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).
Bonchon, the internationally revered restaurant brand known for its Korean fried chicken, announces the relocation of its New York City headquarters to Dallas, Texas by January 1, 2020.
In addition to a new HQ, Bonchon is launching a fast-casual restaurant model, incorporating a new interior design, new service model, and streamlined menu. The new model will apply to select new franchise openings and new corporate restaurants and will strengthen Bonchon’s ability to continue to grow online ordering, which currently accounts for over 50% of its current revenue.
With all the chicken wing eating competitions taking place all over the Metroplex these days, one would wonder if it’s chicken wing season. Bonchon Korean fried chicken restaurant is teaming up with well known local brewing company Franconia Brewing Company for a Tap Takeover & Chicken Wing Eating Competition this coming Friday June 6th at 6pm.
The competition goes like this – eat 20 of Bonchons extra hot in the fastest time and you win. That’s simple! The only thing you have to worry about is forking up $10 to compete. Of course Franconia Brewery will be serving up some of their very own frosty brews to tame down that extra hot sauce from the wings. Continue reading →