Bentonville Makes The Washington Post's 'It' List

by Lauren James  on Monday, Jan. 7, 2013 8:00 am  

Tusk & Trotter is one of the many delicious restaurants that make up Bentonville's dining scene. (Photo by Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism)

Another major entity has named Bentonville as a go-to place for food and culture-- The Washington Post.

The town's dining scene was listed on The Washington Post's 2013 In/Out List, taking the place of the Charleston, S.C., dining scene.

In the last year, Bentonville has seen an unprecedented boost in tourism thanks to the opening of the Crystal Bridges American Museum of Art. And thanks to the various delicious restaurants in the city limits, many are seeing this northwest Arkansas town as a one-stop spot for culture and cuisine.

Places like the museum's Eleven restaurant, along with War Eagle Mill, Tusk and Trotter, Tavola Trattoria and Petit Bistro were listed as popular restaurants in a Southern Living article "Is Bentonville The South's Next Cultural Mecca?"

See The Washington Post's official 2013 In/Out List here.

 

 

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