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North Little Rock Dining Guide 

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Whether you're looking for lunch or a place to land after a long day of shopping, North Little Rock offers a number of popular options. From seafood and grilled steaks to creative salads, soups and tempting desserts, the city features a variety of mouth-watering choices. Below are a few of your dining options.

AMERICAN

COCK OF THE WALK
Make evening plans with the family to enjoy this friendly, down-home restaurant featuring some of the best catfish around. The cornbread tossed at the table from the skillet is a treat. Take the Maumelle exit off I-430 and go west 1.5 miles. 7103 Cock of the Walk Lane 758-7182

CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE
Home-cooking with plenty of variety and big portions. Old-fashioned breakfast served anytime. 3101 Springhill Rd. 945-9373

DIXIE CAFÉ
A Central Arkansas favorite—down-home cooking that is wholesome and satisfying. Don't miss the Marinated Black-eyed Pea Salad and the jalapeno cornbread. 2724 Lakewood Village Dr. 758-4777

GADWALL'S GRILL & PIZZA
Once two separate restaurants, a fire forced the grill into the pizza joint. Now, under one roof, you'll find mouth-watering burgers and specialty sandwiches, plus zesty pizzas with cracker-thin crust and plenty of toppings. 7311 N. Hills Blvd. 834-1840

GOLDEN CORRAL
Big buffet anytime with plenty of good breakfast, lunch or dinner choices. 5001 Warden Rd. 771-4605

HOOTERS
Sandwiches, burgers, seafood and wings. 4110 Landers Rd. 945-0444

JASON'S DELI
A local favorite for those looking for healthy, often organic choices, including sandwiches, entrees and salads. 4209 E. McCain Blvd. 945-7700

MCALISTER'S DELI
Hefty sandwiches made from quality meats and cheeses. Try a glass of their "Sweet Tea." 4842 N. Hills Blvd. 812-6920

OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE
Well-grilled meats and seafood. Don't forget the "bloomin' onion" mate. 4401 Warden Rd. 771-7799

PANERA BREAD
Soul-warming breads and soups, and freshly baked, hard-to-resist pastries. 2812 Lakewood Village Dr. 771-0168

RED LOBSTER
Whether broiled, baked or on their wood grill, this chain offers fresh seafood at great prices. One of the most visited restaurants in the area. 3707 McCain Blvd. 753-4000

TEXAS ROADHOUSE
Grilled steak, seafood and more at a great price. Don't be surprised when the wait-staff breaks out into a boot scoot boogie. 3601 Warden Rd. 771-4230

TGI FRIDAY'S
The lunch combos are a great deal, and the steaks aren't bad. 2820 Lakewood Village Dr. 758-2277

BARBECUE

CORKY'S RIBS AND BBQ
The pulled pork is tender and juicy, while the sauce is sweet and tangy. Dine in or drive through. 2947 Lakewood Village Dr. 753-3737

WHOLE HOG CAFE
The pulled pork shoulder is a classic, the back ribs are worthy of their many blue ribbons, and there's a six-pack of sauces for all tastes. A real find is the beef brisket, cooked the way Texans like it. 5107 Warden Rd. 753-9227

EUROPEAN

FOX & HOUND
Sports, spirits, good bar food and fun. 2800 Lakewood Village Dr. 753-8300

ITALIAN

AMERICAN PIE PIZZA
Hand-made thin crust with variety of tasty toppings, and inexpensive. 4830 N. Hills Blvd. 753-0081

LARRY'S PIZZA NORTH
Get your pizza fix here, offering a variety of unusual toppings. Definitely worth a visit. 5933 John F Kennedy Blvd. 812-5353

OLD CHICAGO
As the name implies, this joint serves up Chicago style pizzas done right, sandwiches and pasta, and 110 different beers. 4305 Warden Rd. 812-6262

OLIVE GARDEN
Tasty and filling Italian entrees at reasonable prices. An endless salad, too. 2943 Lakewood Village Dr. 758-4603

SADDLE CREEK WOODFIRED GRILL
Sassy pizzas, salads, prime rib and seafood—enough choices to please the entire family. 2703 Lakewood Village Dr. 812-0883

SHOTGUN DAN'S PIZZA
Hearty pizza and sandwiches with a decent salad bar. 4020 E. Broadway St. 945-0606

U.S. PIZZA COMPANY
A local favorite serving scrumptious pizzas, salads and sandwiches. Multiple locations in North Little Rock: 3324 Pike Ave. 758-5997; 4001 McCain Park Blvd. 753-2900; and 5524 John F. Kennedy Blvd. 975-5524

MEXICAN

BLUE COAST BURRITO
Plenty of good, fresh coastal Tex-Mex choices served in cafeteria style. 4613 E. McCain Blvd. 945-8033

CACTUS JACK'S MEXICAN RESTAURANT
Ample Tex-Mex that is easy on the pocketbook. 4120 E. McCain Blvd. 945-5888

CASA MEXICANA
Familiar Tex-Mex style items shine, in ample portions, and the steak-centered dishes are uniformly excellent. 7111 John F. Kennedy Blvd. 835-7876

LAS PALMAS
A North Little Rock Mexican favorite with a variety of tasty choices. 4154 E. McCain Blvd. 945-8010

LA REGIONAL
A Full service grocery store, bakery, and restaurant catering to the Latino community. A far-reaching menu, from chimichanga and pupusas, regional aguas (horchata, tamarindo) to a large variety of Mexican sodas. 2630 Pike Ave.

MI BURRITO
Plenty of good Mexican food at the right price. 11608 Maumelle Blvd. 753-6263

MOE'S SOUTHWEST GRILL
Don't miss Moe's favorites: tacos, nachos, burritos and fajitas. 4834 N. Hills Blvd. 812-5577

ASIAN

CHINA INN
Chinese buffet overflows with meaty and fresh dishes, augmented at dinner by boiled shrimp, oysters on the half shell and snow crab legs. 2629 Lakewood Village Pl. 771-2288

CRAZY HIBACHI
Located in Lakewood Village, this is a good restaurant for the whole family. The food and the presentation is good—it's great for special occasions. 2907 Lakewood Village Dr. 812-9888

NEW CHINA RESTAURANT
Traditional Chinese fare served up buffet style. 4617 John F Kennedy Blvd. 753-8988

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