Hopdoddy opens first local spot next week

Published Wednesday, July 11, 2018
by Dave Cathey

Hopdoddy Burger Bar, 1125 NW 63, opens its first of two planned locations on Monday in Nichols Hills Plaza, and when it does, local burger purveyors will have no choice but to take notice.

Born in 2010, the concept specializes in burgers made completely from scratch and craft beer. Farm-raised beef is butchered and ground in house, and buns are baked from small-batch dough in house.

Burgers like the Llano Poblano, made with an Angus beef patty topped with apple wood smoked bacon, Tillamook pepper jack, seared poblanos and chipotle aioli, are apt to join the local vernacular. But it's not all about beef as validated by the Ahi Tuna, which starts with a patty made of sushi-grade tuna that's topped with sunflower sprouts, nori chips, teriyaki, honey wasabi, mayo and pickled ginger.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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