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With Flossie’s Funnel Cakes, barbecue, crawfish, Cajun food, regional and international delights, beer, wine and lemonade to choose from, there’s no excuse to go hungry or thirsty at Riverfest. Of course, you’ll have to buy Riverbucks to purchase your refreshments. Here are the vendors, by location:

West end

(near the DoubleTree Hotel and the Broadway Bridge)

Flossie’s Funnel Cakes

Mexican Favoritos and More

Chuck’s Bar-B-Que

Roger Westmoreland Concessions

Flaming Wok

San Francisco Lemonade

W&M Concessions

Yarnell’s Ice Cream



Central area
(near the Peabody Hotel and the Main Street Bridge)

Aunt B’s Bakery Cafe

Cozy’s Concession

Dry Creek Concessions

Fat Sam’s Catering

Flossie’s Funnel Cakes

Icee of Little Rock

Kitchen Express

Linda Chan’s Concession

Lindsey’s Hospitality House

Nucci’s Concession

Original Corn Roast

Popeye’s Chicken

San Francisco Lemonade

Trandafir Concession

Santa Lucia

Tropical Delights

Walker’s Way and Hot Food

Yarnell’s Ice Cream



East end
(near the River Market and the amphitheater)

Arkansas Philippine Association

C & N Distributors

Chuck’s Bar-B-Que

Flossie’s Funnel Cakes

Kitchen Express

Nucci’s Concession

Old Tyme Foods

Original Corn Roast

Papa John’s Pizza

Riverside Catering (crawfish)

San Francisco Lemonade

San Francisco Puffs and Stuff

State Fair Sweets and More

Yarnell’s Ice Cream



North Shore Riverwalk

Flossie’s Funnel Cakes

Kathy’s Kabana

Lewis and Edna’s Mobile Grill

Nucci’s Concession

Papa John’s Pizza

San Francisco Lemonade

Scooter’s Bar-B-Que

Top Chef Concessions

W&M Concessions




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