House of Wings
> Location: Miami, FL
Opened in 2003 by Musaddiq Muhammad (dubbed the “King of Poultry”), House of Wings offers an astonishing array of more than 60 flavors of chicken wings. These run the gamut from Lemon Pepper Garlic to Jamaican Wine to Curry Honey Mustard to Habanero Mango BBQ to one intriguingly dubbed Barack Obama, and they’re available plain, breaded, or grilled.
J. Timothy’s Taverne
> Location: Plainville, CT
J. Timothy’s, in a building that’s been operating as a tavern since 1789, was purchased in 1979, spruced up, and renamed by new owners Tim (John Timothy) Adams and Jim Welch. It’s a historic landmark on its own, but the wings definitely make it worth a visit. Their signature wing sauce – so good that it’s bottled for sale – is best enjoyed on their signature “Dirt Wings,” which are fried, sauced, then tossed back in the deep fryer before being sauced again.
R&R Extreme Wings
> Location: Indianapolis, IN
R&R has three Indianapolis locations, serving wings that are super-saucy, doused in a choice of 18 homemade sauces ranging from spicy garlic to Cajun chili to one inspired by Panda Express’ orange chicken. Make sure to order them with fries, as those’ll also get a splash of sauce.
> Location: Covington, GA
This no-frills wing joint is a favorite among locals for its breaded wings served alongside heaps of crinkle-cut fries. Sauces include Lemon Pepper, Asian Zing, Hot, and Nuclear (the latter two being truly spicy), and the menu is rounded out by Philly cheesesteaks, tenders, and fried shrimp and fish.
That Wing Place
> Location: Anchorage, AK
For Anchorage locals, That Wing Place is indeed that wing place – the best game in town for those looking for crispy, super-saucy chicken wings. Wings are available in multiples of 10 or by the pound, and the selection of nearly two dozen sauces and seasonings include six Buffalo heat levels (maxing out at “Grim Reaper”), BBQ Bacon Ranch, LA Street Sauce, Korean Pepper, and Salt & Vinegar.
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