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Sun Current: Minnesota’s First Atomic Wings Opens in Edina

Atomic Wings, the New York-based fast-casual chicken wing restaurant franchise, is entering Minnesota for the first time.

By Erica InmanStaff Writer
SPONSOREDUpdated 12:12PM 04/08/24

Atomic Wings, the New York-based chicken wing restaurant franchise, has staked its claim in Minnesota with a location in Edina that opened on March 7. Ron Harris, an area developer for the brand, is leading the Minnesota expansion, with plans to open a total of 10 locations across the state. 

“With this new opening, Atomic Wings is taking a big leap forward, and I couldn’t be prouder of our team and Ron,” Atomic Wings CEO Zaki Omar says in a Sun Current article announcing the news.

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Atomic Wings was created in 1989 with a mission to share authentic New York-style Buffalo wings with the world. Now, with dozens of restaurants open in the U.S., Atomic Wings is setting its sights on nationwide growth. In addition to its existing locations in New York and Maryland, Atomic Wings is targeting New Jersey, Arizona, Ohio and Canada. The brand is led by owners and brothers Zack and Ray Omar and offers customers fresh, never frozen, natural and hormone-free chicken wings hand-tossed in 14 proprietary sauces, a classic menu, a welcoming dining experience and a commitment to quality. For more information about Atomic Wings, please visit

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