• Hopdoddy Burger Bar coming to Chisholm Creek and Nichols Hills

    Another national restaurant chain is set to make it's Oklahoma debut with two new locations in the Oklahoma City area.



    Austin-based Hopdoddy Burger Bar has plans for a location in The Pointe at Chisholm Creek and in a new building being constructed just south of Nichols Hills Plaza.

    As OKCTalk reported just last week, Provision Concepts is already under construction on Birra Birra, a wood-fired pizza and beer concept to be set on the lake at The Pointe. They will also be operating a gelato and ice cream shop directly to the north.

    The third tenant in that Chisholm Creek building will be Hopdoddy, with Fitzsimmons Architects designing the entire exterior structure.






    Since Chesapeake Energy sold to Washington Prime in 2014, the Ohio company has embarked on an aggressive expansion and leasing of of Nichols Hills Plaza, the Triangle and Classen Curve. The new owners have brought in Trader Joe's, Kendra Scott, Rye 51, Cos Bar, Athleta, Evereve and several more national and regional tenants that are new to the OKC market.

    Plans obtained by OKCTalk show Hopdoddy taking the far west end of a new commercial building under construction on the north side of NW 63rd on the site of the former Kings Court condominiums. The condos were demolished by Chesapeake Energy years ago and the area has been vacant since.





    Future plans show a new stand-alone Starbuck's which will move from its current location in Nichols Hills Plaza. Plans also show the possible replacement of existing buildings to the east along NW 63rd which houses Mamasita's.

    With 25 locations in Texas, Arizona, Colorado, California and Tennessee, Hopdoddy describes itself as a 'craft burger bar' with fresh ingredients, a large beer selection and an energetic vibe.


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