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Grapevine

105 E. Walnut, Paris, AR - (479) 963-2413
A small-town restaurant with a big culinary personality, the Grapevine is an oasis of home cooking, plain and fancy. All meals begin with baskets of distinctive bread and honey butter. Entrees range from burgers and sandwiches to fancy seafood and pasta.
100% Approval Rating (1 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Bread & Honey Butter
Santa Fe Salad
Macaroni & Cheese
Bread Pudding

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (6)
Roadfood.com Editor
"A first pass by the Grapevine did not set my Roadfood radar beeping. The brick building does not exude charm; and the grapevine motif on its sign hinted that oenophilia was more important than vittles. The radar obviously needed recalibration, for the Grapevine turned ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

105 E. Walnut, Paris, AR
(479) 963-2413

http://www.thegrapevinerestaurant.com

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:Yes
Outdoor Seating:Yes
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Meals at the Grapevine begin with a basket of house-made bread with honey butter. Note the uneven size of the slices: a signal of the hands-on home cooking that distinguishes Grapevine meals.
"Meals at the Grapevine begin with a basket of house-made bread with honey butter. Note the uneven size of the slices: a signal of the hands-on home cooking that distinguishes Grapevine meals."
Michael Stern





The $9.99 special included a big serving of fine mac 'n' cheese. In the background are a sirloin steak and fried okra -- both also excellent.
"The $9.99 special included a big serving of fine mac 'n' cheese. In the background are a sirloin steak and fried okra -- both also excellent."
Michael Stern


Santa Fe salad a la Paris, Arkansas, is well-dressed with creamy avocado dressing. That piece of grilled chicken on top, underneath the tortilla strips, is shockingly delicious.
"Santa Fe salad a la Paris, Arkansas, is well-dressed with creamy avocado dressing. That piece of grilled chicken on top, underneath the tortilla strips, is shockingly delicious."
Michael Stern


Heavy-duty bread pudding. This one serving, sopped with sweet praline sauce, was a big dessert for two.
"Heavy-duty bread pudding. This one serving, sopped with sweet praline sauce, was a big dessert for two."
Michael Stern


If you want a nice meal in Paris, this place is a good choice. Note the al fresco dining area at the left of the photo.
"If you want a nice meal in Paris, this place is a good choice. Note the al fresco dining area at the left of the photo."
Michael Stern


The name of the restaurant has more than one meaning. In addition to signifying a wine list, it also reflects the surname name of the owners, Kenneth and Lisa Vines.
"The name of the restaurant has more than one meaning. In addition to signifying a wine list, it also reflects the surname name of the owners, Kenneth and Lisa Vines."
Michael Stern



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