Arkansas Unique Dining August 02, 2018
This Old School House In Arkansas Is Now A Renowned Restaurant And You Need To Try It
Originally built as a school house in 1937, the StoneHouse at Chaffee Crossing is now a renowned restaurant. Let’s take a bite and learn a bit of this building’s fascinating history.
StoneHouse at Chaffee Crossing is a fabulous restaurant that prides itself on serving chef-inspired meals.
Their belief is that food shouldn't just be eaten but should also be savored and enjoyed.
The StoneHouse at Chaffee Crossing gave new life to this school house in 2015.
The Maness School House, built in 1937, was the only building that was not moved or destroyed after the area became Chaffee Crossing. In 2003 the school house was added to the National Register of Historic Places but sat unused until StoneHouse opened in 2015.
No matter what you're in the mood for, you're guaranteed the freshest flavors possible.
All of StoneHouse's delicious fare includes produce from the Fort Smith Farmers Market and meat from local farms.
You can't go wrong with one of their steaks, they are a steakhouse after all.
Farm fresh cuts include Rib-Eye, Flat Iron and Filet Mignon.
Savor their seafood while sitting on the patio.
The fresh from the boat seafood has options like red snapper, halibut, or this scrumptious Lobster Roll.
Enjoy burgers and beer at the bar.
Sip on local brews like Lost Forty, Core, or Bike Rack Brewing Company. Burger night is every Tuesday.
Don't forget to indulge in one of their eye candy desserts.
Dazzling choices include a Lemon Basil Mascarpone Cake, White Chocolate & Raspberry Cheesecake, and other scrumptious treats.
If you're celebrating with friends, needing a new date night, or just wanting a good sit-down meal, join the StoneHouse for dinner.
The StoneHouse at Chaffee Crossing is located at 8801 Wells Lake Rd., Fort Smith, AR 72916. They're open Tue - Sat 4 - 9 pm.
For more details, follow the StoneHouse
Facebook Page or visit their website.
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