I always love walking into quaint little restaurants with eclectic people to sip a cup of coffee or enjoy a sandwich for lunch. I recently had the pleasure of meeting a former business partner in Dallas for such an experience. I asked her to pick the spot, as she’s up on the whole downtown Dallas foodie scene and she knows my taste in food… healthy with a flare. Back in the day she could walk into a restaurant and predict what I’d order off the menu. Many years later she has proven that statement still holds true. We had a fabulous cup of coffee AND a sandwich for lunch in a great environment because we had a lot of catching up to do. It allowed plenty of time for both coffee and lunch.
This week I had a similar experience, but this time it was in Bentonville, Arkansas. The environment was equally as eclectic, the coffee menu was just as intriguing, and the lunch menu left me in a state of confusion because I wanted too many of the sandwiches in just one setting. I stayed for hours because I was enjoying the hustle and bustle so very much. I didn’t mind waiting a while for a table because the people were kind and interesting and the activity was intriguing. I was fascinated by the art on the walls, including the crochet covered bicycle. I thoroughly enjoyed the tea I ordered as I waited. The corn chowder I had on this cold day was perfectly spicy and captivating. The Gruyere sandwich was the perfect combination of a Grilled Cheese and French Onion Soup. I can not wait to go back for breakfast as well as brunch. Press Room in Bentonville keeps calling me back for more!
If you live in Northwest Arkansas and haven’t been to Press Room, you should go check it out. It won’t disappoint. If you’re relocating to NWA, I hope to have given you a taste of our area. If you’re visiting NWArk, hopefully we’ve helped you plan a meal. If you go to Press Room, take a photo, post it to Facebook or Instagram and tag me. I’d love to see you Around Town.
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