This past Friday night I received the following tweet from SBK Live, host of the #1 night time talk show in Orlando, Florida…
I talked wings on his show a few weeks ago, so I decided to call into the station and find out what kind of wings they ordered. After our chat, I fired up the laptop and investigated new wing joints in my area. This is when I came across a chicken wing franchise called Wingstop. Their website claims they are “The Wing Experts” and their national spokesperson is Hall of Fame quarterback, Troy Aikman.
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Four days after taking advantage of McCann’s $15 wings and pitcher of beer special, I found myself walking into their door for round two. Unfortunately, the special wasn’t in effect, so I dialed up one order of buffalo wings at full price, $7.50. This time around, they were cooked more thoroughly and lacked in the sauce department. On the plus side, they were extra meaty, crispy, and crunchy. I’ll let the picture above do the rest of the talking.
2011 Wing Count: 662
Rating: 3 Tums
McCann’s is an Irish pub and grill in Astoria, Queens. I had been told by several people that they made a mean chicken wing, so I decided to give ’em a taste. The picture above is of the front entrance to McCann’s. The bar doesn’t look very big on the outside, but it is surprisingly spacious and modern on the inside with pool tables.
I walked in and posted up at a table, where I was greeted by the waitress. She informed me of that night’s special, which just happened to be one order of wings and pitcher of beer for $15. That sounded good to me. The only choice I had to make was which sauce: buffalo, BBQ, teriyaki, or honey BBQ? Decisions, decisions. I kept it old school and went with buffalo.
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