djatc
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February 5th, 2016 at 4:52:31 AM permalink
Whats the best restaurant for wings in las vegas? I need some suggestions ASAP
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February 5th, 2016 at 6:20:00 AM permalink
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Whats the best restaurant for wings in las vegas? I need some suggestions ASAP

He's feeling flighty, he needs some wings. Pls, somebody make a suggestion. Pls, somebody else get this jhit on video..
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ukaserex
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February 5th, 2016 at 6:30:02 AM permalink
Opinions will vary - but how could you go wrong with Hooters? They have made a tidy fortune selling the part of chicken that years ago, nobody wanted.

Available breaded or not, with varying degrees of heat, or even just plain with salt & pepper.

Alternatively, you might find Tony Roma's wings - they're made slightly different, with a slightly different sauce. They bake them first to the point where they're not quite done, then bread and fry them to finish them off - the meat comes off the bone so much more easily than simply frying them.

Just my opinion. I'm sure there are plenty of Wing restaurants that will have numerous types of sauces, but I'm a fellow who sticks to basics.
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February 5th, 2016 at 6:38:49 AM permalink
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Opinions will vary - but how could you go wrong with Hooters? They have made a tidy fortune selling the part of chicken that years ago, nobody wanted...


Is it just me, or do most people go there for the breasts and thighs? :-)
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February 5th, 2016 at 6:41:59 AM permalink
I'd stick with the basics, Hooters it is, are, were, forever shall remain, basic.
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February 5th, 2016 at 6:57:41 AM permalink
I had room service at the mirage once, were the best wings I have ever had. I like hooters, I think they are generally the best you get, but the mirage ones were a class above. Not sure if they are produced by a restaurant within the mirage or not
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February 5th, 2016 at 7:05:50 AM permalink
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I had room service at the mirage once, <snip> the best <snip>I have ever had. I like hooters, I think they are < snip> the best <snip> but the mirage ones were a class above. Not sure if they are produced <snip> within the mirage or not

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What did it cost?

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February 5th, 2016 at 8:33:45 AM permalink
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Whats the best restaurant for wings in las vegas? I need some suggestions ASAP



My favorite wings in Vegas are at a little dive bar on Pecos and Tropicana. It is called Putter's. I always order them hot and "charred" where after frying them and saucing them they throw them on the grill and give them a little char. I particularly like them that way because you still get the flavor of the sauce but they are not messy because the sauce cooks off a little on the grill.

If you don't remember to order them "charred" you will just end up with regular wings.
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Boz
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February 5th, 2016 at 12:19:09 PM permalink
Peppermill hands down for me in Vegas. Classic buffalo wings.
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February 5th, 2016 at 2:15:10 PM permalink
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My favorite wings in Vegas are at a little dive bar on Pecos and Tropicana. It is called Putter's. I always order them hot and "charred" where after frying them and saucing them they throw them on the grill and give them a little char. I particularly like them that way because you still get the flavor of the sauce but they are not messy because the sauce cooks off a little on the grill.

If you don't remember to order them "charred" you will just end up with regular wings.



Most places call these "Daytona Beach".

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