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My husband attempted to take our whole family four-wheeling one Sunday, in a park he had just read about, just outside of Eureka Springs. However, as none of us expressed any enthusiasm for clinging to the side of the mountain, with a sheer drop on one side, either before or during the excursion, he abandoned his ideas of fording rivers and winching up steep hills with an excited entourage, and took us out for lunch instead.

Walking through Eureka Springs downtown, we discovered a restaurant we hadn’t seen or tried before, Le Stick, located below the New Orleans Hotel – and enjoyed a quiet, calm and delicious lunch surrounded by elegant, delightful decor.

A dining area at Le Stick

A dining area at Le Stick

The Bar area in Le Stick

The Bar area in Le Stick

There was a beautiful area with a clever Bloody Mary Bar set up, allowing you to create your own drink. I was greatly tempted to mix a strong vodka and tomato juice concoction, with the ordeal of our off-roading experience behind us, and a visit to the Promised Land Zoo ahead of us.

Prosciutto and Asparagus French Omelet with Gruyere

Prosciutto and Asparagus French Omelet with Gruyere

the sweet crepes

the sweet crepes

le stick waffles– the waffles

The Bouillabaisse filled with cod, scallops and calamari

The Bouillabaisse filled with cod, scallops and calamari

Le Stick peacock

Le Stick peacock

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