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The Top 10 Brunch Spots In Little Rock

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Updated: 1 December 2016
Located in the heart of ArkansasLittle Rock offers a variety of activities. Famous for being the home of the Clintons, for its cotton plantations which date back to the Civil War, and for its Southern hospitality, Little Rock has some superb brunch spots.



The Root Cafe

The Root Cafe in downtown Little Rock is the best place to visit because all of their products are Arkansas-grown. The cafe is unique in its rich choice of local meals, workshops, and entertaining contests such as the hot-pepper-eating and the beard-growing contests. Built to specifically sustain Arkansas’ economy, farms and Little Rock’s community, the cafe offers a wide variety of choices for all your breakfast and lunch needs. The scrumptious shiitake Benny and the spicy banh mi are both highly recommended.

Address & telephone number: 1500 Main St, Little Rock, +1 501-414-0423

The Root Cafe ©The Root Cafe

The Root Cafe ©The Root Cafe

Yaya’s Euro Bistro

If you are looking for a great place to go for your Sunday brunch, then Yaya’s Euro Bistro is the place for you. Their menu consists of fine meals made from the freshest ingredients. Try their house-cured smoked Scottish salmon or farm fresh eggs Benedict.

Address & telephone number: Promenade At Chenal, 17711 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, +1 501-821-1144

outdoor dining area ©Yaya's Euro Bistro

outdoor dining area ©Yaya’s Euro Bistro

One Eleven at the Capital

One Eleven at the Capital serves guests traditional Southern meals. The chic New York style interior corresponds with the high-class service of the restaurant. The chef’s breakfast specials are highly recommended, as is the roast halibut.

Address & telephone number: Capital Hotel, 111 W Markham St, Little Rock, +1 501-370-7011

The dining room ©One Eleven at the Capital

The dining room ©One Eleven at the Capital

Brave New Restaurant

Brave New Restaurant not only offers yummy Southern cuisine but also a breathtaking view of the Arkansas River. Aside from their rich menu and unique delicatessen, all original works displayed in the dining room, obtained through a partnership with Stephano’s fine art gallery, are for sale.

Address & telephone number: 2300 Cottondale Ln #105, Little Rock, +1 501-663-2677

Fresh Fried Snapper Almondine ©Ralph Daily

Fresh Fried Snapper Almondine ©Ralph Daily

South on Main

If you’re looking for a fine dining experience South on Main is your best bet. The restaurant takes pride in offering a revolutionary cultural experience where the southern cuisine is served in the presence of musical performance, literary readings and film screenings promoting the Oxford American literary magazine.

Address & telephone number: 1304 Main St, Little Rock, +1 501-244-9660

Fried Apple Cobbler ©Glory Foods

Fried Apple Cobbler ©Glory Foods

Mimi’s Cafe

Mimi’s Cafe is French-inspired and uses ingredients sourced from France. All of their sauces and dressings are one-of-a-kind and made from scratch, and you won’t find them anywhere but at Mimi’s.

Address & telephone number: 11725 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, +1 501-221-3883

Mimi's Cafe ©gadgetdude

Mimi’s Cafe ©gadgetdude

Red Door

Red Door is filled with southern delights and some new twists on traditional American cuisine. The menu is varied and has some particularly delicious breakfast choices.

Address & telephone number:  3701 Cantrell Rd, Little Rock, +1 501-666-8482

Southern breakfast ©Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar

Southern breakfast ©Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar

Copeland’s of New Orleans

Copeland’s of New Orleans is your typical New Orleans. Anything and everything on their menu, from food to drinks, has a true Louisiana taste to it. From the moment you walk through the tall doors you will notice the enticing aromas waft in from the signature cheesecake bakery. Try the corn and crab bisque, fried chicken or their shrimp alfredo.

Address & telephone number: 2602 S Shackleford Rd, Little Rock, +1 501-312-1616

Artichoke and spinish©Copeland's of New Orleans

Artichoke and spinish©Copeland’s of New Orleans

Ozark Country Restaurant

Ozark Country Restaurant offers hearty dinner-style dishes with a typical Southern taste for both breakfast and lunch. The pancakes are phenomenal, the scrambled eggs are very tasty and the portions are big.

Address & telephone number: 201 Keightly Dr, Little Rock, +1 501-663-7319

Shrimmp and Crab Boil ©Kurman Communications, Inc.

Shrimmp and Crab Boil ©Kurman Communications, Inc.

Delicious Temptations

Delicious Temptations is one of Little Rock’s busiest brunch spots. Their omelettes are the main attraction but the rest of the menu is full of fresh and beautifully presented food. The yogurt pancakes are the best in town.

Address & telephone number: 11220 N Rodney Parham Rd #8, Little Rock, +1 501-225-6893

Chorizo Omlette ©Adrian Scottow

Chorizo Omlette ©Adrian Scottow