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Angus Jack: NWA's premier gluten-free burger restaurant

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03 January, 2019 By James Carlton

After working for two decades in the Northwest Arkansas hospitality industry, Ian and Jean Cairns realized our burger scene was lacking. Six years ago now, they jumped at the opportunity to work for themselves, and began to create their own unique burger selection for their new restaurant, Angus Jack. They named it after Jean's late father, Jack, and went wild with all the deliciously different ways they could customize a burger.

One thing that sets this restaurant above the rest is their commitment to their gluten-sensitive patrons. Ian's dad was diagnosed with Celiac Disease before Angus Jack was born, so the Cairns wanted to be inclusive with their menu. "We figured," says Ian, "why create a restaurant where not everyone can eat?" And they have done just that. They even offer a vegetarian black bean burger that is delicious in a whole new way. They dedicated a separate section of their kitchen to preparing gluten-free (GF) items; from the exclusively gluten-free bun toaster to a whole entire fryer, they are earnest in their approach to gluten-sensitive service. Try their GF fried chicken or GF fried pickles, they are as delicious as they are allergen-safe!

Despite the belief that gluten-free food is less than delectable, or even boring; Angus Jack has made it their mission to have a menu that's accessible and enjoyable for everyone. "We hand-form our Angus beef patties and hand-cut our fries daily," says Jean, "and we don't cook it until you order it; so you're getting the freshest, most delicious meal every single time."

They've taken the liberty of compiling and naming some tasty burger combinations for their menu, to assist those who have a hard time imagining what they might want to try. Some of their spirited options include the Lumberjack: a towering triple meat and gourmet cheese monster that's sure to satisfy, the Aloha Jack: featuring a grilled pineapple ring and scratch-made honey mustard, and the José: pico de gallo and Colby Jack with signature AJ sauce on two Angus beef patties in... a tortilla!

As always at Angus Jack, every burger is fully customizable with any number of the creative additions on their "Jack It Up" list. For example: you can take an Original Jack and add Onion Strings, Bacon, and Grilled Jalapeños; or take the Snack Jack and make it your own with a Fried Egg, Blue Cheese Crumbles and Fried Pickles if you want!

Don't forget to bring the kiddos on Mondays. They get a free kids meal with each adult meal purchased from 4-8pm.

Be sure to stop by Angus Jack in Springdale between 5-9pm every Wednesday to catch their Half-Off Burger promotion going on until July 1st, 2019.

Angus Jack wants to cater your next event! Their exciting catering menu consists of the Wee Jack, Chick Six, Wee BLT, all-in-one Boxed Lunches, and their sensational Seasonal Salad. Find out more on their website: angusjack.com

If you're in a rush, you can call your order ahead to the Bentonville or the Springdale location and pick it up in the drive-thru; or you can have that burger you're craving delivered to your home or office right now through their partnership with Bite Squad. For more information about the latest promotions, catering options, franchising, or if you just want to see their awesome menu: visit angusjack.com and check out their Facebook page. (Rumor has it there's a secret menu too!)


Angus Jack
Get Social: www.facebook.com/angusjackburgers/

BENTONVILLE
1001 SW Regional Airport Blvd.
Phone: (479) 250-9230
Open 7 Days
10:00am -- 9:00pm
Get Delivery: www.bitesquad.com/food/angus-jack/13341

SPRINGDALE
2638 W Sunset Ave.
Phone: (479) 717-2940
Open 7 Days
10:00am -- 9:00pm
Get Delivery: www.bitesquad.com/food/angus-jack-springdale/7846


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