LITTLE ROCK, AR-- There are lots of things that make The Purple Cow Restaurant a great spot “for the young of all ages.” Their commitment to quality food and terrific service are obviously biggies. They take a lot of pride in preparing your favorites, and their burgers and shakes are famous for a reason. But their family-friendly atmosphere and fantastic staff are equally important. A visit to The Purple Cow is more than a meal. It’s an experience that the whole family truly enjoys – a great time together that, these days, isn’t easy to come by. It all started in 1989 when businessman Ed Moore and Chef Paul Bash opened The Purple Cow Restaurant on Cantrell Road in Little Rock. That original location - modeled after classic diners of the 50s - was a hit, and was soon followed by a second spot. A Hot Springs location was opened in 2010 and the newest "calf" will join the family in 2014 with the opening of Conway/Hendrix Village. It's been more than twenty years, but The Purple Cow Restaurant is staying true to its much-loved roots. The décor is still classic. The atmosphere is still nostalgic. The food is still fantastic.
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