Established in 1941 by Dominick "Doe" Signa and his wife Mamie, Doe's Eat Place is an acclaimed Arkansas institution. Still housed in the original building, Doe’s has maintained the authenticity and atmosphere of the 1940's grocery and restaurant, and it has a menu of delicious comfort food and drinks. The menu features hot tamales and homemade chili, rib eye, porterhouse, sirloin, and filet mignon steaks, fried shrimp, garlic bread, and fresh salads.
Sticking to the home-style feel, dining tables are scattered haphazardly throughout the space, with some even in the kitchen, surrounded by stoves, counters, and big iron skillets. Doe’s Eat Place is vibrant and noisy and ever so welcoming.
316 W. Dickson Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas, Phone: 479-443-DOES
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