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Just a unique fun place!

Cool damp rainy day! Great day to search out one of our unique places for lunch in North West... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
barbararP3936VV
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Springdale, Arkansas
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Working mill

A must stop if you are in the area. The Bean Palace is located upstairs and has a very limited... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Channie055
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Oklahoma
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Reviewed 6 October 2017 via mobile

We always try to stop when in the area. The products produced here are very good. Always love seeing a part of history still being used like it was in the past. Not many working Mills still around. Friendly staff always willing to answer any questions. Out of the normal traffic flow but worth a stop and the drive.

Thank REEJJE
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Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

We purposely start out early to arrive a little before the opening. We crossed the recently repaired and rededicated bridge that spans the water. The three story mill so attractive nestled in an peaceful setting. The history of the mill over time has had many owners and it continues to grind grain to sell. Old grinding stones on display and the waterwheel still turns as they mill the grain. The best photos are across the bridge opposite the mill. You can include the spillway along with the mill itself. The first floor has the working mill, packaged grain, jellies and craft items. Second floor all crafts and restaurant on the third level. This historic treasure stands the test of time

Thank martyC5001NS
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Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Historic War Eagle Mill is a must-see when visiting Rogers. There's no other place like it. The Bean Palace on the 3rd floor serves ham, beans and cornbread which is the favorite staple. The sandwiches are good and they make their own bread. The gift shop on the 2nd floor is fun. And the 1st floor with all the jams, jellies, syrups, flours, oats etc is great for gifts or personal, and watching the water wheel turn and crush the wheat to make the flour is fascinating.

Thank Cheryl L
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

I took two outof town guests to the mill. We went to the top floor for lunch. It was horrible, disgusting. My friends are still talking about it months later. The mill, their products and the gift shop is nice, but don't eat the food!! The worst food iI have ever been served anywhere.

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Reviewed 21 September 2017

The War Eagle Bridge, a one lane steel bridge built in 1907, adjoins the War Eagle Mill, and carries County Route 98 over War Eagle Creek in Benton County, Arkansas.

Thank fwcsportnut
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