Hooters: Hooters is offering all you can eat wings for $15.99 per person at participating locations. Dine-in only. Also, watch champion competitive eater Joey Chestnut eats wings for 12 hours at the Mall of Georgia Hooters, and guess how many he'll take down for your chance to win free wings for a year.
Various locations, hooters.com/ncwd/
Springer Mountain Farms Southern Wing Showdown. Tickets are on sale for the Springer Mountain Farms Southern Wing Showdown on Aug. 25, featuring takes on wings from 30 top chefs from Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Two ticket options – General Admission and VIP First Taster – offer attendees all-you-can-eat wings, side dishes, wine, beer and cocktails, plus live music.
1-5 p.m. Aug. 25. $55-$65. The Fairmont, 1429 Fairmont Ave. NW, Atlanta. southernwingshowdown.com/
Sweet Auburn BBQ. King of Pops and Sweet Auburn BBQ are teaming up this year on National Wing Day for the first King of Wings. Stop by Sweet Auburn BBQ to try King of Pops-inspired wing flavors, including Chocolate Sea Salt BBQ, Peach "South Carolina Style," Mango Chili Lime and Blackberry Ginger BBQ, as well as King of Pops cocktails and the debut of a new, limited edition pop flavor. Plus, Sweet Auburn BBQ will be dishing up spins on some of King of Pop's favorite flavors by adding special glazes, sauces and toppings.
5:30 p.m. July 29. 656 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta. 678-515-3550, sweetauburnbbq.com/
Taco Mac. The local chain, which specializes in wings, is offering half-off on dine-in wings all day.
Various locations, tacomac.com/
Wingstop: Wingstop offers five free wings (boneless or classic) with any wing purchase on National Chicken Wing Day. You can use the promo code 5REEWINGS. For purchases on National Chicken Wings Day, Wingstop will donate $1 per transaction, up to $100,000, back to local communities through Wingstop Charities.
Various locations, wingstop.com/25-days-of-flavor
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