Mon-Thu, 11:30am-10:30pm; Fri, 11:30am-11:30pm; Sat, noon-11:30pm; Sun, noon-10pm
Nearby Subway Stops
2, 3 at Grand Army Plaza; B, Q at Seventh Ave.
- Reservations Not Required
- No Alcohol
Garfield Pl. to Atlantic Ave., Washington Ave. to Fourth Ave.
With flavor that goes from pathetically mild to truly torturous, Wing Wagon has been offering finger-staining, Buffalo-style chicken wings at its fluorescent-scorched, cramped five-table storefront since the early nineties. Portions contain as many as a hundred wings; sides range from French fries and cheese sticks to the usual companions: celery, carrots, and blue cheese. And while other places serve about a three-to-one ratio of wings to drumsticks, WW serves the two in equal numbers. Chicken fingers are plump; onion rings are slightly better than their fast-food cousins; the Philly cheese steak is decent too. But let's face it: The wings are the raison d’être. Call ahead if you want to place a megaorder and give thanks for the complimentary handiwipes.Recommended Dishes
Wings, wings, wings, $9.75 for 10
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