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Native Grill & Wings Opens First Massachusetts Location

April 26, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Native Grill & Wings, an award-winning Arizona restaurant chain known for offering over 20 wing flavors that guests can order by the individual wing, has just opened its first Massachusetts location.

The new restaurant is located at 111 Sutton Avenue in Oxford and will be holding Grand Opening events on April 29 and 30. Company plans call for a four to six location expansion throughout the Boston Metro Area over the next three years.

“We are extremely excited to be the first location to enter the greater Boston market as the Native brand continues to expand nationally,” said Native Grill & Wings Franchise Owner Andy Colby. “We pride ourselves on using only quality ingredients, which sets us apart from your typical ‘sports grill,’ and our primary goal will always be to provide a welcoming environment for the whole family.”

Native Grill & Wings (or, “Native,” as the regulars call it) focuses on high-quality food and being a family-friendly environment, unlike competitors such as Hooters, Twin Peaks and Buffalo Wild Wings. The polished sports grill proudly offers over 20 wing flavors – from Strawberry Hot to Ancho Chile Lime, Asian Garlic to Honey Chipotle – that guests can order by the individual wing, as well as an extensive menu of pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, salads and more. Most of the sauces and rubs can be used to customize other menu items.

“Native is thrilled to welcome Andy to the team, and I am confident that he will make our first foray into the East Coast successful,” says CEO Dan Chaon. “We’re incredibly pleased with the acclaim we’ve received in Arizona over the past few years, and are excited to see the same following and recognition in Massachusetts.”

The restaurants are divided into a bar and restaurant, with approximately 30—40 flat screen TVs throughout, offering sports coverage for families and serious fans, and a customer base spanning all generations—baby boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials.

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