Panda Express Flying Into Falcon Soon

Look for the iconic fast casual American Chinese eatery at the Falcon Marketplace.
Panda Express in Hells Kitchen New York City
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Per the New Falcon Herald, Panda Express just purchased Lot 8 at the Falcon Market Place. The American Chinese restaurant is slated for a late winter opening, bringing easy access to fast casual, Eastern-influenced eats to 7555 Falcon Market Place.

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“We decided to move into the Falcon Marketplace to make it more convenient and accessible for our guests to enjoy their favorite American Chinese classics from Panda Express,” the ubiquitous eatery said in an email to What Now Denver.

What is American Chinese cuisine? Think of your take out and eat-in Chinese restaurant favorites: orange chicken, grilled chicken teriyaki, and black pepper steak. These entrees, of course, are available with sides like chow mein and fried rice, and appetizers such as egg rolls and crab meat Rangoon.

According to its website, Panda Express has grown into “the fastest growing Chinese food chain in the country” after its 1983 founding in the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. Andrew Cherng brought the wok-fried goodness while his wife Peggy brought Panda’s operating infrastructure to streamline hot food and deliver quality service. The restaurant now boasts locations “from coast to coast and around the world,” offering up Chinese family flavor from old school family recipes.

Watch for a March soft opening and a ribbon-cutting a few weeks post as the Falcon Marketplace starts to take shape.

Matthew Denis

Matthew D. Denis is a Bend, Oregon-based freelance reporter with a predilection for existential expression. Be it art, backcountry exploration, overland road rallies, or Zimbabwean beats, Matt is there to describe the culture and expression that defines our humanity. You can find his work in ArtNews, The Register-Guard, The Manual, U.S. News & World Report, and more. When Matt's not typing on keys, he'll likely be exploring books, creative writing, or endless Western wilds.
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