An aviation-themed chicken wings chain is landing in Butler County.
Wingstop plans to open at 1029 High St. in Hamilton at the end of April. The nostalgic restaurants feature a menu of classic and boneless wings with 11 flavors including Original Hot, Cajun, Atomic, Mild, Lemon Pepper, Hawaiian, Garlic Parmesan, Hickory Smoked BBQ, Louisiana Rub, Spicy Korean Q, and Mango Habanero. Wings are cooked to order, hand-sauced and tossed.
French fry options at Wingstop include Seasoned Fries, Cheese Fries, Buffalo Ranch Fries, Louisiana Voodoo Fries. Other sides include Cajun Fried Corn, Fresh Baker Rolls, Hott Cheddar Cheese Sauce and three dips — Homemade Ranch, Bleu Cheese and Honey Mustard.
The new location continues to hire. Open interviews for all positions will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday until the store opens. Applications also will be accepted via Snagajob.com or Facebook. Applicants must be 17 to apply.
Wingstop was founded in 1994 in Garland, Texas, and started offering franchises in 1998. It operates and franchises more than 1,200 restaurants across the United States and nine other countries around the world. Four of those restaurants are in the Cincinnati area and one is in Dayton.
The new High Street location is owned by Maurice Vilaboy, of Hamilton, and business partner John Wacker, both of whom own the Cincinnati locations.
Dunkin’ recently opened its newest restaurant at 7504 Dixie Highway in Fairfield.
Gilligan Co., the Dunkin’ franchisee for the new restaurant, operates 30 Dunkin’ restaurants in Greater Cincinnati and Dayton markets.
“Dunkin’ is one of the world’s leading brands, and has become a favorite in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton markets for keeping busy, on-the-go people energized with delicious coffee, food and other beverages any time of day,” said Rob Beil, director of operations for Dunkin’ Division of Gilligan Co. “We are proud to serve the people who live and work here in Fairfield, and look forward to becoming a popular destination for guests.”
The new restaurant, which offers free Wi-Fi, is open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. It employs approximately 15 crewmembers.
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