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Austin’s Hopdoddy Burger Bar is coming to Fort Worth with an opening planned for fall 2017 in the Left Bank development on Seventh Street.

The location will be the chain’s fourth in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The restaurant currently operates 16 locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Texas.

Often scoring high on best burger lists, Hopdoddy grinds their meats in-house daily and offers Angus beef, Akaushi beef, chicken and sushi-grade tuna. The chain serves-scratch buns, as well as hand-cut Kennebec fries, farm fresh salads, and milkshakes. Hopdoddy locations also have a full bar that includes house-made liqueurs and fresh-squeezed juices.

Left Bank is a 1.5 million square foot mixed use development between Montgomery Plaza and the Trinity River being developed by Centergy Retail of Dallas.

“With West 7th Street experiencing urbanism like it never has before we see a lot of similarities between this area and South Congress Avenue in Austin,” said Centergy Retail President, West Miller. “We feel Hopdoddy couldn’t have selected a better location for its first Fort Worth store and are excited to have them on board at Left Bank. Hopdoddy will be a great addition to the development and the community.”

At Left Bank, Hopdoddy Burger Bar will join several other retailers and restaurants set to open later this year. along with 1,500 residential units, office space, a hotel and a park. Opening soon in the development will be the first urban-oriented Tom Thumb supermarket.



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