10 Best Buffets in Arkansas
Raise your hand if you’re in the mood for a smorgasbord! If you’re looking for a variety of options for your next meal, then a great buffet is just what you need. From Italian options with all-you-can-eat pizza to sushi spreads with a wonderful array of fresh fish, here are the 10 best buffets in Arkansas!
This Arkansas legend is known as the “lazy man’s buffet.” What makes this place unique among all-you-can-eat pizza buffets is that the staff will bring it right to your table. Check out the fresh salad bar and pizza already up on the buffet while you wait for hot pizza of your choice to be brought right to your table.
Brown’s Catfish is easily one of the most popular buffets in the Natural State…be prepared for a wait! For over 24 years, this family owned and operated joint has been serving up some of the best catfish and trimmings in the Arkansas River Valley. Brown’s is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Brown’s Country Restaurant (not to be confused with Brown’s Catfish) is famous for its 100-foot all-you-can-eat buffet that features country-lovin’ food. This place can handle groups of any size so it’s perfect for any gathering. Brown’s welcomes tour groups and is open seven days a week.
Want more dinner combinations than you can “shake a stick at”? Then Abe’s catfish buffet is the place for you! The menu here changes with the seasons to ensure that only the freshest choices are available for guests to enjoy.
Rick’s has been serving up some of the best breakfast and lunch in the NWA area for over 25 years now. This family-owned and operated joint is popular for the biscuits and gravy as well as a variety of other tasty options.
You’ll find the motto, “one bite & you’re hooked,” to be true here at Ron’s! This hot spot has been well-known in Northeast Arkansas for more than 20 years. Ron’s offers are great buffet filled with everything from catfish and shrimp to salad and dessert.
This popular Eureka Springs spot serves a full buffet as well as menu items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With private rooms available, Forest Hill Restaurant can accommodate groups of any size, making it the perfect place to eat.
Open five days a week, Crossroads Café offers a fabulous 26-foot all-you-can-eat buffet loaded with hot and cold food bars. Choices include everything from fried catfish and chicken to shrimp and salad bar.
You’ll find this popular buffet restaurant in Harrison. Inside this Western Sizzlin you’ll find a clean family-style environment with a food bar filled with southern-style cuisine. With over 100 different items on this buffet, this spot has what it takes to please even the pickiest of eaters.
You may be thinking that sushi doesn’t belong on a buffet but Hibachi Sushi Buffet does it right. This place is known for its premium cut meats and beautiful sushi that can be enjoyed off the buffet or from one of the hibachi grills.