Chop’t Creative Salad Company Coming to Park Road Shopping Center

Chop’t Creative Salad Company Coming to Park Road Shopping Center

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Chop’t Creative Salad Company has chosen Charlotte to open their first store outside of New York and Washington D.C.  Chop’t will open in the Park Road Shopping Center in Myers Park.  The company was founded in 2001 and focuses on serving salads and wraps.  Think healthy at Chop’t, no sugar is used in any of their salad dressings.  Agave nectar and honey are used as replacements in their sweet dressings.  Chop’t has a long bar with three stations.  You order your salad or wrap at the first station.  The second location is where the food is chopped and the third station is where the dressing is added and the salad is tossed.  Stay tuned to RT for when Chop’t will open in Charlotte.

Brian Craver with Cushman Wakefield Thalhimer represented Chop’t in finding their Charlotte location.

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6 Comments

  1. More good news, this site is great.

  2. BEST salad place ever! After moving to Charlotte from the DC area I was surprised to find out there wasn’t a Chop’t in the state. Can’t wait!!!

  3. […] new store will be in the Park Road Shopping Center, according to Restaurant Traffic, a blog run by Charlotte-area real estate brokers. Brian Carver of Cushman & Wakefield, the […]

  4. […] all those Charlotte commercial real estate nerds, CharlotteRestaurantTraffic.com reported that Brian Craver from Cushman Wakefield Thalhimer represented Chop’t in their site […]

  5. Love this place. Discovered it Sunday, made a Monday/Tuesday streak and I’ll be danged if I don’t have it for lunch today. So good.

  6. Can’t find the hours of operation on the website. The only phone number was for headquarters in NYC and had to leave a message. Does anyone know if they are open for dinner?

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