Wingstop restaurants gave me a $25 gift card to give away on my blog. All you have to do is leave a comment at the end of this post: What kind of sauce do you like best on your wings?
Wingstop’s focus is cooked-to-order chicken wings and tenders. It only has two locations in Utah (West Jordan and its newest, Tayorsville (5650 S. Redwood Road). But there are over 900 locations worldwide, including Mexico, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and United Arab Emirates.
It’s a fast-casual concept, where you order at the counter and then wait for your meal to come out to your table. The decor is a simplified aviation theme.
You can order chicken bone-in wings, boneless wings, or tenders; and the flavor of sauce that you wanted them tossed in: Mango Habanero, Lemon Pepper, Garlic Parmesan, Atomic, Cajun, Mango Habanero, Louisiana Rub, Mild, Hickory Smoked BBQ, Spicy Korean (limited time only), Hawaiian, Teriyaki and Original Hot. Sides include seasoned fries, cole slaw, beans, and veggie sticks.
The company was been ranked #3 on the “Top 100 Fast Casual Chains” by Restaurant Business in 2016.
Again, I’m giving away a $25 gift card to Wingstop. Just leave a comment telling us what sauce flavor you’d like to toss your wings in. Are you partial to super-hot sauce, or something mild? Teriyaki? Korean?
I’ll be drawing out a winning name on Thursday and post it on this page, so the winner can email me their snail mail address. I’ll put the card in the mail.