1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa

In the Tradition of America’s Finest Historic Hotels

Crystal Dining Room
In 1886, "The Grand Ol' Lady of The Ozarks" opened her doors to America’s travelers. After more than 125 years, the Crescent Hotel has stayed true to keeping the traditions of Historic Hotels alive. One such tradition is being the place where travelers can find a quality dining experience. The Crystal Dining Room dinner service offers signature steaks and chops, farm fresh salads, and fresh fish & sea features. The wine cellar features many award winning wines that will make a complimentary pairing with the meal.

SkyBar Gourmet Pizzeria
For lunch and late-night fare, this local favorite sits atop the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa waiting for you to check yourself in to this quirky bistro with a menu of hearty appetizers and popular entrees. Menu items similar to those of your neighborhood gathering spot have been given a unique twist to make them as much fun to read about, as they are to eat. Step outside onto the SkyBar for alfresco dining or simply an adult beverage while enjoying a breathtaking panoramic view of the Arkansas Ozarks from the highest point in Carroll County.

Champagne Sunday Brunch
The best way to end a Eureka Springs weekend or start a week is the Champagne Sunday Brunch of the Crystal Ballroom. The premiere Sunday brunch in all of Northwest Arkansas is a feast that combines the best of breakfast and a luncheon smorgasbord of which dreams are made with numerous serving stations to custom slice, custom prepare specialty dishes just the way you want them. The bubbly is served at your table by a wait staff attired in black tie… the special touch to a very special dining experience.

Eureka Springs Dining
More than 50 owner-operated restaurants and lounges are scattered throughout Eureka Springs, but try the Balcony Restaurant and Bar for Eureka’s Best Burger, located in the Crescent's sister property, the Basin Park Hotel. There are many more restaurants in Eureka Springs to enjoy, too. Within an easy walk there is Ermillios and Oscars and further afield there's DeVito's Italian Restaurant, Sparky's, Bavarian Inn, and Mud Street Café all with local flavor as chains are few and far between in Eureka Springs.