Restaurant chain Stickey’s The Finger Joint is coming to Westchester





Sticky’s The Finger Joint, a restaurant chain specializing in chicken fillets and fingers, is opening its first location in Westchester.

The new restaurant will be based at Mall Walk #2060 in Yonkers’ Cross County Center, taking over space from the former BGR Burger. An opening date has yet to be announced.

Sticky’s has nine locations in New York and four in New Jersey.

Photo courtesy of Sticky’s






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