Wingstop Looks to Be Headed to Sunset and Durango

The chicken wing craze continues in Sin City
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Las Vegas’s southwest area is continuing its headlong development as another fast-casual concept appears to be headed to the intersection between South Durango Drive and West Sunset Road. Business license paperwork submitted recently to Clark County indicates a new Wingstop is set to open at 6435 S Durango Drive.

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The paperwork was filed by Milton Restaurant Group LLC, behind which is Far West Services, LLC, one of Wingstop’s largest franchisees, operating more than 100 locations in Nevada and other Western states.

Wingstop’s menu opens with the Chicken Sandwich, available as a combo with fries or veggie sticks and a beverage. Like the brand’s wings and tenders, the chicken sandwich comes with a choice of sauce/dry drub. These include the Hot Honey Rub and Louisiana Rub, along with sauces like Spicy Korean Q, Atomic, and Hawaiian.

Sides include Cajun Fried Corn and fries in a number of varieties, like Louisiana Voodoo, Cheese, and Buffalo Ranch.

What Now reached out Far West president and chief operating officer Jorge Ortiz on Wednesday to inquire about a Sunset-Durango Wingstop. Ortiz was not immediately available for comment.

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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