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West Little Rock Dining Guide 

Like its shopping options, West Little Rock offers visitors seemingly endless dining choices. So no matter your taste—from first-rate prime rib, pasta, tempura shrimp to Thai ginger noodles or Indian samosas—you're sure to find it in West Little Rock.

AMERICAN

APPLEBEE'S
A vast menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads, pastas and appetizers, served in a pleasant setting. 12110 Chenal Pkwy. 954-8444

ARTHUR'S PRIME STEAKHOUSE
Restaurateur Jerry Barakat brings the classic New York steakhouse formula to Chenal Valley. The main event is prime beef, or even more expensive Australian wagyu beef. The steak's crusty on the outside, just right on the inside. There's a wide choice of seafood, too. The truffle fries are spectacular. Good wine list. 27 Rahling Circle. 821-1848

ATHLETIC CLUB
What could be mundane fare gets delightful twists and embellishments here. Embassy Suites Hotel. 11301 Financial Centre Pkwy. 312-9000

BLACK ANGUS
Charcoal-grilled burgers, hamburger steaks and steaks proper are the big draws at this local institution. 10907 N. Rodney Parham Rd. 228-7800

BOBBY'S COUNTRY COOKIN'
One of the better lunch plates in the area—maybe the best fried chicken and pot roast around, and a changing daily casserole and tasty homemade pies. 301 N. Shackleford Rd. 224-9500

BUFFALO GRILL
The crispy-off-the-griddle cheeseburger and hand-cut fries star at this family-friendly stop. 400 N. Bowman Rd. 224-0012

BUTCHER SHOP
A lot has changed since 1981, when the Little Rock location debuted. The menu has expanded, but choose a steak and let the pros cook it. You'll be glad you did. 10825 Hermitage Rd. 312-2748

CAFÉ 201
This West Little Rock restaurant, located inside the Crowne Plaza Hotel, offers classic American cuisine that includes an excellent steak choice. Locals and guests alike will enjoy the friendly service in a sophisticated atmosphere. Markham and Shackleford. 223-3000

COFFEE BEANERY CAFE
Come for the coffee, but stay for the lunchtime sandwiches and desserts. 17200 Chenal Pkwy. 821-7747

COMMUNITY BAKERY
This sunny bakery is a great place to linger over a latte, bagels and the New York Times. But a lunchtime dash for sandwiches is OK, too. 270 S. Shackleford Rd. 224-1656

COPELAND'S
The full-service restaurant chain started by the founder of Popeye's delivers the same good biscuits. You can eat red beans and rice for a price in the single digits or pay nearly $40 for a choice slab of ribeye, with crab, shrimp and fish in between. 2602 S. Shackleford Rd. 312-1616

DELICIOUS TEMPTATIONS
A great variety of sandwiches, meal-sized salads and homemade soups, many of the items heart-smart. Great desserts, too. 11220 N. Rodney Parham Rd. 225-6893

DIXIE CAFE
Abundant vegetable choices that are inexpensive, wholesome, satisfying and dependable, with meats and fresh rolls to match. 10700 Rodney Parham Rd. 224-3728

FADED ROSE
The Cajun-inspired menu seldom disappoints. Steaks and soaked salads are legendary. Multiple locations, including 400 N. Bowman Rd. 224-3377

FRANKE'S
Plate lunch spot strong on salads and vegetables, and perfect fried chicken on Sundays. 11121 N. Rodney Parham Rd. 225-4487

GRUMPY'S TOO
Try the Wednesday night bonanza: large, fresh oysters on the half-shell and hefty shrimp for a quarter-a-pop. Rib special on Mondays. 1801 Green Mountain Dr. 225-3768

HEAVENLY HAM
Fine hams, turkeys and other specialty meats served whole, by the pound or the sandwich. 11121 N. Rodney Parham Rd. 225-2136

HONEYBAKED HAM CO.
Their trademark ham is available by the sandwich, as is the great smoked turkey. There are lots of inexpensive side items and desserts. 9112 N. Rodney Parham Rd. 227-5555

JASON'S DELI
A huge selection of sandwiches (wraps, subs, po' boys and pitas), fresh salads and spuds, as well as red beans and rice and chicken pot pie. Plus a large selection of heart-healthy dishes. 301 N. Shackleford Rd. 954-8700

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