DaBomb’s Explosive Tastes and Entertainment Ignite Sports Bar Franchise
LITHONIA, Ga., April 16, 2021 ̶ Metro Atlanta is bursting with new franchise opportunities for entrepreneurs interested in venturing into the lively sports bar industry. Prospects to franchise with the DaBomb Sports Grill, in Lithonia, Georgia, are sizzling hot for any business-savvy person bold enough to take on its name, concept and award-winning wing legacy.
DaBomb’s Sports Bar Franchise portfolio is as broad as its food menu, which includes over 30 flavors of wings. From its offerings of traditional bar-type fare to Southern-style soul food, DaBomb has made a culinary name for itself. “Awesome,” “the best in town,” “infamous,” “filling,” and “full of flavor” are how some of its customers describe its wings. However, its biggest accolade of “Best Wings in Atlanta,” awarded at the 2007 Wing Fest, sums up the restaurant’s food flair. Not just your average sports bar, DaBomb competes with the best of them in an area where wings are a food staple and sports are a mainstay. DaBomb has been in business since 2002 in eastern Dekalb County, home of the annual Wing & Rock Fest (touted the “third-largest chicken wing festival in the country”). The sports bar is located at 2912 Evans Mill Road in Lithonia, which is about 19 miles east of Atlanta (the seat of the Atlanta Braves MLB franchise; the NBA’s Hawks; the NFL’s Falcons; the WNBA’s Dream; and the MLS’s Atlanta United FC).
“We founded DaBomb Sports Grill based on our passionate love of sports and to provide the most tantalizing and delicious hot wings that our customers have ever tasted,” states owner Gary DaCosta.
He’s definitely accomplished that, but DaBomb’s attraction is not solely about its food or its ability to coax sports fanatics to its college football meetups on Saturdays or its NFL™ Day and Night Parties on Sundays. Sports Bar Franchise is blowing up the sports bar scene also with its unrivaled entertainment. This bustling restaurant by day turns into a thumping dance club at twilight, and up until 3:30 a.m. on the weekend and 4 a.m. during the week. DaCosta, as alter ego “D.J. Caesah,” keeps the beats coming and the parties popping all night long as he personally spins records at the establishment.
The savory food, entertainment and social scene have propelled DaBomb to the top of the sports bar game, but now it is time to spread its wings to other areas of Georgia and the U.S.