Tampa's Wing Boys opens in the Citrus Park Mall this weekend

The local chicken spot has over 100 sauces to choose from.

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A new chicken wing spot is heading to Northwest Tampa, and its 100+ sauces might intimidate the indecisive customer.

Wing Boys opens this weekend, Saturday, Dec. 16, at Tampa's Citrus Park Mall located at 8021 Citrus Park Town.

A press release from the company states that Wing Boys' owners, Javier and Angelica Torres, decided to open a new location to expand their massive sauce list to foods other than wings.

"We wanted to bring something new to the food hall and the Citrus Park area, where people shop, dine, & entertain," Javier says in a press release. "We are slated to open 10 locations throughout the Tampa Bay region over the next five years."

The 100 sauces that the local chicken chain offers are separated into several categories: garlic, buffalo, lemon pepper, ranch, Cajun, teriyaki, honey, bourbon, blue cheese and jerk. From there, Wing Boys customers can choose their variation of sauces—like lemon pepper honey garlic or teriyaki honey barbecue— to smother their wings, ribs, shrimp or tacos with.

Don’t let its chicken wing-oriented name fool you, the local restaurant also offers a variety of sandwiches, nachos and seafood dishes— in addition to newly-added vegetarian options like salads and wraps as well.

According to its social media, Tampa's first Wing Boys location near Busch Gardens closed last month, in preparation for its Citrus Park Mall debut. Online ordering via third party services like Grubhub, Uber Eats and DoorDash will be available after Wing Boys' grand opening this weekend.

For more information on Citrus Park Mall’s newest restaurant, head to its Facebook page or Instagram at @wingboys100flavors.
Location Details

Wing Boys

8021 Citrus Park Town, Tampa Tampa

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Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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