"We love the Wingstop product, and the concept of just serving wings and fries," Kurji said. "It's a fresh, simple idea and the demographics and density of DC and Baltimore are a perfect fit. Plus, DC is a transient city so there's a built-in audience of California and Texas fans who live here and already know the concept and love the food. We're excited to open our first stores later this year."
With a sole focus on cooked-to-order chicken wings, the Wingstop menu features traditional and boneless wings sauced and tossed in nine proprietary flavors. Wingstop operates more than 475 restaurants open throughout the US and Mexico.