Long Island’s first stand-alone Atomic Wings opens in Miller Place


The bomb has finally dropped in Miller Place.

Atomic Wings opened its very first stand-alone Long Island location today, inside Aliano Shopping Center on busy Route 25A.

Promising to have “the best wings in town,” the new dine-in and take-out restaurant is determined to give the popular Buffalo Wild Wings — located just a half-mile up the road — a run for the money.

“Stop by today and enjoy our mouth-watering flavors,” the restaurant says in a social media post today.

The new eatery is offering a free five-piece boneless wings dish to all customers who download the Atomic Wings app.

Below is a peek inside the restaurant, located at 691 Route 25A, which was formerly occupied by Dos MexiCuban Cantina.

The Atomic Wings chain opened its first restaurant in 1989, in New York City. It now operates more than 20 spots in five states, including a Westhampton location that shares a space with Boom Burger. New York City has 12 Atomic Wings locations.

Atomic Wings’ mainly features Buffalo wings, boneless wings and chicken tenders. Customers can choose to spice things up with a wide range of 15 flavors, including Hot Buffalo, Jerk BBQ, Thai Chili, Mango Habanero, Nuclear and, of course, Atomic.

Top photo: Opening day, May 28, at Atomic Wings in Miller Place (Credit: Andrea Araneda).

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