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“Arkansas Dairy Bars: Neat Eats and Cool Treats” Extra – Dairyette


Whether it’s done with the perfect banana split, a delicious double burger or a mile-high vanilla cone, Dairyette Mount Ida is all about building up tradition!
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“Arkansas Dairy Bars: Neat Eats and Cool Treats”
A popular mid-century sight all across America, dairy bars have thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic. The nature of dairy bars – restaurants where customers generally order ice cream and burgers outdoors through a window – has boosted business in a time of limited indoor dining options.

Join host Kat Robinson – Arkansas food historian, author, travel writer and enthusiastic foodie – as she visits dairy bars in every corner of the state to compile a culinary tour guide.

Whether you’re nostalgic for the dairy bars of your youth or looking for a new dinner destination, “Arkansas Dairy Bars: Neat Eats and Cool Treats” is sure to whet your appetite. Learn more at

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