Wingstop restaurant coming to Kent Station this spring; mall adds 4 other businesses

Texas-based Wingstop will open a restaurant this spring at Kent Station. - COURTESY PHOTO, Wingstop restaurants
Texas-based Wingstop will open a restaurant this spring at Kent Station.
— image credit: COURTESY PHOTO, Wingstop restaurants

Wingstop, a Texas-based national restaurant chain featuring classic and boneless chicken wings, will open this spring at Kent Station.

The restaurant is one of several new businesses at the shopping mall, according to a Kent Station media release.

Wingstop will open next to Trapper's Sushi. The wing menu includes flavors such as Original Hot, Atomic, Hawaiian, Garlic Parmesan, and Louisiana Rub. The restaurant has Washington locations in Bellevue, Pasco and Richland.

Other new mall businesses:

BECU, a nonprofit credit union, will open a permanent location in late spring or early summer at the mall around the corner from Reds Wine Bar. BECU opened a temporary site in December next to Jamba Juice.

Buds & Blooms, a local family owned and operated florist, opened in February next to Pac Sun. They offer same day delivery and wire services are available nationwide.

WFG National Title Insurance Company also opened in February and is part of the Williston Financial Group of businesses that handles real estate transactions.

Vitreoretinal Associates of Washington, a Proliance care center, will open in late spring next to the BECU permanent site. The board certified and fellowship trained retinal specialists provide state-of-the-art ophthalmic services including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular diseases, epiretinal membranes, macular holes and ocular tumors.

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