Berryville is a city in Carroll County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 5,356 at the 2010 census, making it the largest city in Carroll County. Along with Eureka Springs, it is one of the two county seats of Carroll County.
Things to do in Berryville
4 based on 8 reviews
Ever since Daylight got new owners, it stinks! The donuts are sloppy and boring. I might as well buy a bag or bread and eat that. The service isn't great either. It's average.After looking back through our applications, the person writing this review was not hired by our company. We feel this was a non-hire retaliation.
5 based on 40 reviews
I was in town on business so stopped here for lunch based on these trip advisor recommendations. The chicken salad was fantastic, love it was shredded rather than chunks. The baked potato soup was good too. Very friendly wait staff. I must admit it was a little jarring to walk into. Looks like an office rather than a restaurant. And the few people eating stared at me as if I was interrupting. Glad I ignored that and stayed. Was surprised again when I sat my credit card on the table and was told cash or check only!! I don't carry either anymore! Had to run across the street to the bank for money! Well worth it.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
They consistently serve the best Mexican food in the area. Every time we come here everything is always spot on.
This is not a place to come to for atmosphere, but if you want excellent Mexican food then this is your place. It’s a big room with lots of tables and very clean too.
The food is always cooked fresh and to perfection. You must try the Shrimp they are the best.
Their salsa and chips (Free) are great and have a nice bit of heat too.
They are always spot on with the service.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
This is a nice place to eat in a town that doesn't offer much in the way of noshing. The food is good, portions are enough, the restaurant is clean, and we've always had friendly and attentive service.
4 based on 32 reviews
Casual eatery where you order at the counter and meal is brought to table.
Although you would never pick Geraldi's for the atmosphere, if your party is really in to good food, large portions and reasonable prices, this is your place on the square. It gets quite busy during lunch but they allow you to rearrange tables to accommodate your crowd. There are booths for 2 - 4 people. Ordering is done at the counter so there can be a line, especially if someone is new to the restaurant's numerous selections.The menu is quite large and pretty all encompassing, the specials are posted on the board and are usually terrific even if not Italian. Their recent Reuben sandwich was big, flavorful and very reasonable - $5.99 which included chips and fountain drink with included refills.) The pizza crust is not thin but it's well cooked, toppings are numerous and when selected, generous in amount. The personal size can be shared between two light eaters, especially if you order a half salad with it. Many of the pasta dishes note that the pasta is imported from Italy but their homemade manicotti was pretty yummy, the meatballs were very good as was the Italian sausage. If there are any desserts available, make sure you order them when you order your meal as they may sell out while you are eating!
4 based on 53 reviews
We cook to order our food. Down home cooking Where friends meet to eat
After seeing reviews for this restaurant we stopped in Berryville for lunch. The restaurant has a small storefront presence on the Berryville town square but is not difficult to find. It truly is a wonderful hometown restaurant with homemade food. Our waiter was a young man who never neglected us from immediately bringing the drinks we ordered to keeping our glasses filled to bringing the fried pies to take with us when we were leaving. The fried chicken dinners featured chicken that reminded us our the way chicken should be cooked and required 15 minutes to make. The waiter said it would be 15 minutes and that's exactly the time it took. We had mashed potatoes and they give 3 choices of gravy. Hot rolls are served as part of the meal and we had another choice of a vegetable. Everything was cooked just right for us and the only thing we had to add to everything was salt and we normally don't add salt. The chicken pieces were so large we took some in a takeout container. The restaurant is definitely a preferred place for locals and people knew each other. However, as tourists, we didn't feel the least bit out of place. We would drive the extra miles from our location in Eureka Springs any time just to get great home cooking at this restaurant. We understand the breakfast is great too.
4 based on 38 reviews
My wife and I went to this restaurant on our vacation. It's a very nice little place. They have the best Mac and cheese I have ever had at a restaurant. Very nice waitress, she was always making sure we had what we need. Also the fried pickles are awesome.
4 based on 22 reviews
Authentic Salvadorean/Honduran food ~ just don't make the mistake of calling it "Mexican" as the owner/chef will not appreciate your cultural faux pas. I eat here often and always find the food fresh & yummy. The owner is a riot. She calls it like she sees it and loves to laugh.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The service is friendly and prompt. The food is flavorful and delicious! I always order the chicken enchiladas. There are three enchiladas, refried beans, and rice. There is plenty of sauce and cheese. The flavor is great! The chips and salsa are very good, too. On Fridays they serve pico de gallo. MMM.
I highly recommend this restaurant. It's my favorite! I usually visit them once or twice a week.
You won't be disappointed! It's great!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Their food is so flavorful and tasty. I have never been disappointed when I eat here, and that has been numerous times. The service has always been great also.
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