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Guidebook for Fayetteville

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Guidebook for Fayetteville

Food Scene
Burton's Creamery
372 W Dickson St
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Puritan Coffee & Beer
205 West Dickson Street
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Hugo's
25 1/2 N Block Ave
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Dirty Apron Bakehouse
245 N Church Ave
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Hammontree's Grilled Cheese
326 North West Avenue
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Rolando's
509 W Spring St
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Doe's Eat Place
316 West Dickson Street
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Little Bread Company
116 North Block Avenue
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Loafin Joes
201 W Mountain St
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Sassy's Red House
708 North College Avenue
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Wright's Barbecue
2212 Main Dr
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Wood Stone Craft Pizza
557 South School Avenue
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Sightseeing
Dickson Street is a 1-mile walk from The Greenhouse where you’ll find a number of restaurants and bars, as well as venues like George’s Majestic Lounge and the Walton Arts Center. Dickson is also the focal point of Bikes, Blues & BBQ each September. While there are a handful of chain restaurants, we always encourage you to eat local! See our suggestions for good eats below.
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West Dickson Street
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Dickson Street is a 1-mile walk from The Greenhouse where you’ll find a number of restaurants and bars, as well as venues like George’s Majestic Lounge and the Walton Arts Center. Dickson is also the focal point of Bikes, Blues & BBQ each September. While there are a handful of chain restaurants, we always encourage you to eat local! See our suggestions for good eats below.
If you’ve come to explore the outdoors, you’ll love the Razorback Greenway. The trail extends 36 miles from Bella Vista through south Fayetteville. Hop on your bike or enjoy a walk-the trail connects dozens of NWA parks, shopping areas, historic sites, downtowns and more. The nearest access is at the intersection of Prospect and Frisco Ave. which is exactly 1 mile west of The Greenhouse on Prospect.
Razorback Greenway
If you’ve come to explore the outdoors, you’ll love the Razorback Greenway. The trail extends 36 miles from Bella Vista through south Fayetteville. Hop on your bike or enjoy a walk-the trail connects dozens of NWA parks, shopping areas, historic sites, downtowns and more. The nearest access is at the intersection of Prospect and Frisco Ave. which is exactly 1 mile west of The Greenhouse on Prospect.
Shopping
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The Fayetteville Farmers Market
101 West Mountain Street
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Arts & Culture
We cannot recommend Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art highly enough! Though it’s a 30-minute drive north of Fayetteville, it is well worth the effort to get there. The museum is free to visit! It’s artwork alone warrants a trip, but the architecture, sculpture trail and Frank Lloyd Wright house only add to the experience! Plan to spend at least two hours on site.
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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
600 Museum Way
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We cannot recommend Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art highly enough! Though it’s a 30-minute drive north of Fayetteville, it is well worth the effort to get there. The museum is free to visit! It’s artwork alone warrants a trip, but the architecture, sculpture trail and Frank Lloyd Wright house only add to the experience! Plan to spend at least two hours on site.
Parks & Nature
Sitting along the Razorback Greenway is Wilson Park-Fayetteville’s first and oldest park. The park features a paved running loop, a basketball court, six tennis courts, softball field, playground, and more. Pack a picnic and enjoy an afternoon on the lawn!
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Wilson Park
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Sitting along the Razorback Greenway is Wilson Park-Fayetteville’s first and oldest park. The park features a paved running loop, a basketball court, six tennis courts, softball field, playground, and more. Pack a picnic and enjoy an afternoon on the lawn!
The Garden sits on the east side of Lake Fayetteville. Its 40 acres feature a variety of different gardens, an arboretum, a Butterfly House, and more. They host a summer concert series and frequent classes and workshops. It’s about a 10 minute drive or you can bike to the Garden via the Razorback Greenway!
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Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
4703 North Crossover Road
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The Garden sits on the east side of Lake Fayetteville. Its 40 acres feature a variety of different gardens, an arboretum, a Butterfly House, and more. They host a summer concert series and frequent classes and workshops. It’s about a 10 minute drive or you can bike to the Garden via the Razorback Greenway!
Drinks & Nightlife
The Ale Trail guides you to the eleven breweries local to Northwest Arkansas. The breweries are located from Fayetteville up to Springdale. Check out fayettevillealetrail.com to learn more and get your passport.
Fayetteville Ale Trail
21 S Block Ave
The Ale Trail guides you to the eleven breweries local to Northwest Arkansas. The breweries are located from Fayetteville up to Springdale. Check out fayettevillealetrail.com to learn more and get your passport.
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Maxine's Tap Room
107 North Block Avenue
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West Mountain Brewing Co
21 West Mountain Street
Entertainment & Activities
If you’d like to walk to a football game, head down the driveway, make a right and then another right on Prospect. Take a left on Willow and a right on Maple. Walk straight down Maple about a mile, pass campus and all the sorority houses and you’ll land at the U of A Football Stadium. Alternatively, about $7 and 5 minutes will have you at the game via Lyft!
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Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
350 North Razorback Road
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If you’d like to walk to a football game, head down the driveway, make a right and then another right on Prospect. Take a left on Willow and a right on Maple. Walk straight down Maple about a mile, pass campus and all the sorority houses and you’ll land at the U of A Football Stadium. Alternatively, about $7 and 5 minutes will have you at the game via Lyft!