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Check Out The Menu For Chobani Café Before The Greek Yogurt Focused Eatery Arrives

The yogurt-focused café hits The Woodlands February 28

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Mango & avocado-topped yogurt
Courtesy Chobani Café
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A restaurant that focuses entirely on yogurt-based dishes might seem like a bit of a stretch, but that’s exactly what will make its debut inside a suburban WalMart in late February.

A representative for Chobani Café tells Eater that the restaurant is set to open its doors later this month inside the shiny new WalMart at 25800 Kukendahl in The Woodlands. This outpost marks the second location of Chobani Café, joining two locations in New York City, the first of which opened in SoHo in 2012.

A peek at the menu indicates that the offerings are almost identical to those at the NYC locations. The restaurant will serve up a selection of sweet and savory yogurt-based dishes, with toppings that range from banana & waffle crisps to salsa and olive oil, alongside sandwiches and breakfast bowls. Also on offer are soups, salads, and bagels served with yogurt-based “schmear.”

Chobani Café will officially open its doors on February 28. In the meantime, feast your yogurt-lovin’ eyes on the restaurant’s full menu of dishes that boast plenty of active cultures.