I visited Eureka Springs off season, and on a Sunday night, two things which limit the dining possibilities in this quaint little town. Henri's was recommended to me by the owner of the one and only convenience store in town who kindly made a call to make sure the place was open. He said Henri's had the best burgers in town which is exactly what I was in the mood for at that moment.
Greeted immediately, I took a seat adjacent to the bar where I had a good vantage point of the dark restaurant/bar. Historic/vintage looking and quite large, but easy to see that this place really gets hopping during the "season" and is probably a great deal of fun. My server, probably the owner, gave me immediate attention, brought my drink instantly and allowed me to check out the menu. Food choices are varied, from great-sounding salads, several fish dishes, sandwiches and main courses. As suggested I ordered a cheeseburger with Swiss, which comes with chips or, for an additional charge of around $2, fries. Although a restaurant and bar, this food is far from being traditional bar food.
My order was delivered promptly and exactly as I requested, removing the bun and serving on salad, medium rare. Juicy, not overcooked and tasted as if it had been grilled on a charcoal oven, which it probably must have been. Greens were fresh and crisp and the portions substantial. Total bill with a premium cocktail came to $14 which I thought to be very reasonable for the quality and service. Located just down the steps from the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, Henri's is well worth the visit!
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