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Green County is small but mighty, fueled by great restaurants featuring home-style cooking, Mexican food, and all your local southern favorites. There’s also a rich history in some of our local restaurants that covers a breadth of backgrounds from railroads to rock n’ roll. If you’re coming in from Sheridan or Pinebluff to explore the area, or to shop for a new car at Southern Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we’ll make sure you’re well-fed. Here are our recommendations for the best restaurants in Fordyce, AR.
Save room for dessert, because Red’s Restaurant (1935 US-79) makes the pie from scratch! Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Red’s is everything a hometown restaurant should be: a comfortable, affordable meeting place where you won’t leave hungry. The lunch special gets you in and out in good time.
All aboard! Listen to the trains while you enjoy breakfast or lunch and a good cup of coffee at Round Table Coffee Shop (115 W 1st Street). Located in the rehabbed train depot with a vintage train engine outside, Round Table is one of the most unique dining experiences in Fordyce. Their big, flaky buttermilk biscuits will get your day off to a wonderful start. They, too, have homemade pie.
Whether it’s Taco Tuesday or not, don’t miss La Loma Grill (1814 HWY 79 167 BYPASS). Along with all your traditional Mexican favorites, La Loma features some unique takes. Don’t miss the shrimp or steak-stuffed avocados. Everything’s made fresh and keeps regulars coming back, often multiple times a week.
Get a great buffet and visit the site of some rock n’ roll history when you go to 4-Dice Restaurant (1990 US-167) where Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones had a little run-in with the law in 1975. While the 4-Dice pays tribute to this claim to infamy with lots of Rolling Stones memorabilia, they’re also the oldest family-owned restaurant in southern Arkansas. The buffet’s loaded with fried chicken, barbecue, and plate-sized cinnamon rolls.
Whether you live down the street or are beating a Stones-style hasty retreat to Camden, do it on a full stomach in a new Chrysler 300 or a reliable certified pre-owned car from Southern Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. Contact us and we’ll start you up or help you learn more about Jeep model features such as the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity and tell you about our favorite restaurants in Little Rock, AR!