It’s the weekend and maybe you slept a little late, but you still want a special delicious meal.
No problem! There are some incredible places to enjoy brunch in Bentonville, Rogers, Fayetteville, and Eureka Springs.
The Top 10 Restaurants that serve Brunch in Northwest Arkansas are listed below:
The Hive at 21c Museum Hotel $$$
200 NE A St, (479) 286-6500
The Hive is an upscale restaurant where culinary creativity thrive. Featuring a brunch made fresh from locally sourced ingredients, the menu includes The Hive Benedict and the 25-minute egg, Pan-Seared Catfish with Basmati rice.
Also delicious are the Belgium Waffles with roasted bananas, raisin butter and whipped cream. Housed within the beautiful world-class 21c Museum Hotel, The Hive is the perfect place to enjoy a truly delicious and unique brunch and see great art from around the world.
The Preacher’s Son $$
201 NW A St, (479) 445-6065
Experience delightfully different brunch dining in a stunningly beautiful setting at Preacher’s Son. Using locally sourced, fresh ingredients.
Service is attentive and friendly whether you’re there for lunch, dinner or brunch.
Brunch favorites include such items like Grilled Sweet Potato, Schnitzel and Waffle and Banana Bread French Toast. Great spot for connecting with friends and family from 10 – 2 on Sunday.
Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie $$
200 NE A St, (479) 286-6500
A high point in Bentonville’s burgeoning culinary scene, Chef Rob Nelson has designed a delightful brunch menu that makes addicts out of brand new customers. You can expect perfect Eggs Benedict, delicious High South Breakfast Casserole, and Tasty Carrot Cake Waffles on the Sunday Brunch Menu.
The staff is knowledgeable, friendly and efficient, and the atmosphere and space design can accommodate business people, families, and even the most sophisticated traveler. Image at top of the page courtesy of Tusk & Trotter.
Local Flavor Café $$
71 S Main St, (479) 253-9522
You don’t have to have a reason to go out for brunch, but there is a perfectly good reason you’ll want to eat brunch at the Local Flavor Cafe in Eureka Springs.
Chef Owner, Britt Evans, has created a loyal following for his fabulous Sunday Brunch featuring items like Eggs Benedict, Mexican Scram, Pan Seared Salmon, Omelets and Traditional Country Breakfast.
The staff is friendly and efficient and the atmosphere, largely due to the use of vintage lamps, is a wonderful departure from the typical restaurant. Ingredients are locally sourced and fresh. Gluten free is available. Don’t miss this one.
Bordinos Restaurant and Wine Bar $$$
310 W Dickson St, (479) 527-6795
This chic restaurant draws crowds looking for an exceptional weekend brunch. Bordinos is the spirit of Fayetteville. It offers wonderful atmosphere, outstanding food, a brilliant drink selection and a terrific staff.
Brunch items include Biscuits and Boar Sausage Gravy, Bordinos Hash, Lox Scramble and French Toast.
Café Rue Orleans $$
1150 N College Ave, (479) 443-2777
A little taste of New Orleans right here in Fayetteville, AR. Café Rue Orleans is the perfect place to enjoy brunch with friends, family or out of town guests.
Sunday Brunch specials include dishes like Creole Shrimp and Grits, Eggs Des Amis and Eggs Pontchartrain.
Brunch House Specials include menu items with names like Crawfish Ettouffee and Catfish Tchoupitoulas. With award-winning food and a menu like this, it’s easy to see why Café Rue Orleans is the restaurant of choice for authentic New Orleans Style Cuisine in the region.
Mockingbird Kitchen $$
1466 N College Ave, (479) 435-6333
Mockingbird Kitchen, partnering with local and regional artisans, is wildly popular for its fresh and freshly made mostly farm-to-table cuisine.
If Brioche French Toast, Chicken & Waffle, Shrimp Cake Benedict and Breakfast Tacos tickle your taste buds, then Mockingbird Kitchen is a place you simply must check out.
You won’t be disappointed! Image at top of the page is courtesy of Mockingbird Kitchen.
Nomad’s Southtown – Fayetteville $$
1431 S School Ave, (479) 435-5606
Nomad’s in Southtown Fayetteville has a wonderful, fun vibe and wide variety of delicious food and drinks. It has a wonderful, hip vibe, a great patio, lots of art and a huge variety of delicious food and drinks.
Sunday Brunch is out-of-this-world, and great for the entire family including the little ones. Mimosas are killer and Bloody Marys are made from their award-winning bloody mix.
If you haven’t dined in this , you’re missing out.
The Farmer’s Table Café $$
1079 S School Ave, (479) 966-4125
Free range eggs, Animal Welfare Approved bacon, buttermilk biscuits (made from scratch), and locally sourced fresh ingredients are the makings for their truly wholesome tasty brunch meals.
The service is friendly, efficient and knowledgeable, and the prices are reasonable.
Mirabella’s Table $$
4200 S 48th Street, Suite 10, (479) 899-6190
Mirabella’s Table offers a melding of exceptional drinks including a delicious coffee menu, food, and service. Bakery items are out-of-this world, and you may also order cakes to go. Weekend brunch is truly an experience in delicious cuisine. Portions are large.
Children are not only welcome, but they are also treated with kindness. A visit to this wonderful space leaves you feeling full an happy and determined to return at the next available opportunity
100 NW 2nd St, Ste 100, Bentonville (479) 657-2905
This casual chic restaurant is a place to relax with friends, family or guests, and enjoy some of Pressroom’s delicious menu offerings including an array of creative dishes and drinks.
The menu sports a wide variety including starters like the “Big Sticky” Roll, a killer juice bar, breakfast bowls and grains, a healthy list of egg offerings and a nice list of brunch cocktails including the Pressroom Mimosa. Weather permitting, try the patio seating.
Southern Food Company $$
3575 W Wedington Dr #3, (479) 313-7646
If you are craving some down home cooking like Chicken Fried Steak, Pork Huevos Rancheros, Loaded Waffles and the like, then you must visit Southern Food Company for Saturday or Sunday Brunch.
You might have to wait a bit, but the wait will be well worth it. Service is friendly and efficient. These folks really do go out of their way to make sure you have an enjoyable meal.
Emelia’s Kitchen $$
309 W Dickson St, Fayetteville, AR
Delicious food, warm, outgoing staff, and a delightful ambiance characterize this restaurant. Sunday Brunch features tasty Bloody Mary’s and menu items like the Blue Crab Benedict, Mediterranean Omelet and Belgian Waffles.
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