Wings Digest

January 21, 2021

Ian Cook, Managing Editor

What a big week for wings! Major wing brand Buffalo Wild Wings has launched what they’re calling their “GO” model. Under this new concept, they’ll be giving  a heavy emphasis to take out and delivery. There’s no shortage of wing restaurants expanding these days either: Wingers and Tender Shack to name a couple.

With Super Bowl LV right around the corner, we can expect to see a lot more activity in this department. Be sure that you can catch all of it here. Now stretch your wings, and enjoy your Wings Digest.

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Buffalo Wild Wings To Open 'Go' Model with Walk-Up Counter in Glendale

GO is a new takeout and delivery-focused model for Buffalo Wild Wings designed to offer the brand’s award-winning chicken wings and 26 signature sauces and seasoning options, plus a few other fan favorites.


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Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop Acquires Wing Zone, Creating $150 Million Company

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop has acquired Wing Zone, the fast-casual sandwich chain based in Las Vegas said Monday.


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Zaxby's Offering General Tso's Boneless Wings Meal for Limited Time

Zaxby's is bringing the sweet and the heat with its newest limited time offer. Zaxby's boneless wings are tossed in General Tso's sauce served with a side of ranch, crinkle fries, Texas toast and a 22 oz. Freestyle beverage.


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Fatburger & Buffalo’s Express Released Vegetarian Chick’n Vings

Now it's easier than ever for vegetarians to enjoy wing night with the family thanks to the release of Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express' new Chick’n Vings.


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Wingers Plans Return to Hometown of Bountiful, Utah

Wingers is set to begin serving its signature “Crazy Good Wings and Fingers” in its hometown of Bountiful, Utah, once again.


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Tender Shack Delivery-Only Chicken Now Available in Alabama

Tender Shack, the delivery-only chicken tender concept from Bloomin’ Brands (the restaurant group that owns Outback, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse) is now available to order in Alabama.


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FAT Brands Launches Online Ordering Across Brands

FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc., parent company of nine restaurant concepts, announces the launch of online ordering with delivery as a service across its brands, including Fatburger, Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express co-branded locations, Buffalo’s Cafe, Hurricane Grill & Wings and Elevation Burger.


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Wing It On! Introduces New Crispy Thigh Wings

Wing It On! fans can now crush those wing cravings with the new mouthwatering, perfectly crispy thigh wings for a limited time. Thigh wings are now available instore, online, on the WIO! mobile app, and soon 3rd party delivery sites DoorDash and UberEasts.


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Taco Bell Joins Chicken War with Mystery Menu

Several fast-food chains have lined up for battle, executing their strategy in a quest to be victors of the 2021 fast-food chicken war.


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Chick N Max Unveils Catering Meals for Football Playoffs

Want to make watching the big game at home a little more special? Chick N Max's catering meals are ideal for gatherings of any size.


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Stephen Starr Launches Chicken Scratch, the Restaurateur's Second Ghost Kitchen concept

The new rotisserie chicken-focused eatery will operate in the same space as Pete's Place, Starr Restaurants' existing Korean-inspired ghost kitchen.


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Canada’s First Dave’s Hot Chicken Opens in Toronto

The wait is now over, and Toronto is ready! The city’s newest spot for delicious, hot chicken has finally opened its first Canadian location on Friday.


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Domino’s Launches Five New Chicken Products

Including three new pizzas – Chicken Supreme, Buffalo Chicken and Chicken Fresco – as well as Boneless Chicken Tenders and Seasoned Chicken Wings, Domino’s new chicken range is definitely worth crossing the road for!


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How This 16-Year-Old Turned Her Homemade Chicken Wing Sauce into a 6 Figure Business

Called Sienna Sauce, the barbecue-style sauce sells at big name stores like Walmart, and in 2019, the business brought in $192,000 in revenue, according to Crayton.


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