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“A side trip that was worth the drive”
Review of War Eagle Mill

War Eagle Mill
Ranked #3 of 26 things to do in Rogers
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Our Commitment To You Our flour comes to you the War Eagle way - stone ground slow to preserve all the nutrients and the deep, rich taste. Our farmers are committed to maintaining a natural, organic and Non-GMO environment for growing grain and work hand-in-hand with us to shorten the time between the field, the milling process and your table. Since 1832 to today, we remain committed to you and your family's health. You are our first priority. We provide an array of grains and flours and specialty items. The 2nd floor of the mill is a gift shop and the 3rd floor is our Bean Palace Cafe serving soups, sandwiches and our famous beans and War Eagle Mill cornbread!
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Reviewed November 3, 2013

While traveling north on I-540, we decided to check out the War Eagle Mill outside of Rogers, AR. We went East from Fayetteville to drive through more scenic areas rather than just the interstate. It was a beautiful drive & the view of the mill from across the historic bridge was so nice. The staff was very friendly and we bought several of their grains, bread mixes and jellies to take home. We did not eat at their restaurant but did check out the gift shop on the 2nd floor where I found some great gifts. It's definitely worth the drive.

Thank rickandkim1117
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Reviewed October 28, 2013

The grains are fantastic, and it was a cute little place. In the restaurant I ordered the beans and homemade cornbread...it was barely okay...maybe the other food was better but that's what they touted as being good, so I went for it.

Thank gingerblu
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Reviewed October 24, 2013

We make an annual trip to northwest Arkansas and War Eagle Mill every fall. The valley where the mill is located is beautiful and the mill is definitely a step back in time. There is a restaurant on the top floor where we always have breakfast, then shop on the lower two floors. It was always a part of our trip to which we looked forward. This fall, when we had breakfast (there were 2 of us) we each had a biscuit and gravy, 2 pieces of bacon and a small coffee and it was $20. I was shocked! (This isn't a city, this is in the middle of nowhere and other local restaurants do not charge this much.) They have definitely raised the prices and the food wasn't very good. It was so disappointing! When we went down on the lower floors to shop, the amount of inventory seemed much less than previous years. One of the biggest disappointments was the change of their flours and milled grains from the cloth "sack" bags to paper bags. This really hurt the charm of the products. Their explanation was they are going "green". I think they are taking the cheap route. Overall, very sad to see the changes in a historical place. While we will visit next fall because it is a beautiful area, we won't dine in the restaurant. There are too many excellent places to dine in the northwest AR area where the food and value are so much better.

Thank Marken76
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Reviewed October 22, 2013

The drive and location are a perfect part of the Ozark experience. The history is interesting... and the mill is not only operational still, it continues to make and sell its own products... many of which we brought home. A "must" part of your travels through the Ozark mountains.

Thank David M
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Reviewed October 18, 2013

This is definitely a tourist attraction. We had taken a hike and needed something to fill our time for an hour or so. It worked out nice as a souvenir stop and snack shack. We ordered ice cream and cobbler after a lengthy hike and took some photos of the beautiful surroundings. There is an antique shop there, but we didn't spend that much time to investigate it. Worth a stop if it's in your path.

Thank JulieCirlin
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