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A Korean hot pot spot is cooking up a Northland location

KPOT will open in the Metro North Crossing development.

KPOT Hot Pot Korean BBQ restaurant

The hot pot is always picture ready.

Photo courtesy of KPOT Korean BBQ & Hot Pot

Gather your friends and get ready. KPOT Korean BBQ & Hot Pot will open its second metro location this summer in the Northland.

The hot pot biz will join the Metro North Crossing development north of US Highway 169 and Barry Road. KPOT will offer an all-you-can-eat buffet alongside traditional Asian hot pot and Korean barbecue. Its restaurant will occupy ~7,400 sqft. That’s one big pot — roughly half of the entire retail building.

Watch its website for more updates.

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