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New wing place features exotic flavors

The sweet chili wings are among the menu favorites at the Westchase Town Cente's newest restaurant, Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill. Photo courtesy of Patio 6.

The sweet chili wings are among the menu favorites at the Westchase Town Cente's newest restaurant, Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill. Photo courtesy of Patio 6.

WESTCHASE — Westchase Town Center's newest restaurant, Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill, opened last month, moving into the space formerly occupied by The Great Spiedini.

Located at the west end of Westchase Town Center, the restaurant features a large, outdoor patio area, as well as an indoor dining room.

Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill offers a varied menu, but has a unique offering of craft wings with unusual flavors. Wing flavors include Georgia peach, Crown apple cheesecake, citrus chipotle and hot honey sriracha.

Also on the menu are gourmet hamburgers and sliders made from Pat LaFrieda custom meat blends. Other menu choices include sandwiches, wraps, salads and seafood.

The restaurant is family-friendly and offers a kids' menu.

Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill has nine televisions, and will have the NFL Sunday Ticket for fans during football season.

Beer, wine, and cocktails are served, and there are specials and a happy hour. Live music can be heard on the patio.

Patio 6 Wing Bar & Grill is located at 9648 W Linebaugh Ave. It is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, and 11 a.m. until last call Friday & Saturday.

For more information, call (813) 510-3732, or visit patio6wingbarandgrill.com.

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New wing place features exotic flavors 06/29/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 29, 2016 6:02pm]
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