Most people eat some form of breakfast, even if it’s just toast and coffee, but many Northwest Arkansas visitors and residents want an all-out, stick to your ribs kind of breakfast. Restaurants that feature a big, hearty breakfast are the ones you’ll find on the list below.
Best Breakfast Restaurants in Bentonville & All of Northwest Arkansas
Station Café $
111 North Main St, (479) 273-0553
The Station Cafe, located on Bentonville’s Historic Downtown Square, specializes in humongous breakfasts including biscuits and gravy, killer omelettes, pancakes and skillets. The restaurant is fitted out comfortably retro, but, weather permitting, you can also choose to eat outside. They are also famous for their mouthwatering steak burgers, fries and onion rings. Try it once, and you’ll be hooked for life.
The Buttered Biscuit $$
1403 SE Moberly Ln, (479) 319-4822
This is one of the very best breakfast restaurants in all of Northwest Arkansas. The biscuits are huge and just like grandma used to make. The biscuits and sausage gravy are delicious as are the Old Orchard Omelette and the Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes. Owners and staff are super friendly, and really do care about your experience with them. Still brand new, but set to be one of the most popular southern-style breakfast and lunch restaurants in the region.
Mud Street $$
22 S Main St, (479) 253-6732
Open for breakfast and lunch, the Mud Street Café’ is located in a basement in downtown Eureka Springs. With self-serve coffee and cheesy garlic grits, locals find themselves longing to go back for more just as soon as they leave.
The Farmers Table Cafe $$
1079 S School Ave, (479) 966-4125
The Farmer’s Table Cafe uses local ingredients, and is known for helping local farmers. If you are looking for a quaint brunch cafe, their hearty meals are the ideal factor that you may be looking for.
Prelude Breakfast Bar $$
509 W Spring St #210, (479) 435-6435
Open from 8 a.m – 2:30 p.m., Prelude Breakfast Bar offers a refreshing departure from traditional restaurants. Literally everything is amazing including the Pancake Flight, the Huevos Rancheros, the Omelets, the Scrambles, and the fresh squeezed mimosas and the Bloodys. Come early if possible as the place starts to get really busy before mid morning.
Sams Olde Tyme Hamburgers $
223 E Locust St, (479) 986-9191
Specializing in a variety of 3-egg omelets, and many other traditional breakfast delights, Sam’s goes out of its way to make sure that every customer leaves happy. The service is consistently top notch too. Convenient place to stop for Beaver Lake traffic.
117 W Chestnut St., (479) 636-9723
This local restaurant with a small town feel is the classic breakfast spot for you and your friends and family. Reasonable prices, attentive staff, large cinnamon rolls, and country-style ham are just some of the things that keep luring the customers of this favorite breakfast joint back.
Cathy’s Corner $
1910 US-412, (479) 524-4475
Don’t let this small yellow building fool you. Although it seems small from the outside, the inside delivers satisfaction for anyone passing through. With its friendly, superior service,
Cathy’s Corner is a favorite for anyone who is craving both a yummy breakfast and a laid back atmosphere. Go in and try any item from the menu. You’re sure to be back.
806 N Thompson St, (479) 751-9996
Are you searching for one of the best homemade meals in the area? Known for its sweet, southern hospitality, Neal’s Cafe’ has been serving some of the finest home-cooked meals for more than 65 years. Being more than just a breakfast cafe, Neal’s is also known for their catfish, fried chicken, and chicken and dumplings. Their homemade pies and rolls are pretty special too.
Susan’s Restaurant $$
1440 W Sunset Ave, (479) 751-1445
A Northwest Arkansas favorite, this local business is known for their friendly staff and delicious breakfast meals. If you are craving food to satisfy your sweet tooth, Susan’s delights you with their large cinnamon rolls. However, if you’re searching for a filling breakfast that will also keep you satisfied without all of the sugar, the chicken fried steak and Pig Sooie.
Golden Kolache Bakery $
3327 W Wedington Dr
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72704
Serving breakfast and brunch, Golden Kolache Bakery turns out some of the best Kolache items you will ever put in your mouth. What the heck is a Kolache anyway? It is a warm, slightly sweet fresh-baked pastry that has been filed with fruit, meat, and cheese. Works great as a delightfully different handheld for people on the go.
The Egg and I $
5206 Village Pkwy
Locals love to come and indulge in their famous strawberry banana waffles or their Texas skillet. The fun atmosphere adds all the more to the excitement. With a name like “The Egg and I”, who wouldn’t want this restaurant to be their new daily breakfast spot?