Alma is a city in Crawford County, Arkansas, United States. It is located within the Arkansas River Valley at the edge of the Ozark Mountains, the city is the sixth largest in the Fort Smith metropolitan area. The population was 5,419 at the 2010 Census. The city is located at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 49.
Things to do in Alma
4.5 based on 53 reviews
The sandwiches and hamburgers on homemade sour dough bread are absolutely wonderful. The homemade desserts are great too. It's hard to choose from the large variety available. We stopped in Friday for the first time. We enjoyed it so much that we stopped in again on our return trip home on Sunday.
4 based on 22 reviews
even tho this is a local chain it doesn't feel like the other burger chains. There are more choices, you can do a bit of brand grocery and meat shopping while you are here, and the ice cream is great. We looked for more of these stores as we continued our travels.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Love to have tea at Starbucks as they make it just the way you want it. You can ask for half and half, 2% milk, almond milk, soy milk - strong or weak. Coffee is also good, according to my hubby. He loved the apple dish they served nice and warm. Only down side about Starbucks is that they are slow to introduce gluten free products - I don't count buying nuts as buying a gluten free option at Starbucks. Any gluten free cookie will do. Please????!!!!!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
The best choice for great catfish and all he fixin's complemented with friendly service, a casual atmosphere, and an appreciation for our guests!
The grilled trout was good, but we repeatedly asked for a knife. The service was slow due to understaffed personal. By the time the main course arrived the hush puppies were cold. The lunch prices were slightly over our budget. We would have love to...MoreThank you for the feedback milehighbullet!
4 based on 98 reviews
Food was typical Cracker Barrel fare. Comfort food, hot, inexpensive, and plenty of it. That's why we like to stop and eat at this chain of restaurants. We know what we are getting. We were forgotten for about 20 minutes. But the staff apologized for the oversight. Apparently they switched table designations and hadn't quite worked out the kinks. They were nice and we were starving so we waited for our food to be prepared and enjoyed an extended conversation. We would try this restaurant again.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Seriously sometimes you don't know what you will get when you are on a road trip searching for a place to grab a bite. I'll tell you with Crawpappy's you great, quality, delicious food and sweet customer service! From the gumbo to the sweet tea its gold! Portions are perfect and prices are great! For authentic Cajun food it's the real deal! Family friendly!
5 based on 15 reviews
I almost never give five stars, but this place slam-dunked the breakfast we had, right down to a pair of perfect medium poached eggs. Whoever is on the grill knows the business. Ingredients were savory and fresh.
Good job, will return to try the dinner menu sometime.
4 based on 23 reviews
My husband and I stopped by for lunch while out doing errands on a Saturday afternoon. The fried pickles were homemade and great. He had a Bourbon Burger with fries and I had a Patty Melt with tots. We both enjoyed our lunches. The service was great and we will definitely be returning. They also had a full buffet that my husband said looked great but we weren't that hungry. Try it, promise you will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We were driving through Arkansas and looking for some good Mexican food. El Trio popped up so we decided to give it a shot. The place is clean and festive. The bathrooms are immaculate. They don't have margaritas, but that shouldn't discourage you. The staff is friendly and attentive and the food is excellent. If we find ourselves passing through again, we'll definitely stop.
5 based on 2 reviews
I've eaten at the one in Fort Smith a couple times, so had to try the Alma location. Verdict: just as good. My burger was cooked exactly how I like it The fries were just as good, just as fresh as their other location, and plentiful. LOTS of fries.
It's still order at the counter and they bring it to you, but it was all fresh, not sitting in a warmer like the burger clown does it. Soft drinks and tea are still all you can drink.
You can add jalapeños, egg, grilled mushroom, grilled onion (or raw onion), even pineapple to your burger in addition to the usual condiments of mustard, ketchup, mayo, lettuce, and tomato. Also something called Patricks sauce. Oh, and bacon...you can also get bacon on your burger. But I didn't see bbq sauce :(
They still offer salmon burgers, chicken sandwiches, and grilled cheese, but I'm addicted to the burgers, It costs a couple dollars more than the clown, but the food is so much better.
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