The House

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3.86/5
2 Ratings
PLACE INFO

Type: Bar, Eatery

722 N Palm St
Little Rock, Arkansas, 72205-3863
United States

(501) 663-4500

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Added by Fatehunter on 10-31-2010

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Photo of champ103
3.58/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.75

I did enjoy the meal, and the location is charming as can be. An old house turned restaurant. A few low top tables scattered with a bar. Seats at the very end on the bar. There is an upstairs area as well, though I did not check it out. This neighborhood looks awesome, and The House certainly fits in perfectly with the charm.

A small dinner menu. Burgers, apps, a few other sandwiches, and a salad. I ended up with the Jerk burger. Some kind of chutney, and jerk spice. With sweet potato fries. The burger came on an excellent brioche bun. You can also get any burger vegan. If you want the bun vegan, let them know. The will give you a vegan bun. The burger was good.

The service was a bit scattered. They did not know what was on tap, the list was out of date. After I found out what I wanted was not available, I was going to order another but the waitress walked away. Nobody was at the bar to help either. Anyway, just slightly annoying. After I ordered, a few other people appeared and asked if I had been taken care of. Which was kind of weird.

Anyway, a small tap list. Marshall being the big hitter. Not a bad selection of bottles. Some Goose Island and Diamond Bear as well.

The burger was good, not great, and the service is a bit confused. Other than that, they have a decent small beer selection and an interesting menu. Certainly a place I will continue to support when I drive through Little Rock in the future.

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Photo of Fatehunter
4.13/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A - The House is a house that has been converted into a restaurant. They have made great use of the space, seating downstair, upstairs and outside. They have some unique decorations and original art throughout the House.

Q - Food and beer quality has been good over the last year that I've been visiting The House.

S - Good service. Attentive enough, but laid back. More importantly, not overbearing. I enjoying having a conversation with whoever I'm with without being interrupted by the server to ask if everything is "okay." I guess it is "European" in that respect, no one is pushing your out the door as soon as you're done eating. Have another coffee or beer and hang out longer. Our last server was very knowledgeable on the beer selection.

S - For not being a bar, they have a great selection of beer. They claim over 65 beers. I counted eight micros on tap, four BMC, and another 50 or so bottled imports and micros. In the past they have regularly changed out their selection to offer the seasonals.

F - Good food and inventive takes on traditional offerings. On the weekdays they have lunch and dinner, weekends brunch and dinner. Everything I've had there has been great. It isn't the cheapest food you've had, but it is unique and good. Get their sweet potato fries and their ketchup was curry ketchup... yummy.

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The House in Little Rock, AR
Place rating: 3.86 out of 5 with 2 ratings
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