This is the only true coffee house in Rogers, AR. It's located downtown, right across from the railroad tracks. The inside of the place is all wooden, and there are couches to lounge around on. The place also has it's own personal library with a wide range of books you can just read while you're there. It's a bit pricy, and the coffee isn't unlimited refill, but it's still amazing! I highly recommend that you check it out for lunch one day.
It's very much like Red Lobster, except the atmosphere isn't as nice. They specialize in catfish and other fried fish. It isn't located in the best part of town. The food is decent, but nothing spectacular.
Marketplace has an entree for everyone. It's a great place for kids and picky eaters. The prices are a little much, but the portions are usually larger than most places. The only complaint I have is that they aren't very vegetarian-friendly. Make sure you get a side of the sweet potato fries!
The exterior of it's very misleading because it looks sketchy. However, the food is tasty, the portions are generous, and the prices are very reasonable! They have a wide selection of pastas and salads. I usually always take home leftovers, which is nice because entrees average about $8.
I wasn't a member at Conway Regional, but I go often as a guest with my friends who have memberships. It has the most to offer of all the gyms in Conway. I've attended the yoga and pilates classes there. The gym has a pool, indoor track, carpeted basketball courts, and tons and tons of work-out equipment. There is also a "spin" room. I highly recommend this if you're looking for a great gym in Conway!
Book Traders carries used books for very cheap prices. They carry everything from Goosebumps books to book on yoga to classic reads. Whenever I needed novels for class that I knew I was going to annotate, I would come here and get them. I bought George Orwell's, "Animal Farm" here for $1 in paperback, and it was actually in good condition. I highly recommend it.
Fast Foto is the only photography store in Conway that I trust to develop my conventional camera's film. My family has gotten our photos developed here since I was a little girl, and I still continue to go here. Their prices are very reasonable, and the staff is helpful if you have questions about film or pictures or home software. The store also has a booth where you can take in your digital camera's memory stick and just print off your own pictures there.
Marty has been my dad's automobile insurance agent for years, so he also became my agent whenever I started driving. I went in to talk with him when I first opened up my policy, and he was very helpful and understanding with the fact that I'm a teen driver. He gets to know his customers on a personal basis and does very well in explaining all the details of the policy you're purchasing. I highly recommend him if you're needing auto insurance!
This store is unlike anything else located in Conway or Greenbrier. It has pipes and hookah and salvia. The prices are reasonable. It's on top of a huge hill on the highway, so it's kind-of hard to spot. Just look for the tie-dye flag. I always go here whenever I need to get retro clothes or gifts. It's really cool just to check out.
This theater is better than the other theater in Conway, but it's still only 6 screens and nothing compared to modern theaters. It always has completely different movies playing from the other theater in Conway. It tends to show more of the children's movies. It offers a few arcade games for the children.