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caro81
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Hot Springs, AR suggestions
Wife and I going for a long weekend to relax. Any recommending dinner spots?
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NC17
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Alaska? Never heard of it!


caro81
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whoops my bad! AR


rondo
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I spent a week at DeGray Lake and it was great...but there is shite for food up there.


caro81
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That's what I was suspecting but figured I'd ask in case.


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Twenty 49
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DeLuca's Pizza is just north of the downtown tourist area and has some damned good pizza. Make a dinner reservation so they will save you some dough. They often run out early on weekends. You can eat lunch there too, and that is usually not crowded at all. I like the Italian sausage and the meatball pies. They come in one size: huge.

The Ohio Club is right in the middle of the action. Decent bar with really good burgers and sandwiches.

Via Roma. Only went once, a few weeks ago, but it had some good Italian food in a dark and quiet setting. Our waiter was Italian or a good faker.

Park Avenue Bistro: I hear good things about this "upscale" place but have not been able to go. Looking forward to trying it.

Mexican or Latin: Rolando's downtown, Taco Mama (casual and good; try the roasted jalapenos on the salsa bar), and La Bodeguita (taco shop in the back of a Mexican grocery store) are good choices.

McClard's for BBQ is the famous name and often has a line. It gets mixed reviews, but we liked the food, service, and vibe. I know some who prefer Smokin' in Style. It's okay, but I don't see any woodpiles or smell any smoke around their place.


LSU_Holla
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Rocky’s Corner for pizza..Colorado Grill is good Mexican..never been impressed with McClards


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Coater
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re: Hot Springs, AR suggestions
Pizza @ deluca’s

Grab some beers at superior bathhouse


Miz Piggy
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Another plug for DeLuca's and Rolando's


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Dingeaux
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had lunch at Superior Bathhouse. It was a cool little place. enjoyed it. they brew their own beers

the Ohio club is cool. didn't eat there just sat at the bar and had some drinks.



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bayoucat0612
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molly O'brians pizza. its on the back side of the village


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caro81
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Thanks for all suggestion guys.

Twenty it looks like the bistro is permanently closed now.


robchand58
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Jahna's for Italian. Really enjoyed this place. Great service, steak was excellent, her veal Marsala was great for her. She loved the crabcake appetizer. Although its yelp rating is 2 dollar signs, should prob be 3. Food was worth the money though.

For breakfast, Phil's Restaurant on the main drag. Great breakfast joint, daily specials for lunch. Chicken and Dumplings when we visited. Probably the world's LARGEST hotcake – beware. They bring 2! Breakfast/ Lunch 7-230p.


Twenty 49
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Jahna's for Italian. Really enjoyed this place.


Same. The only reason I did not list it is it's a bit far from where most visitors go.

Bonus: Tri-Lakes Liquor next door is pretty decent.

Craft Beer Cellar downtown is a good place to shop for package beer or sit and drink from the several beers on tap.


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