Located on the northeast side of town on Park/Central Avenue, this end of town is otherwise pretty sparse.
Still if you are in town for a few nights, you should add Central Park Fusion to your dining experience. From time to time they have offered wine or champagne pairings -- definitely worth the trip.
We were a party of four that order two bottles of wine -- a nice crisp pinot grigio and a Shiraz. We never made it to the entrees because the appetizers were to die for:
Tuna tartare tacos, duck confit egg rolls, fried brie, carmelized scallops, spinach artichoke dip and these amazing asian beef lettuce rolls that left us licking our fingers.
The only appetizer (by now we were committed to a tapas experience) that we were less than impressed with were the crab cakes. But we are Maryland Chesapeake Bay Crab Cake snobs and we should have known better in Arkansas!
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