Choose from Three Options
- $8 for $15 worth of wings and American food
- $15 for two Groupons, each good for $15 worth of wings and American food ($30 value)
- $21 for three Groupons, each good for $15 worth of wings and American food ($45 value)
- See the menu.
The year was 1991, and University of Florida students Matt Friedman and Adam Scott recognized that their campus had a problem. The boys and their fellow students had only two viable late-night food options: ordering pizza or foraging for edible leaves around campus. Seeking to diversify the menu available to sleepless Gators, the duo set to work in their fraternity house's kitchen, where they perfected their chicken wings and made the first of their now many wing sauces. Their wings were an immediate hit, and two storefronts in Gainesville quickly followed.
Today, Wing Zones have popped up in 24 additional states from coast to coast, and in countries including Columbia, Puerto Rico, Saudi Arabia, and Abu Dhabi. At each outpost, the cooks douse chicken wings—as well as tenders, sandwiches, and even burgers—in one of 17 sauces, which range from the mild Tame buffalo sauce to the fiery Nuclear Habanero. Focusing less on the sheer heat-factor, they also slather wings in flavors including Liquid Gold—a honey mustard concoction—cinnamon maple, and garlic parmesan.