Honeycomb Restaurant & Bakery

705 Main St
Arkadelphia AR 71923

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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 7am-2pm
  • Tue: 7am-2pm
  • Wed: 7am-2pm
  • Thu: 7am-2pm
  • Fri: 7am-2pm
  • Sun: 11am-2pm


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Group Living, Inc serves individuals with developmental disabilities. It is our purpose to help each individual attain their highest level of independence. We believe that opportunities for integration with non-handicapped persons in the community is the method by which this can best be achieved. Our habilitation training for persons served is aimed toward that purpose.Group Living Endowment FundGroup Living, Inc is a private, non-profit organization providing community services to people with developmental disabilities. The purpose of Group Living, Inc is to help each individual served reach the highest level of independence possible and to become an integral part of the community. All services are rendered with that in mind.The organization started in 1973 with two group homes, one for men and one for women and has grown with the growing needs of persons served. In 1974, to provide training and jobs, the Beehive, a thrift store, was opened. The Beehive is now a source of revenue for the program as well as providing several training sites and jobs for persons served and for individuals from the community. It also provides a multitude of services to the entire community.In 1979, the men's group home burned and the Ross Foundation replaced both the men's and women's homes with a brick, co-ed home which is now used for housing for medically fragile individuals. In 1981, Group Living, Inc was a pioneer in helping persons served find and establish individual housing in regular neighborhoods. Currently fifty-five persons in the GLI program live in homes in the community with support staff for their daily needs. Twenty-five percent of Group Living's clientele are home owners.In 1985, Group Living started a housecleaning service to provide training and jobs for clientele. Two supervised crews clean private homes, businesses and churches and have a waiting list of patrons.In 1995, the Honeycomb restaurant was opened, again to provide training and jobs for clientele and the community. It has become a very popular place to gather and eat in the Arkadelphia area. The Honeycomb has received recognition from the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, has been featured in "Southern Living" magazine three times and is mentioned in the last few editions of "Off the Beaten Path."