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Cluckin’ good

Wings
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Wings

Whether you like traditional or boneless, hand-tossed or breaded, you can find any type of chicken wings in Bryan-College Station. As National Chicken Wing day approaches on July 29, here are a few places to stop by and celebrate.
1. Baked or Fried: Offering an array of chicken wing flavors from plain traditional wings to Cajun ranch and PB&J sauces, this is the spot for anything you’re craving. Baked or Fried is located on Northgate and serves wings, salads and spuds.
2. Buffalo Wild Wings: Known for its sports bar environment and hand-spun wings in their signature sauce, B-Dubs offers over 21 different flavors on a scale from sweet to their “Blazin” hot sauce. The wings range in both size and traditional versus boneless.
3. Blake’s Steaks: Don’t let their name confuse you! Blake’s Steaks not only serves steaks, but also “Lil’ Wings.” These traditional and boneless wings come in five different flavors including mild, hot, garlic pepper, good bull BBQ and fear sauce.
4. Wings ‘N More: As a favorite wing restaurant in College Station, Wings ‘N More offers their famous buffalo wings along with other boneless bites, traditional and boneless wings. Sauces include mild, super caliente, extra hot and many more. Wings ‘N More also sells soups and salads, sandwiches and desserts.
5. Wingstop: Known for their delicious flavors such as lemon pepper and garlic parmesan, Wingstop has served flavorful wings for over 20 years. Wingstop also serves their very own uniquely flavorful french fries.
6. Zaxby’s: Zaxby’s serves both boneless and traditional chicken wings, which it describes as “absolutely cravable.” Their flavors include their original ‘Zax sauce,’ barbeque, original, wimpy and many more.

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