Like an epic 90s hairstyle — bowl cut — Eating food out of bowls has been a trend for years. Better These days, concoctions are served in bowls.
Here in Tucson, 2749 N. Campbell Ave. restaurant chain, original chop shopscheduled to open by the end of the summer of 2023.
The restaurant has been out of business for several months, mostly because the building at the address was demolished and rebuilt, making it look like the brand’s other 17 locations spread across Phoenix, Dallas, and Houston.
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The menu includes salads, superfruit bowls, parfaits, turkey in morocco When grilled steak, A powerful collection of protein bowls.
The protein bowl already comes with roasted broccoli, cauliflower, onions, carrots and mushrooms, but there are options to include protein such as: Thai Coconut chicken, green curry tofu, spicy Korean steak, teriyaki chicken, amanatto sesame steak, When Red Chili Lime Shrimp.
The project was started with the help of Larsen Baker and its affiliates Campbell Avenue Developers, LLCThe group recently acquired the retail building that currently houses L’amour Nails for $950,000.
Original ChopShop’s original owners opened their flagship store in Old Town Scottsdale in 2013. Following the success of the first store, his second spot opened less than a year later near his ASU in Tempe. However, in 2016, the owners sold “control of the company” to a Texas-based group of investors who wanted to expand Original ChopShop outside of Arizona.
A lot is happening at Campbell
Keep an eye out for changes to Original ChopShop spots as the months go by. Recently, Campbell Avenue is blossoming with new dining spots. Two Hands Corn Dogs and Ni Hao Tea recently opened, and Flower Child and Doughbird are due to open in the near future.
Plus, spots like Goodness, Raging Sage, upper crust pizzaand Karuna’s Thai Plate continue to serve Tucsoners with new menus and classic dishes.
For more information on Original ChopShop, follow originalchopshop.com.