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Original ChopShop to Open in University Park

This is the restaurant's third North Texas location.
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Phoenix-based Original ChopShop opened its first North Texas location in Las Colinas in April. The restaurant then opened a second location in The Shops at Legacy in Plano in October. A third location opens in University Park on November 16.

According to the release:

Original ChopShop’s 2,675-square-foot interior at University Park will accommodate 58 guests and feature the brand’s signature relaxed atmosphere, including sunny accents, distressed wood, handwritten notes and local vintage photography.

Protein bowls are a core component of the menu, providing guests with three key essentials: greens, grains and proteins. The menu also offers handcrafted salads, sandwiches, acai and pitaya superfruit bowls, fresh-squeezed juices and protein shakes.

“We’ve been thrilled by [Dallas’] response to our ‘Just Feel Good Food’ concept,” says Jason Morgan, CEO of Original ChopShop. “It’s exciting to watch the brand become a part of daily life for North Texans, much like how it became a staple in Phoenix. With this next opening at University Park, we believe SMU students and local residents alike will appreciate having the new shop in close proximity.”

Original ChopShop at University Park is located at 6401 Hillcrest Ave. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Check out the menu here.

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