Just Wingin It in Harlem is open

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife
I stopped by 2190 Frederick Douglass Blvd. tonight (Wednesday), the home of Harlem’s Just Wingin It, to see if they were open after they were profiled on The Discovery Channel’s Construction Intervention last night (April 20)…and THEY ARE! They opened up for business yesterday (April 20).

Tonight when I waked in, they were very busy! While I was waiting for my order, I purchased the curry chicken sandwich…yum, I caught a conversion about how some folks from Queens saw Construction Intervention last night so they decided to drive on over and try the food. When I walked in the folks from Queens were there eating away on their second batch of wings. I also met a principal from a local Harlem school while at Just Wingin It. The principal saw the show last night too and was there to order some food to go! And I met Walter Lewis tonight, the owner and NYC fireman! He was super, super, super nice and working way…in the fireman’s suit!!!

Walter, HarlemCondoLife.com congratulates you on your reopening and wishes you much success with your business.

For the rest of us, let’s get out there and support Just Wingin It; and the rest of our Harlem local gems!

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5 Responses to Just Wingin It in Harlem is open

  1. Pingback: Just Wingin It in Harlem has ‘store for rent’ sign up | HarlemCondoLife

  2. tero says:

    Just noticed a ‘store for rent’ sign on the property today. Too bad – their wings were actually good, they just were just a bit disorganized.

  3. Fabian says:

    I think Walt will get back up again, he is a good guy!

  4. Aries Girl says:

    Does anyone know what happened to Just Wingin’ It?? Its been closed for the last two weeks….I love those guys but did they not invest in a business plan? Hopefully they’re on a looong vacation and plan on reopening soon. Sending postive thoughts….

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