8115 Frenchman's Lane
Little Rock, AR 72209
Phone: (501) 562-9383
Fax: (501) 562-2039
Dine in style while watching a well-performed musical or comedy. An area tradition for over 30 years, Murry's features several talented local actors in popular plays such as 42nd Street, Opal is a Diamond and Pajama Tops. The lesser-known comedies are always a blast, and on especially fun nights the cast will ad lib half way through the performance. Dinner includes a well-stocked buffet with roast beef, poultry, pasta, salads and desserts. Don't be too absorbed in the play to not enjoy the delicious meal. Special group rates are available.
This friendly neighborhood hangout doubles as a buzzing restaurant by night. Located just down the road from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, expect to see plenty of college students during your visit. At least three servers are guaranteed to greet you as soon as you set foot in the door. Grab a booth and start examining the plentiful menu. Or, if you prefer, take in a game of darts before eating. The huge smoky burgers are a definite recommendation. Other good choices are the shrimp salad, pastas and grilled chicken marinated with Italian dressing. The cheese sandwiches are a simple but popular option as well. A full bar is available.
Copeland’s Restaurant of Little Rock offers a beautiful and elegant ambiance serving authentic New Orleans cuisine. The southern Louisiana dishes on the menu is much appreciated by the patrons. Some of the delicacies to be tried here are stuffed catfish, crab, broccoli balls, flying fish, gumbo and a lot more variety. The special desserts here cannot be missed at all; try the banana fosters, brownies, bread puddings, and the highest of all, the cheesecake. They offer their banquet and catering services for various functions, parties, birthdays, anniversaries, grand dinners and can accommodate up to about 100 guests. For more information and reservations, cal ahead.
The perfect American breakfast is incomplete without pancakes. If you are looking for just that, then IHOP is the place for you! The traditional dishes still rule the roost, but dishes like buttermilk pancakes, pigs in blanket still grace the menu. Amongst breakfast items, popular ones include omelets, crepes and waffles. For dinner, hot favorites are chicken roasted in herbs, pot roast and T-bone steak. Amongst old favorites is Rooty-Tooty Fresh'-n-Fruity. One great aspect of IHOP is that senior citizens are taken care of. Smaller meals with lower rates are offered to them. They also have a special kids menu. So go ahead, explore the American culture with a typical American breakfast!
One of Little Rock's favorite diners, this place packs them in at lunch and during football season. Located across from War Memorial Stadium, the sandwiches here are magnificent. Jimmy's also makes terrific salads and appetizers. Try the "It's Greek to Me" salad, sprinkled with feta cheese, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes. Kids can order hamburgers, pizza or corn dogs.
Pick your steak and cook it yourself, or just let the helpful wait staff take care of you. The succulent meats and bountiful portions are anything but average, providing real value for your money. Unless you just are not in the mood for red meat, order the obvious as; if you aren't, however, there is a selection of chicken, pork, lamb, seafood and pasta. The large, fresh salads, the side dishes and the huge desserts will leave you asking for a doggy box. The Butcher Shop also features a signature slow roasted Prime Rib.
Cajun cooking does not get any better than in this "deliberately dingy" restaurant with splintering walls and a melange of odd items along the walls. Famous for their oysters, the rest of the spicy food is noteworthy too. Enjoy Zydeco music as you peel and eat large juicy shrimp, or try a huge po' boy sandwich filled with shrimp, fish or chicken. The crowd is diverse and thick on weekends. Happy hour is daily from 3p-6:30p.
This place has some of the best pizza in town. The pies are larger than most with toppings aplenty, especially on the Pizza D'Resistance. The menu also includes tasty appetizers (the mozzarella sticks are great), huge salads, sandwiches and plate lunches of pasta and other Italian dishes. The full bar features a selection of pitcher-beer choices that goes beyond the norm, making this a popular hangout for Little Rock's young alternative crowd, especially on weekend nights. Families flock there during the week to fill up for relatively little cash.
Located on the west side of town, you can smell Chips' mouth-watering aroma from blocks away. Chow down on baby-back ribs or a generous pork sandwich with sides of coleslaw and beans. Be sure to save room for a slice of one of the homemade pies. Chips is a down-to-earth place in the heart of a booming chain restaurant area. Choose a booth or table, and then walk up to the window to place your order. Come with a good appetite and bring cash, Chips does not accept checks or credit cards.
Located in a historic-storefront building in charming Hillcrest, this neighborhood establishment is abuzz with patrons with its wide menu and fun atmosphere, complete with neon chili pepper lighting. Although the Mexican fare gets first billing, the pizza and pasta are mouth-watering as well. The quesadillas are outstanding. House specialties include a tuna steak and hand-rolled Chile Rellenos. Enjoy imported and domestic beers and wine by the glass.
A well-established Mexican restaurant located in a revitalized section of downtown, Juanita's is known locally for its generous portions of Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Spinach Enchiladas and the best fajitas in the city. Juanita's also features live music nightly, including the longest running blues jam in the nation each Tuesday night. Drop in for reggae on Sunday nights, or visit any other evening for everything from Rhythm and Blues to alternative music. Juanita's is a good, hip choice for fun during lunch, dinner or after hours.
Offering alternative music shows, the best brews and great food for little money, Vino's Pizza-Pub-Brewery is a popular spot for a variety of crowds. The restaurant features huge portions of pizza, sandwiches and salads at great prices. The pizza margherita is incredible. The pub boasts 10 special brews, including Shamrock Stout and Quapaw Quarter Porter. The back room sees the most excitement, with nightly performances from alternative bands to poetry slams.