Shadowbox Craft Coffee and Tea

If you’re looking for “not your ordinary” coffee shop, you have found it. Shadowbox brings global coffee and tea flavors to the local community using exclusive blends, iconic brews, and eclectic arts. Whether you’re looking for on the spot seeped tea, freshly brewed Americano coffee, one of a kind cupcakes or New York bagels; you will find it at Shadowbox. …

The Glaze Donut

Who doesn’t love a donut? Check out The Glaze Donut on College Hill next time you feel your sweet tooth yelling for attention. Don’t let the modest appearance of the building fool you. This family owned and operated business may look modest, but the experience is nothing short of pure bliss. The Glaze Donut702 East StreetTexarkana AR870-216-1831

Kyoto Teriyaki

Named after the food capital of Japan, Kyoto Teriyaki serves Texarkana some of the best teriyaki cuisine you will find. Don’t miss out on traditional Japanese teriyaki dishes as well as treats like beef bulgogi, chicken katsu and yakisoba. Stop into Kyoto Teriyaki for a taste of Asia right here in Texarkana. Kyoto Teriyaki3520 N. StatelineTexarkana AR870-772-5533 https://www.kyototeriyaki.com/

Lagniappe

If you’ve been craving Cajun style cuisines then take a moment to check out Lagniappe! No matter if you’re looking for stuffed pork chops for the grill or, a plate lunch for the office, they have it. With a multitude of savory options, you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy. Lagniappe4012 Jefferson AveTexarkana AR870-779-0368 https://www.facebook.com/LagniappeSpecialtyMeatsLLC        

Cattlemans Steakhouse

A Texarkana tradition for over 53 years, Cattleman’s Steak House has been owned and operated by the same local family since the beginning. Cattleman’s offers legendary fine dining by way of hand-cut steaks and scrumptious seafood. Come enjoy food that has been prepared with the same care since longer than many of us have been alive, in a relaxed atmosphere. …

Sue and Carols Kitchen

Hankering for a bit of down home cooking mixed with local personalities and Southern hospitality? Then don’t by-pass Sue and Carol’s Kitchen or you’ll miss out on alot. Drop by for some homemade pie or fried catfish and you’re likely to see all kinds of people visiting like it’s one big family reunion. Check out their Friday specials and bring …