Eat Local @ Greenhouse Grille!

Greenhouse Grille serves conscious cuisine in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Greenhouse Grille serves conscious cuisine in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Greenhouse Salad made with organic greens, carrot ribbons, green apples, dried cranberries and toasted pecans with balsamic vinaigrette.

Greenhouse Salad made with organic greens, carrot ribbons, green apples, dried cranberries and toasted pecans with balsamic vinaigrette.

Grilled Buffalo Burger made with local, grass-fed buffalo, all natural goat cheese and garlic aioli.

Grilled Buffalo Burger made with local, grass-fed buffalo, all natural goat cheese and garlic aioli.

Sweet potato fries were delicious!

Sweet potato fries were delicious!

The restaurant has a full bar featuring organic wines and beers, natural sodas, organic coffee and teas.

The restaurant has a full bar featuring organic wines and beers, natural sodas, organic coffee and teas.

Oteil Burbridge of the Allman Brothers Band described food at Greenhouse Grille as “so good, it’s like going to church.” I agree. Greenhouse Grille serves delicious food, AND it uses local and organic products whenever possible. During our recent trip to Fayetteville, Eddy and I stopped by for lunch. For an appetizer, we split a Greenhouse Salad with organic greens, carrot ribbons, green apples, dried cranberries and toasted pecans, served with balsamic vinaigrette. Now I have a confession to make. I hate fruits on salads. I don’t understand why people put apples, grapes, raisins and cranberries on top of a salad. Well, our Greenhouse Salad was so good that I didn’t even notice there were fruits on the salad. For the main course, we ordered a grilled buffalo burger made with local, grass-fed buffalo meat, topped with all natural goat cheese and garlic aioli. The burger came with a side of sweet potato fries that were out of this world!  Of course, the burger was out of this world as well, but that goes without saying. Normally, Eddy and I split a cheesecake whenever we eat at Greenhouse Grille, but this time we were too full. If you have enough room, though, I highly recommend getting a slice of their cheesecake. Last time we had one, it came topped with seasonal berries. YUM!

Next time you’re in Fayetteville, enjoy conscious cuisine at Greenhouse Grille!

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