The Abbey's Burger Makes Its Jackson Tavern Debut

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One of The Abbey's signature items is back, even though the restaurant is gone. - COURTESY OF JACKSON TAVERN
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  • One of The Abbey's signature items is back, even though the restaurant is gone.

You might still be reeling from The Abbey's closure last year, but now you can have a taste of something familiar at Brian Metzger's other joint Jackson Tavern. That's because the Old Fort Lowell area restaurant is bringing back one of The Abbey's signature dishes: the Abby Burger.

Although other places in town serve up English muffin-topped burgers, the Abby Burger is unique with its bacon jam, caramelized onions, aged cheddar and aioli, blending sweet, savory and smoky flavors all in one handheld package. Now that it's a regular menu item at Jackson Tavern, they've decided to switch it up by offering the option of a single patty Abby with a side of fries for $10.50 or a double burger with fries for $12.

If you're ready to take your tastebuds on a trip down memory lane, you can head to Jackson Tavern, located at 2900 N. Swan Road.


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