November 28, 2016// FSR Magazine
Native Grill & Wings, an award winning Arizona-based restaurant chain known for its 20-plus wing flavors that guests can order by the individual wing, is now offering delivery services at 13 of its locations.
Native’s new delivery services work through a third-party system, Olo’s Dispatch, to offer convenience hyper-locally. The following locations will now be offering delivery services: Avondale, Dobson, Germann, Gilbert/60, Glendale, Greenfield, I-17 and Dunlap, Mesa Drive, Power and 202, Signal Butte, Tempe, Ray Road, and Ahwatukee Foothills. Consumers can order for delivery through the Native Grill & Wings App or through the website.
“We wanted to implement a delivery system that provides convenient services for our guests, along with continuing to adapt in this dynamic, fast-paced restaurant industry,” says Native Grill & Wings CEO Dan Chaon. “We are also thrilled to partner with local and national delivery service providers, and to hopefully one day offer these services at every Native Grill & Wings location nationwide.”
Dispatch creates a network of Delivery Service Providers, such as Postmates and UberRUSH, to combat demanding consumerism in the restaurant industry. With Native’s partnership with Dispatch, more areas will qualify for delivery that may not have been possible before.
Native Grill & Wings (or, “Native,” as the regulars called it) focuses on food and being family-friendly unlike competitors such as Hooters, Twin Peaks and Buffalo Wild Wings. The polished sports grill proudly offers 20 wing flavors—from Strawberry Hot to Ancho Chile Lime, Asian Garlic to Honey Chipotle—which guests can order by the individual wing, as well as an extensive menu of burgers, sandwiches, salads and more. Most of the sauces and rubs can be used to customize other menu items.
The restaurants are divided into a bar and restaurant, with approximately 30 to 40 flat screen TVs throughout, offering sports coverage for families and serious fans, and a customer base spanning all generations—baby boomers, Generation Xers and Millennials.