Wings On The Go

Eryn McWhorter, Reporter

Lemon Pepper wings.
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Lemon Pepper wings.

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Seasoned fries.
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Seasoned fries.
Hot Wings
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Hot Wings
Tori eating her Wingstop
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Tori eating her Wingstop

 

You can get some of the best wings at Wingstop. Whether you like bone-in or boneless, wings will always be wings and nothing is better than wings.

The closet Wingstop to Chavez is off of West and March ln. It’s a few stores down from China Palace. Wingstop has a variety of flavors for the wings and multiple sides to order from.

You can order by pieces of four, six, eight, or ten. They also have family packs of 25 or 50. The wings aren’t huge but they aren’t super small. They are the perfect size to be eaten with your hands and that’s the only way wings should be eaten. The best flavors in my opinion are the lemon pepper and the original hot wings. The lemon pepper are perfect for Wingstop first-timers; it’s not spicy but it has a great taste.

My favorite wings would have to be lemon pepper just because i’ve always liked them.”

— Victoria Forrester

Seasoned fries are the most common side for the wings. Wingstop fries aren’t like most other fries. They don’t have a saltey taste at all but more of a sweet taste to them. Despite the taste, these fries are amazing as long as you don’t eat them cold.

The service might not be as fast as McDonalds or Taco Bell but the wait is worth it. The workers are friendly. They greet you when you walk in and walk out. If you decide to eat in, don’t worry about having to use your phone to keep up with sports; they have tv’s constantly playing your favorite network.

I would recommend Wingstop to anyone and everyone. Their food is great; no doubt about it. Plus, there is nothing better than wings and sports. Whether you like hot wings or barbeque wings, Wingstop has a flavor for you.

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