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Best Buffalo Wings in New England

1/12/2009 12:01:00 AM
The Globe has a new piece up about the best buffalo wings in New England. I love wings. I wouldn't say I'm a connoisseur because I pretty much like all wings - I'm not that picky. But it'll be a nice little adventure to try these places out - or at least the ones close by.

10. Reuben James (Burlington, VT)
9. Archie Moore's Bar and Restaurant (5 locations in CT)
8. Whiskey's Smokehouse (Boston, MA)
7. The Chicken Bone Saloon (Framingham & Boston, MA)
6. Gritty McDuff's (3 Locations in ME)
5. Sunset Grill and Tap (Allston, MA)
4. Phat Wings (Providence, RI)
3. Wendell's Pub (Norton, MA)
2. Delaney's Hole in the Wall (North Conway, NH)
1. Buff's Pub (Newton, MA)

Click (here) to read the Globe piece.

PS. If you want some awesome (non-buffalo) wings, check out the BonChon chicken at Privus (here).



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3 Response to "Best Buffalo Wings in New England"

  1. Dan Dan Said,

    Really? Whiskey's?

    I've been there a whole bunch for drinks and gotten dinner there a couple times, but it doesn't strike me as a really good wings type place (it's more of a different kind of meat market). I suppose I'll have to try it and be proven wrong...

    Now Sunset, on the other hand--they're wings are great. But even they're nowhere near Wing-It's wings. Or Buffalo Wild Wings (although I don't know if there are any locations in New England).

    It seems strange that many of these places don't specialize in wings. But, as they say, recommendations are like assholes...

    Posted on 1/12/09, 8:27 AM

     
  2. Rhea Said,

    I love wings and I didn't see this story, so thanks for running this.

    Posted on 1/12/09, 9:38 AM

     
  3. Anonymous Said,

    You might want to check out Defcon Sauces. It's not your standard cookie-cutter commodity wing sauce.

    Posted on 1/25/09, 12:59 PM

     
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