Paragould is a small Arkansas town with a number of historical sites. The town played a part in the economic expansion of the area in the 1800s due to its railroad links, and it still has plenty of picturesque architecture from the time. Check out The Culture Trip’s suggestions for places to eat when passing through Paragould.
As one of the few Mexican options in the area, Don Jose is an excellent place to enjoy this kind of cuisine. It has a lovely selection of dishes and accompanying sauces or dips to choose from, with fresh and crispy tortilla chips to go with everything. The place is lively but not too loud, and it has a good family atmosphere.
Address: 2803 W Kings Hwy, Paragould, AR, USA +1 870 236 8414
For authentic barbecue flavor, Oinky’s is a fantastic place to stop for a bite to eat. It is popular with the locals, and always bustling; there is also a drive-thru window if there’s no space inside. Diners can choose from an enticing menu featuring dishes such as barbecue ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and ‘Piggy Fries’ (fries smothered in pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and cheese). The interior is bright and clean and filled with the smell of barbecue cooking.
Address: 318 W Northend Ave, Paragould, AR, USA +1 870 236 4659