What’s one food pairing that’s synonymous with the Super Bowl? We’re thinking wings. Now the possibilities are endless- boneless, spicy, sticky, barbecued, fried, glaze… the hardest choice becomes which option to pick. Wings are easy to eat, but often a hassle to cook, so leave it to the pros in town. Here are our picks for wing orders to nibble on for take-out or dine-in.
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Take out: Order their Super Bowl catering option, a sampling of Southern favorites that feed 10 people for $95. The package includes fried chicken with white and dark meat, 50 buffalo wings with blue cheese and celery, mac n’ cheese, gluten-free jalapeño cornbread and a quart each of hummus and pimento cheese. Place your order at email@example.com before 9 p.m. on Saturday, January 31 and pick up at the location of your choice on Sunday, February 1 by 2:30 p.m.
Take Out: Take your pick: how many wings can you score? 50,100 or 250? All wings are seasoned and smoked with your choice of plain, buffalo (medium heat), Hotlanta (hot), burnin’ Sherman (hotter), habanero-mustard, sweet barbecue, tangy barbecue and lemon pepper. Make your order sooner rather than later.
Take Out: The guys at Fox Bros are busting out the smoker and the Hickory burning wood for their famous smoked wings. Choose 50 or 100 wings and pair them with a catering package such as pulled pork with wings and another side. The restaurant will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to pick up your orders.
Dine In: Wings are half-priced all day, and pair wonderfully with the $15 pitchers of Sweetwater or $2 shorties. The convivial atmosphere features televisions on all four walls of the tavern.
Take out: The full menu is available for grab and go or catering options.
Take Out: Roswell is not to be forgotten. Table & Main’s annual Super Bowl feast includes 50 chicken wings with your choice of barbecue, mild hot, hot hot, or Southern fried; celery with creamy blue cheese dressing; and 10 homemade chocolate chip cookies. Hurry! The orders can be placed until the end of today, Wednesday January 28. Pick up is February 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Take Out: Pre-order your wings and pick them up before 4 p.m. on Sunday, and you’ll receive 10 percent off your order.
Dine In: Eat to your heart’s content. All you can eat wings are $14.99 after 6 p.m. Big screen televisions line the walls of the bar. For an atmosphere complete with roaring fans and touchdown shots, this is a casual spot to check out
Take Out: Are you a pulled pork or smoked wing lover? Just as the Super Bowl puts football teams head-to-head, Smokebelly is serving up both in their to-go packages with two pounds of pulled pork and 25 smoked wings, although this is all in friendly competition. Each package comes with three-quart sides, 12 signature sandwich rolls and two pints of barbecue sauce for $99 for seven to eight people.
Take Out: Their family packages please crowds of 10 people, such as the slider pack, the rib pack, smoked chicken pack or the wing pack. For $75, the wing pack comes with 50 wings, two quarts of vinegar slaw and Sea Island red pea baked beans. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance.
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