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About Theo's Fayetteville
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Theo's blends the freshness of coastal cuisine with the comfort of regional cooking and hospitality...simple, yet elegant food in the Contemporary American style. The premier lounge and bar in NWA for the last seven years, Theo's produces the finest cocktails made from fresh ingredients and quality spirits. A smart wine list places equal emphasis on all regions of the world and value at every price point. With it's unique setting just off Dickson Street, Theo's is the perfect spot for happy hour after work or a special night out in Fayetteville. You can also visit the Rogers location at The Shoppes at Pinnacle Hills.
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Contemporary American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm -11:00pm.
Lounge and patio open late.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is complimentary to our Guests and is located on Campbell Ave. between Dickson Street and Watson Street.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Theo's Fayetteville Ratings and Reviews
The bar looks outstanding. We came for dinner. The ambience was upscale but a fair portion of the bar crowd moved over for dinner making the evening less elegant than it could have been. The bar split fron the dinning room which helps a great deal.
The food was great. The wine list had a decent but limited selection. The mixed drink options were enormous. I don't recommend the desserts. The quality of the food was great enough to push the overall experience to a 4 out of 5.
My wife had their "amazing" Shrimp Ravioli . I got one bite of it and I agree ..."amazing".
I got the cod. It was also good. I might have said "amazing" until I tasted the Shrimp Ravioli!
Great service, affordable wines and a lovely interior.
Best restaurant we've been to in a while!
I made a reservation with the intention of dining inside as a date night. Being a nice fairly temperate evening, we thought dining on the patio would be lovely, but soon realized it was a bit chilly, with potential rain in the forecast. Also, while sitting there, I received an email saying they had cancelled my open table reservation. Apparently they don't honor dining on their patio as a dinner reservation? It was a slow weekday, and took over five minutes to be approached by wait staff with water, and I had to ask for a dinner menu after about fifteen minutes. If this is their patio norm I wouldn't recommend it. So I requested to our server we'd like to go to their dining room. But once inside, we were accommodated wonderfully and had a great dining experience and very good food, as well as proper service. And they changed or open table reservation back from cancelled without me prompting. In closing, it's a shame they don't treat the patio patrons the same as those choosing to dine indoors. On previous occasions we were offered the same courtesy with either dining choice.
Although the service was great, I was disappointed overall. Five of our party of six ordered filets or ribeyes and, with one exception, the steaks were all over cooked. My martini was served with slivers of ice in it, a no no in my book. I sent it back and the same thing happened again. The atmosphere and service was nice though.
Theo's is still one of Fayetteville's best offerings. I'm delighted they have not yet decided to rest on their laurels. The rotating cocktail menu is still satisfying, and at strikingly reasonable price. It's an easy spot for a date or upscale happy hour, and delivers the kind of food you'd expect in a chef-driven hot spot in a major city, but without trying too hard. I ordered the pork chop, which turned out to be a mammoth and almost magically tender cut of pork—I'd highly recommend it, along with the experience itself.
This was a business dinner and I really appreciate a restaurant where you don't need to shout to be heard. Theo's ambiance was perfect for the occasion.
Food was excellent.
I had two connoisseurs of fine wine with and the wine selection was a bit brief for them but we still found some bottles they enjoyed.
I am new to NWA and I entertain a lot for business. I am delighted to have found Theo's.
When in town Theo's is one of our favorite restaurants. The food, atmosphere, and service have always been very good. Valet parking is an added value. It's an easy walk to the theatre after dinner and a great option for drinks after the show. We love Theo's.
We made a reservation to dine early so we could make the curtain time at WAC. 5:45 is early for us to dine out, but they had our table ready and helped us to wrap things up in time to make our show.
As for the food - everyone was happy with their entrees. 2 had duck; 1 had filet and raved about it; 1 had Cavatelli. The appetizers were good, the drinks were delicious. All in all, a very positive dining experience. It was a little loud and dark in the restaurant, but the food was great!
My husband and I have been here a handful of times but our most recent visit for my birthday was the best yet. We arrived early and hung at the bar for about 15 minutes until our table was ready. There was a theater show in town that night and some sorority actives were going on so the place was pretty busy. The bar area was packed and loud, but we got a drink and enjoyed people watching.
We were taken to our table and the atmosphere was cozy and quite. We ordered Mussels and an anti-pasta platter. Both were exceptional. Next we had salads and then our main courses. Each bite was amazing.
Theo's is a great place to go to celebrate a special occasion or just a nice night out on the town.
We had a dozen oysters to start and then mushroom and taleggio egg rolls, which were delicious. However the dining room was particularly loud, like a sports bar. This did make conversation at my table difficult. I had the ahi tuna and it was delicious but a bit too cold for me. The Wasabi mashed potatoes were scrumptious. My spouse had the pork chop and he was worried he couldn't eat the whole chop. He managed. Overall, a great meal in a loud room.
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