|Address:||629 E Main St, Gassville, AR 72635, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Tuesday:||7:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||7:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Thursday:||7:00 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Friday:||7:00 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Saturday:||7:00 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Sunday:||7:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
Adita's Restaurant, Markets & Bakery is located in Baxter County of Arkansas state. On the street of East Main Street and street number is 629. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (870) 435-2961. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Adita's Restaurant, Markets & Bakery quickly are 36.2855311 ,-92.4847212
Folks, I’m giving Adita’s restaurant in Gassville a huge shout out this morning!
I had not eaten there since it was the Brass Door! This past weekend I went and just shared a nacho platter and a tostada! It was very good! Beth had the chicken quesadilla’s which she couldn’t eat all that was in her order so we took the rest home to Randall. He has raved about those quesadillas so I talked him into going out for lunch yesterday, he’s such a homebody these days, but I know his back hurts him terribly so I don’t mind going alone or with Beth. Anyway, yesterday I had the enchiladas with sour cream sauce, refried beans and rice! Pic attached: my first bite I knew it was something special! I’m thinking ‘THIS IS HOMEMADE FROM SCRATCH’! I couldn’t contain my curiosity and I spoke a bit loudly to the gal that was a few tables from us, looking as if she was planning menus or work related on her PC anyway, so she could hear me plainly… “do you all make your food from scratch”? Yes ma’am was her reply! Every single bite I took was even better that the last! The refried beans were REAL home cooked beans mashed into a delicious goodness! The rice was oh so tasty and moist! Needless to say I over ate and still took plenty of leftovers home for Beth to have dinner (she loves Mexican food)!
Randall had the chicken quesadillas and raved about them with every bite! Now, we have had LOTS of Mexican, TexMex authentic Mexican food all over this country some very fancy restaurants and some hole in the wall and in Mexico plus living in Dallas TX, a food and restaurant mecca, for 15 years I would say we’ve had it all pretty much and some as good as Adita’s, but not many! THEN on our way out they had just brought a tray of individual Apple Crisp servings… OMG were these the BEST! I asked Randall to get two one for him and one for Beth, thinking I really didn’t want the sweetness! Later when I was home I decided to taste it and was just blown away with the flavor! It was perfectly homemade! This will be my go to restaurant for Mexican food from now on. The staff is very friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable! So, please visit them, help keep them in business as I know many restaurants are still struggling. I try and go out to eat when there is not a crowd, usually after or sometimes before the lunch crowd! Try them, I was DEFINATELY impressed with my meal yesterday! Three chicken enchiladas, refried beans and rice for 7.95. Free chips and salsa! It was all delicious and homemade with so much flavor!
It was good. The chorizo burrito was really good.
Just tremendous is all I can say from the atmosphere, to the service, to the food. Couldn't have found a better place to enjoy a good meal, and good company with a good conversation. If you haven't tried this place, you are truly missing out.
A delicious breakfast! Never ran too low on coffee. Great friendly service and great food! Will be going back.
Second time here this week
First time we just had bakery and coffee. Today we had dinner and everything was delicious. There bakery is so good that it's so hard to pick just one thing. In the other room there are different vendors selling lots of neat items. Aditas is in Gassville give them a try especially if you like Mexican food.