Dining

In addition to many local hotspots in downtown Little Rock, guests can enjoy these restaurants located in the Marriott .

Heritage Grille Steak and Fin — Enjoy bold flavors, juicy steaks and excellent wine while dining at our Little Rock hotel’s steakhouse, The Heritage Grille Steak and Fin. Our specialties include steaks, seafood dishes and an all day menu filled with only the best bar bites.

Starbucks — We’re not just passionate purveyors of coffee, but everything else that goes with a full and rewarding coffeehouse experience. We also offer a selection of premium teas, fine pastries and other delectable treats to please the taste buds.


Restaurants outside the Hotel

Samantha’s Tap Room & Wood Grill— We are an upscale hop with down home comfort. Samantha’s is located in downtown Little Rock and is the only Arkansas restaurant to have all 32 beer and 20 wine offerings on top. Enjoy the freshest locally-grown ingredients prepared with a real wood fire.

Sonny Williams Steak Room— Open Tuesday through Saturday, our restaurant serves only the finest steaks cut from Aged Angus Beef, fresh seafood, and game, complimented by a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list. Our Executive Chef, Jeremy Jennings, ages our steaks anywhere from 35 to 41 days and create new menus seasonally. Located in Little Rock’s River Market District, we have a grand piano bar that features some of Little Rock’s finest players and a patio with great views of the area. Complimentary valet parking service is always available for your convenience.

Bruno’s Little Italy— Family-owned Italian restaurant offering traditional dishes in comfy digs with outside seating. Open for dinner.

Big Whiskey’s— Watering hole with brews, TVs for sports & a menu of American eats such as burgers, wings & steaks. Small town, middle America is where my grandfather ran a modest corner tavern for almost 30 years and where the Big Whiskey’s American Restaurant & Bar story begins. He had his regulars but none quite like the man who came to be known as “Big Whiskey.” Big Whiskey only came in a few times a week. He would belly up to the bar and say, “I’m only going to have one, so make it a big one.” Thus, the legend of Big Whiskey was born. As my grandfather tells it, Big Whiskey was the kind of man who always had the right thing to say at the right time, whether it was a joke, story or toast. He was never around long and always left the other patrons longing to hear more.