Angus Jack celebrates year in Bentonville

Local burger joint with gluten-free variety expands and thrives


Ian and Jean Cairn were high school sweethearts in their native land of Northern Ireland. After moving nearly halfway around the world and working for two decades in the restaurant industry; they decided we, the people of Northwest Arkansas, needed a better burger. Thus, Angus Jack was born. Named after Jean's late father; the restaurant touts wild ways to accessorize burgers, and has a serious take on gluten-free options.

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