Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
Northwest Arkansas's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Van was our waiter for the evening. He was very attentive without being irritating. When we were seated they had made a heart with rose pedals on the table. I mentioned in my reservation it was our anniversary dinner. Very nice touch. Thank you! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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"The Sphinx Club provides an exclusive, VIP, dining & lounge experience like no other in Fort Smith. Located below TempleLive, guests enjoy a stunning setting & ambiance only found in The Sphinx Club, Ft. Smith’s luxe, downtown hideaway. The Sphinx Club is perfect for pre- or post-concert or downtown event.
Upon descending into The Sphinx Club, enjoy an exciting menu including an 8-ounce Prime Center Cut Filet or try the Shrimp Diablo Pasta, paired with a bold wine from our extensive list, or a unique hand-crafted cocktail. Whether you are looking for an intimate night with that special someone or an unforgettable night watching your favorite band, The Sphinx Club provides the ultimate Rock ‘n’ Roll VIP experience. Membership is not required for dinner reservations.More
Discover Northwest Arkansas
As an area that includes the scenic Ozark mountains, northwest Arkansas draws enthusiasts of the outdoors all year round. The region also boasts a mix of casual and fine dining. For a twist on comfort food, enjoy beef tenderloin meatballs placed in port wine tomato sauce and served with flavorful Parmesan crisps. Dinner entrees include grilled duck breast served with braised lentils, spiced carrot purée and roasted baby carrots with a Madeira peppercorn reduction at a fine dining eatery. Casual dining options include deli sandwiches prepared with crispy muffaletta bread spread with olive oil, melted provolone and a choice of ham and salami or roasted turkey breast at a regional deli. You may also like the rich gumbo made with shrimp, chicken, Andouille sausage and okra simmering in a dark roux. Northwest Arkansas offers more than scenery.