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Now open on the boulevard (17332 Ventura Boulevard, near CVS and Jamba Juice) this is the Chop Stop‘s second location – they just opened in Burbank in January of this year.
Owner, Mark Kulkis was on hand at the ribbon cutting and showed us the simple idea behind his eatery’s instant success! Everything is FRESH and chopped daily for you to mix and match into a salad (or you can have it in a whole wheat tortilla, if you prefer) of your own design.
The menu also has great tried and true combinations to chose from. I tried The Classic – so many great flavors all working to delight you with every spoonful. That’s right. The salads are so finely chopped you can eat them with a spoon!
You can pop into the Chop Stop or look for them at the upcoming Taste of Encino, on the Boulevard, Sunday, October 9th! Either way tell ’em you saw them on EncinoMom, proud sponsor of the 24th annual Taste of Encino. See you there!
Video by: EncinoMom Productions
Photo by: Warren Keating