Black Angus, a Little Rock restaurant that has been around for decades, has announced it has lost its lease on its location near the corner of Rodney Parham and Shackleford roads, but plans to relocate. Kat Robinson reports on her food blog, Tie Dye Travels, that Karla Creasey, the owner of Black Angus, had been negotiating with developers of the Rodney Parham on a new lease when she was served on New Year’s Eve with a notice to vacate by the end of March. The former K-Mart shopping center will be the new home of Premier Gastroenterology Associates.
Black Angus’ claim to fame, besides its longevity, is its charcoal-broiled burgers and steaks.
Creasy has not yet found a new home for the restaurant, but told Robinson that realtor John Hathaway, a loyal customer, is working with her to find a location. In an article in Arkansas Business, Creasey said the restaurant opened in 1962 and would not “die in 2020.”