Hopdoddy Burger Bar Coming to Plano

UPDATE: 4/6  11 a.m.  Hopdaddy will now be opening at 11 a.m. on April 15.

Hopdoddy Burger Bar will open its first Plano location on April 15 at 8255 Preston Road, Suite 300.  It will replace Grub Burger, which Hopdoddy acquired earlier this year.

Grub will close after dinner on April 10 so that the location can be reconfigured.  Hopdoddy plans to open in time for lunch five days later.

In celebration of the grand opening, the first 100 guests will receive a “golden bowl” that can be refilled for free at the Plano Hopdoddy all summer. There will also be Happy Hour $5 draft beer schooners, house margaritas and craft cocktails from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

“The Plano location is the first restaurant to be converted to a Hopdoddy since we acquired the Grub Burger Bar chain in January,” Hopdoddy CEO Jeff Chandler said. “This is the first step in the brand’s exponential growth, and we look forward to welcoming our fans in Plano.”

The new Plano outpost includes a dog-friendly patio. It will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Hopdody was founded in Austin in 2010. Its owners made serving ethically raised and mindfully sourced proteins a priority.  Menu items include ingredients like humanely, sustainably raised Certified Piedmontese Beef, non-GMO Beyond Meat, regeneratively farmed Force of Nature bison, family-farmed Chipperbec potatoes and Red Bird Farms’ cage-free, steroid-free and gluten-free chicken.

The restaurant also touts it also tout its fresh, hand-cut fries and a beverage program that celebrates the best in craft beer and spirits.

Today the company has more than 30 restaurants in Texas, Arizona, California, Colorado and Tennessee.  After acquiring the 17 Grub Burger locations, it will soon be in Louisiana, Georgia and Florida.  This will be the sixth North Texas Hopdoddy, which also has two Dallas locations and restaurants in Addison, Euless and Fort Worth.

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