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Yellow Rockets bringing a Big Orange to NW Arkansas

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click to enlarge Order this at Big Orange and your cheese dip or hummus will be gratis.
  • Order this at Big Orange and your cheese dip or hummus will be gratis.
Big Orange, the hamburger restaurant operated by Yellow Rocket Concepts, will open in the Pinnacle Hills Promenade Outdoor Mall in Rogers in late fall. The restaurant will be Yellow Rocket’s third Big Orange, joining the restaurant in the Promenade on Chenal and in the Midtowne Shopping Center.

Big Orange Northwest will have an expanded menu of small plates and starter dishes, “hyper-local” food, house-made desserts and spiked milkshakes in what Yellow Rocket is calling a 5,200-square-foot “farmhouse atmosphere,” the restaurant's news release said. Like the Little Rock Big Oranges (but unlike a farmhouse), it will have a full bar with specialty drinks. “It will also host annual beer, wine and spirit dinners as well as pop-up bar dinner experiences,” the news release said.

Other Yellow Rocket restaurants are ZAZA’s Fine Salad and Wood-Oven Pizza, Local Lime, Heights Taco & Tamale Co. and Lost Forty Brewing.

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