Lassis Inn

Southwest
One of the state's oldest restaurants still in the same location and one of the best for catfish and buffalo fish ribs. Playing an essential role in the struggle for Civil Rights, Lassis Inn also served as a refuge for African Americans. A safe place to talk about community, racism, and freedom. Mentor to the Little Rock Nine Daisy Bates often met at Lassis Inn with other Civil Rights leaders.
Contact Information
518 E. 27th St., Little Rock, AR, 72206

Cuisine

American

Meals Served

Dinner, Lunch

Seating Type

Indoor
Exception occured while executing the controller. Check error logs for details.