Well then, direct your feet, wheels or wings to the Carroll County Airport this weekend. Leave the suitcases at the door, though, because New Orleans is coming to you.
The third annual Cajun Lunch Fly-in lands at the airport this Saturday at 10 a.m. and lasts until the gumbo runs out.
Vendors will offer a smorgasbord of cajun temptations, including red beans and rice, boiled shrimp, and alligator coubillion.
In addition to culinary diversions, Airport General Manager Sheila Evans said the event would feature plane rides, face painting, and a flight simulator.
The Arkansas Air Museum of Fayetteville will fly in a rebuilt 1931 Stinson S. Jr. airplane. For $5, you can get the chance to ride in the antique plane. The Ozark Mountain Fliers flying club will raffle three rides, with proceeds benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.
If you aren't the gambling type, don't worry. Evans said visitors could ensure themselves a place in the passenger's seat for $60.
Those who prefer to keep their toes on the tarmac can still get a taste of the pilot's life by visiting Flight School of the Ozarks.
Instructor and school owner Danny Hendricks will let visitors climb into the cockpit of his flight simulator.
Evans said there would also be free face painting for the kids.
The main event of the day will be at 1 p.m., when the Carroll County Airport Commission will dedicate the recently completed terminal to members of the first airport commission. Evans said the one surviving member, James Garrett, would be present for the occasion.
Architects from Modus Studio in Fayetteville, Ark., received an award by the American Institute of Architects for their design, which was modeled after a World War II F4U Corsair airplane.
The airport is located on County Road 310 west of Berryville. For more information, call the airport at 870-423-2668.