VOTING CLOSED: Who has the best wings in metro Atlanta?

Facts about chicken wings

Dry or wet? Hot or mild? Buffalo or lemon pepper? You know you have a favorite

The chicken wing used to be relegated to making soup stock or being tossed in the trash.

Then Teressa Bellissimo fried some up, tossed them in her secret sauce, and served them with blue cheese and celery.

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That was 1964. In the 56 years since, the humble wing has become a crowd favorite at parties, potlucks, on Wednesdays and just about any other time you can think of.

You also can get more than just Buffalo sauce these days. Your wings can be dry or wet, hot or mild, barbecue or lemon pepper.

When you’re craving those flats and drums, where do you go? This week’s Best of Atlanta poll asks: Who has the best wings in metro Atlanta?

Here are the choices:

If your favorite wings spot isn't on here, you can submit a write-in nominee by emailing your pick to nancy.clanton@ajc.com.

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