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Biz Buzz: Another Wingstop location planned in Lincoln; another sandwich shop closes
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Biz Buzz: Another Wingstop location planned in Lincoln; another sandwich shop closes

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Which Wich

Which Wich appears to have closed its location at Sixth and P streets.

Restaurants and bars in Nebraska are finding new ways to reach their customers amid social distancing. 

Wingstop apparently likes what it sees in the Lincoln restaurant market.

The Texas-based restaurant chain now has plans for three Lincoln locations.

The latest, which is confirmed both through a building permit and the building's owner, is for a spot at 50th and O streets.

Wingstop already has filed building permits for locations at 27th and Superior streets, in a former Payless ShoeSource location, and at 27th Street and Pine Lake Road, in a space that used to host a Zoup! restaurant. It's not known when any of the locations will open.

While Wingstop continues its local expansion plans, the coronavirus pandemic continues to lead to restaurants closing their doors.

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The latest is Which Wich, a sandwich shop at 601 P St., which appears to have closed its doors for good sometime in the past couple of weeks.

A sign up on the door says the location is permanently closed and directs customers to its two locations in the Omaha area. The shop had been open for a little over four years.

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Reach the writer at 402-473-2647 or molberding@journalstar.com.

On Twitter @LincolnBizBuzz.

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Matt Olberding is a Lincoln native and University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate who has been covering business for the Journal Star since 2005.

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