If the date and time you are looking for is not available online, please contact the restaurant at 479-527-0086. Theo's blends the freshness of ... More
If the date and time you are looking for is not available online, please contact the restaurant at 479-527-0086. Theo's blends the freshness of coastal cuisine with the comfort of regional cooking and hospitality...simple, yet elegant food in the Contemporary American style. The premier lounge and bar in NWA for the last seven years, Theo's produces the finest cocktails made from fresh ingredients and quality spirits. A smart wine list places equal emphasis on all regions of the world and value at every price point. With it's unique setting just off Dickson Street, Theo's is the perfect spot for happy hour after work or a special night out in Fayetteville. You can also visit the Rogers location at The Shoppes at Pinnacle Hills.
Went there for Happy Hour and was pleased. They had great service and very unique drink options! Go there with friends to enjoy the atmosphere. Caution, the music is a bit too loud! That was a let-down.
Expecting a lot more from the menu posted outside and the ostentatious valet parking, multi layer diamond clad necklace crowd in attendance. Upon closer inspection, its incoherent, trendy, buzz word menu offerings as well as the 'scene' did seem to be trying a little bit too hard. My husband and I were more than disappointed. The spinach salad to start was straight out of the pre-washed bag with an overpowering ancho powder seasoning tossed in and three melted plops of low grade goat cheese atop. Inedible. The entrée special was no better, claiming to be hand-cut fettuccine in a pesto sauce with pancetta. Instead we received a bowl of overcooked pasta floating in a watered down pesto cream sauce, slab cured bacon in lieu of pancetta and 4 unecessary, undisclosed, grilled shrimp skewered on top. Equally inedible. A restaurant posing such as this, tells a lot about the town and what its customers expect or know no better than to expect. The prices were comparable to that of a high end legitimate restaurant in a foodie laden city but certainly did not match its proportions. Shameful.
There is no better restaraunt in the area. The pork tenderloin with the cornbread side dish would perhaps be my choice of a last supper if it ever came to that.
The bar is absolutely incredible, as if pulled directly from downtown Chicago, Boston or New York. The tunes are always right on the money and the atmosphere is ultra-hip.
The outdoor patio in the spring time is the place to be, not just to be seen. Great service from the staff makes it a spot you want to get back to as quickly as possible.
Fayetteville needed an alternative to Bordino's and this does not disappoint. Honestly, I have nothing against any other restaraunt, but Theo's simply is THE BEST establishment in the last 10 years to hit Dickson Street.
This is 5 star. The Scallops are terrific as well as all of the meals that I have had here. The prices are worth the taste. Great wine selection. The service was also supreme everytime I have been here.
This place has a great Ribeye that I have found unmatched in Fayetteville. I have lived here for 30 years and can't think of a better steak i've had other than maybe Herman's. I've paid more for less. As for the decor it is also unique to Fayetteville and nice if your on a date.
Not a bad place by any means, but way, way overpriced and not nearly as classy looking as I think they intend it to be with the near total darkness of the dining room. The food is good, but not as good as what you're paying for it. The desert, however, is fairly priced and delicious.