In just a few years, a single burger dynasty has reimagined what the perfect Arkansas burger can be, and celebrated it with locations across the state. That dynasty belongs to the Bubbus family, and it started at CJ’s Butcher Boy Burgers in Russellvile.
But chances are, if you know about these great burgers, they most likely come from one of the many locations of David’s Burgers.
His son, David Bubbus, Jr., paid tribute to his dad with David’s Butcher Boy Burgers. While CJ’s, operated by the senior Bubbus’ brother in Russellville, got its start first, David Jr.’s operation has spread like wildfire. The first location opened in Conway in 2010, quickly followed by West Little Rock, North Little Rock and a burger wagon. Another Bubbus, Micah, opened his own food truck called Patrick’s Butcher Boy Burgers a few years ago in Fort Smith. Patrick’s, named after the elder Bubbus’ father, quickly became so popular it went brick-and-mortar.
North Little Rock’s location does things just a little bit differently. When you make your order, you go sit at a table with a
Check out the list of locations here. And don’t forget your napkin.