Posted by on February 17, 2012 in Eureka Springs Restaurants

If you’re like us, you enjoy trying new restaurants when you travel. If you are a regular guest at our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast, you probably look forward to visiting your favorite Eureka Springs restaurant while you’re here; we certainly have favorite eateries in every town we frequent. The perennial question for us when we travel to a familiar place is, “Should we try a new restaurant, or stick with what we know is good?”

Life is full of risks, some richly rewarded, some not.

As innkeepers, we are often asked for Eureka Springs restaurant recommendations. See below for our top picks and our guests favorites.

Map of Eureka Springs restaurants

Walking around the Eureka Springs historic district is a great way to stimulate an appetite and find a restaurant to your liking.

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A. Mud Street Cafe – Great for Lunch

B. Local Flavor Cafe – A favorite for lunch or dinner

C. DeVito’s Restaurant – Southern Italian and outstanding Trout dishes

D. Grand Taverne Restaurant – outstanding lunch and upscale dinners

E. New Delhi Cafe & Patio — One of the best hamburgers in town and Indian food on the weekends.

Also on our list but outside of the map are:

Gaskin’s Cabin Steak House and its world class beef dishes (2 1/2 miles north of the Inn on Hwy 23)

The Pied Piper Pub — an Irish Pub with great food

Autumn Breeze — a great menu and great food

Casa Colina — gourmet Mexican

Ermilio’s — Italian family dining

The Rockin’ Pig Saloon — great Bar-B-Que,  hamburgers & brick oven pizza

Garden Bistro — eclectic dining with a flair

The Pied Piper Pub is just off the bottom of this map, where S. Main Street joins Armstrong Street. Autumn Breeze is a few minutes south of the center of town, Casa Colina is about 1/4 mile below the bottom of this map on Main Street. The Rockin’ Pig Saloon east the historic area on Highway 62E. Ermilio’s is off the left edge of the map; and the Garden Bistro is the little red dot on the upper right of the map above.

The breakfasts at Arsenic and Old Lace will excite your taste buds and olfactory nerves and keep you well fueled for your day or adventure and discovery.