For those in the Berkeley Park neighborhood craving chicken wings, whether its mild, hot, sweet, or savory, a new franchised restaurant will hit the spot.
Wingstop filed a building permit with the city of Atlanta for a location in the Howell Mill Square shopping center at 1715 Howell Mill Rd. NW. The location will replace Elite Cleaners laundromat.
Scope of work will include addition of a kitchen, dining and restrooms, and all associated fixtures and equipment.
Wingstop, an American chain of nostalgic, aviation-themed restaurants, specializes in chicken wings. Locations are typically decorated following a 1930s and 1940s pre-jet aviation theme.
The restaurant chain started out as a small buffalo-style chicken wing restaurant in Garland, Texas, in 1994, according to the Wingstop website. Today there are more than 1,500 restaurants open across the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, UK and the United Arab Emirates.
The company began offering franchises in 1997, according to the website.
“Our proprietary recipes, outstanding food and superior customer service created a demand that could only be satisfied by more locations,” the website reads. “Today we are one of the fastest-growing concepts in the country, attracting top entrepreneurs and operators with the drive and passion to own their own business.”