Chop’t coming to Mt. Kisco

August 17, 2013 by  

Mt. Kisco will become home to a Chop’t Creative Salad Company, an announcement recently made by the company. Its CEO, Nick Marsh, started Chop’t in 2001 in Union Square, New York City, and is originally from Larchmont. No doubt he will be using poster printing to make those in the town aware of this restaurant and its fresh new offerings.

The Chop’t Creative Salad Company will be constructed in a building on South Moger Avenue that was previously the home of a Victoria’s Secret store, which closed after Hurricane Irene in the summer of 2011. Since that time, the property was divided and one of the spots was filled by Fidelity Investments last year.

The president of the Mt. Kisco Chamber of Commerce, Kevin Kane, said that having the restaurant will be good for the village. It is expected to be a win/win situation, as the community will also provide a wide range of customers for the business. There is already a great deal of variety when it comes to the restaurants in town, and some believe Chop’t will help to make that variety even better.

A spokeswoman for Chop’t, Lysa Chen, said there is a great deal of excitement about coming to Mt. Kisco, as it is a community that is very conscious about its health. Chop’t offers a wide range of salads and sandwiches made from fresh local ingredients, and from farmers who practice sustainable farming. Chop’t Creative Salad Company also makes its own salad dressings on site every day.