6818 Rogers Avenue
Your neighborhood grill & bar, the way it was always meant to be. Food, drinks & you.
318 Garrison Ave
Fort Smith Bricktown Brewery is located at Adelaide hall and is the first Bricktown Brewery in Arkansas. Rich with history, Adelaide Hall has been a community gathering place since it's construction in 1870. It seems fitting for Bricktown Brewery to…
1701 Rogers Avenue
The White Spot Cafe has been a Fort Smith staple for years. The cafe strives for cleanliness, ergo it becoming, "Skinny's White Spot!" Come by and taste one of their classic American dishes!
6201 B Rogers Avenue
Fridays is America’s most iconic bar and grill. We embrace – and celebrate – our heritage as a bar. One that just happens to serve killer food in an environment where it’s always Friday.
424 Garrison Avenue
Downtown Fort Smith's Original Rib & Bar-B-Que Joint! Neumeier's Rib Room & Beer Garden offers ribs, chicken, pork shoulder, and pork loin smoked in a genuine, hickory wood-burning smoker. No boiling, no marinade, no rubs, no tenderizers...just authe…
6500 Highway 271 South
Whether you want breakfast, lunch or dinner, everything on the menu is available 24/7.
5910 Rogers Avenue
Denny’s is America’s Diner. Where guests have come for over 60 years to relax and enjoy good, hearty meals at reasonable prices. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Denny’s restaurants serve classic breakfast around the clock as well as craveable sal…
821 Garrison Ave
Family-friendly Americana Bar and Grill! Pool, sports, and great food! Come and join us for lunch or dinner 7 days a week!
2120 Grand Avenue
George's has been a local favorite for over 27 years and counting. They're open all week except for Sunday. Come in and try some of their burgers, Greek/Mediterranean dishes, sandwiches, and vegetarian options!
4300 Rogers Avenue
Patrick’s Butcher Boy Burgers takes its name from owner Micah Bubbus’ grandfather Patrick, who was a butcher. The burger truck is a family affair, being associated with cousins and uncles who run CJ’s Butcher Boy Burgers in Russellville and David’s B…