Atomic Wings will re-open its 1st avenue store New York City restaurant Friday. Much like their crispy organic wings, the East Village store has been redesigned to be bolder and better than the original. The new haven for cravers of meaty wings in over 12 original sauces is located at 184 1st Ave. in New York City. Customers will receive a free order of fries with any wing order and can enter to win a brand-new mountain bike.

Founder Adam Lippin opened the first Atomic Wings in 1989 after perfecting the process, recipe, and art behind the perfect chicken wing. Since then, Atomic Wings has seen great success in the Northeast region of the U.S. and is now franchising throughout the country and internationally.

Atomic Wings is proud to serve truly organic wings, certified by the USDA, at all locations. The menu includes traditional buffalo wings as well as boneless wings with twelve delicious sauces to choose from. Sauces range from lemon pepper to nuclear flavors with customer favorites like the chipotle BBQ. Regional menu items are also added on occasion such as the Buffalo Spring Rolls and the Thai Chicken Salad.

Owners Ray and Zak Omar are looking forward to re-opening the 1st Ave. store and to continue expanding. “We’re excited to be bringing authentic wings back to our home town of NYC,” says Zak. “Our wings are not only great, but they’re good for you as well.”

Fransmart serves as Atomic Wing’s exclusive franchise development partner and is the franchise development company behind explosive growth of brands like Five Guys Burgers and Fires and Qdoba Mexican Grill.

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