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Tiger Fan Guide for What to do in Fayetteville, 2018.

What to do in Fayetteville

A Tiger Fans’ Guide for What to do in Faytetteville, 2018.

These are reader-submitted suggestions.

Updated 11/8/18




Reader Comments: Regarding your reader asking what to do in Fayetteville, I would like to extend an offer to him and all Dandy Don readers to visit our tailgate. We are several life long Tigers living in Little Rock and will be pulling a trailer to the Baum East parking lot (free) for Saturday. We will be setup all day and have plenty of Gumbo and Tiger spirit for all. We will be at the north corner of the parking lot near to Razorback Road and will have a yellow trailer and plenty of LSU gear to identify us. All Dandy Don readers are welcome to stop by or even stay for a while. Thanks

 

Reader Comments: Crystal Bridges Museum - World Class in Bentonville - you can eat there or in the Bentonville Square.

 

Dickson Street is right off campus and has many popular bars and restaurants such as JJ's Grill, Hammontree's Grill Cheese, Hugo's is a burger place.


The Farmers Table breakfast or lunch


Arkansas Coaches call in Show is from the, Catfish Hole, off of Weddington


LSU vs Arkansas Tailgate Party - Fayetteville

 

Also coming into Fayetteville on I-49 slow down in, West Fork, they will write you a ticket. Geaux Tigers!!!

 

Reader Comments: If your reader stays at the Embassy Suites in Rogers, AR where the team will stay there are a ton of dining and shopping options right there, many easy walking (weather permitting). Just 10 minutes from the excellent Crystal Bridges Museum.   

 

Reader Comments: In regards to Fayetteville- I’m an LSU grad & current Razorback dad. Dickson Street is where most restaurants and bars are located- Bordinos, Theos, Hammontrees, Arsagos are popular restaurants. Hugos is known for burgers but is located on the “Square.” If in town early- Devils Den park for hiking- May see some fall colors; near Rogers & Bentonville- Crystal Bridges if you’re into art.

 

Reader Comments: I did my residency training at the University of Arkansas Family Medicine Residency Program and I'm very familiar with Fayetteville. It's a beautiful town. Whole Hog for barbecue is a great place to eat before the game. Hog Haus on Dickson Street is great for local craft brews after the game. However, you can't really go wrong by hanging out on Dickson Street before, and after, the game as it is loaded with restaurants and the 21st Amendment Bar is also great for drinks and music. Dickson Street is also within walking distance from the stadium. Hope this helps! P.S.: I didn't realize how much Arkansas fans hated L.S.U. until I lived there; so, don't be surprised if they do some serious heckling before the game!  :o)  GEAUX TIGAHS!!!!

 

Reader Comments: For your reader wanting to know fun places to go in Fayetteville, JJ's Beer Garden and Brewery (termed JBGB's), Dickson Street has the common college hangouts, eating and drinking, if you're in to hiking, Devil's Den.




 



 

 

 

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