Wingstop anticipating 2020 opening for Fort Worth restaurant

(Courtesy Wingstop)
(Courtesy Wingstop)

(Courtesy Wingstop)

Wingstop is slated to open in February at 12400 Timberland Blvd., Fort Worth. The fast-casual restaurant specializes in chicken wings that come with various dipping sauces and sides, including french fries, fresh-baked rolls, corn and other veggies. 877-411-9464. www.wingstop.com


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