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Monday, November 7, 2011

Your turn to choose

Posted By on Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 10:31 AM

That's right — time to tell us what you think about restaurants in Arkansas. Who has the best in each category, and what are the best restaurants in Arkansas?

Our Arkansas Times Readers Choice Awards poll asks you to choose your favorite in each category, both for Pulaski County and for the rest of Arkansas. The categories this year are:

Overall
New
Italian
Chinese
Japanese

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Mexican
Indian
Other ethnic
Food truck
Vegetarian/vegan
Bakery
Barbecue
Breakfast
Brunch
Deli/gourmet-to-to
Catfish
Fried chicken
Hamburger
Pizza
Seafood
Buffet
Steak
Desserts
Coffee
Home cooking
“Fun”
Place for kids
Romantic
Gluten-free
Yogurt
Business lunch
Wine list
Server
Chef

The poll also asks some specific, including the best restaurants in Conway, Benton, Eureka Springs, the Fayetteville/Springdale/Rogers/Bentonville corridor and Hot Springs.

Polling continues through December 16th.

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