As any local will tell you, spring is one of the best times to eat out in Little Rock. With fresh produce on the menu, Arkansas’s natural bounty has never tasted better. This month, find a seat at some of Little Rock’s best farm-to-table restaurants. Here are four worth checking out!
You won’t find a more local-focused restaurant than the Root Café. 77% of their food is locally sourced, which places them in the top half of 1% of farm-to-table restaurants in the country. A local favorite for brunch, their menu showcases the best southern classics with a modern twist. Locals love their take on fried chicken, and their burger is second to none.
With two locations, Big Orange is one of Little Rock’s go-to spots for a burger and fries. With a constantly changing rotation of specialty burgers and milkshakes, they’re always featuring the season’s freshest flavors. Check their social media pages for their most recent specials and hurry in to get one of their signature seasonal strawberry milkshakes.
Located in the historic Heights neighborhood, Boulevard Bread Company may be most famous for its fresh-baked bread, but its attached bistro is one of the best places in town for ever-changing, seasonal fare. Their “Meatless Monday” dinner specials are always a hit, and their monthly cocktail classes are fantastic ways to learn about the exciting world of mixology.
This west Little Rock mainstay is all about showcasing what’s fresh and new. Chef Scott Rains loves finding inventive ways to showcase locally grown items in his dishes. His menus are always exciting, with a point of view found nowhere else in Little Rock. From delectable small plates to mouthwatering desserts, Table 28 will surprise you and have you booking your next visit in no time.
Looking for even more farm-to-table restaurants in Little Rock, Arkansas? Don’t worry; our full list has you covered.