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Hot Wings in Vegas

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Shelbymae, Jun 18, 2014.

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  1. Shelbymae

    Shelbymae Low-Roller

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    Staying downtown, but dont mind going to the strip, but just wondering if there is a good place to go if we want to have a snack of hotwings....there will be 3-5 of us women 45-55 LOL , and we would like to share..but dont want some puny little order that we each get 3 wings if you know what I mean. (sometimes the booze makes us crave strange things) Im sure we will pay for it the next day!!
     
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    The Pub at the Monte Carlo .............. has fantastic wings and they also do a happy hour with them on special.

    Wash them down with a Pub Pale and sit by the pool.

    -- good times
     
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    Wings at the new Guy Fieri restaurant at the Quad are getting rave reviews....
     
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    Main Street Station 777
    Great bar food including HOT WINGS
     
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    I second this recommendation. Happy Hour at 777 is weekdays from 3-6. A dozen wings for $6.99 during happy hour and $7.99 the rest of the time. They also have boneless wings for $7.99.
     
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    This gets asked every 4 or 5 months, but here goes:
    Toby Keith's inside Harrah's Casino - You get a basket of 8 wings, all 3 pieces still attached with Bleu Cheese or Ranch dressing. The wings are crispy and very delish. Served buffalo style or Tangy BBQ. I go there every trip to Vegas just for their wings. Get a Groupon and make 'em even cheaper!
     
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    I'll second the Pub at Monte Carlo. Nothing fancy, but the wings are what I'd call a textbook example of what a classic buffalo wing should be. Crispy exterior, moist and juicy meat, and a light coating of sauce that has just the right amount of heat.
     
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    Mickie Finnz right by Fremont Street's Slotzilla launch tower has pretty good chicken wings and a fun, casual vibe.

    On The Strip, I like the wings at Rock & Ritas at Circus Circus as well as those served at Margaritaville.

    Bill
     
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    Chicago Brewing Company inside Four Queens has great wings, imo.
     
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    Buffalo wings....MMmmmm.

    Pub at MC.
     
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    Mickie Finnz is a favorite for us, but I dont recall seeing wings on the menu?.....will certainly check it out tho....THANKS!!!
     
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    Are these wings fried or grilled?
     
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    Another vote for Toby Keith's inside Harrah's.
    Easily the best wings on the strip!
     
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    They are fried .............. I prefer grilled but still they are still top notch.

    I can not stress enough ............ wash down with several Pub Pale Ale's by the pool.
     
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    Here's one more vote for the 777. Had wings there a couple weeks ago, as I have on many other occasions. They'll even do half mild (for Ms. Gecko) and half hot, although the sauce tends to "migrate." Always good, as is every meal I've ever had there.
     
  16. Shelbymae

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    Thanks everyone!! great ideas for that late night alcohol induced snack attack
     
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    I love good buffalo wings with a bit of a kick but I also love wings that are truly spicy. Are any of the suggestions on the very spicy side?
     
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    Todd English Pub just in front of Aria. If you go there for happy hour they're $1/wing and they were probably one of the best I've ever had.
     
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