Walnut Ridge is a town in Lawrence County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 4,925 at the 2000 census. The city is the county seat of Lawrence County. Walnut Ridge lies immediately north of Hoxie, Arkansas. The two towns form a contiguous urban area with approximately 8,000 residents. Williams Baptist College is in College City, a formerly separate community that merged into Walnut Ridge in 2017.
Things to do in Walnut Ridge
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We frequent Pizza Den from time to time and always have a great meal. We never try the pizza but the sandwiches and homemade chips are awesome. The serving sizes are huge so there are always leftovers to take home for the next day. The only down side is that it takes awhile to get your food. However, if we call in ahead of time our food is ready and hot. I would definitely recommend it if you're in the area.
5 based on 13 reviews
We got lunch and took it back to our room at the Hotel Rhea which was across the street. Very good sandwiches. We got a Turkey and a ham on rye. Would definitely recommend this place!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Never had eaten in Walnut Ridge before. Stopped at the local butcher shop and asked for the best place to eat. He didn't hesitate just said "Moni's" and gave us directions. Wife and I had eggs, bacon, biscuits & gravy, skillet omelet, and coffee. All good! Had a full menu so not limited to breakfast!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Adriana's is my favorite Mexican restaurant in the country. They are the restaurant I compare all Mexicans foods to. I had not been there since I retired from work so coming back was a treat. I have had just about everything on the menu and have not had a bad meal. Their salsa is excellent along with the cheese dip. The fajitas are great and the amount is huge. The price is most reasonable and their service is the best. If you are in the area I encourage you to stop in and see for yourself just how good the good is. Mako is the manager! Ask for him!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Look if you are in Hoxie for whatever reason try these ribs... I tried the Chicken; a bit dry but good; and the chopped beef... OK...but the ribs were to die for. The sauce is nothing but excellent... Cole Slaw also very good. And the service was excellent. This is a small world, small town restaurant and that alone make eating here a great experience. I will come back even if I have to drive a few more miles. . Highly recommended.
4 based on 45 reviews
We took a day trip based on reviews and a FB article about unique places to eat in AR. It is unique and kind of cool to eat in an old 737. That said the rest of the place is old and run down which would possibly be Charming if the food was any good but unfortunately it was not. We were there on a Saturday about 1 they were maybe four or five other tables all in the airplane eating.... no one was in the restaurant which was pretty telling. It took quite a while to get 2 cheeseburgers,tater tots and french fries. The wait staff was very friendly but the burgers were cooked to death not worth the wait at all. Food is mediocre at best.
That said drive out there anyway for the Wings of Valor Museum. It was fantastic! We saw things we have not seen anywhere else and it is important to remember and honor these men even today.
4 based on 1 reviews
Subway is very well known, but this is a really good one. It is very clean and the workers are very nice. Good place for a quick bite to eat.
4 based on 14 reviews
My family eats at Don's Steakhouse in Walnut Ridge regularly. The grilled chicken is good. They will substitute grilled veggies in place of choice of potato upon request. There is a lunch buffet Sunday through Friday. It consists of country cooking, along with salad bar and dessert. Seafood buffet is on Thursday nights. This is another good time to visit.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
The Buffet is popular with all ages. Lunch is $6.45 & Dinner is $8.15. Kids:: $3.75 & $4.75. Can't beat the prices for all the options.
Food was freshly-prepared & attractively arranged. Blends of meat & vegetables with a variety of sauces ~ What's not to like?
Dessert Buffet had several offerings + a make-your-own-cone ice cream bar.
Owners were cooking & supervising. Friendly efficient Servers.
Large uncrowded Dining Room. The Mallard Room is for private parties.
4 based on 9 reviews
The ice cream is average quality, hard and soft serve, lots of toppings to choose from. We like the cookie ice cream sandwiches. The fast food, like hot dogs, chicken nuggets, fries, etc is not good quality. Cooked in oil that doesn't taste good. Nice lawn in the back to relax on. Picnic tables with umbrellas to get out of the sun. Lots of parking. Lines are short. Prices are good.
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