America's Best College Towns 2013

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Courtesy of the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau

No. 16 Fayetteville, AR

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It’s no surprise this town ranked No. 3 for best diners—the 20,000 students at the University of Arkansas need somewhere to refuel after all those nail-biter Razorback games. No one goes hungry at the Rolling Pin Café, famous for its chocolate gravy, served only on Saturdays. But there’s more to the town than ball games and breakfast. Check out the burgeoning art scene during First Thursday Fayetteville, held March through October in the downtown square.

America's Best College Towns 2013

No. 16 Fayetteville, AR

It’s no surprise this town ranked No. 3 for best diners—the 20,000 students at the University of Arkansas need somewhere to refuel after all those nail-biter Razorback games. No one goes hungry at the Rolling Pin Café, famous for its chocolate gravy, served only on Saturdays. But there’s more to the town than ball games and breakfast. Check out the burgeoning art scene during First Thursday Fayetteville, held March through October in the downtown square.

Courtesy of the Fayetteville Visitors Bureau
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