Fricker’s, a Dayton-based wing joint, officially opens its West Chester location today.
It is located at 7844 Kingland Drive off Tylersville Road.
Fricker’s menu features 13 different types of sauces for its chicken wings, chicken chunks and shrimp. The restaurant also features appetizers, salads, ribs, steak, burgers, sandwiches, pizza, quesadillas and wraps, as well as a kids’ menu and desserts.
The West Chester location is the chain’s 20th in Ohio. In Greater Cincinnati, it also has a location in North College Hill and Middletown.
Fricker’s offers the following weekly dine-in promotions at each of its restaurants – Monday, 40-cent boneless wings; Tuesday, 40-cent wings; Wednesday, $5 sirloin steak; and Thursday $5 chicken chunks.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. Monday through Sunday, according to its website.
The WG Kitchen and Bar at Bridgewater Falls Lifestyle Shopping Center in Fairfield Township opened for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Monday.
Owner Craig Decker said he’s hoping its beer, wine and liquor permit will be approved Monday, in which case, there will be wine by dinner. Otherwise, he’s hopeful that it will be flowing by Tuesday.
The 6,300-square-foot restaurant, wine bar and wine shop has a similar look and feel to The Wine Guy Bistro at Rookwood Pavilion, with hand-built wine racks and tables to give it a rustic touch. It also offers the same American bistro menu, with dishes such as sesame-crusted tuna, chicken marsala and Cajun scallops.
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A Dayton-based wing joint is poised to open a new location in West Chester off Tylersville Road in mid-January, Fricker’s director of human resources and franchising Paul Curtis told WestChesterBuzz.com this week.
The new Fricker’s will be located at 7844 Kingland Drive.
Below is a description of the restaurant written by The Cincinnati Enquirer Polly Campbell:
Originally opened by Ray Frick in 1986 in West Carrollton, there are now 20 Fricker’s – one is in Michigan, the rest in Ohio. They use the words fun, food, sports and spirits to describe themselves, and their specialty is chicken wings. Every location has lots of TVs, and 22 oz draft beers for $2.42. But they’re also family friendly, with an eating area separate from the bar. Kids 10 and under eat free every day.