The seven-year-old chain also serves french fries, salads, milkshakes and local craft beers on tap and in cans and bottles, and offers a full bar.
In addition to Texas, Arizona, Colorado and California also have Hopdoddy restaurants.
In its current form, the building at 6 S. Cooper may be the dullest looking structure among the stock of charming, nearly century-old Overton Square buildings. Loeb Properties last summer confirmed its plans to redesign and expand the building.
Loeb did not renew the lease for Yolo, which, according to the shop's owners last summer, would be moved several blocks west to 1906 Madison, across from Huey's. That building most recently housed the National Association of Credit Management.
Yolo has operated in the Square since March 2011.
The architectural firm brg3s has designed the renovation for 6 S. Cooper where Hopdoddy is going. An early rendering shows a more modern appearance with high-design elements that include a rooftop patio.