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The drink selection is beyond amazing! We went here with friends and had a great time! We really enjoyed the live music as well. The Ohio Club has a great atmosphere. The kitchen was closed at the time of our visit.
I had the Pineapple...Upside Down specialty drink and it was AMAZING!More
It is always fun to go here. The oldest bar in Arkansas shouts history. You can just know Al Capone sat at this bar. Go early in evening to get a table. We like to go when band is playing. Food is pub fare but...good and fun to eat hereMore
We only had drinks one afternoon but it was fun to sit at the bar that Al Capone and many other gangsters enjoyed. It was great to walk around and see the memorabilia from that era. The bartenders were very friendly and attentive.
Jennifer R. was our server and she was awesome! The drinks were strong and yummy. But the ghost stories we heard were somehow even better! Lots of history in this bar. When you go, ask Jennifer to share some of the spooky and fun stories...she has - and even the ghosty video. cheers!More
We were in Hot Springs for a few days. While walking around Bathhouse Row we popped in for a few drinks. Loved the atmosphere, the carved horse bar was bad ass. The bartender told us all the stories about the history of the bar. She...wasn’t just a historian,she mixed some good cocktails as well. Good local beer selection. Definitely need to give this place a try.More
If you like the combination of history and delicious food, the Ohio Club is a “must stop”. The staff are all well informed on the history of the place and the atmosphere automatically takes you back in to the time of gangsters and gambling and...live music. Make sure you add this place to your list of meals and places you’ll want to make a memory in.More