Are you flying into the Little Rock, Arkansas Airport? Are you tired, hungry, and in need of a stiff drink before going to bed? If so, why not travel just across the bridge from the Little Rock, Arkansas Airport for some food and drink at Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant? Here is what you can expect when you visit Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant, located at 3201 Bankhead Drive:
Convenient location. Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant is right across the bridge from the Little Rock, Arkansas airport, and it is literally attached to the full-service Holiday Inn. This means that you can actually walk from the restaurant/bar and go right into the hotel without ever having to walk outside, which is a nice touch during rainy weather.
Generous hours. Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant is open daily from 11 am to 11:30 pm, so these hours accommodate many of the flights in/out of the airport. You can chill out in their smokeless bar, or you can have a drink and a smoke on their bar patio. If you prefer to drink in the restaurant, you can do this, too. You can eat, drink, and relax in the restaurant or the bar.
Pleasant atmosphere. Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant at the Little Rock, Arkansas Airport is dimly lit, nicely cooled/heated, and this place is the cleanest of clean. You don’t feel greasy or dirty when you drink/dine here. The staff is really friendly, and you can usually find supervisors on the floor.
Fair service. The service at Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurant has improved quite a bit over the last year, but it still needs some work. This place typically has young, college-age students doing the serving, and they often seem more interested in sweet talking the customers out of a buck than they do actually providing quality food service.
Steep prices. The prices at the sports bar are typical of many bars, so you can feel good about spending money here, but the prices of the food in the restaurant are quite steep for many of the items. Too, the food can disappoint on several levels. For instance, their menu displays a gorgeous order of nachos, but when you get them, they aren’t typical nachos.
Yes, the nachos look like the picture on the menu, but the nachos are made of flour tortillas, not corn, which seriously subtracts from the taste. The server does not let you know of the difference, so you get to pay for a pricey plate of disappointing nachos. Too, the salads at Boston’s restaurant seem to be mountains of lettuce with less of the good stuff on top.
*Unless you’re in a hurry, it’s best to drink here, but eat elsewhere.