Wingers Restaurants aims to keep patrons’ “taste buds tingling” by combining “extraordinary handcrafted food, craft beer, and fun.” The chain, which currently operates in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and Oregon, is opening the Texas market with a College Station location according to Franchise Times. Former energy execs James and Amy Dwyer are opening the new franchise. An exact location has not been announced yet.
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