Kat Robinson is a food and travel writer based out of Little Rock who covers Arkansas, the Mid South and points beyond with extensive storytelling and expressive narration, sharing authentic experiences and beautiful photography. The author of three travel dining books covering Arkansas foodways...
The longstanding catfish joint near DeGray Lake has been a family go-to for lots of folks over the years. The "set-up" may be the best bet on the table. I've dropped in at The Fish Net a few times these past few years. Hunter and I made a point of giving it a shot when we took our inaugural Spring Break trip along Scenic Arkansas Highway Seven a few years ago, and I will note the simple fact - she really didn't need anything but "fixins" - the side item quartet known as the Set-Up.
I've passed by the Casablanca location on Poplar many times in my travels - somehow, I always end up on Poplar in Memphis at some point or another - but never had I thought to stop in. I wasn't certain if it was a bar or an Italian joint or a Mexican restaurant or what. Why? Because I could not compel myself to stop eating. You see, Casablanca has three locations. I ended up in the second and I fell in love with the decor.
Did that catch your attention? Don't look at this like it's clickbait. Look at it as a service - a delicious service that's about to score you some of the largest fried pies in Arkansas for less than two bucks. That's right. You, yes you, can pocket one or more of the two-handed delights behind the counter at the travel center on US Highway 165 north of where it splits from US Highway 67 in the northeast Arkansas town of Bald Knob. I have dropped by here many a time.
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