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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by TRZ Charlie, Apr 23, 2010.
Hmm, I like to hit the gym in the morning. Our priorities are out of sync a bit.
Mount Judea: Eagle Rock Cafe. Good regular local hot plate specials and decent burgers. 7.0 Nice place to talk to the locals.
Don't embarass your self, it's pronounced Mount Judy.
Thanks Devroddirt...got it.
Rode the Western section of the TAT in Ark last weekend beginning in Heber Springs. There is a restaurant there called Macks. Outstanding food. One of the best places I have eaten in a long time. I would have to give it a 9.5.
Got it and added it. I assume you mean Macks Fish House? If not let me know.
Yes that would be Macks fish house. Great catfish.
Porky's in Scranton on Hwy 109 south of Clarksville. Good burgers, fried food and cold beer. Original owners were kin to Dizzy Dean so there's some pretty cool Cardinal memorabilia on the walls. Did I mention the cold beer?
The Hog something BBQ in Clarksville. Usually set up at the junction of Hwys 64 and 21. Best ribs I've ever had. Owner was the cook at the Oark General Store years ago when it was a really good place to eat. Go easy on the BBQ sauce if you're driving though as it has a bit of JD in it.
The cafe at Mack's Pines on Hwy. 7 about 10 miles north of Dover across from Moccasin Gap trailhead. Good burgers and home style plate lunches.
+1 for the cafe at Catalpa. Good food and friendly folks. Don't let the old man sitting by himself drinking coffee scare ya. He's there every time I stop by and will talk your leg off if you give him a chance. Hi old man!
I've eaten at Macks Pines and your are right, it's really good. As for the "HOG SOMETHING"...SHEESH...LOL... Do you mean the Pudgy Pig BBQ?
Sorry, spending the weekend at Jazzfest hasn't done my memory any good. The name of the BBQ place in Clarksville is HogLeg. Dave is the cook/owner. Good stuff. Also the South Park Restaurant (used to be a truck stop) in Clarksville has good buurgers and great homemade pies! It's next to Whitson-Morgan Ford on the same exit as Wal-Mart.
The Pudgy Pig in Russellville is good too. Their hot BBQ sauce is mucho caliente!
I stoped at a restaurant in Alma Ark. last week called D's that was most excellent, one of the better buffets I've frequented. Six bucks got me alot of good food. I think there is another D's in Van Buren.
Got em all, thanks for the input.
Oh, Vicki's Cafe in Hatfield, just a few miles south of the CMA headquarters near Mena. Good family style grub, generous portions and friendly folks. Give em a 8.5.
This one seems to have fallen off the list:
Dover - Dewayne's (especially for breakfast) 8.0
Do I have to hit you over the head with Atkins?
Matter of fact I have scheduled the "three amigos" for supper and breakfast on this place on our camp out Thurs/Fri. Will give a report on it when we return. Thanks for the heads up Devro
I'm going to have to continue the list on another post. The reason restaurants keep falling off our list is that I am limited as to how much text I can place in a message.
Gus, what about Atkins? I have Atkins listed now but find no rating and no restuarant. I prolly missed it so can you post up again please.
LOL, .... er .... okay.... Here ya go ..... ::
Look under Perryville. It has a Perryville address. A delicate little flower such as yourself needs a freakin magnifying glass...just sayin...