When you’re in Fayetteville enjoying the many things to do, like biking the trails, shopping and taking in the entertainment and nightlife on Dickson Street, it’s important to fuel up with good food. Lucky for you, Fayetteville has a wide variety of restaurants that specialize in everything from quick eats to fine dining.
If you’re looking for a clean and refreshing option for lunch, dinner or anything in between, Fayetteville’s salad scene has got you covered! (Let’s face it, we should all eat more salads, right?) And, most of the best places to eat in Fayetteville serve fantastic salads. Here are a few to get you started.
Farmer’s Table Cafe
The Farmer’s Table is a perfect option for anyone looking for organic, fresh salad options. Farmer’s Table prides itself on serving only the best and local ingredients, supporting farmers in Northwest Arkansas with their sustainable and waste-free serving process. With lunch options like the Pickled Beet Salad (pictured above), Farmer’s Table caters to diets, allergies and progressive lifestyles, for vegans and vegetarians alike. Be sure to stop into this Fayetteville favorite for a unique and healthy brunch or lunch.
Located right off Garland Ave., just a few blocks from the University of Arkansas campus, the Eclectic Kitchen offers steaks, tapas, soups and salads designed and created by their head chef, Brian Evans. The Eclectic Kitchen changes its menu regularly to offer only the freshest ingredients and recipes. With salads like the Fattoush and Arugula, the Eclectic Kitchen uses feta, olives and unique dressings to create healthy and fresh masterpieces for every salad connoisseur.
Loafin’ Joe’s Subs
Located right off the Historic Downtown Square, Loafin’ Joe’s is a Fayetteville staple, offering fresh favorites like the Grand Canyon sub and a terrific Ceasar salad. But, be warned, this is no ordinary sub shop. With unique Italian salads the Jivin’ Chive and Tuna Scooper, Loafin’ Joe’s offers a fresh twist for every salad-lover. Affordable and a local favorite, Loafin’ Joe’s is a must-visit when you’re in Fayetteville.
Little Bread Co.
Located on Block Ave., between Dickson St. and the Historic Downtown Square, Little Bread serves amazing pastries baked fresh daily. They also make a mean sandwich and a very refreshing salad, which includes romaine lettuce, field greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, carrots, sprouts, celery and grissini croutons (and some love, for good measure).