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"I first saw Atomic Wings on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. I love wings, and the bit they were in caught my eye, so my wife and I flew to New York City to talk to Zak and the rest of the Atomic Wings team. After we tried the product, we were impressed. We knew right away that Atomic Wings is superior to other wing brands and that we have premium wings over competitors. From there, we looked at the model, talked to other franchisees and were sold. Because the brand is emerging, we were also able to sign on as area developers, so we knew we found the right fit in our efforts to expand our portfolio."

Michael Harmon

Area Developer and Franchisee


"Throughout the entire development process, Zak has been super hands-on and has supported us 100 percent. Even though he had just had an operation and was on crutches, Zak still made sure to show up to our soft opening. If I ever had any questions, Zak was only a phone call away. Then, when the pandemic started, we were nervous about how things were going to play out, but sales actually shot up 30% based on the fact that wings work so well through delivery. Plus, less competition, third-party delivery partnerships and great food allowed us to fare tremendously well. "

Philip Monde

Atomic Wings First Franchisee in Bellerose, New York


"We know good chicken, and we know good-quality wings. When you try Atomic Wings, it isn’t a type of chicken that holds back. It is a full chicken wing with tons of sauces, and you can get great sides, like waffle fries. The quality of food and cost of this opportunity just made it a no-brainer."

Fred Whit

Franchisee in Washington, D.C.


“It’s been great to work with a system that’s already established, and it’s incredible to be able to lean on that support. That, and the wings! There’s really no good place around here that you can get good wings that aren’t breaded, and Atomic Wings fills that need. Atomic Wings has high-quality, good wings hands down.”

Fahad Samad

Multi-unit Franchisee in New York

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Ready to take the leap and open a franchise? Drop us a line and we’ll talk shop.

The minimum cash you will need (without the bank) is $75,000.

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Due Diligence

We will provide you with our FDD, our team will answer all of your questions and walk you through the on-boarding process every step of the way.



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When you’re ready to spread your wings, all that’s left to do is sign your agreement and get started!


WHy this franchise?


Why now?


Since 1989

Operating for more than 30 years
Highest unit growth sales in 2020
Brand built to foster franchisee happiness
Multi-unit Opportunities
Expand your franchises even further
Nationally Recognized
Top-tier markets available
High Performance During Covid-19
A solid business investment—even in trying times

How much does it cost?

Franchisee fee (for 1 Unit)
Franchisee fee (for a minimum of 3 units)
$60,000 to $75,000
Minimum liquid capital requirements
5% of gross sales
Total initial investment (for 1 unit)
$155,900 to $338,500
Total initial investment (for a minimum of 3 units)
$197,900 to $381,000

How much can I make?



For 2020 *gross sales for our top performing location
*Gross sales are calculated as total revenue from the sale of goods minus sales tax
These historical financial performance representations do not reflect the cost of sales, operating expenses, or other costs or expenses, royalty fees or advertising fees that must be deducted from the gross revenue or gross sales figures to obtain your net income or profit. You should conduct an independent investigation of the costs and expenses you will incur in operating an Atomic Wings restaurant. Franchisees or former franchisees, listed in the Franchise Disclosure Document, may be one source of this information. Written substantiation for the financial performance representation will be made available to the prospective franchisee upon reasonable request.

Meet our leadership



Zak Omar has been a lifelong entrepreneur. He first learned about being a business owner from his father, an Afghani refugee who arrived in New York city in the 1980s. His father introduced a new food option: a mobile fried chicken truck that he would park right outside of 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza. When his father got sick, Omar and his brother, Ray, decided to pursue their own entrepreneurial goals by becoming multi-unit franchisees with Dunkin’. In 2013, Omar fell ill himself and was diagnosed with leukemia. He used this diagnosis as inspiration to expand his portfolio, ultimately investing in Atomic Wings and taking over as CEO in 2016.


Together with his brother Ray, Atomic Wings CEO Zak Omar is a veteran franchisee. The brothers co-own and operate multiple Dunkin’ franchise locations and have been lifelong entrepreneurs — they first learned how to run a business from their father, an Afghani refugee who ran a mobile fried chicken truck right outside of 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza. Now, Omar is committed to growing Atomic Wings through a franchisee-first mentality. After learning what works — and doesn’t — in a franchise business model, Atomic Wings is centered on franchisee happiness and success.


When it comes to our menu, we don’t cut corners. We use only the best, all-natural, antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken, which we NEVER freeze. Try our 100% white meat, made to order wings paired with any of our signature sauces and rubs. Or, mix it up with our sandwiches, wraps and salads all packed with some serious flavor. With fresh, high-quality ingredients, you can feel good about every bite you take.


With more than 10 brick and mortar restaurants currently open for business in New York and Maryland and development agreements signed in Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, S. Dakota, N. Dakota, Iowa, Arkansas, and Tennessee, with other markets having Area Rep opportunities. Atomic Wings is able to offer franchisees access to top-tier development markets across the country. As an emerging franchisor poised to disrupt the wing and restaurant segments, the brand already has a strong presence and has been featured on national television, including The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CNN Money, CBS News and more. Demand for the Atomic Wings concept is also booming across the U.S. According to a study from OnePoll in 2017, Americans will eat nearly 18,000 wings in their lifetime.


With 12 brick and mortar restaurants currently open for business in 5 states and agreements signed for growth in another 10 states, Atomic Wings is able to offer franchisees access to top tier development markets. As an emerging franchisor poised to disrupt the wing and restaurant segments. Atomic Wings already has a strong presence and has been featured on national television, including the Tonight Show with Jimmy Falonm, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CNN Money, CBS news and more. According to one poll in 2017, Americans will eat nearly 18,000 wings in their lifetime.



Want to get in on the wing action? With a growing number of locations, Atomic Wings is taking the world by storm. See where you could stake your claim.

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