The Columbus, Ohio-based Bibibop Asian Grill is taking over the leases at ShopHouse’s 15 closed locations in Washington, DC, the Chicago area, Maryland, and Los Angeles.
The locations will open in the next couple months after being converted in Bibibop restaurants, according to a news release.
The chain’s expansion into ShopHouse’s many prime locations could lead to explosive growth for Bibibop, which launched in August 2013 and now has 12 locations in Ohio.
The restaurant serves different varieties of a popular Korean dish called Bibimbap, or “mixed rice.”
The Korean restaurant chain gets rave reviews on Yelp, with an average rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars.
Customers also say it’s reasonably priced. In Columbus, Ohio, a bowl with chicken and unlimited toppings costs $6.75, according to one customer.
The chain was founded by Charley Shin, a native South Korean who launched Charleys Philly Steaks in 1985. Charleys now has more than 500 locations worldwide.
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