Listed below are restaurant members of the Buffalo River Regional Chamber, along with a brief description and photo gallery of each business. For more detailed information about the restaurants, visit the business websites for more details. A link is provided to the right of each description, along with contact information.
Upper Buffalo Restaurants
Cliff House Inn & Restaurant
Cliff House Inn – 5 unit Inn and Restaurant overlooking the Arkansas Grand Canyon. Restaurant serves Arkansas Fried Catfish, Ribeye Steaks, Shrimp, Burgers, Salads, Pasta, and more. Homemade desserts.
We are on the scenic route to Branson and Eureka Springs.
JB Trading Company
JB Trading Co is your base-camp for adventure and your resupply one stop. They have everything you need for your next journey. They are a full service facility with their great food, which includes a hot breakfast, hot grill and fresh cut deli sandwiches.
In addition to the normal general store items they are the premier outdoor gear store in the region and carry numerous premium brands. If your adventure is water based they are also a provider and retailer for canoes, kayaks and pack-rafts.
JB Trading Co is a design forward facility with our unique blend of modern and industrial elements. From our ship lap menu board, Japanese Shou Sugi Ban cooler and our ever popular JB Trading Co Buffalo Sign.
Newton County’s favorite food destination. We are the only restaurant with live music every Saturday night on the square in Jasper, Arkansas.
The over 100-year-old cafe (est. 1909) nestled in Jasper, Arkansas features burgers, steaks, and omelets; specialties include a deep-fried hamburger and the Excaliburger, a 1/2-lb. burger sandwiched between two grilled cheese sandwiches and an Ozark sauce. We have a meeting room, a soda fountain and stage, and front the town square. Selected by New York Magazine’s Grub Street blog as Arkansas’ entry in their list of the Top 50 foodie destinations. Delish.com named the cafe’s chocolate gravy as Arkansas’ Must Try Foods from the 50 States.
The Ozark Cafe is one of Jasper, Arkansas only landmarks, it is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the second oldest restaurant in Arkansas, and is located near the Buffalo River on the square in Jasper, AR.
When you pull up a chair to enjoy our classic country meals, we hope you’ll taste the difference right away. Freshly made, flavorful meals is what we have been doing for over 100 years. We use quality ingredients and recipes some folks might call time-tested and traditional, like our hand-cut fries, country green beans, and homemade chili. We make our salads fresh daily and use only grade “A” eggs. We are happy you’re in our neck of the woods and hope you make yourself at home.
Sugar Booger’s is a quick ride from the Buffalo River, just north of Kingston on Hwy 21 at US 412. Our meats are smoked on premises. Dry rubs, barbeque sauces, craft sausages, potato salads, baked beans, coleslaw and desserts are all made on site. Extensive beer list including craft beers on tap.
Location: US 412 @ AR 21 South in Madison County
Open: Friday, Saturday & Sunday – April-November