updated - August 8, 2020 Saturday EDT
Wingstop has opened its 25th location in Chicago the company announced in a press release on its website.
"Our doors are open and we're busy saucing and tossing made-to-order wings for our fans," franchise owner Vince Romano said. "Chicagoans are passionate about wings and sports, and we're excited to offer them a new, hot spot to watch the game, or take wings to go."
The restaurant is located at 3059 N. Pulaski Road and is the company's largest location in the midwest at 2,800 square feet the company said. It's twice as big as a regular Wingstop.
There is seating for 85 guests and several high definition televisions for customers to watch football the company said.
Wingstop offers made to order classic and boneless wings in 10 strong flavors including original hot, cajun, atomic, mild, teriyaki, lemon pepper, hawaiian, and garlic parmesan the company said. Side dishes include hand-cut seasoned fries made from #1 Idaho potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad, and the company's infamous house made ranch and blue cheese dips.
The new location is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. Customers wanting carryout can call (773) 647-1755 to place orders. People can also put orders in online at Wingstop.com or through the company's phone app. More informtation can be found on the company's facebook page.
Wingstop has over 580 restaurants throughout the United States and Mexico and was founded in 1994 the company said. The company has its headquarters in Richardson, Texas, and owned by private Atlanta, Ga. based equity firm Roark Capital Group the company said.
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