Did Your Favorite Restaurant Make The 2023 Arkansas Food Hall of Fame?
The 2023 inductees have been announced for the 2023 class of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame. Did your favorite restaurant make it into the Hall of Fame this year?
The ceremony took place Monday, March 6 at Central Arkansas Library System’s Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock.
Mike Mills the Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism stated in a press release;
Our 2023 inductees represent some of the best food in Arkansas. Food tells the story of Arkansas’s culinary heritage and it’s an honor to celebrate the people, places and events that serve this story to Arkansas residents and visitors alike.
And now for the inductees...
Arkansas Food Hall of Fame
Bulldog Restaurant in Bald Knob (White County)
Kream Kastle in Blytheville (Mississippi County)
Ozark Cafe in Jasper (Newton County)
Proprietor of the Year
Jamie McAfee, Pine Bluff Country Club (Jefferson County)
Magnolia Blossom Festival and World Championship Steak Cook-Off (Columbia County)
Gone But Not Forgotten
Bohemia Restaurant, formerly of Hot Springs (Garland County)
Community Bakery of Little Rock (Pulaski County)
Be sure to stop by these restaurants when you are in the area and experience for yourself why they were all chosen for the Food Hall of Fame this year.
When you are in Little Rock be sure to see the new Food Hall of Fame mural downtown at the Ben E Keith Main Street Pocket Park located at 711 Main Street.
Congratulations to all the 2023 Inductees into the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame. You can find out more about this event at arkansasheritage.com