On March 17th 1999, Wild Wing took flight with a humble grassroots beginning in Sunderland, Ontario. Since then Wild Wing has become one of the fastest growing family-friendly sports restaurant franchises. Our growth has been attributed to providing high quality food, strong customer service and a unique atmosphere. Wild Wing is famous for its mouth-watering Canadian raised chicken wings that are served with 101 incredible flavour options. Whether you come with family or friends, your visit at Wild Wing is sure to be memorable.
Wild Wing, founded in the small town of Sunderland, Ontario is a Canadian owned Restaurant. In 2015 the chain was purchased by Clark McKeown who was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. Wild Wing takes pride in being a family friendly sports restaurant chain and is growing fast! Currently Wild Wing has over 100 locations across Canada from British Columbia to Quebec. Our restaurants are independently owned and franchised by local entrepreneurs. While all our restaurant locations share a common menu and great friendly service, we always strongly encourage and work with our Franchisees to help adapt their restaurants to their local cultures and atmospheres. Wild Wing is famous for its variety of offerings, Delicious Chicken Wings and over 100 mouth watering flavours! Unlike many of our competitors, Wild Wing helps supports our local farmers by proudly serving Canadian grown Chicken Wings and is constantly striving to source Canadian products across our entire menu where available.
“I’m very excited to enter the Quebec market. Having grown up in Montreal, I have always wanted to return home, and yes, I do love the Habs! I know the Quebecers love their chicken and I can’t wait for them to try our famous Chicken Wings offered with over 100 delicious flavours which are in addition to our many other menu items which includes burgers, poutines, ribs and chicken sandwiches. We ask for you to please support your local entrepreneurs who own a Wild Wing restaurant and work hard to become part of your local community.”
– Clark McKeown