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Gainesville

923 West University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601

352-377-2473

Monday: 11 AM - Midnight
Tuesday: 11 AM - Midnight
Wednesday: 11 AM - Midnight
Thursday: 11 AM - Midnight
Friday: 11 AM - 2 AM
Saturday: 11 AM - 2 AM
Sunday: Noon - 11 PM

About Us

Wing Zone has been serving amazing & authentic flavor since 1991. Fraternity brothers & co-founders Matt Friedman and Adam Scott saw a need for an alternative to pizza delivery on the campus of the University of Florida. To fill this void, Matt and Adam took over their fraternity house kitchen to perfect their special sauces and techniques, and developed the Wing Zone concept.

Today, Wing Zone has over 100 locations in the U.S. and 100 international locations. Our authentic flavors are the product of years of research development and award winning acclaim. We pride ourselves on delivering quality food to our loyal customers, which we affectionately call our “Flavorholics”. Go ahead and take a look at our full-flavored menu – Wings, Chicken Tenders, Chicken Sandwiches, Burgers, Salads, Shrimp and more. All fuzed with flavor.

 

The Feed

Wing Zone (Gainesville, FL) added an event.

Wednesday, December 6th, Wing Zone will be giving away 5 free boneless wings to guest, and bringing attention to the Ben Abercrombie Fund #StandUpForBen. Wing Zone will also donate $1 for every 5 free boneless wings we give away on Dec 6th to the Ben Abercrombie Fund.

Ben Abercrombie was a standout athlete and student at Hoover High School. He was recruited to play football at Harvard University and received an academic scholarship. Tragically, Abercrombie was paralyzed from the neck down during a play in his very first collegiate game as a safety with the team on Saturday, September 16. After being rushed to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, the medical team performed successful surgery to repair his damaged vertebrae. However, the injury still left Ben without the use of his arms or legs.

To help support the Abercrombie family you can donate to the Ben Abercrombie Fund by going to the link here: www.gofundme.com/stand-up-for-ben

The Free Boneless Wing Day promotion will take place at all U.S. domestic Wing Zone locations! No purchase necessary, and limit one 5 free boneless wings per customer.
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On Wednesday, December 6th, Wing Zone will be giving away 5 free boneless wings to guest, and bringing attention to the Ben Abercrombie Fund #StandUpForBen. Wing Zone will also donate $1 for every 5 free boneless wings we give away on Dec 6th. The Free Boneless Wing Day promotion will take place at all domestic Wing Zone locations! No purchase necessary, and limit one 5 free boneless wings per customer.

Ben Abercrombie was a standout athlete and student at Hoover High School. He was recruited to play football at Harvard University and received an academic scholarship. Tragically, Abercrombie was paralyzed from the neck down during a play in his very first collegiate game as a safety with the team on Saturday, September 16. After being rushed to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, the medical team performed successful surgery to repair his damaged vertebrae. However, the injury still left Ben without the use of his arms or legs.

To help support the Abercrombie family you can donate to the Ben Abercrombie Fund by going to the link here: www.gofundme.com/stand-up-for-ben
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On Wednesday, December 6th, Wing Zone will be giving away 5 free boneless wings to guest, and bringing attention to the Ben Abercrombie Fund #StandUpForBen. Wing Zone will also donate $1 for every 5 free boneless wings we give away on Dec 6th. The Free Boneless Wing Day promotion will take place at all domestic Wing Zone locations! No purchase necessary, and limit one 5 free boneless wings per customer.

Ben Abercrombie was a standout athlete and student at Hoover High School. He was recruited to play football at Harvard University and received an academic scholarship. Tragically, Abercrombie was paralyzed from the neck down during a play in his very first collegiate game as a safety with the team on Saturday, September 16. After being rushed to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, the medical team performed successful surgery to repair his damaged vertebrae. However, the injury still left Ben without the use of his arms or legs.

To help support the Abercrombie family you can donate to the Ben Abercrombie Fund by going to the link here: https://www.gofundme.com/stand-up-for-ben