Thursday, December 04, 2008

Wingstop to Open Two Locations in Boston

Wingstop, a popular national chicken wing chain, may be opening two restaurants in the Boston area.

According to the USA Today Franchise Ownership Center, the company has signed franchise agreements with former Dallas Cowboy and New York Giant lineman Ron Stone to develop two Wingstop locations in Boston. USA Today also mentions that the chain looks to open up to 75 locations in the Northeast within the next five years.

Wingstop, which started in 1994, features nine flavors of wings, from "mild" to "atomic." They also feature boneless strips with the same flavor options.

To read more about the opening of two Wingstop restaurants in the Boston area, please go to the link below:

Wingstop Announces Major Expansion for Northeastern U.S.

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Blogger John Mc said...

Are they any good? I love WIng-it, but they don't deliver outside of their local Allston/campus area...

11:44 AM  
Blogger bambooA said...

YES wingstop is the best in the game. i just moved from texas to boston and i am really missing my wingstop. when will it open here.
JohnMc you will love it there are so many differt flaover to chose from trust ME you will enjoy the wing fries and dips. BOSTON BRACE YOUR SELF WINGSTOP IS THE SPOT

7:04 PM  

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