Eat the Wackiest Wings For Super Bowl Sunday
Feb 3rd 2011 5:00PM / by Nanette Wiser
Whether you throw a Super Bowl bash at home or park it at a local bar, chicken wings are the Switzerland of appetizers. Everyone loves drums and flats, but prepare to wrestle over how to cook them: naked or not, sauced and tossed? As for sauce, it's not just Buffalo-spicy, mild to inferno, anymore -- San Diego's wings sport wild-child flavors like teriyaki, garlic Parmesan, Hawaiian savory, hickory-smoked BBQ, lemon pepper, Cajun and more. Hooters notwithstanding, here where you can find some of our favorite cluckers.
Dirty Birds: Juicy, tender wings crisped perfectly on the outside, the yummiest of which include dirty ranch, buffalo, maple chipotle, Hawaiian, taco, lemon pepper
and devilishly hot habanero. Wings are served with a side of chunky blue cheese dressing upon request. The Pacific Beach wing spot has a small beer list, too. You may want to ride your bike or
get 'em to go -- parking is tough.
Wings N Things: Buckets of Buffalo-style wings, celery, carrots, breadsticks and dip make this the
easiest way to celebrate football Sunday.
Photo Courtesy of WingStop
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