Win free chicken wings for a year at grand opening of Detroit Wing Company

ANN ARBOR, MI — Show up early enough to the launch of a new Ann Arbor restaurant and you could find yourself walking away as the winner of a year’s worth of free chicken wings.

Detroit Wing Company is launching another Ann Abor restaurant on Saturday, Nov. 19, giving away free chicken wings and limited-edition beanies as part of its grand opening celebration.

The first 25 people in line will be entered to win free chicken wings for a year, while the first 100 guests will be given a free DWC beanie hat. The first 300 guests will receive a free six-piece chicken wing and French fries combination.

The new restaurant at 3365 Washtenaw Ave., Suite E is the second Ann Arbor Detroit Wing Company location. The restaurant chain now has 28 locations in Michigan and expects to open more than 20 additional locations by the end of 2023.

“This community has been tremendous to us since opening our first location in Ann Arbor earlier this year, which made it a no-brainer to double down on our commitment to the city and Washtenaw County with another store,” Gus Malliaras, Detroit Wing Company founder, said in a statement announcing the opening. “Ann Arbor’s mix of being both a college and residential town is ideal for our business model as a fast/casual restaurant serving the best chicken wings, sauces and sides anywhere.”

Detroit Wing Company serves wings in six, eight, 12, 24, 48 and 100 pieces. Flavors include lemon pepper, garlic parmesan, honey chipotle, buffalo and butter cheese, among others. The restaurant also serves up plant-based “chicken” tenders, poutine and cornbread muffins.

The location will be open from 11 am to 10 pm Monday through Saturday and noon to 8 pm Sunday. Find Detroit Wing Company online or on social media.

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