About Fiamma

Fiamma Sign
Located in the historic downtown Bentonville square, Fiamma provides an eclectic mix of American and Italian fine cuisine. We use fresh and local ingredients reflecting the seasons.

We make our own bread and pasta everyday so it is as fresh as possible.

Fiamma Hours

LUNCH                                          Monday – Friday 11AM-2PM

Monday – Thursday: 5PM – 9:30PM
Friday – Saturday: 5PM – 10:30PM

Sunday 10:30AM – 2:30PM

Bar1873 Hours

Monday – Friday: Opens at 4PM

$6 drink special every weeknight


Seasonal Ingredients

At Fiamma, we strive for perfection. Our innovation and attention to detail create deceptively simple dishes with unexpected depth of flavors. As in Italy, local farms provide our chickens, eggs, and select produce.

Arkansas has a vast array of fruits and vegetables giving us the inspiration for a continuously evolving menu. Our seafood and meat selections vary but are always selected from resources practicing sustainability and animal welfare.

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What our Customers Say:

“The’ve translated the genteel spirit that runs through this place into food”
– Allen J

“Introduce familiar ingredients in a way I never expected”
– Laura W 

Extensive Wine List

What fine dining experience would be complete without wine?
Come peruse our extensive list of regional Italian, Spanish, & New World wines. You can also request the wine “vault” for special occasions, or simply for dinner! The vault used to be an actual bank vault, but now it is where keep some of our most valuable wine!

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Meet our Suppliers

Anson Mills, in South Carolina focuses on sustaining American rice crops and heirloom grains. They provide us with Sea Island red peas and grains.

Across the Creek Farms in West Fork provides our pasture-raised chickens.

Bansley’s Farm in Harrison supplies pork products.

We rely on Rios Farms and A & A Orchards for beautiful seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Many of our cheeses are imported from various regions of Italy including Tuscany, Campania, and Emiglia-Romagna. Plus serendipitous finds from the farmer’s market!

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