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Healthy bowls restaurant chain from Colorado rushes into Star Frisco

Healthy bowls restaurant chain from Colorado rushes into Star Frisco

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A restaurant chain from Colorado specializes in bowls, wink wink. Photo courtesy of Rush Bowls

A Colorado-based restaurant chain known for its meals-in-a-bowl is putting a location into play at The Star in Frisco. Rush Bowls, a fast-casual healthy bowls concept, will go for its third down, I mean location, in Dallas/Fort Worth at the World Headquarters and training facility of the Dallas Cowboys.

The 1000-square-foot store will be located in the retail space surrounding The Star, between Cowboys Way and Warren Pkwy, and is set to open in January 2019. It will be owned and operated by husband-and-wife Ted and Elizabeth Bachmeier, who currently quarterback, I mean operate, the Rush Bowls at Mockingbird Station.

Ted says in a release that they're thrilled to announce the location at The Star in Frisco. Bachmeier was previously executive VP of operations at Michael's Corporation, where he worked for 23 years.

"The Star brings together people of all ages and lifestyles," Elizabeth says. "We believe that adults and kids alike will love Rush Bowls' healthy, quick, grab-and-go atmosphere."

Rush offers meals with fruit, granola, and honey, blended with peanut-butter, protein, vitamins, and other nutritious ingredients. Customers can zigzag through more than 40 signature bowls or smoothies made with fruit and vegetable bases, including acai, kale, and avocado.

Bowls are available in vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and dairy free options. Anything can be custom-made to cater to any dietary need.

The company has more than 80 touchdowns, I mean locations, in various stages of development across 14 states and Canada, with a plan to open five more in DFW in the next few years.

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