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Local Restaurant Takes Dinner to New Heights

"It's just a different atmosphere, it's not like any other restaurant," Adams said.
"It's just a different atmosphere, it's not like any other restaurant," Adams said.

Bill Adams has been a pilot for 3 years and after taxing into too many terminals with terrible food, he decided to take matters into his own hands.

"It's gotta be something where the food is worth the wait and the flight," he said.

He owns Flaps Down Grill in the Springdale Municipal Airport. After months of renovations it's back open for business just in time for Valentine's Day.

The menu is revamped by Chef Steven Brooks and features local ingredients, all served with a view.

But the evening doesn't end with just dinner.

Helicopters and planes take off right outside the restaurant's window and you can hop aboard.

We got to take to the skies, and Northwest Arkansas is a different place from thousands of feet up.

"You can go to the Razorback stadium and watch the football game and get into it and that's great but when you fly over the top of the Razorback Stadium and see how well it's positioned around the Ozark mountains and in Fayetteville, you get a different dynamic, a different feel for this place that you go to," Adams said.

An aviation combination sure to take your love to new heights this Valentine's Day.

For more information about the restaurant and to make reservations, click here.


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