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Treasures from the oven

The only thing better than the bathhouses and hot springs is the FOOD in Hot Springs! Known as the Valley of the Vapors, it has become one of the most visited cities for food enthusiasts. After checking out this list of “Hot Spots” you will know why!


Must Have Food & Drinks in Hot Springs

Let's start off with some grub! 


  • Luna Bella (104 Grand Isle Way) - Established 2010, lUNA belle serves thoughtfully made Italian dishes, fresh seafood, and tender steaks.

  • Fishermans Wharf (5101 Central Ave) - A laid-back seafood spot with lake views; people near and far visit for grilled and fried fish, nautical decor and spacious patio seating.

  • The Pancake Shop (216 Central Ave) - A staple restaurant in the city’s historic district since 1940, The Pancake Shop is a popular brunch spot among locals and tourists visiting the area.

  • Steinhaus Keller (801 Central Ave #!5) - Open, upbeat eatery featuring traditional German eats and beer, plus outdoor seating and live music!

  • VAULT (723 Central Ave Suite 100)- Situated in the heart of the city’s downtown area, VAULT has become one of the most popular food spots since opening in 2017. Very popular for date nights, romantic evenings and lasting memories. 

  • Bleu Monkey Grills (4263 Central Ave) - A modern day more relaxed restaurant and sports bar offering a large, eclectic menu and a family-friendly atmosphere.

  • J&S Italian Villa (4332 Central Avenue) - A classy Italian eatery and bar offering traditional favorites including pasta, seafood and veal entrees.

  • 420 Eats Food Truck Court (420 Malvern Ave) - A food truck court with fun for the whole family. Outdoor games, live music events, on-site restrooms with charging stations, picnic tables and covered pavilion seating. Family and Pet Friendly featuring the Rock N Roll Hibachi being voted Best Food Truck 2017, 2018, and 2019.

  • The Ohio Club (336 Central Ave) - Widely Known for its amazing burgers, this local favorite has been around since 1905 and currently serves as one of the city's top tourist attractions in nightlife experiences as well.

  • Grateful Head Pizza (Enjoy Outdoor Patio eating) (100 Exchange St) - Rustic cabin eatery featuring creative pizzas and beer, plus a patio, gift shop and live music.

Now moving on to the drinks!

  • Kollective Coffee and Tea (110 Central Ave) - Hot Springs’ very own 3rd wave coffee and tea house that specializes in organic and local products.

  • Superior Bathhouse Brewery (Only Brewery in the world to use thermal spring water) (329 Central Ave) - Established in 2013, the Superior Bathhouse Brewery is the 1st brewery in a US National Park, plus they also offer delicious comfort food that everyone loves.

  • Bathhouse Row Winery (220 Central Ave) - The Winery of Hot Springs and Bathhouse Row. Take a step inside to taste the finest native wines in Arkansas from muscadine wines to  strawberry wines. No booking required.

That should get any foodie started! 

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