So When I first heard the news I thought we were getting another addition at the Bismarck Dakota Zoo
This afternoon for like a second or two I thought Bismarck Dakota Zoo was getting a new addition, my eyes scanned over this post real quick and just assumed differently. Check it out, our town seems destined to add to the growing list of new restaurants. With anticipation, what seemed like just yesterday we all waited for the arrival of new food eateries by Kirkwood Mall, then just recently our hearts pounded for the opening of I Heart Mac & Cheese, over at 4521 Ottawa Street. Now the news of yet another place coming soon.
A land sale for Bismarck's Panda Express location
Check this out, from the Aspen Group LLP Facebook Page:
"Jessica Knutson is excited to announce the completion of a land sale for Bismarck's Panda Express location!
Panda Restaurant Group, the world leader in Asian dining experiences and parent company of Panda Inn, Panda Express and Hibachi-San, is dedicated to becoming a world leader in people development. Whether through sharing good food with guests or providing opportunities for professional and personal growth with associates, all are embraced in a genuine family environment that is uniquely Panda.
Keep an eye out for updates and the Grand Opening announcement!"
This would be the second city in all of North Dakota that would have a Panda ( Fargo is the other city )
Any other news on the exact location?
"It will be between Costco and Haycreek Shops" was the response from someone from Aspen Group LLP. Now, all we have to do is be patient yet again!
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