Pluckers Wing Bar to open Oak Hill location in 2017

Boneless wings and waffle fries are among the items on the menu at Pluckers Wing Bar.

Boneless wings and waffle fries are among the items on the menu at Pluckers Wing Bar.

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Southwest Austin is getting a new Pluckers Wing Bar location.

The Austin-based sports bar and wing restaurant said Friday that it will open a seventh Austin-area location on Hwy. 71 in late 2017.

Fried Oreos Fried Oreos are among the menu items at Pluckers Wing Bar, which is opening its seventh location in Austin in 2017.[/caption]

The menu at the new location in the Oak Hill area will include wings as well as dishes such as Holy Macaroni and the Bypass Burger, according to a news release. Other menu items include burgers, nachos, sandwiches, salads, fried pickles and fried Oreos.

The new location will be at 7101 Hwy. 71, Ste. E19 in Austin within the Oak Hill Plaza anchored by Auto Zone and a Jim’s Restaurant location. Local firm BBD Commercial announced plans in March to redevelop the shopping center and bring in new tenants to the 36,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

More information about the restaurant is available at www.pluckers.com.
By Kelli Weldon
Kelli joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter and has been covering Southwest Austin news since July 2012. She was promoted to editor of the Southwest Austin edition in April 2015. In addition to covering local businesses, neighborhood development, events, transportation and education, she is also the beat reporter covering the Travis County Commissioners Court.


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