 2739
    Founded by the Melton couple, Sue and Russ, Diamond Bear Brewing Company began its production of brews in 2000. German Purity laws are followed in the brewing process, so the ingredients are few but the beers are rich in flavor. Paradise Porter, Honey Weiss and Irish Red are the most popular varieties here. When visiting Little Rock's prime attractions like the Arkansas State Capitol, Arkansas Arts Center and Arkansas State Library, don't miss out on an opportunity to visit this brewery, located in Downtown Little Rock.
  • La Petite Roche

    Riverfront Park Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    La Petite Roche, French for "Little Rock," is a stone outcropping along the Arkansas River that was named by French explorer Benard de La Harpe. The outcropping was unique enough to be used for navigation and was often used as a boat landing point.  When a settlement was established near the rock formation the founders decided to name the town after the landmark. Located in Riverfront Park, this sandstone rock is sometimes also called "Point of Rocks."
  • The Underground Pub

    500 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 707 2537
    Anyone looking for a nice, quiet hole to hide out in will enjoy the Underground Pub, located just around the corner from the popular River Market. The murky, yet casual atmosphere bears a surprising resemblance to the pubs found in the city of its namesake London. The only thing resembling the London subway system (the Underground) is the sign, which steals the original's logo. Relax with a pint of beer or cider, and join in a game of darts, Twister, or trivia.
  • Star of India Restaurant & Bar

    301 North Shackleford Road Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 9900
    Star of India gives new meaning to the word "hospitality," warmly welcoming each guest to this intimate restaurant by name. The accompanying feast combines fresh ingredients, authentic recipes and gorgeous presentation. The onion Kulcha bread is scrumptious, but when combined with the Saag Paneer, tender chunks of homemade cheese in lightly-seasoned creamed spinach, it is sheer heaven. If you like spicy, try the lamb vindaloo. Or, just sample a bit of everything on the daily lunch buffet. Portions are large, so expect leftovers, and then save room for dessert. Finish with a glass of Indian marsala tea.
  • Shogun Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

    2815 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 7070
    This Japanese food joint features the typical chef dynamics on the hibachi grill as entertainment. So while you wait for the grub you watch it diced, cooked, flipped and flopped all over the place at speeds that almost defy sight. While Shoguns is perfect for a group or even when dining alone, if you care to have intimate conversation this is not the place to do it. All meals are served to groups of 10 as the comical chefs prepare food fresh on the hibachi grill. Choose from chicken, steak or shrimp stir-fry, or a combination
  • Shorty Small's

    11100 Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 3344
    Shorty Small's Great American Restaurant boasts junkyard ambience, complete with wood-slat walls and car parts for decor. This family-friendly restaurant is famous for unbelievably generous portions of burgers, nachos and the best cheese sticks in town. Healthier meals and a new Sunday brunch are also available, along with a full bar. Come in during your birthday month for a chance to "grab all the cash you can" in a small booth filled with swirling money.
  • Vino's Pizza-Pub-Brewery

    923 West 7th Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 8466
    Offering alternative music shows, the best brews and great food for little money, Vino's Pizza-Pub-Brewery is a popular spot for a variety of crowds. The restaurant features huge portions of pizza, sandwiches and salads at great prices. The pizza margherita is incredible. The pub boasts 10 special brews, including Shamrock Stout and Quapaw Quarter Porter. The back room sees the most excitement, with nightly performances from alternative bands to poetry slams.
  • Cock of the Walk

    7103 Cock of the Walk Drive Maumelle, AR 72113 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 7182
    For great Southern food, venture to Cock of the Walk for award-winning fried catfish, crisp coleslaw and the moist jalapeno cornbread that comes with every meal. Kids especially enjoy watching the waiters flip the cornbread over in a skillet. Table service is very simple and country, you eat out of tin pans and drink from jelly jars. It is easy to relax in this casual pond-side setting. Hear the peacocks crow and watch the turtles surface for a bit of leftover bread.
  • El Porton Mexican Restaurant

    12111 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 223 8588
    This popular restaurant serves generous portions of authentic Mexican family recipes, all at reasonable prices. Every choice on the well-rounded menu is deliciously flavorful. Locals rave about the white cheese dip and fresh cilantro that is generously incorporated into most dishes. The combination meals provide a number of delectable options and are an extra-good value. Choose one with a Poblano pepper stuffed with gooey cheese for something a little different. Here's an added hint: check the local phone book for coupons. A child's menu and food-to-go options provide added conveniences for families.
  • Capers

    14502 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 868 7600
    Eating inside by the fire or outside on the deck, Capers' laid-back dining features New-American Cuisine and an award-winning wine list. The elegantly casual atmosphere is almost as enjoyable as the food. Start with the artichokes with fresh mushroom stuffing, topped with lump crabmeat and spicy Cajun cream sauce. Then try the filet mignon or rib-eye steaks coupled with Capers' signature sauces. The grilled salmon is also a treat. Arkansas' Best Salad features mixed baby lettuces topped with fresh Arkansas-grown tomatoes, mozzarella and crumbled feta cheese, a fresh basil chiffonade and a masterful balsamic vinaigrette.
  • Juanita's Mexican Cafe & Bar

    614 President Clinton Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1228
    A well-established Mexican restaurant located in a revitalized section of downtown, Juanita's is known locally for its generous portions of Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Spinach Enchiladas and the best fajitas in the city. Juanita's also features live music nightly, including the longest running blues jam in the nation each Tuesday night. Drop in for reggae on Sunday nights, or visit any other evening for everything from Rhythm and Blues to alternative music. Juanita's is a good, hip choice for fun during lunch, dinner or after hours.
  • Cajun's Wharf

    2400 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 5351
    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.
  • Graffiti's Italian Restaurant

    7811 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 9079
    This intimate restaurant offers a variety of freshly-prepared cuisine. With its upbeat, quaint and upscale atmosphere, Gaffitis invites those with discriminating tastes. The menu provides Italian traditionals, such as Spaghetti, Lasagna and Fettucini Alfredo. Or, try a deliciously different selection such as the Veal Asso Buco or Lemon Chicken in Boullion. Chocolate lovers must try the Chocolate Extreme for dessert, a truffle ball with almonds, rasberry sauce and whipped cream. A full wine list provides you with the perfect option to accompany your meal.
  • Murry's Dinner Playhouse

    6323 Colonel Glenn Road Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 562 3131
    Dine in style while watching a well-performed musical or comedy. An area tradition for over 30 years, Murry's features several talented local actors in popular plays such as 42nd Street, Opal is a Diamond and Pajama Tops. The lesser-known comedies are always a blast, and on especially fun nights the cast will ad lib half way through the performance. Dinner includes a well-stocked buffet with roast beef, poultry, pasta, salads and desserts. Don't be too absorbed in the play to not enjoy the delicious meal. Special group rates are available.
  • The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    323 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 8032
    The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium features more than 200 beers from over 15 countries. The Ace Apple and Pear Cider on tap are out of this world. Drink specials every Monday through Wednesday nights help offset the expense. A variety of appetizers and entrees will keep your stomach from grumbling. The nacho grande saucedillas are excellent. Cigar aficionados will find a wide selection to smoke while lounging on a sofa inside or watching passers-by from an outside bench.
  • Burge's Hickory Smoked Turkey's & Hams

    5620 R Street Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 1660
    For succulent turkeys and hams, visit the family-owned and operated Burges' restaurant. Enjoy a delicious sandwich with homemade sides, like coleslaw or potato salad. Or take home dinner for the family. Any one of the smoked meats, catfish or barbecue selections is a sure bet. Located in a storefront shopping center in the Heights, the dining area is bright with simple cafe' chairs and tables, typically occupied by local business professionals and families.
  • Ashley's at the Capital

    111 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 7474
    One of the most elegant restaurants in Little Rock, located in The Capital Hotel, Ashley's offers diners a five-star experience. Choose from any number of creatively-presented entrees and a dessert cart filled with the finest pastries. Sunday's lavish brunch is an area favorite, providing a wide array of choices, including a wide dessert selection. For a special after-dinner treat, ask for the Ashley's Coffee, the making of which is a show in itself.
  • Butcher Shop Steakhouse

    10825 Hermitage Road Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 312 2748
    Pick your steak and cook it yourself, or just let the helpful wait staff take care of you. The succulent meats and bountiful portions are anything but average, providing real value for your money. Unless you just are not in the mood for red meat, order the obvious as; if you aren't, however, there is a selection of chicken, pork, lamb, seafood and pasta.  The large, fresh salads, the side dishes and the huge desserts will leave you asking for a doggy box. The Butcher Shop also features a signature slow roasted Prime Rib.
  • Brave New Restaurant

    2300 Cottondale Lane Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 2677
    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.
  • Cheers In the Heights

    2010 North Van Buren Street Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 5937
    This great little neighborhood restaurant is a favorite amongst people all over the city. The fun, colorful decor is a great reflection of the fun, lighthearted and soulful food found on the menu. Southern and Cajun specialties dominate with dishes like fried crawfish tails and their Pasta Orleans with creole sauce. Apart from the Big Easy themed dishes there are favorites like giant salads, Cheer's Chili Pie, scallops and a great selection of sandwiches from Po' Boys to their classic Reuben and burgers.
  • Far East Asian Cuisine & Bar

    11610 Pleasant Ridge Drive Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 219 9399
    For Chinese cuisine, this sophisticated yet restaurant is very popular in the area for its menu of traditional and Americanized Chinese dishes. Fresh ingredients abound in dishes like crispy quails, tea-smoked duck, Mongolian beef and Lo Mein. The spicier dishes have a tolerable heat level, so do not be afraid to try them. Daily lunch specials come with fried or steamed rice, egg roll and soup.
  • Canon Grill

    2811 Kavanuagh Blvd Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 2068
    Located in a historic-storefront building in charming Hillcrest, this neighborhood establishment is abuzz with patrons with its wide menu and fun atmosphere, complete with neon chili pepper lighting. Although the Mexican fare gets first billing, the pizza and pasta are mouth-watering as well. The quesadillas are outstanding. House specialties include a tuna steak and hand-rolled Chile Rellenos. Enjoy imported and domestic beers and wine by the glass.
  • Chips Barbecue

    9801 West Markham Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 4346
    Located on the west side of town, you can smell Chips' mouth-watering aroma from blocks away. Chow down on baby-back ribs or a generous pork sandwich with sides of coleslaw and beans. Be sure to save room for a slice of one of the homemade pies. Chips is a down-to-earth place in the heart of a booming chain restaurant area. Choose a booth or table, and then walk up to the window to place your order. Come with a good appetite and bring cash, Chips does not accept checks or credit cards.
  • Big on Tokyo

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 6200
    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.
  • Sekisui

    219 North Shackleford Road Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 7070
    Check out Little Rock's hottest new restaurant. Sekisui is the area's hippest Japanese restaurant, drawing a crowd that is usually a well-to-do younger group. There is good reason why so many locals eat here. Although the food is a bit costly compared to other area Japanese restaurants, the food is delicious. A novel conversation starter is the revolving sushi bar. Tempt your palate with Hibachi grilled vegetables, Teppanyaki steaks, shrimp and chicken.
  • Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant

    4154 E McCain Blvd Little Rock, AR 72117 United States - Phone: +1 501 945 8010
    Here at Little Rock's friendliest Mexican restaurant, you will notice the exceptional service from the moment you walk in the door. And to top it off, the food is fantastic. From chicken taco salads with crisp shells, to enchiladas dripping with cheese, the menu is filled with delicious variety, and all is affordable. Try something out of the ordinary like shrimp smothered with a zesty (and extremely hot) tomato garnish.
  • Georgia's Gyros

    2933 Lakewood Village Drive Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 753 5090
    Don't miss a trip to one of the area's most tasty restaurants. Gone are the hamburgers and long lines. Instead, amongst this extremely casual, leave-your-shirttails-out crowd, you will find authentic Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine (as well as all your favorite American beer). Savor one of Georgia's famous gyros filled with beef, lamb or chicken topped with cucumber yogurt sauce and wrapped in a thick pita. Come in during happy hour for terrific drink specials.
  • Andina Cafe

    433 East 3rd Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 2326
    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.
  • Daddy's Deli & Catering

    7805 Kampground Way Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 225-0665
    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.
  • Yen Ching Chinese/Korean Restaurant

    1521 Merrill Drive Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 228 9969
    If you are looking for something a bit different for dinner, you cannot beat Korean cuisine. With tantalizing choices such as Kim Chi (spicy pickled cabbage), Chop Chae Noodle and Ojing A-Spicy Squid, you might be a bit unsure of what to order. The best deal by far is the buffet, which allows you to sample almost all of the dishes. The restaurant is decorated with Korean and Chinese icons, and the staff wears traditional Korean costumes. You, however, can just dress casually.
  • Jimmy's Serious Sandwiches

    5116 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 3354
    One of Little Rock's favorite diners, this place packs them in at lunch and during football season. Located across from War Memorial Stadium, the sandwiches here are magnificent. Jimmy's also makes terrific salads and appetizers. Try the "It's Greek to Me" salad, sprinkled with feta cheese, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes. Kids can order hamburgers, pizza or corn dogs.
  • Mount Fuji Japanese Restaurant

    10301 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 6498
    Expect friendliness and formality the second you walk in, as all the employees stop to give you a traditional Japanese greeting. The food is as good as the service, with the largest sushi selection in town and large T-rolls. Check out the Happy Hour Sushi Special, offered every Tuesday through Sunday from 5:30p-7p, which includes a variety plate of sushi for a great price. The menu also features tempura, soft shell crab, and a variety of soups. Each is fairly priced.
  • Acoustic Sounds Cafe

    600 Pleasant Valley D Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 0000
    While this place does not exactly qualify as a cafe (it is located in a Presbyterian church), it does serve coffee and snacks. But the main attraction here is the music. From mellow folk music, to upbeat pop tunes, to modern Christian songs, variety is a sure thing. Each Friday night, the social room of this church is transformed into a pseudo-coffee house. The crowd is primarily young, but not limited to the Christian faith. The church does everything they can to create an open, family-friendly environment.
  • Buffalo Grill

    1611 Rebsamen Park Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 296 9535
    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.
  • Cotham's in the City

    1401 West 3rd Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 370 9177
    Cotham's is what the South's all about: huge portions that are deliciously bad for you. Try a wonderfully greasy Hubcap Burger with all the fixings, or choose a fried-plate lunch complete with fresh-cut French fries and corn. The onion rings here are huge and delicious, as are the desserts. The relaxing and inviting atmosphere features country decor, but it is not overdone. Located near the state capitol, Cotham's is a popular lunch site for families, business professionals and state legislators.
  • Delicious Temptations Restaurant/Gourmet

    11220 N Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 6893
    This restaurant is a hotspot for young socialites, and the dining area stays abuzz with local gossip. Breakfast here is the best, with a variety of fresh options. Try the Nest Egg—three eggs scrambled with a medley of vegetables, placed on whole-wheat pita bread and topped with cheese, olives and tomatoes. Lunch brings tasty soups, salads, pastas and creative pita sandwiches; the grilled chicken pasta is especially good. The portions are sized just right to leave room for a slice of cheesecake or carrot cake for dessert.
  • The Oyster Bar

    3003 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 7100
    Cajun cooking does not get any better than in this "deliberately dingy" restaurant with splintering walls and a melange of odd items along the walls. Famous for their oysters, the rest of the spicy food is noteworthy too. Enjoy Zydeco music as you peel and eat large juicy shrimp, or try a huge po' boy sandwich filled with shrimp, fish or chicken. The crowd is diverse and thick on weekends. Happy hour is daily from 3p-6:30p.
  • Riverfront Steakhouse

    2 Riverfront Place North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 7825
    This steakhouse, located in the Wyndham Riverfront Little Rock, comes complete with a view overlooking the Arkansas River. Prepared just as you want them, the steaks are rather large, as are all portions. The grilled chicken is tasty, and the salads are above average, with a colorful medley of vegetables. Its simple atmosphere provides the perfect outing for a relaxed business dinner or an evening with friends.
  • Your Mama's Good Food

    215 Center Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1811
    The food here may remind you of home, with simple and filling entrees. Set up cafeteria-style, choose what you want to eat, then pay before eating. Dishes include chicken fried steak, surprisingly good meatloaf and large hamburgers. Sides are the classic homestyle items such as corn, mashed potatoes, fries and salad. Prices vary depending on the amounts of entrees and sides you choose. There is also a children's-sized meal.
  • Zack's Place

    1400 South University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 6444
    This friendly neighborhood hangout doubles as a buzzing restaurant by night. Located just down the road from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, expect to see plenty of college students during your visit. At least three servers are guaranteed to greet you as soon as you set foot in the door. Grab a booth and start examining the plentiful menu. Or, if you prefer, take in a game of darts before eating. The huge smoky burgers are a definite recommendation. Other good choices are the shrimp salad, pastas and grilled chicken marinated with Italian dressing. The cheese sandwiches are a simple but popular option as well. A full bar is available.
  • Lindsey's Barbecue

    203 East 14th Street Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 5901
    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.
  • Middle Eastern Cuisine

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1662
    Try something different for lunch. The people who work at this small booth located in the River Market are the friendliest around, happily explaining any dish to you. The place serves the popular Gyro, as well as Hummus, Tabouleh and Eggplant Dip. Try the Souvlaki, which is made of thin layers of pastry dough, stuffed with feta cheese and spinach, and cooked to a golden brown. Then, order Baklava for dessert.
  • Fantastic China

    1900 North Grant Street Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 8999
    This tiny restaurant, located in the charming Heights' district, draws a fairly-large, mid-30s crowd each weekend. The prices are a bit higher than your average Chinese restaurant, but this place is anything but average. The menu includes revamped versions of the usual Chinese fare, each served with artistic presentation. Look for larger, fresher vegetables and more generous servings of meat and seafood. The atmosphere is contemporary and upbeat, with modern Chinese rock in the background. Free delivery is available in a limited area.
  • Walker's Bar-B-Que Company

    5107 Warden Road Suite 2 Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 3145
    In addition to barbecue standards such as pork, beef, smoked sausage, barbecue platters and fried pies, Walker's also serves a variety of other items like burgers, chilidogs and even tamales. The baked potatoes are huge and come smothered with your choice of toppings. The décor is surprisingly unlike most barbecue restaurants, with a light and airy dining area adorned by hanging plants. The box lunch is a great deal if you are in a hurry. Custom catering is also available.
  • Terrace on the Green

    2200 Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 217 9393
    This small restaurant serves a wonderful variety of dishes, from Greek eggplant salads, to Italian pastas, to Thai chicken in peanut sauce. You cannot go wrong with any dish prepared by chef and owner Jerry Barakat, and the portions are more than enough. Do not be discouraged if you have trouble finding the place; it is located on the bottom floor of an office building, and most of its lunch clientele are business executives. Still, its romantic candlelit tables by night make it a great spot for a romantic evening.
  • Pizza D'Action

    2919 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 5403
    This place has some of the best pizza in town. The pies are larger than most with toppings aplenty, especially on the Pizza D'Resistance. The menu also includes tasty appetizers (the mozzarella sticks are great), huge salads, sandwiches and plate lunches of pasta and other Italian dishes. The full bar features a selection of pitcher-beer choices that goes beyond the norm, making this a popular hangout for Little Rock's young alternative crowd, especially on weekend nights. Families flock there during the week to fill up for relatively little cash.
  • Senor Tequila

    10300 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 5505
    This family-owned restaurant serves all your favorite dishes, as well as great lunch specials for less than $5. The restaurant also has a full bar, with happy hour from 4p-7p each night. The Chimichanga is golden brown and stuffed with your choice of meat, beans and rice. Also, the Shrimp Fajitas are spicy and juicy. The white queso is a great addition to the chips and salsa that come with every meal. A mariachi band plays on occasion, adding extra fun to an already enjoyable experience.
  • Coast Cafe

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 371 0164
    The food at this River Market restaurant is primarily American and Italian, serving up everything from onion rings to personal pizzas with a variety of toppings. The sandwiches surpass the average deli. The turkey melt is hot and seasoned to perfection. You will also find a modest breakfast menu of egg biscuits, bacon and pancakes. Gourmet coffee is served all day. It was formerly known as Emerald Coast Cafe.
  • Ciao

    405 West 7th Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 0238
    This casual bistro is one of the best in downtown Little Rock, with terrific, creative and affordable food and particularly friendly services. Dishes like Fettuccine Pescatore and Eggplant Parmesan keep dedicated customers returning to this authentic Italian restaurant. The chicken Marsala is excellent, as is the Scampi. Be sure and try some of the dessert Cannoli, which is a pastry stuffed with creme and chocolate chips.
  • Cafe Mexicana

    6929 JFK Blvd Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 835 7876
    From the twangy Texan music to the adobe-style walls, this place is fun. The cuisine is primarily Tex-Mex, and you can order most dishes by level of spice you desire. Be warned: "fire" is not for the light-hearted! The menu is ample and includes taquitos, tostados, burritos and fajitas. The Steak Fajitas, as well as the Steak Mexican (smothered with tomatoes and peppers) are menu highlights.
  • La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant

    3024 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 661 0600
    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.
  • Whole Hog Cafe

    2516 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 5025
    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.
  • Acadia

    3000 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 603 9630
    Chef James Hale's presentation of this restaurant's excellent dishes is sublime, and the taste equals the presentation. The menu offers a wonderful selection of New American cuisine filled with extraordinarily-good food, such as the buttermilk fried quail with garlic mashed potatoes or oven-roasted duck breast with a Guinness-honey mustard and white truffled-portobello mushroom jack cheese grits. The daily changing soup shows flair and originality, and the desserts are perfection. Grab a seat in the warmly-lit and classy dining room or on the beautiful outdoor patio and dive in to a delicious meal.
  • Cafe Prego

    5510 Kavanaugh Blvd Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 5355
    Located in a house in the heart of the historic Heights district, Owner Louis Petit makes this little cafe a favorite for area business professionals. If weather permits, ask to eat on the patio. Service throughout dinner is impeccable, as is the food. The pasta dishes are marvelous. From a crisp Chicken Parmesan to eggplant spaghetti, to angel hair pasta with cream sauce, it is all perfection. Order the Crème Brulee for dessert; it is the best in town.
  • Igibon Japanese Food House

    11121 N Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 217 8888
    After a minor setback by a fire, Igibon is back in business and better than ever with a new and improved menu. It serves terrific sushi (order a sushi plate to sample them all), Sashimi, Tempura and teriyaki dishes, as well as offers an extensive wine and beer selection. You can sample Sapporo, a popular beer in Japan. The employees treat the customers like family, which warrants coming back. Families occasionally frequent, but the main clientele tends to be those in their late 20s on up.
  • Kelley's Bistro

    11321 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 2111
    If, upon glancing at the menu, you think you might have mistakenly wandered into a zoo, never fear. Kelley's is decorated with brass pots, hanging vines and an unusual assortment of oddities on the shelves. With dishes such as Jameson Pecan Trout, Kangaroo Fillet and Ostrich Lion Fillet, the meals may sound like a menagerie, but they will surprise you with inventiveness. The service is pleasant and prompt, and the place fills up on weekends.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    4401 Warden Road Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 771 7799
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    105 Markham Park Dr. Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 7655
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Ristorante Cảpeo

    425 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 3463
    This restaurant-cum-bar is one of the more popular Italian joints in town. Seating 77 people at a time, this eatery delights its patrons with delicacies from the kitchen of Chef Eric Isaac. Start off with the Veal and Vegetable Soup or the Tomato and Gorgonzola Soup. Try the fried fish or Mozarella Caprese. Grab a plate of the Fettuccini Alfredo or the Risotto. Munch on the Chicken Marsala or the Beef Tenderloin. Savor the Irish cream or the Tiramisu. Top it all off with one of the coffees or the Cảpeo House. You could bring your own drink for a corkage fee, but with such a wine list on offer why bother? Open Monday to Friday from 5 p.m.
  • IHOP

    101 North University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 2014
    The perfect American breakfast is incomplete without pancakes. If you are looking for just that, then IHOP is the place for you! The traditional dishes still rule the roost, but dishes like buttermilk pancakes, pigs in blanket still grace the menu. Amongst breakfast items, popular ones include omelets, crepes and waffles. For dinner, hot favorites are chicken roasted in herbs, pot roast and T-bone steak. Amongst old favorites is Rooty-Tooty Fresh'-n-Fruity. One great aspect of IHOP is that senior citizens are taken care of. Smaller meals with lower rates are offered to them. They also have a special kids menu. So go ahead, explore the American culture with a typical American breakfast!
  • Chuck E. Cheese's

    10901 Rodney Parham Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 8363
    Chuck E. Cheese's is the place to unleash the child inside you. Founded by Nolan Bushnell in May 1977, the first restaurant opened in San Jose, California. Since then, it has spread with over 500 centers in 48 states and 5 countries. Chuck E Cheese's houses many interactive video games for kids to enjoy and also has a playground with colorful balls and elevated Sky Tubes. The menu includes pizzas, hot dogs, grilled sandwiches and desserts. Pink candy floss is also available for tots and adults alike. This is the ideal place to spend quality time with your family.
  • Trio's Good Food to Go

    8201 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 3330
    A year after the establishment of the Pavilion in the Park shopping center in Little Rock, Trio's opened as an informal eatery. Back then, it was known for the wonderfully delicious eclectic cuisine as it is today. If you do visit here, ensure you check out the daily specials before browsing through the menu. Fresh fruits served with yogurt and poppy seeds, or homemade soups are the lightest appetizers you will find. Their signature Chicken Salad comprises tarragon and walnuts and comes with banana bread and 'Mattie's bing cherry jello'! The menu, however, changes very often and seasonal offerings are the best. Trio's own Orange Crush, Watermelon Crawl or Cuban infusion are excellent thirst quenchers.
  • Odell's Uptown

    401 West Capitol Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 5494
    Odell's Uptown, at the base of the Metropolitan Bank Building, is quickly becoming one of Little Rock's favorite spots for great Southern food with a healthy attitude. They use only the freshest ingredients, many locally grown. They also cater events.
  • Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack

    107 South Commerce Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 7707
    Sticky Fingerz in Little Rock emphasizes on good food and good music. They keep looking out for bands like The See, Del Castillo, and Lucious Spiller Band, playing different genres of music from rock, pop, alternative to jazz and blues. The opening acts by smaller, local bands are always just as interesting as the main performances. Shows start around 9 or 10p and go on for a few hours. Their menu is an interesting compilation of fast food such as burgers, the house specialty of chicken fingerz , grilled chicken and salads. Check the website for information on upcoming shows.
  • Denton's Trotline

    2150 Congo Road Benton, AR 72015-2751 United States - Phone: +1 501 315-1717
  • Lulav

    220 West 6th Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 5100
    A great neighborhood favorite, Lulav is a must visit restaurant. The classy, soft and romantic ambiance will sure keep you coming back. The must tries here are the aranchini, lamb chops, carbonara, and calamari. They have an exquisite and extensive bar on offer; do not miss trying from the 115 different variety of wines. Their live music nights here are beautiful. The service is great but the prices get a little steep. Their banquets are on offer for your celebrations and private parties. For more information, call ahead. 
  • Copeland’s Restaurant of Little Rock

    2602 Shackleford Road Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 312 1616
    Copeland’s Restaurant of Little Rock offers a beautiful and elegant ambiance serving authentic New Orleans cuisine. The southern Louisiana dishes on the menu is much appreciated by the patrons. Some of the delicacies to be tried here are stuffed catfish, crab, broccoli balls, flying fish, gumbo and a lot more variety. The special desserts here cannot be missed at all; try the banana fosters, brownies, bread puddings, and the highest of all, the cheesecake. They offer their banquet and catering services for various functions, parties, birthdays, anniversaries, grand dinners and can accommodate up to about 100 guests. For more information and reservations, cal ahead.
  • So Restaurant Bar

    3610 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 1464
    So Restaurant Bar is one of the neighborhood favorites. Their ambiance is upscale, elegant and great for romantic dinners. The outdoor seating proves a great experience with a great view. Some of the dishes you may try here are mushroom risotto, steaks, primo louis fillet, born in pork chops, and lots more. The desserts here are unique; do try the chocolate box. The cocktails and wine selections are extensive and a must with your meals. The lounge is well equipped with television screens and wi-fi internet access for the patrons. They also offer their space for private events, functions and celebrations. For more information and reservations, call ahead.
  • Arthur's Prime Steakhouse

    27 Rahling Circle Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 1838
    Arthur's Prime Steakhouse is a great restaurant in the neighborhood. The atmosphere here is quiet, dim lit and a place perfect for fine dining. The staff and service here is extremely friendly and polite. Their food is much appreciated by the patrons. You may want to try mainly the steaks, lamb chops, rare ahi tuna, Chicago bone-in rib eye, soups and salads. Make sure you leave some space for the mouthwatering desserts. Accompany your delicious steaks with a drink of your choice from the extensive bar. They also incorporate private events and catering services for special occasions. For more information, call ahead.
  • Ya Ya's Euro Bistro

    17711 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 1144
    Once you are at Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, you will be glad to choose this wonderful dining spot. They have it all; from ambiance, to service, to the food and drinks menu. Some of the dishes you could try here are the bruschetta, beef carpaccio, crab cakes, steaks, salads, pastas and pizzas. The desserts are a must! The extensive bar offers ample variety of wines and spirits to choose from. They also offer their space to host your private events, functions and celebrations along with catering services. Call ahead for more details.
  • Starving Artist Cafe

    411 Main Street North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 7976
    Starving Artist Cafe is a family-owned place that has a warm and welcoming ambiance. The walls of the cafe adorn the gorgeous work of artists from around. A restaurant has a lovely patio where you can sit and order. If you want to grab a light bite, then try out the Herb Chicken Salad or the Smoked Ham and White Bean Soup. If you are looking for a full meal, then the Braised Lamb Shank Provençal comes highly recommended.
  • Saddle Creek Woodfired Grill

    2703 Lakewood Village Drive North Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 812 0883
    Saddle Creek Woodfired Grill serves some really delicious steaks. The meat served here is from the best cuts and is well flavored and perfectly cooked. The ambiance here is a sophisticated with a casual touch. It is a great place to come in a group, or with a date. Try out the delicious Maple-Mustard Glazed Pork Chop. You could also order the Sirloin and Ribs or the Alaskan King Crab Legs.
  • Flying Fish

    511 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 3474
    Fresh catch from the sea, grilled to perfection to bring out delicious flavors, is what you can expect at Flying Fish. Seafood delights, varying across fish, shrimp, oysters, crab, catfish and crawfish are offered here. If seafood is not what you're looking for, worry not, they also have an array of chicken, burgers and salads to please the discerning palate. Flying Fish is an ideal place to gorge on sumptuous meals at budget rates. This restaurant takes pride in featuring the first Billy Bass Adoption Wall, where Billy Bass donated by a customer is mounted.
  • Vesuvio Bistro

    1315 Breckenridge Drive Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 246 5422
    Italian dining is all about good food and good company. Bring your friends and family to Vesuvio Bistro, which serves authentic Italian dishes in a welcoming atmosphere. The menu is full of savory pasta and meat dishes, which are great to follow with ricotta cheesecake. Besides a great wine selection, Vesuvio offers amazing martinis to complete your dining experience. 
  • The Pantry

    11401 Rodney Parham Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 353 1875
    In true European style, dining at The Pantry is about the experience you have with friends and family. There's no rush, so take your time and chat over a glass of wine. For starters, try the truffled deviled eggs, which are topped with Parmesan crisps. You'll find fantastic beers on tap to complement your food. Don't leave without trying the cheesecake, which is topped with a layer of creme brulee; it's as indulgent as it sounds!
  • Kiyens

    17200 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 7272
    Sushi done right is exquisite, and at Kiyens you'll find fresh, delicious sushi along with other Japanese dishes. The atmosphere is casual and vibrant, so it's a great place to come whether you're dining alone or celebrating with a group. They have a good selection of wine and sake. You can also find handmade bread baked daily here. For fresh, quality sushi, look no further than Kiyens!
  • The Capital Bar & Grill

    111 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 7474
    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. 
  • Big Orange Burgers, Salads & Shakes

    17809 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 1515
    Big Orange Burgers, Salads & Shakes has something for everyone. Their burgers come in a variety of flavors, including the Mushroom Melt and the Atom Bomb, which is topped with Jack cheese, pickled jalapeños, Sriracha, and chipotle-red pepper mayo. You can choose to have a beef burger, turkey burger, or even a veggie patty! For your side, you'll definitely want to try the sweet potato waffle fries. 
  • Layla's Gyros and Pizzeria

    9501 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227-6207 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 7272
    Putting a spin on a traditional dish, Layla's Gyros and Pizzeria serves a great gyro calzone. They have a selection of salads, sandwiches, and platters, all featuring flavorful meats and vegetables. They serve pizza as well, all with friendly service. Try the falafel platter, which includes these delicious fried snacks along with hummus, tzatziki sauce, and pita bread. Leave room for dessert and enjoy the baklava!
  • Damgoode Pies

    6706 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 2239
    Since 2001 Damgoode Pies has been living up to its name, serving creative, delicious pizzas. Besides the usual hand-tossed and thin crust options, their signature Stuffy pizzas have extra sauce, cheese, and toppings between two crusts. As for the sauce, say goodbye to boring marinara, because here you can also get pesto, alfredo, their original spicy white sauce, or combine two of these!
  • Zaza Fine Salad & Woodoven Pizza Co

    5600 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 661 9292
    Come to Zaza and experience amazing salad, pizza, and gelato. The salad ingredients are fresh, and you can build it with your favorite veggies and dressings. The pizza here has a crunchy, thin crust, and comes in varieties such as four cheese and feta, potato, and rosemary. Gelato flavors include pistachio and dulce de leche. The atmosphere is casual, and it's a popular spot for lunch on weekdays. 
  • Boulevard Bread Company

    1920 North Grant Street Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 5951
    Open since 2000, this popular Little Rock bakery is known for its outstanding artisan breads, Italian coffee and European style pastries. Everything at this charming establishment is made with thought and care, from using the finest organic, in-season ingredients, to being committed to being an environmentally low impact small business. The daily menu consists of a variety of gourmet sandwiches, salads, paninis, breakfast sandwiches and decadent desserts. Their selection of freshly baked bread, charcuterie, and cheeses make for excellent items to bring home and integrate into your own cooking.
  • Dizzy's Gypsy Bistro

    200 River Market Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 3500
    This modern bistro has an eye for detail, from the carefully selected items on the menu and the gorgeous artwork on display, to even the carryout containers that 100% biodegradable. Even the most pickiest of palate can find something on the diverse menu; comfort food classic, burgundy stroganoff or the mozzarella and Roma tomato sandwich for vegetarians and a raw salad of fresh veggies, nuts, and balsamic vinaigrette for those watching their waistline! Their wine and cocktail list is just as impressive with labels that hail from around the world.
  • Dugan's Pub

    401 East Third Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 244 0542
    Lifelong dream of owner Don Dugan, Dugan's Pub has quickly become a local favorite. Raising the bar on the usual pub-grub, Dugan's cuisine is made from scratch, using fresh, local ingredients. Expect to find traditional pub fare like soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches and burgers. An unexpected find is there Irish portion of the menu, which features bangers and mash, Guinness chicken and of course the ubiquitous corned beef hash. The decor lends a cozy air to the bright and open space with dark wood furnishings, stained glass accents, intimate booths and even a double sided fireplace.
  • Creegen's Irish Pub

    301 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 7468
    Tucked away in North Little Rock, Creegen'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. 
  • Bennett's Military Supplies

    302 Main Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 2944 / +1 877 522 7156 (Toll Free)
    Bennett's Military Supplies hails itself as the oldest and largest store of its kind. Specializing in camping and military supplies and clothing, the store features authentic merchandise, some dating as far back as World War II and the Korean War. Bennett's sells fatigues, knives, swords and boots, as well as a wide variety of tents, camping gear and backpacks in both school and camping styles.
  • Barbara/Jean Ltd

    7811 Cantrell Rd Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 0054 / +1 800 207 2590 (Toll Free)
    High quality women's clothing with superior service can only be found in Little Rock's premier boutique. Pamper yourself in specially tailored outfits by Escada, Donna Karan and St. John. Allow yourself to be spoiled by the helpful fashion consultants who will find a style that fits your lifestyle and personality. Indulge in a makeover or skin analysis (which uses premier Erno Laszlo skin products). Once you experience fashion and service like this, you will be hooked for life.
  • Been-Around Records & CDs

    1216 S University Ave Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 8767
    If you are looking for a hard-to-find CD, tape or record, or if you are just tired of paying exorbitant prices for music, visit Been-Around. They buy, sell or trade old music. Collect music posters? Here is a little known secret, a free stash of old store posters is located under the record bin. Stroll down memory lane in the record section, or buy that video you always wanted to see at an unbeatable price.
  • Ozark Outdoor Supply

    5514 Kavanaugh Blvd Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 4832
    Ready to take on rugged outdoor activities like camping, snow skiing or kayaking but don't have the supplies? Let the experts at Ozark Outdoor Supply, located in the pleasant Heights district, help you find them. Serving Little Rock since 1972, this store carries Birkenstock shoes as well as hiking, snowboarding and other supplies. Dependable brands include The North Face, Wave Sport, Tecnica and Obermeyer.
  • River City Coffee, Tea & Cream

    2715 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 661 1496
    River City has just the gift you need for a birthday, wedding or anniversary. Its beautiful gift baskets are filled with delicious shortbread cookies, flavorful coffee, imported jams and rich fudge. Or, create your own personalized basket with the shop's wonderful selection of aromatic specialty coffees, delectable hand-dipped chocolates and soothing teas in a variety of flavors. They offer shipping world-wide.
  • B. Barnett Cosmetics & Perfumes

    8201 Cantrell Rd Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 223 2514
    At B Barnett's, it is always time to spoil yourself. Indulge your senses with scents and cosmetics by LaPrairie, Murad, Versace and more. The friendly staff members are always willing to offer you samples of their favorite products. Refresh your body in the Facial Salon, where you can enjoy European facials, a therapeutic massage or aromatic body treatment. B Barnett's also offers peels, waxing, manicures and pedicures.
  • Chainwheel

    10300 Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 7651
    Established in 1971, Chainwheel is Arkansas' largest bicycle store. With a reputation like that, you expect high quality products—and you get them. Not only does this store sell a wide selection of bikes, they also sell clothing and accessories. And they repair all brands of bikes. You can find brands like Raleigh, Gary Fisher, Javelin, Klein, and much, much more. The staff is terrific and always has the latest scoop on local races and events.
  • River Market

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    The River Market is the most popular locale in Little Rock, both for tourists and locals. With more than 17 merchants housed inside, you can buy fresh breads, pastries, flowers, coffee and international groceries. There are several cafés located in the market where you can taste Japanese, Italian or local cuisines. Just outside the market you will find even more interesting shops, bars and restaurants. This is the place to come for the perfect souvenir on your trip to the city. Besides, this place is always buzzing with concerts, festivals and other interesting activities, so check the website for further details.
  • Greenhaw's Men's Wear

    10301 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 8703
    Tired of clothes that never quite fit correctly? Come to Greenhaw's. Browse fine clothing lines such as Cole Haan, Canali, Versace and Tommy Bahama, or have suits, sport coats or pants custom-made to accommodate you perfectly. While the cost may seem a bit steep, it reflects the quality of service you receive at this clothing store. Alterations can be made for men ranging from 4'8" to 6'8" tall, typically taking seven to 10 days to complete.
  • Arkansas Record & CD Exchange

    4212 Macarthur Drive Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 753 7877
    Attention avid music collectors: great buys await you! With over 35,000 CDs, 100,000 oldie 45s and 100,000 LPs, you are sure to find that album you had when you were 10. Check out their imports as well. If you do not find what you are seeking, the staff can search and locate it for you. But their collection does not stop with music. Vintage toys, movie memorabilia, bar signs and mirrors, and other cool items are available for sale as well.
  • Baumans

    8201 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 800 231 0086(Toll Free) /+1 501 227 8797
    If you are seeking tasteful, stylish shoes, look no further than Baumans. Here you will find an exclusive collection of men's footwear in brands such as Ralph Lauren, Alden, Bally, Salvatore Ferragmo, Cole-Haan, Mephisto and more. Whether you are looking for dress shoes for a night on the town or casual shoes for relaxation, Baumans has what you need. Let the expert sales people help you find a style and size to fit you.
  • Racing Souvenirs of Arkansas

    4200 MacArthur Drive Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 758 5694
    Every serious racing fan should check out this store. Whether you are a fan of the late Dale Earnhardt, Mark Martin or Kyle Petty, you will find a great souvenir here. This small store sells officially-licensed NASCAR products including shirts, mugs, miniature cars and flags to help you root on your favorite driver. These items also make great gifts for your favorite racing fan.
  • Savers

    2516 Cantrell Rd Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 603 9831
    Why pay high prices at regular department stores when you can find clothing, toys, books and housewares for so much less? Savers has such an enormous selection that you can spend a whole day browsing here. The like-new clothes include modern and retro styles. Peruse a modest collection of locally-made jewelry and clay pots, made by a Little-Rock charity. The store also has frequent sales.
  • Hodgepodge Etc. Gift Baskets & Gifts

    1601 North Cypress Road Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 6501 / +1 800 264 2933 (Toll Free)
    Make your next gift-shopping trip a cinch by heading to Hodgepodge first. Choose from a wonderful selection of pre-made gift baskets, such as the "Golf Bag Thirst Quencher," which contains real golf balls, chocolate golf balls, games and snacks. Or try a romantic gift with potpourri and candles. Corporate gifts include fruit, wine and cheese, or coffee and chocolate baskets. No matter what your need is, you will find the perfect gift basket here. Prices are reasonable, starting at $20. Catalog orders can be delivered across the U.S.
  • Jones & Son Fine Jewelry

    11121 Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 3433
    Let Jones & Son take care of all your jewelry needs. The store's diamond jewelry selection is spectacular, as it is a direct diamond importer. You will find everything from engagement rings to diamond necklaces to solitaire earrings, all of which are beautifully handcrafted. Browse platinum, pearl, silver and gold jewelry. A graduated gemologist is on hand to appraise your jewelry while you wait. The store also offers jewelry and watch repair and consignment services.
  • Stanley Jewelers

    3422 JFK Blvd Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 753 1081 / +1 800 844 1081 (Toll Free)
    This is a serious jewelry store with a classic selection of over 25 jewelry lines, including Chimento Italian jewelry, Art Carved wedding bands, Bulova watches and Richard Glatter Victorian Slides. Choose from an array of services including repair and appraisal. The store buys items on consignment, repairs clocks, strings pearls, repairs belts and engraves pieces. Serving the Little Rock area since 1936, the owners of Stanley's are superior gemologists.
  • Knowledge Tree

    825 N University Ave Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 2877
    Drag your children away from the video games and television and help them to use their imaginations. This store sells books that stimulate children to use deductive reasoning, with titles like "Whose Clues?," where clues are given to reveal characters from American history. Also available are educational toys, board games, stickers and more. The store is filled with wonderful-gift items for children of all ages. The Knowledge Tree also carries full lines of teacher aids and school supplies.
  • Scrapbook Corner

    11121 N Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 716 2767
    Make your memories last forever in a keepsake scrapbook that you make. Here you will not only find lessons in scrapbook making, but also unlimited supplies with which to turn your scrapbook into a work of art. You will find glue pens, protector sheets, paper cutout shapes, ribbon, paper, stickers, journal kits and more. If you have never thought about sprucing up the family album, come in and see what you can do, and at an affordable cost.
  • Footlights

    10720 Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 5446
    Make sure your child's next dance recital or gymnastics' competition really stands out with body wear from Footlights. They have got a great selection of leotards, skirts, tights and cover-ups, with a variety of colors and styles from which to choose. The brand names sold are dependable and affordable, including Capezio, Bloch, Danskin, Baryshnikov and Mirella. They also carry adult styles in gymnastics and dancewear. You can peruse their catalog for an additional selection of active wear and accessories.
  • Everything Australian

    6929 John F Kennedy Blvd Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 833 1600 / +1 877 800 0567 (Toll Free)
    Come shop at North Little Rock's most-interesting store. Opened by a pair of homesick Aussies, you will have as much fun browsing as you will buying. They sell some things you have heard of, like Vegemite, boomerangs and koala bear stuffed animals, as well as many unusual items for this neck-of-the-woods, like a didgeridoo, which is an Australian instrument of sorts. Add a road sign that says "Koalas Next 10 km" to your bedroom for an Australian flair. On-line ordering is also available.
  • Beyond Cotton

    10700 North Rodney Parham Road C3 Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 9195
    You will become enamored with the styles and selection at this popular boutique. The fabrics are amazingly light and airy, and come in a variety of colors, from the palest pastels to the brightest bolds. The store carries sundresses, skirts and blouses and other apparel perfect for a sunny summer day. Add a straw hat with decorative flowers to complete the ensemble. You will stay cool and stylish all year long. A number of body products are available to choose from as well.
  • Jodie Marie's

    3517 JFK Blvd Little Rock, AR 72116 United States - Phone: +1 501 771 9999
    Your kids will never complain about dressing themselves again. Jodie Marie's is filled with fun clothes your kids will love wearing. This shop, decorated with flowers, butterflies and bright colors, sells splashy swimsuits, trendy umbrellas and dainty dresses. They even sell flower-girl dresses and adorable dancewear. Buying clothes from this eclectic boutique means you are not only buying quality, but originality too. These clothes are not sold in the average department store.
  • Paul Morrell Formalwear

    120 South Victory Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 8899
    If you want a look that will make you stand out in a crowd, this is the place to shop. In this spacious store located just across the street from the Union Train Station, you will find a variety of sharp suits and tuxedos by brand-name designers. Enjoy the accommodating service offered at this boutique and get fitted properly for your suit. The salespeople are helpful and want to find you attire that will "suit" your frame, personality and checkbook.
  • Wild Card

    400 North Bowman Road Suite A13 Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 223 9071
    The name of this fun shop, located in the eclectic Bowman Curve Shopping Center, aptly describes its contents. It is a great place to find a gift for anyone, no matter what his or her interests. From brightly decorated yard flags waving outside the shop, to candles, cards and figurines, this store caters to a wide audience. While you are there, be sure to have your gift wrapped, free of charge.
  • Mark's Hobby Shop

    216 Cantrell Rd Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 296 9956
    Hook your kids on a positive hobby with something from this store. They will go crazy over the selection of kites, glider kits, model planes and cars. Is your child a budding scientist? Buy a science kit (guaranteed not to blow up your kitchen). Could your child be a future pilot? Check out the selection of rockets that actually fly. Mark's also carries model railroad equipment, airbrush supplies and a variety of model ships. Reasonable prices top off the selection, making this one store you will not want to miss
  • Kristin Todd Accessories

    10301 N Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 223 9191
    New trends and styles for the young woman are sure to hit Kristin Todd's boutique first. Here you will find hip clothing by top designers like Betsey Johnson and Mortezapashai. Aimed at young, chic women between the ages of 18 and 30, this store offers bold colors and patterns, stretch fabric and shiny, daring dresses. The accessories here are as fabulous as the clothes. The handbags and backpacks are equal to anything you will find in New York City.
  • Premium Pet Products

    9112 N Rodney Parham Rd Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 9873
    This store loves animals so much that the staff even invites pets to accompany their owners inside (on a leash, if you please). Here you will find a wide range of high-quality pet products, including scratching posts for the cat and comfy beds for the dog. There is a great selection of name-brand pet food, including Diamond and IAMS. You can find books on caring for your goldfish, parakeet or hamster, as well as fun play toys for all types of creatures.
  • Bearhill Interiors

    1420, Rebsamen Park Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 907 9272
    If 'lazy and comfortable' is more your style, Bearhill Interiors is your home away from home. Located at the intersection between Rebsamen Park and Cedar Hill Road, lush greenery will welcome you to the store. If the exterior seems peaceful, what awaits inside is serene. Cozy cushions accompany the couches so well that physical work would be the last thought on one's mind. Coffee tables, beautiful linens and fluffy beds: everything on display here is worth taking home!
  • Clinton Museum Store

    610 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 748 0400
    Part of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center, the Museum Store lies at the end of Clinton Avenue beyond the Byrd Street intersection. A collection of books written and co-authored by America's 42nd President, Bill Clinton, along with other various souvenir items like golf-balls and autographed apparels are available in this store. Bracelets and pins are sure to interest women to the shop. Wrist-watches form the crux of technological items. Soft toys, funky bags and dolls make sure kids aren't neglected either. All proceeds go towards the running of the Clinton foundation which helps fight AIDS and environmental problems amids various other global causes.
  • Danwerke International

    9816 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 9593
    Located at North Rodney Parham Road between the Old Forge and Southedge Drive intersections is a successful jewelery store called Danwerke International. Formed in 1984, this family-owned store has its fair share of offerings in jewelery including diamond rings, grand-father clocks, gold jewelery, watches or simple gift items. So to pick up the perfect ring before you pop the question or a gold pin as an anniversary gift, there are no second thoughts as to which place is best suited. Danwerke also services old-jewelery to bring it back to its lustrous best.
  • Fifth Season

    10020 Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 0544
    Next time you decide to crash into your friend's house for some food, make sure to visit Fifth Season first. Located at the long Rodney Parham Road, adjacent to the Old Forge curve, this dinner and gift-ware store has a host of products sure to make every feast lavish. Plates, spoons, dishes, this is the perfect place to choose china patterns for the big day or if the whole thing seems too fancy an investment, you can even order it for the occasion alone. Gift items can't be far where china is available. Not only can one choose from vases and pots, there are also crystal gifts on offer, sure to improve the future ambiance of your house.
  • Faux Pas Jewelry

    11525 Cantrell Road Suite 309 Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 716 2548
    Along with Danwerke International, 'Faux Pas' is one of the most prominent jewelers in Little Rock. The Kavanaugh Boulevard store was the first of the two opened in the city. Pearl and gold dominate the necklaces, bracelets and rings. It's the reasonably prices and the sincere manner of the designs that form the key aspects, helping Faux Pas stand the test of time. Aside from jewelry, the store also offers accessories like belts, handbags and scarves, making sure you step out of the place feeling complete.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    6000 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 5065
    Feel like dressing up like your favorite Hollywood Diva? Then get a complete wardrobe revamp at American Eagle Outfitters. Pick from a variety of colors and designs in accessories, lingerie, shoes and clothing available for both men and women. Unleash the inner designer in you. Mix n Match various garments to create your own trendy look. Whatever your choice of clothes, this store has something for everyone.
  • Park Plaza Mall

    6000 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 4956
    Little Rock's ultimate fashion destination is the Park Plaza Mall. Shop for stylish accessories, apparel, jewelry, bags, the trendiest best you can possess. Banana Republic, Claire's, American Eagle Outfitters to name a few of the designer labels available here. A memento from this place will surely be one of the best gifts to anyone. 
  • Whole Foods Market

    10700 North Rodney Parham Drive Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 312 2326
    Whole Foods Market is a chain of natural and organic product retailers in the US, Canada and UK. With the Whole Foods product one can be assured of enjoying products that are marked by high quality and grown in the most eco-friendly way. The market not only provides the residents of nearby area with organic produce but through its own small ways, like usage of recyclable bags tries reduce pollution. All in all come here for a unique shopping experience.
  • Apple Store The Promenade at Chenal

    17711 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 5130
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Promenade at Chenal

    17711 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 5552
    The Promenade at Chenal in West Little Rock is one of the most popular shopping destinations in the area. This open air shopping center houses all kinds of businesses, from worldwide brands to local independent shops. Visit establishments like J. Crew, Nike and Rock Paper Scissors. The Promenade also features several dining destinations encompassing a wide world of food styles, from fast food burgers to Asian bistro cuisine. The mall also has a nine sceen cinema with IMAX screen.
  • Midtowne Little Rock

    201 University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72205 United States
    While everyone can find stores to suit their interests at Midtowne. Shops in the mall include Chico's, Francesca's Collections, J. Jill and Williams-Sonoma, among others. There are also a couple of dining options, including Pei Wei Asian Diner and Cantina Laredo. Whatever your shopping needs, Midtowne is sure to have what you're looking for, plus more!
  • Box Turtle

    2616 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 661 1167
    This charming little boutique carries an assortment of items from locally made jewelry and accessories to housewares, clothing and unique trinkets. Everything found in Box Turtle is done by independent designers and artists who are both local and international. With a focus on giving back, most items found in this shop give a portion of their proceeds to deserving charities or help developing communities earn fair wages for locally made products. You'll surely find unique, one-of-a-kind gifts or something for yourself and can feel good about your purchase paying it forward.
  • Bella Boutique

    5623 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 603 5373
    Nestled in the Heights neighborhood of Little Rock, Bella Boutique features the unique combination of high end beauty products and linens. Owner Narcissa Jackson's love for bed, bath and beauty products led this former bridal consultant for Tiffany & Co. in Los Angeles, to scrimp and save in hopes for her own business one day. Now since its inception back in 2005, the boutique has thrived and become one of Little Rock's most popular shops. Shoppers will find everything from diffusers, candles and perfumes, to heavenly scented bubble bath, sugar body scrubs and high quality bed linens.
  • Pleasant Ridge Town Center

    11525 Cantrell Road Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 7807
    With a bevy of well known brand name shops, Pleasant Ridge Town Center has everything a discerning shopper will ever need. More than just your average box-like mall, this shopping center is pedestrian friendly with landscaped paths and interesting facades. Find local shops as well like Cupcakes on the Ridge, Kristin Todd and J. Duke & Co. Eateries range from Mediterranean, Mexican and Italian to Greek, Japanese and more. 
  • Tulips

    5817 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72207 United States - Phone: +1 501 614 7343
    With over a decade in the business, this women and children's boutique has found a winning recipe for success. Located in the Heights neighborhood of Little Rock, Tulips is a charming shop where hip clothing for both mom and child can be found. Contemporary trends and classic pieces fill up the stock here, showcasing up-and-coming designers and longtime favorites. Find exceptional customer service and darling outfits for the kids and yourself when you stop by Tulips.
  • Haus Werk

    2919 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 5251
    Haus Werk has something for everyone in the family. This fabulous shop is split into four sections: The Closet, where you'll find clothing and accessories; The Living/Dining Room, where you'll find home decor items such as candles and pottery; The Man Cave, which is filled with items perfect for the manly space in your house; and The Playhaus, which has kids clothes and toys. Pick up ornate necklaces, stylish home accents, and everything in between here!
  • The Full Moon

    3625 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 4367
    If you're looking for the perfect gift for someone special in your life, stop by The Full Moon. No matter what age that person is, you'll find something they'll love. You'll find beautiful plates, pottery, baby clothes, and women's accessories. There's a great selection of colorful glass items for your garden. An assortment of rugs and knick-knacks is sure to liven up any home!
  • The Firefly Studio

    10700 North Rodney Parham Road Little Rock, AR 72212 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 1403
    The Firefly Studio is a haven for creativity. Here, you can create your own piece of art that you get to take home with you. You choose a piece of pottery, decorate it, and the employees fire up the kiln to finish the job. Choose from plates, mugs, and even Toms shoes. Let your imagination run wild. If you don't have much artistic expertise, there are stencils and helpful employees here to make sure you create something beautiful!
  • 4square Cafe & Gifts

    405 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 244 2622
    Nestled downtown, 4square Cafe & Gifts offers a hodgepodge of eclectic trinkets, souvenirs and vegetarian fare.  Find a variety of wraps, fruit smoothies, paninis, sandwiches, ice cream and desserts. The trinkets and souvenirs are unique to Arkansas with local handcrafted products like jams, cookies, soaps, gift baskets and more. Get a vegetarian taste of Little Rock and find a one-of-a-kind gift to bring home.
  • Shackleford Crossing Shopping Center

    2618 Shackleford Road Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 225 0204
    Located in West Little Rock, Shackleford Crossing Shopping Center has all your shopping needs covered. From electronics, shoes and clothing shops to specialty stores and restaurants, this shopping center practically has it all. Find a hip new outfit at Forever21 or pick up a baby shower gift at Babies R Us. Places like Cracker Barrel or Copelands serve up delicious American cuisine after you've worked up an appetite after all that shopping. If you crave international variety, Panda Chinese Buffet is a good option!
  • The Underground Pub

    500 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 707 2537
    Anyone looking for a nice, quiet hole to hide out in will enjoy the Underground Pub, located just around the corner from the popular River Market. The murky, yet casual atmosphere bears a surprising resemblance to the pubs found in the city of its namesake London. The only thing resembling the London subway system (the Underground) is the sign, which steals the original's logo. Relax with a pint of beer or cider, and join in a game of darts, Twister, or trivia.
  • Electric Cowboy

    9515 Interstate 30 Little Rock, AR 72209 United States - Phone: +1 501 562 6000
    The flashiest (and most popular) two-stepping bar in town, you can enjoy both country and mainstream music at the Electric Cowboy. This place has character, with a crashed semi truck hanging rom the dj's booth and a neon-red-eyed bull's head watching dancers from the wall. The dance floor is spacious and inviting, with plenty of surrounding booths to rest in after two stepping and line dancing. The banquet room can be rented out for events. Thursday and Saturday nights are usually the most popular.
  • Acoustic Sounds Cafe

    600 Pleasant Valley D Little Rock, AR 72227 United States - Phone: +1 501 227 0000
    While this place does not exactly qualify as a cafe (it is located in a Presbyterian church), it does serve coffee and snacks. But the main attraction here is the music. From mellow folk music, to upbeat pop tunes, to modern Christian songs, variety is a sure thing. Each Friday night, the social room of this church is transformed into a pseudo-coffee house. The crowd is primarily young, but not limited to the Christian faith. The church does everything they can to create an open, family-friendly environment.
  • The Oyster Bar

    3003 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 666 7100
    Cajun cooking does not get any better than in this "deliberately dingy" restaurant with splintering walls and a melange of odd items along the walls. Famous for their oysters, the rest of the spicy food is noteworthy too. Enjoy Zydeco music as you peel and eat large juicy shrimp, or try a huge po' boy sandwich filled with shrimp, fish or chicken. The crowd is diverse and thick on weekends. Happy hour is daily from 3p-6:30p.
  • Downtown Music

    211 West Capitol Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 1819
    Witness the surge of music excellence in the downtown area of Little Rock with the help of the rocking club aptly called Downtown Music. Varied musical events constantly take place. So check the website for further details. If your part of a band and need a platform to perform then Downtown Music is for you. Just email them and fix your dates.
  • Revolution Music Room

    300 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 823 0090
    Located at the City Center, the Revolution Music Room is a musical avenue and a cozy hangout place with live music performances being the flavor of the house. Popularly known as The Rev, the club hosts local as well as national bands that cater to musical genre like pop, hip-hop and rock. A perfect place to enjoy a late night party with friends. Do call ahead or check the website to know more.
  • Discovery Nightclub

    1021 Jessie Road Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 4784
    Looking for a Saturday night hot spot to cut loose and dance through the night in Little Rock? Then head to this super-friendly, late-night haunt on Jessie Road. This nightclub opens its doors to the revelers on Saturdays and entertains them by hosting awesome electronic club nights 'til the break of dawn. Dance with the young crowd as the DJs spin out some amazing techno, hip hop and top 40 hits, or you can relax in the lobby and challenge your friend to a game of pool.
  • Afterthought Bistro & Bar

    2721 Kavanaugh Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 663 1196
    With live nightly music and a mouth-watering menu of delectable American cuisine, its easy to see how Afterthought Bistro & Bar is a local favorite. This popular establishment serves hearty bistro cuisine with brunch offered on the weekends. The bar portion of Afterthought offers simple bar bites, beer, wine and specialty cocktails. Visit the website to find out more about the live music and see when your favorite local band will be playing next.
  • Club Sway

    412 Louisana Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 907 2582
    As one of the swankiest clubs in Little Rock, Sway is the place to be to experience the city's nightlife. Spread out over 3,000 square feet, this club features elevated seating, that surrounds a spacious dance floor, and a VIP area. Perhaps the best part about this club is it's awesome patio, which provides gorgeous skyline views with the glittering lights of downtown. 
  • War Memorial Fitness Center

    300 South Monroe Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 664 6976
    A great option for travelers, this fitness center allows guests to pay by the month or by the visit. Enjoy athletic programs and the latest equipment, including weight machines, exercise machines and a 25-yard (23-meter) indoor swimming pool. On the class schedule, you'll find water aerobics, yoga, Zumba, and more. The fitness center also offers massage therapy and children's activities. 
  • Arkansas Children's Hospital

    800 Marshall St Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 364 1100
    Arkansas' only pediatric hospital, and one of the nation's 10 largest. Serves children from birth to age 21; emergency services; helicopter transport; variety of specialty units; burn center; over 70 specialty clinics; research center; training hospital for UAMS pediatric students.
  • UAMS Medical Center

    4301 W Markham St Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 686 7000
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' (UAMS) teaching hospital, located on campus. Emergency and trauma center; top-rated intensive care units; new labor and delivery floor; radiosurgery center; cancer, transplantation and ophthalmology research centers. World's second largest center for bone-marrow transplants.
  • John L McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital

    4300 W 7th St Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 257 1000
    Providing veterans with emergency, surgical, rehabilitation, general medical, outpatient and nursing home services. UAMS teaching facility. Additional care available at the Eugene J. Towbin Healthcare Center,2200 Fort Roots Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72114.
  • Baptist Medical Center

    9601 Interstate 630, Exit 7 Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 202 2000
    State's largest Baptist Health facility. Emergency services, including air ambulance. Leader in heart care and transplants. New, expanded neonatal intensive care unit. 123,000 square-foot outpatient facility. New sister hospital, Baptist Memorial Medical Center, is located at 3333 Springhill Road in North Little Rock.
  • St Vincent Infirmary Medical Center

    2 St Vincent Circle Little Rock, AR 72205 United States - Phone: +1 501 552 3000
    Emergency services, cancer treatment facilities, heart center, neonatal intensive care. Guesthouse Inn located on premises for families. St Vincent Doctors Hospital located across the street at 6101 St Vincent Circle (+1 501 603 6000).
  • Barton Coliseum

    2600 Howard Street Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 8341
    Barton Coliseum located in the State Fairgrounds, can accommodate upto 7175 spectators and has nearly 3044 portable seats. Be it a concert or a major sporting event to rodeo shows, this is the place to be. Earlier rock concerts also used to be held here. It also has a Basket ball court and a boxing ring. During the annual Arkansas State Fair, this place is bustling with activities and packed to the hilt with locals gathered to enjoy.
  • Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center

    10800 Colonel Glenn Road Little Rock, AR 72204 United States - Phone: +1 501 217 5113
    Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center stretches across vast area of 21000 square feet. Visitors comfort and convenience is the sole aim of the place. Renowned organizations like March of Dimes and Arkansas Department of Higher Education, have hosted their events here. The facilities include spacious meeting rooms, huge parking spaces, storage spaces and Dining area. The prestigious Addy Awards were also held here.
  • Robinson Center

    426 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    The Robinson Center includes several facilities, including an Exhibition Hall that is spread across a vast area of 14,867 square feet. The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has always given amazing performances here. The center also features the Robinson Center Music Hall and Performance Theater, where awards ceremonies and conferences are held. Be it a training session or a corporate meet, it has been the most preferred venue. It also has an underground parking facility.
  • Statehouse Convention Center

    101 East Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 376 4781
    Statehouse Convention Center truly stands for class, style and elegance. The stair case and the decor adds to the grandeur of the place. Be it the ballrooms or the meeting spaces, the artistic sense is evident. It is one of the most favored place for conventions and meetings. The spacious exhibition hall, offers a wide arena for trade shows.
  • Horner Hall

    134 Convention Boulevard Hot Springs, AR 71901 United States - Phone: +1 501 321 2277
    Horner Hall is located in the Hot Springs Convention Center close to the Arkansas National Park. This venue comes with all facilities and services. You can also avail of the catering services for your event. For renting the Horner Hall contact the convention center for details and rates.
  • Summit Arena

    134 Convention Boulevard Hot Springs, AR 71901 United States - Phone: +1 501 321 2835
    The Summit Arena is located in the Hot Springs Convention Center and plays host to athletic tournaments, summits and conferences. The venue is well equipped with the latest technology to ensure the smooth passage of all the major events hosted here. The Summit Arena also hosts music concerts and other cultural events.
  • Yellow Cab

    7510 Jamison Road Little Rock, AR 72209 United States - Phone: +1 501 570 9999
    Yellow Cab is the only taxi company in Little Rock that has been certified by the City Board of Directors. This is proof of its reliability and efficient service. The fleet includes well-maintained cars that are handled by experienced drivers. The company also offers airport transfers, para-transit vans and package delivery service. Fare is charged by the meter.
  • Capitol Cab

    4607 West 61st Street Little Rock, AR 72209 United States - Phone: +1 501 568 0462
    For your short trips like going to the mall you can hail a local taxicab that will take you to your destination. In Little Rock, Capitol Cab is one such service that will help you get around the city. You could request for one on their hot-line number and it will be made available to you at the earliest.
  • River Market Pavilions & River Plaza

    400 President Clinton Avenue Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 375 2552
    Situated within the River Market (The) is the River Market Pavilions & River Plaza which consists of various spectacular meeting rooms. Enjoy the amazing view of the Arkansas River and Riverfest Amphitheatre while celebrating your occasion. Cultural activities, programmes, wedding receptions,class reunions, corporate functions or parties, picnics, cultural or church events, award ceremonies, fundraisers birthday parties too can take place at the pavillion which can house 1000 people. For bookings and rates please call or check the website.
  • Arkansas State Fairgrounds

    2600 Howard Street Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 8341
    The Arkansas State Fairgrounds houses the famed Arkansas State Fair among other things. It also contains within it the Barton Coliseum. This ground is one of the many venues in the humongous Arkansas State fair Complex. Check the website for further details.
  • Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

    1100 Napa Valley Drive Little Rock, AR 72211 United States - Phone: +1 501 221 5300
    Originally started by immigrants from Greece to America, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Churches can today be found all over the United States. This particular Church in Little Rock goes back to the year 1983, and has been the center of community activity for a long time. Believing firmly in the teachings of the Christ, the Church embraces all kinds of people and encourages them to participate in the various activities organised here. The Church also plays host to several events like the Greek Food Fest, as well as private events like weddings. Check website or contact for details.
  • Stuttgart

    Stuttgart Stuttgart, AR 72160 United States - Phone: +1 870 673 1602(Tourist Information)
    Popular known as the 'Rice and Duck Capital of the World', there are several reasons to visit Stuttgart in Arkansas County. History buffs can pay a visit to the Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie displaying regional prairie history while the Arts Center of the Grand Prairie thrills art lovers with the exhibitions, plays and various concerts hosted here. Also, White River National Wildlife Refuge is a great way to explore the outdoors. But the actual fun begins when one attends the International Duck Calling Contest and various carnivals that the city is known for.
  • Wilbur D. Mills High School

    1205 East Dixon Road Little Rock, AR 72206 United States
  • Apple Store The Promenade at Chenal

    17711 Chenal Parkway Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 821 5130
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Little Rock Amtrak station

    1400 West Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 800 872 7245 / +1 501 371 0076(Tourist Information)
    The Little Rock Amtrak Station which is known as the MoPac Station is a prime attraction in Little Rock. It included waiting rooms, a ticket office and restaurant on one level, and the upper floors consisted of passenger query departments. Other rail facilities included a baggage room and a small cafeteria. This architectural landmark is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • North Little Rock High School

    101 West 22nd Street North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 771 8100
    The North Little Rock High School is a public school comprising of three sections, the Freshman Campus, Sophomore Campus and the West Campus. The school awards degrees and programs for grades nine to 12. Along with several resources and amenities, it offers sports facilities for basketball, football, baseball, and tennis.
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    906 South Cross Street Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 3410
    Established in 1926, Mount Zion Baptist Church, also known simply as The Mount is one of the city's oldest houses of worship. The majestic church building was constructed in the Prairie School style, and features rich architectural details. The church actively engages with the community through its ministries as well as numerous events.
  • Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church

    249 Highway 107 Enola, AR 72047 United States - Phone: +1 501 849 2435
    Nestled in Enola, Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church is deemed as a one of its kind religious structures in the city, for being a bungalow featuring Craftsman style architecture that blends in Mixed Masonry. Established in the early 1950s, the church was designed by Silas Owens, Sr, who was renowned for his Mixed Masonry structures. Though the church has undergone renovations over the years, the original architecture has not been affected much.
  • Damascus Spiritual Church

    2401 East Washington Avenue North Little Rock, AR 72114 United States - Phone: +1 501 945 5920
    Damascus Spiritual Church, also known as East End Methodist Episcopal Church and (East Washington Avenue Methodist Church, is a historic church that was constructed in 1923. It is located on Washington Avenue in North Little Rock, Arkansas and got added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 12, 2008.
  • Cathedral of St. Andrew

    617 Louisiana Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 2794
    The Cathedral of Saint Andrew is a historic landmark on the Little Rock cityscape. Established in 1845, it is one of the longest running places of worship in the city and houses its Roman Catholic Diocese. This majestic structure is replete with splendid architecture, an inspiring altar and beautiful stained-glass panels. They host weekly masses and spiritual events for the community.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    800 Scott Street Little Rock, AR 72201 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 1804
    The distinguished First Presbyterian Church in the Little Rock region of Arkansas is a historic Presbyterian Church. The ancient Church site was constructed in 1921 and has adapted the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The structure is also a representation of the English Gothic and the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals.
  • First United Methodist Church

    1610 Prince Street Conway, AR 72034 United States - Phone: +1 501 329 3801
    The First United Methodist Church is a historic church site at Conway in Arkansas. It is accurately located at the junction of Prince and Clifton Street. The church building was constructed in 1913 and is established on a land cover of less than an acre. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a prominent monumental structure. The church organizes for early morning worship and the Sunday school among the varied activities planned and executed by it.
  • Gann Row Historic District

    South Main Street Benton, AR 72015 United States
    Gann Row Historic District is located in Benton, Arkansas. This historic district is primarily a residential area for the middle-class. Its 13 houses are located south of downtown Benton, and feature Folk Victorian and American Craftsman styles of architecture, among others. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 5, 1999.
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Church

    7025 Jasna Gora North Little Rock, AR 72118 United States - Phone: +1 501 851 2763
    Although the current building was constructed in 1933, Immaculate Heart of Mary Church can trace its beginnings back to 1878, which was when Polish settlers arrived in the area. The church they built on the hill was called Jasna Góra, meaning 'Blue Hill'. Over the years, the church has survived repeated fires, and was eventually placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • St. Edward Catholic Church

    801 Sherman Street Little Rock, AR 72202 United States - Phone: +1 501 374 5767
    The St. Edwards Church is a historic church building established in 1901. It is built in the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture and has been active ever since its inception. Regular masses and religious ceremonies are still held at the church.
  • Walnut Grove Methodist Church

    Walnut Grove Road Little Rock, AR 72223 United States - Phone: +1 501 224 6047
    The Walnut Grove Methodist Church is a quaint historic church built in 1885. It encompasses an area of 1 acre (0.40 hectare) and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The church is functional even today.
  • Wabbaseka Methodist Episcopal Church, South

    US 79 Wabbaseka, AR 72175 United States
    Wabbaseka Methodist Episcopal Church, South is located at Wabbeseka, Arkansas. This historic church was built in the year 1925 C.E and has a Classical Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 4, 2002.
  • Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

    310 West 17th Street Little Rock, AR 72206 United States - Phone: +1 501 372 0294
    Touted to be one of the foremost church buildings in Arkansas, the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral was built in 1884. Owing to financial constraints, the building was raised in three stages as and when the requisite funds were available. Through the years, the structure was renovated and repaired several times. Today, with over 1500 members, the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is an important city landmark. It does not distinguish between anyone, and everyone who believes in Jesus and his teachings is welcomed with open arms. The church hosts various community events and functions throughout the year. It also has different guilds that encourage its members to engage in skills like flower decoration, needlework guild and so on. Check website for details.
  • Trinity Episcopal Church

    703 West 3rd Avenue Pine Bluff, AR 71602 United States - Phone: +1 870 534 3832
    The Trinity Episcopal Church in Pine Bluff was constructed in 1866 and it was registered as the member of the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. This historic church is also famous by the name of St. John's Parish. The ushers and clergys are always available for the help.
  • Stifft Station Historic District

    Markham Street Little Rock, AR 72205 United States
    The Stifft Station Historic District is a historic area that dates back to 1906. The district has a mix of architectural styles but the most prominent ones include the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals and American Movements. There are 238 structures that contribute to the historic nature of this district. Primarily a residential area, this beautiful district was designed by architect Theodore Sanders. The district became a part of the National Register of Historic Places due to its historic significance.