Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Wingstops unveils its first Charlotte location

There's a new Wingstop open in the University Area, which the company says is the first of several new franchises it plans to add locally.

The store is on North Tryon Street, across from the UNC-Charlotte campus. The Wingstop franchise is operated by Alexandra Acosta and her father Miguel Flores Stringel.

Here's what the company had to say: The duo, which currently owns and operates several agricultural-based businesses throughout Mexico, signed a three-store agreement earlier this year. They have plans to open two additional locations in Matthew, N.C. and Harrisburg, N.C.
“After falling in love with the Wingstop brand and food in Kingsville, Texas, we are excited to introduce a great concept and wings to the Charlotte area,” said Acosta. “With two more locations
on the horizon, this is the beginning of a wonderful and exciting journey.
The Wingstop menu features classic and boneless wings, made fresh to order in 10 intense flavors including Lemon Pepper, Garlic Parmesan and Original Hot. Sides are made fresh daily including hand-cut seasoned fries, made from #1 Idaho potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, potato salad and famous house made ranch and bleu cheese dips.


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