Brunch in Bentonville AR is nothing short of amazing. Bentonville is a world class destination with many excellent restaurants that cater to the globe trotting travelers who visit the city for business, to see its amazing art museums, sample its culinary scene or to experience the exciting adventures to be had in the scenic Ozarks countryside. The below top brunch restaurants including the popular Bentonville restaurants on the square have a brunch menu to satisfy everyone, even those with the most discriminating palate:
Buttered Biscuit $
1403 SE Moberly Ln, (479) 319-4822
Scratch made dishes are the specialty at The Buttered Biscuits. The just-out-of-the-oven biscuits and the gravy are heavenly as are the delish Sweet Cream Waffles, The Turtle French Toast, the Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes, the Kickin’ Chicken Waffles and the Shrimp and Grits. Serving until 2:00 pm every day of the week, this is a wonderful spot to enjoy a scrumptious meal while visiting with friends and family.
Crepes Paulette $
100 SW 8th St #4, (479) 250-1110
Oh my, you’re in for a real treat when you choose to dine at Crepes Paulette for brunch. The menu is full of delicious crepe offerings including a huge variety of sweet and savory, savory crepes made with GF buckwheat, and sweet crepes. The owners are delightful, the service is outstanding and friendly and the overall experience is delightfully different.
Eleven at Crystal Bridges $$
600 Museum Way, (479) 418-5700
You are in for a serious treat when you dine at Eleven located inside Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The High South Cuisine including Eggs Benedict, The Lafayette, Shrimp and Grits and Belgian Waffles for the kids is prepared and cooked to perfection by the chefs of Eleven. Dine by the lake, then stroll through the stunning grounds and world-class museum of Crystal Bridges. The buffet-style Sunday Brunch at Eleven is a dining experience like no other. Feast on fried chicken, smoked trout, hand-cut bacon, shrimp & grits, biscuits and gravy, delicious pastries and more every Sunday from 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM.
Meld Kitchen & Sandwich Bar $
1120 S Walton Blvd, Ste #152, (479) 845-4640
Although it’s an order-at-the-counter eatery, the Saturday brunch, served from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, has a delicious array of brunch items that everyone can enjoy including Breakfast Tacos, Buttermilk Waffles, Homemade Biscuits and Cream Gravy, War Eagle Grits and much more. Plan to take your family to dine at Meld’s soon, you’ll be so glad you did. Note: Closed on Sunday
Oven & Tap $$
215 S Main St, Ste 3
Featuring a unique menu including their signature wood-fired pizzas, donuts, okratouille, steak and eggs, zucchini bread with blackberry butter and other more, Oven & Tap is the place to go when you desire a brunch that is deliciously different from the norm. Service is friendly and efficient, and the location is just off the famous Downtown Square.
Pressroom Bentonville $$
100 NW 2nd St, #100, (479) 657-2905
Offering a full brunch menu including a variety of delicious egg dishes, waffles, pancakes, juices and house-made granola, Pressroom is a wonderful place to dine. Traditional brunch cocktails are served including a killer Pressroom Bloody Mary, a scrumptious Pressroom Mimosa and a signature Pirate’s Pick Me Up. There’s an outdoor patio where you can comfortably dine while you watch the people go by.
Table Mesa Brunch $$
108 E Central Ave, (479) 715-6706
Located across from Bentonville’s Historic Town Square and specializing in modern Latin cuisine, Table Mesa has a delectable Sunday brunch that featuring a Latin Butcher Table, an Omelette station, kitchen creations including pancakes, waffles and French Toast, and a decadent dessert and fruit section. Drinks are delicious, and service is impeccable. After brunch, take a walk around the square and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art trails nearby.
The Hive Bentonville $$
200 NE A St, (479) 286-675
Showcasing the uniqueness of Arkansas’s culinary character, brunch at The Hive is a lovely experience in every way. Ingredients are curated from local farmers whenever possible, enabling chefs to create dishes reflecting the farm-to-table freshness of refined country cuisine. Apple Buttermilk Pancakes, Croque Madame and The Hive Benedict are just a few of the delicious offerings.
Tusk and Trotter Brunch $$
110 SE A Street, (479) 268-4494
Located just a block off the Downtown Square, Tusk and Trotter features a creative Saturday and Sunday brunch to satisfy visitors from around the world and every member of your family too. Bites, Starters, Entrees, Soups & Salads, Kid’s Brunch and a solid menu of House-Infused Cocktails are offered. This award-winning eatery is just the spot to relax with family and friends while sharing some of the freshest and tastiest food on the planet. Image at top of the page, courtesy of Tusk and Trotter.