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First Wingstop restaurant opens in Escondido

New restaurant makes a Wingstop at T-A

The newest restaurant in town, Wingstop, made a visit at the Times-Advocate office on Tuesday with six different kinds of tasty wings, along with some sides. They ranged from “atomic” to traditional to sweet and sour and Parmesan fla­vored. Tanya Guerrero, general manager of the new Wingstop and her assistant, Andy Saldivar, delivered the wings. The Times-Advocate staff dug in and, after munching on about ten pieces apiece were far too heavy to fly away any time soon. Wingstop is located at 1815 E. Valley Parkway.

The newest restaurant in town, Wingstop, made a visit at the Times-Advocate office on Tuesday with six different kinds of tasty wings, along with some sides. They ranged from “atomic” to traditional to sweet and sour and Parmesan fla­vored. Tanya Guerrero, general manager of the new Wingstop and her assistant, Andy Saldivar, delivered the wings. The Times-Advocate staff dug in and, after munching on about ten pieces apiece were far too heavy to fly away any time soon. Wingstop is located at 1815 E. Valley Parkway.

A new Wingstop has landed in Es­condido. The restaurant, which spe­cializes in chicken wings and has 845 locations worldwide recently opened at 1815 E. Valley Pkwy., operated under the ownership of Golden West Wings, LLC.

This will be the tenth location in the San Diego area, as well as the first Wingstop in Escondido.

“We are thrilled to be expanding so quickly in the state of California and we are very proud to be a part of the Wingstop family,” Paula Pitzen, Di­rector of

 

 

Operations, told the Times- Advocate. “Wingstop is recognized nationwide as having some of the best chicken wings around, hand-sauced and tossed in big bold flavors. It’s a brand that is being readily and enthusi­astically embraced.”

Golden West Wings has maintained several decades of successful restau­rant business ownership and opera­tions in both quick service and full ser­vice restaurants. Pitzen says Golden West Wings is looking forward to expanding the Wingstop brand in the Escondido community.

With a singular focus on wings, fries and

 

 

sides, the Wingstop menu features bone-in and boneless chicken wings, as well as chicken tenders, all sauced and tossed in 11 bold and distinctive flavors including Mango Habañero, Lemon Pepper, Garlic Parmesan and Original Hot. The wings are paired with freshly-prepared sides, which in­clude hand-cut, seasoned fries, crafted from carefully-selected whole Russet potatoes.

The new Wingstop is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight. To place call-ahead orders, call 760-489-9464. For more information on Wingstop and its menu offering, or to order on­line, visit www.wingstop.com and facebook.com/Wingstop.


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