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Pluckers Second Chicken Wing Slinging Houston Outpost Debuts in October

A third location is headed to Webster

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Austin-based chicken wing-touting chain Pluckers Wing Bar is set to debut its second Houston restaurant this month. As the Houston Business Journal reports, the sports bar known for its wings and shamelessly unhealthy Bypass burger will launch its second outpost in Memorial City on October 17.

The company plans to host a pre-opening event beginning at 4 p.m. on October 13, with 300 free dinners, trivia, and a raffle. Winners of the trivia contest and raffle will receive free Pluckers for a year.

The chain, which debuted its first Houston location in 2013, is further expanding into the area. A third restaurant is on the way, slated for the Webster area. Per a press release, co-owner Dave Paul adds that the company is actively “searching for additional locations throughout Houston.”

Pluckers Wing Bar Sets Opening Date for Second Houston Location, Plans Third [Houston Biz Journal]

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