Fast Casual Chicken Restaurant Wing and Go to Open on Paradise Road

The restaurant is working toward an October opening
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The shops at Harmon Square will soon be home to Wing and Go, a new fast casual chicken restaurant.

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The restaurant will serve a broad menu of favorites like wings, seasoned popcorn shrimp, and crispy chicken sliders, along with salads and chop fries. The menu also includes sides, signature veggies, fresh-baked jalapeno cheddar biscuits, eighteen sauces, and the “Quake,” Wing and Go’s signature milkshake.

“Wing and Go was developed for today’s consumer,” franchise owner Brian Padilla told What Now Las Vegas in an email conversation on Wednesday. “That person is looking for convenience, ease of ordering, multiple delivery options, value, great service, a nice experience, and most of all high-quality food.”

Padilla also spoke about the restaurant’s emphasis on food that delivers well in the current restaurant climate, which centers more and more around delivery.

“In the fast casual chicken space, the food isn’t always that good unless you are eating at the restaurant or in your car,” said Padilla. “With the restaurant space ever changing to more delivery and pick-up-and-take-home options, there needs to be both a more complete player and a better solution to the not-so-good-food problem. We definitely believe we have accomplished this.”

The restaurant will also offer catering, its signature lunch box program, and a loyalty program.

The location at 4501 Paradise Road features self-service ordering kiosks and designated parking and entrances for pick-up orders. It will occupy an endcap adjacent to 7-Eleven, near Teriyaki Madness, Subway, Dunkin, and Tropical Smoothie Café, across the street from Virgin Resort and Casino.

“Our number one goal is to really connect our food and branding with the City of Las Vegas and surrounding areas,” Padilla said. “Our plan is to be an integral part of this great local community! 

Wing and Go is working toward an October opening.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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