Flavor of the Week: Ed Walkers Drive In

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We're here with another Flavor of the Week. This time were at Ed Walker's. It's a drive-in that is truly unique. Not only has it been around for a long time, but you can get service in your car just by flashing your lights.

After you get your drink, head inside the diner that still has that 1940s feel from when it started. Between the "old timey" atmosphere with original memorabilia, the home cooking, and the only curbside beer service in the state of Arkansas, you're transported to a day gone by. They even have a Razorback you can ride! It has turned into a tradition for many families.

The roast beef cooks all day low and slow to achieve that desired tenderness. We sat down with owner Ted Cserna to try a few dishes. The food arrived, and it looks delicious. They have a little bit of everything to try.

Whether you're stopping by for one of their famous French dips, homemade blue plate special, or their tempting homemade pies that include one with Reese's peanut butter cups on it, and a coconut cream pie with coconut shavings as the crust, you can't go wrong. They even have a veggieburger that will knock your socks off. They're open from 10 AM to midnight daily making it easy to get your fix.

Here at Ed Walker's you get that 1950s diner feel. That's not the only thing reminiscent of days gone by, with cooking that reminded you of grandma's kitchen.

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