Fayetteville, Arkansas, boasts an eclectic restaurant scene, from farm-to-table fare and contemporary American cuisine to delicious bakery goods and classic hamburgers. In our updated guide on Where to Eat in Fayetteville, we highlight ten of the city’s very best cultural restaurants.
Located just a short walk from both the picturesque Lake Lucille and the beautiful Gregory Park, Rick’s Bakery was established in 1980 by Rick Boone. Situated in a warm and welcoming space complete with terracotta walls, a big wooden counter and retro lantern lighting, guests can enjoy a range of cookies, pies and donuts alongside other dessert delights like baked cinnamon rolls and caramel apple turnovers.
Rick’s Bakery, 1220 North College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR, USA, +1 479 442 2166
For foodies who love Italian cuisine and are looking for a sophisticated fine dining experience, Vetro 1925, is a must-try. Established in late 2011, Vetro 1925’s beautiful, contemporary interior is full of rich hardwood floors, exposed redbrick, minimalist white walls and artistic lighting.
Vetro 1925, 17 East Centre Street, Fayetteville, AR, USA, +1 479 966 4649