Read on to discover this year’s Arkansas Food Hall of Fame winners and finalists. Look for our full feature on the winners and finalists in our March issue.
Winner: Gillett Coon Supper
Nominees: Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival, Hope Watermelon Festival, International Greek Food Festival, World Championship Duck Gumbo Cook Off
Winner: Mary Beth Ringgold of Cajun’s Wharf, Capers and Copper Grill
Nominees: Capi Peck of Trio’s; Scott McGehee of Yellow Rocket Concepts; Matt McClure of The Hive
Winner: Cotham’s Mercantile in Scott
Nominees: Jacques and Suzanne of Little Rock, Klappenbach Bakery of Fordyce, Coy’s Steak House of Hot Springs
Winners: Venesian Inn of Tontitown, McClard’s Bar-B-Q Restaurant of Hot Springs, Franke’s Cafeteria of Little Rock
Nominees: Feltner’s Whatta-Burger of Russellville, Doe’s Eat Place of Little Rock, Kream Kastle of Blytheville, Bruno’s Little Italy of Little Rock, White House Cafe of Camden, Ed Walker’s Drive-In of Fort Smith, Neal’s Cafe of Springdale, Dixie Pig of Blytheville, DeVito’s of Eureka Springs.