Living in Bentonville
Where Rogers ends, Bentonville begins. Bentonville has been recognized worldwide as home of the Walmart Home Office since 1962. A visit to the Bentonville square will bring you to the original Walmart “5 and 10” location founded by Sam Walton which has now been converted into a museum. The Scott Family Amazeum is a favorite for families and local school outings. Culturally Bentonville has become nationally recognized for the Crystal Bridges Art Museum, with it’s exhibits and gardens fast becoming a national tourist attraction. Bentonville is also known for having some of the best biking trails in the country.
Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie
Tusk & Trotter is a gastropub offering a locally sourced, seasonal menu & craft beers in a casual, rustic-chic setting.
Table Mesa Bistro
Table Mesa is a boutique style bistro and bakery located in the heart of Bentonville's historic district. Their multicultural offerings feature tacos, burgers, enchiladas, salads, steaks and much more.
Ron's Hamburgers & Chili
Ron's Hamburgers & Chili offers a casual, seat-yourself cafe atmosphere and real draft root beer (no alcoholic beverages) which makes this a great lunch or dinner spot for people on the go.
Eleven is a stylish cafe with a sweeping wooden roof & large windows for a selection of local, sustainable grub.
The Buttered Biscuit
The Buttered Biscuit is a cheerful daytime eatery featuring a variety of traditional breakfast plates, with patio seating.
Bentonville is home of the Bentonville High School Tigers. Serving over 17,000 students, Bentonville School District has exploded over the past decade. It consistently ranks in the Top 5 academically for schools in the state. There are four elementary schools, two middle schools, two junior highs, and one high school in the Bentonville area.