Open Since 1907, the White House Café Has Been Serving Steaks In Arkansas Longer Than Any Other Restaurant
By Melanie Johnson|Published October 28, 2022
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While many restaurants have come and gone, the White House Café has stood the test of time. Although it has switched ownership over the years, one thing has remained constant: this legendary eatery has been serving steaks longer than any other restaurants in the state. As the oldest restaurant in Arkansas, you’ll experience a bit of history with your meal.
Have you ever had steak at this old-fashioned café in Arkansas? Did you enjoy it? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below. Be sure to follow the White House Café on Facebook for a full menu as well as their daily specials.
For more of Arkansas history, stop by the Poison Springs State Park – but be warned, the story of this place will give you nightmares.
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