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Blu Fresh Fish Market

Blu Fresh Fish Market

The ocean to you! We fly fish in daily from both coast & the Gulf! Our building hosts a Market & Restaurant. MARKET HOURS listed under LONG DESCRIPTION. “We envision a wide open market that rival the best markets in the country. The fish are laid out on ice for the public to choose from. The boats in Boston and Seattle that will be suppling our fish, crab and lobster go out each day. That day’s catch will be in route to Bentonville within 10 to 12 hours after it comes out of the water. That’s vastly different from these huge boats of fish that leave Asia and travel for two to three weeks to get to the U.S. ports” Barry Furuseth- Owner
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MOD NWA

MOD NWA

The spirit of MOD is derived from the Japanese concept of “omakase” or chef’s choice. Dishes are presented as the chef intends, without compromise — but please know that you are in good hands. Each dish is artfully planned, crafted and presented. Trust is a key ingredient at MOD Restaurant & Social. We trust our guests to be open minded, adventurous, and inquisitive. In return, they can be confident our MOD kitchen team will provide a curated culinary experience that draws on local producers, seasonal ingredients, and a deep passion for mixing modern cooking techniques with Ozark cuisine.
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Compton Gardens

Compton Gardens

Imagine a green oasis that serves as a public park for the residents of Bentonville and beyond. This 6.5 acre garden has been developed into a native / woodland garden which is quickly becoming a regional destination garden and special events venue. Residents and visitors are able to take advantage of this beautiful and peaceful environment that contains a native plant collection. Home of Dr. Neil Compton, physician and naturalist, who is credited as the savior of the Buffalo National River. The 6.5 acre park features the conference center which is available for meetings, seminars, retreats, weddings, etc. and the native woodland garden is quickly becoming a regional destination and is available for tours and events as well as film and commercial photo shoots.
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Razorback Greenway

Razorback Greenway

The Northwest Arkansas Razorback Regional Greenway (usually shortened to Razorback Regional Greenway or just Greenway in Northwest Arkansas) is a 36 miles (58 km) primarily off-road shared-use trail in Northwest Arkansas. Dedicated on May 2, 2015, the Greenway connects Walker Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas to Lake Bella Vista in Bella Vista, Arkansas, while also serving schools, businesses and other cultural amenities along the route. Starts in Bella Vista at the Veterans Wall of Honor 103 Veterans Way, Bella Vista, AR 72714 and ends in Fayetteville at Walker Park, 10 W 15th St, Fayetteville, AR 72701. There are multiple different trail stops along the way.
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