A Foodie's Guide to Hot Springs
A selection of my favorite places to eat in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. Bath House Row is bustling with fantastic restaurants, cafes, a unique brewery, and sweet shops for that after dinner indulgence.
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Coffee Houses & Cafes

Kollective Coffee & Tea
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Kollective has a fantastic menu with great coffee and tea options as well as delicious choices for breakfast and lunch. The cafe is inviting, and with it's location right on Bath House Row, its walkable from any downtown hotel.
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Argentinian Coffee & Wine Bar
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Argentinian was the perfect spot for a post run coffee. When visiting, you can try one of their flights of wine paired with a charcuterie board. They have a lovely patio as well where you can sip outside.
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Breweries

Superior Bathhouse Brewery
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Superior Bath House Brewery is the only brewery located within a National Park. They use the thermal waters from hot springs to brew their local crafts. If you aren't a beer person, go in and try their homemade root beer, also made with the thermal hot springs waters. In addition, this place has a great menu and fantastic patio overlooking the Arlington Lawn.
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Restaurants

The Pancake Shop
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The pancake shop has that old diner feel with the best breakfast in the area. Located right on Bath House Row, so it is very walkable. Be prepared to wait for your table because this spot is popular. Trust me, its worth the wait!
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Rolando's
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Fusing flavors from Ecuador and Southwest Arkansas, Rolandos is a delightful place offering Latin American cuisine. When the weather is nice, their patio seating is a must as you will be hidden in the rock walls and covered by the trees.
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Grateful Head Pizza Oven and Beer Garden
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Located one street behind Bath House Row, but still in the heart of downtown Hot Springs, Grateful Head is the perfect post hike spot to grab brick oven pizza and try a local craft beer. The patio is perfect, and dog friendly, and they have great options for all dietary needs.
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Diablos Tacos & Mezcal
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Another great choice for Latin cuisine. Their patio overlooks Central avenue so you can people watch Bath House Row while enjoying tacos & mezcal.
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Sweets & Treats

Fat Bottomed Girl's Cupcake Shoppe
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Walk off dinner down Central Ave. as you make your way to Fat Bottomed Girl's cupcakes. There are so many flavor options, and every one I've tried has been spot on. They also have a cute little boutique to shop!
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Mamoo's Creamery
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Located on the ground floor of The Arlington Hotel. You can find the entrance on the side of Fountain Street, or from the hotel lobby, take the stairs on the right down to the bottom level. While their, you can shop the other stores in The Arlington Mall.
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Kilwins Hot Springs
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Tucked into the rows of shops on Central Ave. Kilwins is a delightful candy shop and chocolaterie. Their fudge, made in house, is my personal favorite.
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All along Bath House Row, you are sure to find a place to delight every tastebud in your group for the duration of your visit. 

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The allure of travel has drawn me in since I was 12 years old, and has been the driving force behind all my decisions and passions. I am the owner of a small boutique in a tiny Texas coastal town who enjoys road trips, weekend getaways, camping, and extended vacations as often as time away from the shop will allow. I love walkable cities, exploring neighboring towns that are just a day trip away, getting out in nature, coffee houses wineries & breweries, foodie experiences, historical cities, road trips, international destinations where I am able to immerse in the culture and live like a local, as well as being a "tourist" in my own town.
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A Foodie's Guide to Hot Springs
A selection of my favorite places to eat in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. Bath House Row is bustling with fantastic restaurants, cafes, a unique brewery, and sweet shops for that after dinner indulgence.
10 Places • ago
Free

Coffee Houses & Cafes

Kollective Coffee & Tea
@cheyannegage
Kollective has a fantastic menu with great coffee and tea options as well as delicious choices for breakfast and lunch. The cafe is inviting, and with it's location right on Bath House Row, its walkable from any downtown hotel.
Add to
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Argentinian Coffee & Wine Bar
@cheyannegage
Argentinian was the perfect spot for a post run coffee. When visiting, you can try one of their flights of wine paired with a charcuterie board. They have a lovely patio as well where you can sip outside.
Add to
Details

Breweries

Superior Bathhouse Brewery
@cheyannegage
Superior Bath House Brewery is the only brewery located within a National Park. They use the thermal waters from hot springs to brew their local crafts. If you aren't a beer person, go in and try their homemade root beer, also made with the thermal hot springs waters. In addition, this place has a great menu and fantastic patio overlooking the Arlington Lawn.
Add to
Details

Restaurants

The Pancake Shop
@cheyannegage
The pancake shop has that old diner feel with the best breakfast in the area. Located right on Bath House Row, so it is very walkable. Be prepared to wait for your table because this spot is popular. Trust me, its worth the wait!
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Rolando's
@cheyannegage
Fusing flavors from Ecuador and Southwest Arkansas, Rolandos is a delightful place offering Latin American cuisine. When the weather is nice, their patio seating is a must as you will be hidden in the rock walls and covered by the trees.
Add to
Details
Grateful Head Pizza Oven and Beer Garden
@cheyannegage
Located one street behind Bath House Row, but still in the heart of downtown Hot Springs, Grateful Head is the perfect post hike spot to grab brick oven pizza and try a local craft beer. The patio is perfect, and dog friendly, and they have great options for all dietary needs.
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Diablos Tacos & Mezcal
@cheyannegage
Another great choice for Latin cuisine. Their patio overlooks Central avenue so you can people watch Bath House Row while enjoying tacos & mezcal.
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Details

Sweets & Treats

Fat Bottomed Girl's Cupcake Shoppe
@cheyannegage
Walk off dinner down Central Ave. as you make your way to Fat Bottomed Girl's cupcakes. There are so many flavor options, and every one I've tried has been spot on. They also have a cute little boutique to shop!
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Mamoo's Creamery
@cheyannegage
Located on the ground floor of The Arlington Hotel. You can find the entrance on the side of Fountain Street, or from the hotel lobby, take the stairs on the right down to the bottom level. While their, you can shop the other stores in The Arlington Mall.
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Details
Kilwins Hot Springs
@cheyannegage
Tucked into the rows of shops on Central Ave. Kilwins is a delightful candy shop and chocolaterie. Their fudge, made in house, is my personal favorite.
Add to
Details

All along Bath House Row, you are sure to find a place to delight every tastebud in your group for the duration of your visit. 

* * *
CURATED BY
The allure of travel has drawn me in since I was 12 years old, and has been the driving force behind all my decisions and passions. I am the owner of a small boutique in a tiny Texas coastal town who enjoys road trips, weekend getaways, camping, and extended vacations as often as time away from the shop will allow. I love walkable cities, exploring neighboring towns that are just a day trip away, getting out in nature, coffee houses wineries & breweries, foodie experiences, historical cities, road trips, international destinations where I am able to immerse in the culture and live like a local, as well as being a "tourist" in my own town.
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