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  • 1996

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GRAND PRIZE RESTAURANT

Restaurant Jacques and Suzanne, Little Rock

BEST OVERALL

That Little Restaurant, Little Rock
The Old Post Office, Fayetteville
Le Mirabelle, Hot Springs
Linwood Steakhouse, Paragould
Habib's, Helena

BEST NEW RESTAURANT

The Black-Eyed Pea, Little Rock (with Le Case Croute a close runner-up)
Coy's Place, Fayetteville
The Peking, Jonesboro

BEST VALUE

The Black-Eyed Pea, Little Rock
Bowen's, Fayetteville
Couch's, Jonesboro

BEST AMERICAN

The Black-Eyed Pea, Little Rock (with Cheers a close runner-up)
Heinie's Steakhouse, Springdale
Mrs. Miller's, Hot Springs
The Sharecropper, Earle

BEST FRENCH

Restaurant Jacques and Suzanne
Le Mirabelle, Hot Springs

BEST ITALIAN

The Villa, Little Rock
Mary Maestri's, Tonitown

BEST PIZZA

Slice of Life, Little Rock
Rod's Pizza Cellar, Hot Springs
King's Pizza, Fayetteville
Pizza Hut, Jonesboro

BEST MEXICAN

Browning's, Little Rock
Pancho's, West Memphis

BEST ORIENTAL

Fu Lin's, Little Rock
Peking Restaurant, Springdale

BEST BRUNCH

The Arlington Hotel, Hot Springs
Buster's, Little Rock
The Old Post Office, Fayetteville

BEST SEAFOOD

Cajun's Wharf, Little Rock
The Lighthouse Inn, Fort Smith
The Ramada Inn, Blytheville

BEST STEAK

Coy's, Little Rock
Linwood Steakhouse, Paragould
The Hamilton House, Hot Springs
Heinie's Steakhouse, Springdale

BEST BARBECUE

McClard's, Hot Springs
HB's, Little Rock
B & B's, Fayetteville
Couch's, Jonesboro

BEST PLATE LUNCH

Bard's, Little Rock
Ed and Alma's, Benton
Drake's, Fayetteville
Pete's Place, Fort Smith
Bill's Grill, Marion
Triebel's, Crossett

BEST BUSINESS LUNCH

Buster's, Little Rock
Heinie's Steakhouse, Springdale
The Woodlands, Ramada Inn, Crossett

MOST LEISURELY LUNCH

Buster's, Little Rock
The Woodlands, Ramada Inn, Crossett

BEST COCKTAILS

That Little Restaurant/The Afterthought, Little Rock
Tomfoolery, Fort Smith

BEST DESSERTS

Andre's, Little Rock
The Old Post Office, Fayetteville

MOST ROMANTIC

That Little Restaurant, Little Rock
The Hamilton House, Hot Springs
Red Apple Inn, Heber Springs
The Old Post Office, Fayetteville The Tale of the Trout, Rogers

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