Wingstop has stepped up its UK operations by announcing plans to open its second London store in the Dalston area of the city next month.
The Texas-headquartered chain opened its first UK store in Soho last year and it has proved a huge hit with customers in central London.
It has attracted a slew of high profile customers, including Liam Gallagher, Jorja Smith, KSI and Michael Dapaah, while the business has also formed partnerships with several brands.
The new store will open at the premises previously occupied by creperie La Petite Bretagne in late September, with an official opening date yet to be announced.
It will seat around 80 customers and will serve all the chain’s classic wings, including Lemon and Pepper, Spicy Korean, Brazilian Citrus Pepper, Mango Habanero and Garlic Parmesan.
Further menu innovations are also set to be announced in the coming weeks, while the chain has also announced that it hopes to open a further UK store before the end of the year.
Wingstop was originally founded in Texas in 1994, and has over 1200 locations across the world.
It previously announced that it plans to open 100 UK locations within a twelve year period