A wild wing restaurant in Houston’s northwest became an NCAA football cafe last week when a group of college kids found a spot in a parking lot to take a nap, play a few games and get a cup of coffee.
The Wild Wing Cafe, located in a vacant lot next to a vacant parking lot, has been a gathering place for students from the Houston Public Schools to play pickup basketball, football and lacrosse for months.
A few of the students, who are known as the Wild Wing Kids, have since found their way into other businesses, including a popular bar called Wild Wing and a fast-casual chain called Wild Wings.
The students are now working at a second Wild Wing cafe in nearby Denton.
The location of the cafe has yet to be determined, but it has become an unlikely spot for some of the Wild Wings kids to get together and play.
It’s not just because the kids have been able to stay up all night.
“It’s just a lot of people working together,” said the owner of the restaurant, Ryan Rieder.
“We have a lot going on here.”
He says the Wild Birds are also using the cafe as a training facility, a chance to keep them motivated during a busy season.
“The Wild Wings have been working hard for a long time, so it’s a chance for us to stay active and motivated,” Rieders said.
“I think this is a great way to get our kids out there for a few hours.”
The Wild Wings are a college basketball team in the University of Houston.
They are currently ranked No. 11 in the nation.
They have played in the NCAA tournament seven times in four years.
The team is owned by two former NBA players, who met at a Houston high school and started the Wild Bird Sports Club.
They decided to start a cafe after realizing they wanted to give back.
“As a business, I don’t really think about the money,” said Riedger.
“When I think about them being able to get a job, it makes me happy. “
It gives me hope that maybe one day they can have a better life.””
When I think about them being able to get a job, it makes me happy.
It gives me hope that maybe one day they can have a better life.”