Native New Yorker is a full-service casual dining chain known for its buffalo wings, which guests can order by the individual wing and each with its own sauce. Operating under the motto “More than just great wings,” the chain also serves salads, pizzas, calzones and appetizers. Established by Judy and Floyd Anderson in 1979, the concept began franchising in 1993 and now has 27 locations in Arizona and Colorado, with a Texas unit opening this year.
|2012 Systemwide Sales ($000)||$34,500,000*|
|YOY Sales Change||15.0%|
|2012 U.S. Units||26|
|2012 Average Unit Volume ($000)||$1,500,000*|
|Future 50 Year||2013|