Back in December, Eater reported that Hopdoddy would open its next Houston location at CityCentre. Now, the Austin-based burger chain has officially confirmed the new outpost.
The fourth Space City location of Hopdoddy is set to open on the corner of Sorella Court and CityCentre Way this fall. The build out of the 4,000-square-foot space facing Sweet Paris Creperie is expected to begin soon, and diners can expect a patio at the ground-floor eatery when it launches later this year.
After opening its first outpost in River Oaks in 2016, eager burger enthusiasts waited in long lines to grab a bite of the meaty goodness. Hopdoddy will be offering the same menu that’s made the brand a hit, including burgers made with Angus and grass-fed Kobe beef and sushi-grade tuna. Local craft beers, as well as fresh-squeezed juices, milkshakes, and house-made liqueurs will also be on offer.
“The city of Houston has been so welcoming to Hopdoddy and we are thrilled to join the thriving CityCentre development,” Hopdoddy CEO, Jeff Chandler, said in a statement. “CityCentre is one of Houston’s top dining destinations and hubs for entertainment, so it is an ideal place for us to expand our presence in this lively city.”
Stay tuned for an official opening date for Hopdoddy at CityCentre.