Unless you're vegetarian or have no soul, you probably enjoy a nice basket of wings. It doesn't matter the occasion, you always find an excuse to order a nice dozen just to take the edge off. Heck, you're still debating whether or not you should have wings at your wedding, but you'll cross that bridge when you get there.
The thought of a wedding may be far away, but a very special day is approaching. On this day, chicken wings reign king, no matter the flavor. I'm talking about Memorial Day, where BBQ foods are at the center of every soirée.
If you aren't keen on making your own chicken wings at home, check out the five spots below and pick up a few dozen.
5. Jack's Pizza and Wings - Atlanta, Georgia
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Jack's in Atlanta serves up the tastiest wings around including their world famous lemon pepper, and a very unique strawberry sriracha wings.
4. Cha Cha Chicken - Santa Monica, California
Cha Cha Chicken is a hidden Caribbean gem in Santa Monica, California. The wings in this place are the best in the city and how can they get better? Well, they are reasonably priced and range from mild to suicide.
3. Bonchon Chicken - New York City, New York
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This Korean wing spot has franchises worldwide and offers customers delicious glazes including garlic sauce and spicy hot.
2. Anchor Bar - Buffalo, New York
Claiming to be the original inventors of the buffalo wing,Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York offers traditional celery and bleu cheese with every order. The sauces range from mild to suicidal, and there are boneless wings for those who aren't into the whole boned in thing.
1. Jake Melnick's Corner Tap - Chicago, Illinois
Named the hottest wings in America by The Today Show and Bravo, Jake Melnick's XXX wings are made with habanero, ghost, and scorpion peppers so try them at your own risk!