Bonchon’s New Fast-Casual Restaurant Now Open with Official Grand Opening Celebration Scheduled for March 15

Bonchon, the internationally revered restaurant brand known for its Korean fried chicken, debuts a new fast-casual restaurant model with the opening of Bonchon in Addison, Texas on Thursday, February 25th. The official grand opening celebration will  take place March 15, 2021. The new restaurant is located at 4980 Belt Line Rd. Suite 140, Addison, TX. It is the seventh Texas location and the second Dallas area location joining The Colony, with more openings on the way. 

Bonchon Addison’s exciting grand opening celebration on March 15 will feature free Bonchon swag given to the first 100 guests and an online sweepstakes giving one lucky winner a year’s worth of Bonchon’s signature Korean double-fried chicken. Customers can enter to win by going online at https://mailchi.mp/bonchon/addison-nro-grand-opening or by scanning the special QR code in-restaurant (no purchase necessary, some restrictions may apply). 

The 2,200 square foot restaurant, which is located a short distance from Bonchon’s new corporate headquarters, debuts Bonchon’s new fast-casual restaurant model featuring an urban, cutting-edge design with eye-popping colors, modern furniture, and bold street art inspired graphics. The Bonchon Addison menu features traditional customer favorites and introduces delicious new items like the Mac & Kimcheese, Korean Street Corn, and a Fried Chicken Sandwich, with your choice of signature spicy or soy garlic sauce.


“Bonchon Addison is unique among our 370+ global locations as it is the debut of an exciting new restaurant model designed for a fast-casual experience,” said Bonchon CEO, Flynn Dekker. “We believe this new design will enhance and streamline the guest interaction while offering our team an improved operating environment. Bonchon Addison will also double as our corporate test kitchen. Dallas area residents will have the unique experience to be able to try out new dishes and new signature sauces not found at any other Bonchon restaurant.”

Upon entering Bonchon Addison, guests will be greeted by photo murals reflecting stylized street scenes from Busan, South Korea — the restaurant’s origin —  and graffiti-inspired graphics  showcasing the brand’s unique process for preparing its popular fried chicken, all in an ambiance that proudly honors Bonchon’s Korean heritage and culture. 

Bonchon Addison offers easy and seamless online ordering and delivery through bonchon.com and the Bonchon USA app. Curbside pickup and dine-in also available. They can also be found on major 3rd party delivery platforms like DoorDash, UberEats and Favor. 

Grand Opening Details Bonchon Addison: Enter to win a year’s supply of Bonchon Korean fried chicken! 

Offers: Bonchon Swag will be given to the first 100 guests on March 15.

Enter to win a year’s supply of Bonchon Korean fried chicken.Grand Opening Sweepstakes entry begins on February 25, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. CT and ends on March 21, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. CT.  

To enter online: Visit the contest website directly at https://mailchi.mp/bonchon/addison-nro-grand-opening and complete the entry form with the information requested, and click “Enter Contest.” No purchase necessary.  Winner will be announced on March 23, 2021.

When: February 25, 2021 through March 21, 2021

Where: Visit Bonchon Addison at4980 Belt Line Rd. Suite 140, Addison, TX (corner of Quorum Dr. & Belt Line Rd.)

Hours of Operation: 11-9pm Sun – Thurs, 11-10pm Fri & Sat 

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