Chicken Fire owner opens restaurant near Orlando

ORLANDO, Florida. – The owner of the wildly popular Chicken Fire has opened a new chicken wing concept in Edgewood, near Orlando’s SoDo neighborhood.

This Wing Spot opened Friday, April 22 at 4777 S. Orange Ave. right next to Buttercrust Pizza and near Gatlin Hall Brewing.


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The restaurant is currently in pre-opening and only operates Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., according to its Facebook page.

“At TWS, wings aren’t just wings, they’re an experience,” reads the company’s Facebook page. “That’s why all of our foods, from every sauce/rub to wings, are made from scratch, without the use of steroids or hormones. We create a complete taste experience for you in every bite.

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The business is run by Kwame Boakye, the owner of Chicken Fire, which serves “stirring hot chicken”.

Chicken Fire owner Kwame Boakye chats with Florida Foodie ahead of the opening of his traditional restaurant.

Chicken Fire started as a food cart in October 2019 and later opened as a physical location in Orlando’s Coytown neighborhood in December 2020.

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