Wild Wing Cafe Announces New Location in Barrington
Wild Wing Cafe, the destination for “hot wings, cold beer and good times,” announced a new restaurant location in Barrington, New Jersey, located at 270 White Horse Pike. With a scheduled opening of June 2, the restaurant will be under management of managing partners Craig and Janette Colby and operating partner John DeLucia.
“Our goal is to be a catalyst of the local scene by supporting breweries to live music, as well as providing delicious, fresh food,” says DeLucia. “We’re also committed to the Barrington community, and plan to be integrally involved by sponsoring youth-centered and sports organizations.”
The new space, approximately 7,000 square feet, will employ 125 people and feature more than 40 projection and flat-screen TVs, a 34-seat bar, an enclosed patio, as well as eight garage doors to provide an open-air feel in the bar area. The extensive menu will offer Wild Wing Cafe’s traditional offerings as well as fan favorites, including fresh, hormone-free chicken wings, hand-breaded nuggets, 100 percent Angus burgers and awesome salads, as well as their 33 made-from-scratch sauces to suit all palates.
To enhance the dining experience, live music will be played on Friday and Saturday nights welcoming various rock genres, and the bar will boast more than 30 taps including many local brews from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New York.
“The Barrington, New Jersey team connects on all cylinders with Wild Wing Cafe’s mission,” said Tom Lewison, Chief Executive Officer at Wild Wing Cafe. “We’re excited to open our first store in New Jersey and can’t wait for the Barrington community to be able to enjoy everything the Wing has to offer.”
To celebrate, a Grand Opening will take place on opening day, June 2 at 5 p.m. Guests will enjoy free samplings, entertainment, and giveaways. On tap to play are the bands The Stellar Mojo Duo who will open with an acoustic set, followed by The Impulsives, who will play after 7 p.m. until midnight. A DJ will play music until 1:30 a.m. for a late night celebration. "New Jersey is Springsteen's stomping grounds. Bruce, if you're listening, our stage is always open to you," added DeLucia.