Wingstop, the cooked-to-order chicken chain, reported its 2011 second quarter same-store sales increased 6% over the same quarter in 2010, and are up 4.2% for the first half of 2011.

"This has been one of the strongest quarters of the past few years, and we got there without raising prices or compromising on quality," said Jim Flynn, Wingstop CEO. "One advantage is that wing prices have remained consistent and we've been able to hold our costs in line and bring our guests a great product at a great value."


In addition to strong restaurant sales, Wingstop signed development agreements in 2011 to open 75 new stores around the United States.