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11045 War Eagle Rd., Rogers, AR - (870) 789-5343
A nineteenth-century water-powered grist mill restored in 1973 by Kentucky rifle maker Jewell Medlin and wife Zoe Medlin Caywood, The War Eagle Mill produces corn meal, flour, rye, grits, and cereals. On the third floor is The Bean Palace, a family-friendly cafe that offers real country cooking in a hayloft environment.
70% Approval Rating (10 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Cobbler
cornbread
buckwheat waffles
Beans, Cornbread & Slaw
Yellow Corn Grits
Millie's Choice
Chicken Fried Chicken
Ozark French Toast

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (5)
Roadfood.com Editor
"A nineteenth-century water-powered grist mill restored in 1973 by Kentucky rifle maker Jewell Medlin and wife Zoe Medlin Caywood, The War Eagle Mill produces corn meal, flour, rye, grits, and cereals. Also on sale are two stories of rustic kitchenware, locally put-up ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

11045 War Eagle Rd., Rogers, AR
(870) 789-5343

http://www.wareaglemill.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Summer, Spring
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:Yes
Takeout Counters:No
The stoneground buckwheat waffle comes with a couple of sausage patties.
"The stoneground buckwheat waffle comes with a couple of sausage patties."
Cliff Strutz





'Beans, Cornbread and Slaw' is the formal name for this hearty ploughman's lunch. The beans are silky-rich, laced with plenty of ham.
"'Beans, Cornbread and Slaw' is the formal name for this hearty ploughman's lunch. The beans are silky-rich, laced with plenty of ham."
Michael Stern


This long-handled syrup pitcher was invented for people like me who hate to get sticky stuff on their hands.
"This long-handled syrup pitcher was invented for people like me who hate to get sticky stuff on their hands."
Cliff Strutz


Millie's choice is an open-face sandwich of either smoked turkey or smoked ham with cornbread, slaw and house dressing.
"Millie's choice is an open-face sandwich of either smoked turkey or smoked ham with cornbread, slaw and house dressing."
Michael Stern


Dessert?  Warm blackberry cobbler!
"Dessert? Warm blackberry cobbler!"
Cliff Strutz


Available as a side and topped with warm butter, the yellow corn grits were my favorite dish.
"Available as a side and topped with warm butter, the yellow corn grits were my favorite dish."
Cliff Strutz


The Ozark French toast is soft and eggy and is topped by powdered sugar and orange honey butter.
"The Ozark French toast is soft and eggy and is topped by powdered sugar and orange honey butter."
Cliff Strutz


The salt and pepper shakers are shaped like the mill and the water wheel. These are for sale in the store.
"The salt and pepper shakers are shaped like the mill and the water wheel. These are for sale in the store."
Cliff Strutz


The first floor looks like an old general store and is where the mill sells their products.  A few that caught my eye were Fish Fry Coating Mix and Yummy Honey Nut Bread Mix.
"The first floor looks like an old general store and is where the mill sells their products. A few that caught my eye were Fish Fry Coating Mix and Yummy Honey Nut Bread Mix."
Cliff Strutz


Packed with antiques, the third floor of the War Eagle Mill is a lovely space for a restaurant.
"Packed with antiques, the third floor of the War Eagle Mill is a lovely space for a restaurant."
Michael Stern


The War Eagle Mill is the fourth working water-powered grist mill built on this site since 1830.
"The War Eagle Mill is the fourth working water-powered grist mill built on this site since 1830."
Michael Stern


Sylvanus and Catherine Blackburn, who built the original mill on the War Eagle River.
"Sylvanus and Catherine Blackburn, who built the original mill on the War Eagle River."
Michael Stern


The mill (seen in the right background) sits next to a 100+ year old bridge.  Yes, it really is safe to drive over!  This is one of the great Roadfood settings.
"The mill (seen in the right background) sits next to a 100+ year old bridge. Yes, it really is safe to drive over! This is one of the great Roadfood settings."
Cliff Strutz



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