Chef Rachel cannon, a fort smith native, has traveled the world to hone her culinary talents and bring them back to Arkansas.
She surprisingly started off at the bottom tier in the kitchen before she realized her love and skills, before completely dominating the restaurant.
Working her way up through every position possible before attending the International Culinary School, a division of the Art Institute of Tennessee.
After extended studies abroad, she has appeared on a couple of food tv shows as their representation including, Man vs Food, Diner's, Drive-In's and Dives, as well as Guy's Grocery Games. After this she was working in Minnesota to assist in rebuilding the culinary program for a northwestern restaurant group.
Cannon has finally returned to Fort Smith to share her culinary skills, and knowledge shes gained in her adventures, with her hometown community. 💙
Pairing our new restaurant general manager with a prestigious Sommelier certification, alongside our esteemed Chef Rachel Cannon, we have brought together a duo that embodies excellence, innovation, and an unwavering commitment to culinary artistry.
Mikey’s profound understanding of wine, coupled with Chef Rachel’s creative culinary prowess, results in a harmonious fusion of flavors and a symphony of taste that will captivate your palate.
With an unwavering focus on quality and innovation, they will present a menu that embraces both classic elegance and contemporary flair.
Our exceptional team, united by their shared commitment to culinary excellence, will continue serving the best steaks in the River Valley while crafting an unforgettable dining experience that will delight, surprise, and leave you craving for more.
The Maness School House, completed in February 1937, it is the only building in the entire area that was not moved or destroyed when the Department of Defense acquired to build Camp Chaffee. German POW’s built the patio in 1943. The school was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 29, 2003. Stonehouse opened its doors in December 2015
At Stonehouse, we are passionate about our food. Stonehouse was founded on the belief that food shouldn’t just be eaten, it should be savored, and enjoyed. We feel successful when we see our guests, laughing, smiling, and creating memories surrounded by wonderful food.
We believe that cooking is not just a means to feed. Rather, it is a way of life to display art, and talent. We are always trying new things and want to keep our restaurant filled with unique, fun, and memorable tastes. Our goal is to make certain that no guests ever become bored of our menu, but are instead delighted and surprised each and every time they come in to dine. We take eating to the next level; you deserve to come in and see what fresh food should always taste like. Contact us to reserve your table today!
We have worked to package our meals in a way that lets you bring the quality of our meals into your home. We always love to see you in person, but even when we can't we ensure that your dining experience is top notch!
Our Historic one room rustic school house, with a wooded view, and large entertainment stage is the perfect setting for a beautiful wedding!
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