Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
5811 Pritchard Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72117
Phone: (501) 945-3700
Fax: (501) 945-3700
Bars & Cafes
If you are looking for a good time, go to Fox and Hound. With foosball, pool tables and other tavern games, televisions tuned to sports and plenty of beer to go around, you will quickly make new friends here. Expect to find the typical selection of domestic beer, with a few imports thrown in, like St. Pauli Girl. The bar grub includes nachos, popcorn and salsa. The crowd is late 20s, early 30s, and the dress code is a little nicer than your average bar.
Saddle Creek Woodfired Grill serves some really delicious steaks. The meat served here is from the best cuts and is well flavored and perfectly cooked. The ambiance here is a sophisticated with a casual touch. It is a great place to come in a group, or with a date. Try out the delicious Maple-Mustard Glazed Pork Chop. You could also order the Sirloin and Ribs or the Alaskan King Crab Legs.
Bogie's is a sports bar on West Pershing Boulevard. Catch the latest games on their television screens or just enjoy their drinks and delicious pub food.
Mugs Cafe has a hip look to it. Its concrete, brick, iron and wood elements create a great harmony and a welcoming ambiance. The centerpiece is lovely mural of the continents from reclaimed lumber wood. Simple yet elegant, this cafe serves delicious coffee and breakfast treats.
Crush Wine Bar has a refined look to it and is a haven for oenophiles. Their secluded patio has budding grape vines. Enjoy their wines along with meat and cheese platters with a special someone.
Reno’s Argenta Cafe was established in 2005 and is a popular meeting place among the locals. They are known for their delicious food and drinks. Enjoy live music held regularly at this cozy cafe.
Tucked away in North Little Rock, Cregeen's Irish Pub is a local favorite. Find the perfect mixture of brews, spirits, sports watching, weekly events and hearty cuisine all under one roof at this establishment. The elevated pub-grub is truly a culinary experience with dishes like their renowned Irish nachos and Harp beer battered fish and chips. Their homemade bread pudding made with a Jameson sauce pairs perfectly with an Irish coffee and ends the evening on a sweet note.
Tickle your funny bone and savor some tasty delights as you watch stand-up acts and other interesting events at The Joint. The bistro has an amazing selection of craft beers and wines. German Chocolate Latte is a must try here.
Anyone looking for a nice, quiet hole to hide out in will enjoy the Underground Pub, located just around the corner from the popular River Market. The murky, yet casual atmosphere bears a surprising resemblance to the pubs found in the city of its namesake London. The only thing resembling the London subway system (the Underground) is the sign, which steals the original's logo. Relax with a pint of beer or cider, and join in a game of darts, Twister, or trivia.
Sticky Fingerz in Little Rock emphasizes on good food and good music. They keep looking out for bands like The See, Del Castillo, and Lucious Spiller Band, playing different genres of music from rock, pop, alternative to jazz and blues. The opening acts by smaller, local bands are always just as interesting as the main performances. Shows start around 9 or 10p and go on for a few hours. Their menu is an interesting compilation of fast food such as burgers, the house specialty of chicken fingerz , grilled chicken and salads. Check the website for information on upcoming shows.
Nestled downtown, 4square Cafe & Gifts offers a hodgepodge of eclectic trinkets, souvenirs and vegetarian fare. Find a variety of wraps, fruit smoothies, paninis, sandwiches, ice cream and desserts. The trinkets and souvenirs are unique to Arkansas with local handcrafted products like jams, cookies, soaps, gift baskets and more. Get a vegetarian taste of Little Rock and find a one-of-a-kind gift to bring home.
While in the River Market, stop off at this little bistro for a cup of coffee or slice of cheesecake. The staff prepares terrific lunches, including a potato soup that is out of this world. Like a traditional cafe, the chairs are uncomfortable and the tables small, which is actually all part of the fun. On nice days, take your meal to the outdoor patio and enjoy the view of the Arkansas River and the bustling of passers-by.