Presented by GREATER IRVING – LAS COLINAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Panda Express Restaurant opened the doors to its first Panda Express Chinese Kitchen and Tea Bar concept in Texas on Friday, Dec. 5 at 10:30 a.m. in Irving’s Stampede Crossing retail area.
The restaurant is located at 8411 Bent Branch Drive, along the Interstate Highway 635 service road just east of Belt Line Road in the Stampede Crossing retail area.This is a new concept for Panda Express and it is only the fifth in the country to feature the Tea Bar.
“We chose Irving to open up this new Panda Express concept because of the vibrant business and residential demographics within a five-mile radius of the site,” said Rachel Meyer, Regional Marketing Manager for Panda Express.
The Tea Bar features honey boba and fruit-infused teas, among others, as well as the original Panda Express steam table. The restaurant is equipped with Wi-Fi and televisions.
About Panda Express
Panda Express, America’s favorite Chinese restaurant, is best known for its wide variety of original recipes including their famous Orange Chicken®, SweetFire Chicken Breast®, Award Winning Honey Walnut Shrimp™ and Shanghai Angus Steak™. Founded in 1983 and now with more than 1,650 locations throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and Guam in addition to Canada and Mexico, Panda Express is part of the Panda Restaurant Group, the world leader in Asian dining experiences.