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The Buttered Biscuit is Opening a Second Location

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05 August, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Anna Russell

Website: www.thebutteredbiscuit.co
Email: info@thebutteredbiscuit.co
Phone: 616.813.2489

An honest breakfast. Using high quality ingredients.

The Buttered Biscuit is Opening a Second Location - Restaurant Brings Fresh Flavors, Breakfast Classics to Springdale AR

SPRINGDALE AR, August 5, 2019 – Springdale is getting a new breakfast spot. The Buttered Biscuit, a local family operated and woman-owned breakfast brunch, and lunch restaurant, is expanding from their Bentonville location to Springdale the end of 2019.

Serving classic breakfast dishes with a unique southern flare, The Buttered Biscuit will be open seven days a week. Guests will enjoy a menu that sources many items from local vendors and caters to their personal dietary preferences—including gluten-free, dairy-free and Vegan options.

“We believe in serving our community through business by offering great food,” said Anna Russell, owner of The Buttered Biscuit. “Here you'll never have to choose between food that's good and food that's good for you.”

The Buttered Biscuit expansion is located in the Harbor Meadows district at: 1210 J.T.L. Parkway Suite D, Springdale AR 72762. Hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday hours are from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

“As a wife and mother, I know how important family time around the breakfast table is,” said Anna. “I look forward to The Buttered Biscuit becoming Springdale's favorite breakfast spot!”

Learn more at the website, thebutteredbiscuit.co, or follow them with @TheButteredBisc on Instagram to stay in the loop for progress and the announcement of an official open date.


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