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Saucy, Crispy Chicken Wings Will Soon Arrive on Westheimer

Wings of Houston is just about ready to open its doors in Montrose

A black sign reading Wings of Houston against a tan wall and blue sky
Signage is up at 403 Westheimer
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Wings of Houston, a new restaurant that seeks to “elevate” the humble chicken wing, will soon open its doors in Montrose.

The new restaurant at 403 Westheimer Road is a project of the owners of Houston’s own Jus Mac and the space’s former tenant Padna’s Cajun Eatery, which closed its doors earlier this year. According to a representative for the restaurant, Wings of Houston will reinvent the typically bro-y, sports bar vibe of wing spots with a brighter space and more airy look decked out in bold patterned tile and white oak fixtures from Houston designers Manrick and Hincoln.

Scope out a peek at the space in progress below:

In addition to the chicken wings, which can be tossed in savory dry rubs or a line-up of globally influenced sauces, Wings of Houston will also serve rice bowls and multiple varieties of french fries. At the bar, 20 different beers will be on tap.

Eater has reached out to Wings of Houston for an update on when the restaurant will open. Stay tuned.