Hot wing recommendations ?

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    anonymous123
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    I need recommendations for good hot wings in West Seattle. I haven’t had good wings in years and I’m craving them badly.

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    jwws
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    #781126

    squareeyes
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    I second the Feedback recommendation. They’re really good!

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    velo_nut
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    Third Feedbacks wings… They are an art!

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    The Rocksport used to have the best..(:

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    maude
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    Rocksport did have the best wings! OMG. But Feedbacks wings are good, too. I like the ancho wings at Matador. The wings at the Bridge are icky.

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    sam-c
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    any places that you can enjoy wings without getting a babysitter? usually we find ourselves at Fresh Bistro, la rustica, etc, when we have a babysitter.

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    j
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    I love Feedback’s too, but I can totally relate to finding a place where you can bring a kid. I’ve seen wings at Terrible Beauty, but have never tried them (they did look good).

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    singularname
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    I’m going to grab this opportunity to state/ask about something that has bugged me for at least a decade! Why when you order or purchase “wings” is there usually a combination of both “wings AND drumettes”? Am I just turning OC in my eldering age? And I guess it just bugs me because I find “drumettes” immensely easier and more satisfying to eat than “wings.” … And now I think I’ve just talked myself completely off of chicken altogether.

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    CeeBee
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    High Strike Grill at the bowling alley! Excellent wings (drumettes only I think). Those plus one of their special of the day salads makes a great meal. And no problem with kids there, either.

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    bigjack
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    “good wings” is a very subjective thing…

    If you are looking for classic Buffalo style wings, the best place (IMNSHO) is the High Strike Grill.

    2nd best is Elliot Bay Brewery (Note: EBB used to

    have the best buffalo style wings many years ago. Then they went in a different direction. I tried them again recently and they are back to close to a Buffalo style.)

    Both are kid friendly. EBB is *too* kid friendly for me, but..

    Feedback wings are also good, but not really Buffalo Style.

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    wsmama3
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    I’ll throw out there – they are really easy and so freaking good at home. Cookie sheet covered with foil. Dry good chicken (Thriftway has wings that have a lot of meat on them). Salt and pepper and throw them in a hot oven (like 400 degrees) Turn them to brown all sides. Melt butter and Franks Hot Sauce (you can have a little or a lot) and toss them once they are out in the sauce. Eat with blue cheese or ranch. I love wings – and have found making them at home to be (a high calorie) HOT awesome way to get my fix in.

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    wsmama3
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    I’ll throw out there – they are really easy and so freaking good at home. Cookie sheet covered with foil. Dry good chicken (Thriftway has wings that have a lot of meat on them). Salt and pepper and throw them in a hot oven (like 400 degrees) Turn them to brown all sides. Melt butter and Franks Hot Sauce (you can have a little or a lot) and toss them once they are out in the sauce. Eat with blue cheese or ranch. I love wings – and have found making them at home to be (a high calorie) HOT awesome way to get my fix in.

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    nighthawk
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    Luna Park Cafe has wings they are pretty good. I’m not sure if Elliot Bay has them.

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    WS Woody
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    A Terrible Beauty. $ 5.00 on Happy Hour

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