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Bonchon Chicken Closes in Las Vegas

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“The best chicken wings in the country” are no more

Bonchon Chicken
Bonchon Chicken
Amelinda B Lee

Those long lines for Bonchon Chicken quickly evaporated. The restaurant in the southwest region of Las Vegas shuttered over the wing despite serving what CNN called “the best chicken wings in the country." Apparently Las Vegas wasn’t "Addicted yet?"

Customers could order Korean-style crunchy, crispy fried chicken served as wings, strips, drums or a combination.

The 2,338-square-foot restaurant that opened last August in the Rainbow Sunset Pavilion Center just north of the 215 on the west side of Rainbow Boulevard featured a 1,140-square-foot, covered outdoor patio space.

The Bonchon Chicken franchise was created in 2002 in Pusan, South Korean.

Those hankering chicken can head to the new Rotisserie Chicken, which opened in May in the former home of Soulfish Poke in the same strip mall. The new concept is serving a compact menu build around chicken prepared with a "secret adobo recipe."

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Rotisserie Chicken

6375 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 101S, Las Vegas, NV 89118

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