Original ChopShop: Focus on Fresh

Keeping it simple with greens, grains and proteins

The focus here is on healthy eating. The Original ChopShop is built on a simple concept, executed simply, and summed up succinctly in the restaurant’s tagline, “Just Feel Good Food.” Fresh, whole ingredients go into the scratch-made menu, from “between bread” (sandwiches) to protein shakes to the name-sake “chops” (salads). “We bring in a ton of produce,” says co-owner Kyle Frederick.

Protein bowls are a core focus of the menu, providing guests with three key essentials: greens, grains and proteins. The most popular is the Teriyaki Chicken Bowl, with a pleasantly light touch on the teriyaki, which can be served with super-food forbidden rice, brown rice or sweet potato hash.

The Moroccan Turkey sandwich stuffs a flavorful mix of avocado, roasted red pepper, red grapes, cucumber and house greens — tossed with a yogurt sauce and red wine vinaigrette — with slices of turkey between two slices of crusty 12-grain ciabatta. The sandwich-sliced turkey’s fresh, buttery taste is attributable to the minimal use of sodium.

Additional signature menu items include the Acai Bowl, which is also a super-fruit, topped with shredded coconut, bananas, strawberries and agave nectar; the Danish salad, which includes Danish bleu cheese, smoked almonds and red wine vinaigrette; the Cheat Day Wrap, served with bacon, egg, avocado and ham or turkey; the Power Green and the Daily Detox fresh juices; and the Muscle Malt and the Jacked Up PB + J protein shakes.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in an ambience that is unique to each location, Original ChopShop has an order-at-the-counter style of self-serve (or, even faster, online ordering) combined with the best of friendly service when the order is brought to your table.

Original ChopShop
7158 E. 5th Ave., Scottsdale
(480) 794-1536

Coming in June: 44th St./Campbell, Phoenix

Power Green

Kale, cucumber, celery, apple, ginger, parsley, lemon.
16oz  $5.75
32oz  $11

Avocado Toast

One egg over easy, smashed avocado, red pepper flakes, tomato, 12-grain ciabatta.
$5

 

Danish

House greens, arugula, smoked almond, Danish bleu, pear, apple, black currant, date, red wine vinaigrette.
$8

 

Grinder

Ham, turkey, soppresata, provolone, mayo, tomato, house greens, onion, banana pepper, red wine vinaigrette.
$9

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