• Eleven at Crystal Bridges

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Restaurant at the museum. Marks the veg items. Vegans could have the Eleven burger and Ozark tikka masala.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Doggiedoc


Points +198

18 Dec 2019

In a Pinch It’s OK

There’s a $3 upcharge for the Impossible party, making the burger $18 and mediocre as all get out. You also have to get it on toast since the bun isn’t vegan and without most of the condiments. So to recap, I paid $18 for an Impossible patty on toast with lettuce.

Pros: Has one vegan thing

Cons: Expensive, Boring



Points +95

27 May 2018

not to bad but pricey

Had the portabella burger with no cheese and no bread. It came with dijorn mustard, chips, lettuce and carmalized onions. It was pretty tasty. Only con was the cost and that they couldn't do any bun substitute.


Points +51

25 Nov 2016

Veg relief!

I was a little wary when my sister's and mom wanted to eat at the museum restaurant in Arkansas! I was pleasantly surprised to see the menu owned vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free!
There were two salads available - a Large Leaf salad w nice fresh greens, some veggies and a creamy dressing and a Harvest Salad with arugula and other baby greens and dried figs and candied pecans and a vinegrette like dressing (my favorite of the two)!
They also offered a grilled cheese w a side of fresh fruit on the kids menu (I didn't ask if the cheese was rennet free)

At the coffee/drink bar there was even a peanut butter and cracker snack pack option . Although all the baked goods had eggs:(
They did however have almond milk option for their coffee drinks a super tasty apple ginger soda!
And all their disposable cups were compostable!

Pros: Beautiful setting , Very friendly staff!, Great drinks!

Cons: No vegan baked goods/desert options, The utensil place a little too close to the counte, Nothing else


Points +132

09 Oct 2016

Black bean burger no longer vegan

We are visiting from out of town, and there don't seem to be many veg options in Northwest Arkansas, so we were excited to see that Eleven had a vegan black bean burger option that was supposedly fabulous. However, when we got there and ordered the waiter informed us that the patty now contains eggs and they hadn't updated the menu yet to reflect that. They did make us a mediocre dish as a replacement. Lots to choose from as a vegetarian, not so much if you are completely plant-based. Beautiful views though!

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