Eat the shrimp and grits and get one of their many locally produced beers. You can eat and look out on the Arkansas River.
I guess I may not have the taste for Micro-Brewery Beer, but I didn't care for the types they had. Food was very good, however.
The place is nice, but the service was terrible. We ordered beer, which took over 10 mins to get, and it wasn't very cold, probably because it sat for awhile. Then our appetizer took another half hour. We didn't bother with an entree, we might still be there. It's not worth the trouble.
Understandably any restaurant in a tourist location such as President Clinton Avenue will tend to be a little more than budget prices. Although, I have to say that we were very impressed with our choices. To start off, my husband ordered the soup of the day, which was chicken. It was homemade with chunks of chicken, and vegetables. It appeared... More
Traditional microbrew in the heart of the River Market downtown. I had a steak and it was phenomenal. The bartender needs to lighten up and help "point" customers in the right direction. If you like craft brews, you must stop in!
Ate here in late August in a party of four and none of us will be dining here again. The Caesar salads were an overpriced collection of wilted lettuce with a halfhearted dollop of some sort of dressing. I ordered the shrimp scampi over capellini. There was essentially no garlic taste to the bland sauce and the pasta was in... More
My comapnion and I found ourselves in Little Rock, Arkansas midmorning on a Sunday. When traveling with The Fatman one of the main topics of conversation is "Wanna Eat???" Having seldom been in The Capital City at such an hour, we decided to explore the River Market area. Located west of The Bill Clinton Library (west of I-30). Neat area... More
Not really a lot to add. We really enjoyed our high quality lunch and the two beers we tasted. Close to best in class.
It's been a while since we last had a meal at Boscos and boy has it changed.I ordered the Mediterranean pizza and my wife ordered the Gorgonzola Pear salad.Both were quick to arrive and both were very disappointing.The pizzas used to have a really thin crust that you could tell was hand made but this one was pre made and... More
I had the grouper, which had a pico de gallo topping on it, and my wife had the 8oz fillet mignon. The fillet was tender, but relatively bland tasting. It could have used some seasoning before grilling. It was served with bernaise sauce which tasted fine, but the consistency was off. The roasted potatoes were sliced thin and seasoned, but... More
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