Little Rock Steakhouses
Welcome to Best Steak Restaurant Little Rock, your destination for the best steakhouses in Arkansas. All these fine restaurants serve USDA Prime Steak or other top cuts.
Some of Little Rock's most exciting dining and drinking venues are situated in the downtown River Market District, from the Argentine-inspired Buenos Aires Grill and Cafe to the venerable steakhouse Sonny Williams. The latter attracts a well-heeled clientele, who come for light entertainment from the piano bar and freshly cut Angus steaks.
Peter Brave is the chef and owner behind Brave New Restaurant, which specializes in classic American fare, with an emphasis on rich, chef-driven favorites, steaks and seafood entrees. There's private dining available for those looking to host birthday parties, corporate events, or anniversary celebrations.
Opened in 2007 by restaurateur Jerry Barakat (Ocean's), Arthur's Prime Steak House specializes in premium steaks, including Japanese kobe. It's also a popular destination for private events due to its Instagram-worthy private wine cellar vault, which is a rarity in Arkansas.
The Riverfront Steakhouse exists as two distinct properties: as a classic American eatery serving premium steaks and seafood and also as an outpost for Benihana, the well-known Japanese restaurant chain. During its existence, it has garnered several accolades, including being named to "America's 50 Best Steakhouses" and "Surf and Turf: America's 25 Best" (both for The Daily Meal).
Millions of cattle used to roam throughout Texas, during the 1800s, eventually heading south for the winter and grazing on its rich, coastal salt grass. The flavor is distinct in the beef and a signature of the Saltgrass Steak House brand, which was founded in Houston in 1991.
One of the stalwarts of Little Rock's steakhouse scene is The Butcher Shop. It's been around since 1982 with its biggest draw the actual in-house butcher program. There, the beef is aged for up to four weeks and skillfully hand cut.
The cheery, casual steakhouse is situated in the lobby of the Little Rock Marriott Hotel. Heritage boasts a daily buffet breakfast and lunch service (except on weekends) that's popular with visitors as well as local business types. The lunch buffet offers a daily theme, from Mexican to Italian focused.
The Doe's Eat Place in Little Rock achieved world-class status during the 1992 presidential race when then Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton conducted an interview from the restaurant's dining room for Rolling Stone magazine. Since, it's played host to rock stars and professional athletes, yet the restaurant has maintained the downhome vibe that originated at the first location in Greenville, Mississippi.