Take flight with this roundup
of restaurants in The Market Common that toss up some of the best wings in
town. Whether you like them rubbed down or sauced up, drummet or flat, spicy or
naked, these five finger-lickin’-good wing spots will feed your need for
Brass Tap, 3090 Deville St.
The perfect grub to pair with
the Brass Tap’s impressive 150-plus craft beers from around the globe and a
game on one of their screens is an order of one of their delish wings (10 or 20
count) in any of these sauces or rubs: Hotcha Sriracha, Buffalo, Boom Boom,
Korean BBQ, Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ, Sweet Heat BBQ, Secret Weapon, Peri Peri,
Nashville Hot Dry Rub or Blackening Dry Rub.
This popular spot next door
to the movie theatre is known for its bold Southeast Asian dishes and sushi,
but a little secret weapon you may not think CO would have on their menu is
wings. And you’ll want to take a bite out of their amazing Malaysian Chili Wings
on the Happy Hour Bites menu for only $5 Monday through Friday, 4-7 p.m. The
perfect preview before a movie next door.
There’s a lot of fun to
digest here at this cool entertainment venue, but it doesn’t just end at
billiards, bowling, games, music and more – it’s also the ultimate grub hub,
which includes some showpiece wings. The perfect teammate to any game are 810’s
wings in your choice of eight sauces – naked, mild, medium, hot, chili,
teriyaki, barbecue and garlic parmesan – in quantities of 6, 12 or 18.
They may take Mexican food to
the max, but this corner cantina also travels north of the border into Buffalo,
with wings doused in your choice of buffalo, barbecue, sweet Thai or mango
habanero sauces served with a side of avocado ranch.
Gordon Biersch, they brew their own beer and they put their own spin on wings,
serving either traditional Bone-in or boneless options tossed in your choice of
their homemade Marzen barbecue sauce, buffalo or Cajun dry rub.
This cool corner
sports pub is the place to hang out and watch the big game, plus power through
an order of eight meaty wings. Choose from either their sauces – buffalo,
buffalo ranch, barbecue, honey barbecue, chipotle barbecue, teriyaki, garlic
butter, or garlic Parmesan – or their dry rubs: Old Bay, lemon pepper or jerk.