Hours: 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun.
Brasserie with wide range of menu options in former small Wal-Mart warehouse off the Bentonville square.
It's not just barbecue and pigs feet, despite the name. The dinner menu has everything from french fries (pommes frites) to burgers to duck confit. At lunch, find a lamb sandwich from local growers to hot dogs. Microbrews, too. The man next to us at the bar raved over his pigs' ear nachos — crispy pigs ears topped with jalepeno, sausage, pico de gallo, sour cream and cheese. We took the coward's way out, ordering a hamburger, which came on a house-made brioche bun; the hamburger was cooked perfectly, the bun was delicious. The french fries are cooked the way we like them, really crispy, they came either glazed with herbs du Provence, truffled or with salt and pepper. The manager asked us to try the ice cream, and we didn't want to hurt his feelings, so we had a bowl of Trot on Over Here, sticky pudding cake with coffee, medjol dates and brown sugar and topped with toffee sauce and maple bacon brittle ice cream. Terrific.