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Argenta Dining Guide 

click to enlarge A pasta dish at Ristorante Capeo
  • A pasta dish at Ristorante Capeo

Just a trolley ride away from downtown Little Rock, Argenta is home to a few of North Little Rock's finest and friendliest restaurants. From exceptional catfish, Cuban pork and French dip sandwiches to the perfect steak, burger, Irish fare or homemade mozzarella, Argenta has plenty to offer. Here are a few favorites.

AMERICAN

ARGENTA MARKET
Chose from the finest of the season's Arkansas farm-raised offerings. In additional to fresh vegetables, try the homemade pastas, cheeses and more. Dine in, take out or shop for the ingredients for your own culinary creations. 521 Main St. NLR 379-9980

ARKANSAS QUEEN RIVERBOAT
This delightful two-hour dinner cruise features a two-entrée meal with salad, vegetables, coffee or tea and a delicious dessert. Dancing, too. 100 Riverfront Park Dr. NLR 372-5777

CORNERSTONE PUB & GRILL
A popular local haunt with the usual and not-so-usual food selections. Can't decide? You can't go wrong with a burger and fries. 314 Main St. NLR 374-1782

MARGO'S CATFISH DINER
Exceptional fried catfish that would put a smile on grandpa's face. 807 Willow St. NLR 372-3810/374-7842

RENO'S ARGENTA CAFÉ
A tasty selection of sandwiches, from Cuban pork to French dip to a muffaletta, plus gyros, wraps and specialty pizzas. 312 Main St. NLR 376-2900

RIVERFRONT RESTAURANT & STEAKHOUSE
Steaks delivered fresh from Chicago twice weekly are salted, peppered, seared in an infra-red oven and then buttered to satisfy a meat-eater's dream. Make sure to sample the crab cakes, shrimp bisque, chops and lobster, too. 2 Riverfront Pl. NLR 375-7825

UMPS PUB & GRILL
From mouth-watering burgers and fries, to sensational ribeyes or halibut served at Dickey-Stephens Park. 400 W. Broadway St. NLR 324-2255

ASIAN

BENIHANA—THE JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE
Enjoy the cooking show, make sure you get a little fillet with your meal, and do plenty of dunking in that fabulous ginger sauce. All-you-can eat sushi specials daily. 2 Riverfront Pl. NLR 374-8081

BARBECUE

LINDSEY'S HOSPITALITY HOUSE
A local headliner, serving melt-in-your-mouth smoked meats, large sides and great fried pies. 207 E. 15th St. NLR 374-5901

WHITE PIG INN
Go for the sliced rather than chopped meats at this working-class barbecue cafe. Side orders—from fries to potato salad to beans and slaw—are superb, as are the fried pies. 5231 E. Broadway St. NLR 945-5551

EUROPEAN

CREGEEN IRISH PUB
Good, hearty Irish fare in a pub setting. Great burgers and fries. Dine outside on the patio when whether permits. 301 Main St. NLR 376-7468

STARVING ARTIST CAFÉ
Fun, creative and consistently excellent lunch and dinner entrees. 411 Main St. NLR 372-7976

ITALIAN

RISTORANTE CAPEO
Authentic cooking from the boot of Italy is the draw at this cozy, brick-walled restaurant on Argenta's Main Street. Familiar pasta dishes will comfort most diners, but let the chef delight you with some more exotic stuff. They make their own mozzarella fresh daily. 425 Main St. NLR 376-3463

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