Hurricane Grill & Wings, an island-inspired full-service restaurant franchise, continues its home state expansion in the state of Florida with a new location in Bradenton. The family-friendly restaurant invites local residents to come in and Live with Flavor where they can try a variety of sizzling wings and fresh, crisp salads.
Hurricane Grill & Wings is known for its more than 35 signature flavors of award-winning, never frozen, fresh jumbo wings. Flavors range from traditional buffalo sauces to an array of unique options that include Maple Pepper, Ancho ChileLime, and Raspberry, and can range in heat intensity from Calm Seas to Evacuation Route. Additionally, guests can customize their own burgers using the new Build-A-Burger menu feature, including a variety of savory toppings and delicious flavors. The location will also offer entrees such as seafood, salads, and sandwiches which can be paired with sides like Garlic N’ Parm Fries, Fresh Cilantro,Tomatoes, and Jumbo Onion Rings.
Hurricane Grill & Wings has rebranded the space that was formerly Lee Roy Selmon’s and features large screen televisions for sports viewing, an indoor dining room that seats up to 195, including 19 at the bar, as well as an outdoor patio that seats up to 34 people. Hurricane Grill & Wings has also retained a large majority of Lee Roy Selmon’s staff during the transition.
To commemorate its new location, Hurricane Grill & Wings will reward the first 100 customers in line on June 1 with free wings for an entire year. Additionally, the restaurant will offer a 2-for-1 Happy Hour daily featuring domestic drafts, well drinks, and house wines taking place from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. to close.
“The city of Bradenton is surrounded by coastal waterways, as well as a vibrant culture of arts and sports,” says Martin O’Dowd, president of Hurricane Grill & Wings. “We are certain that Bradenton locals and visitors alike will enjoy spending time at Hurricane Grill & Wings with our fun, fresh, flavorful food and relaxing, laid-back atmosphere.”
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