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Best Chicken Wings in Las Vegas?

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Hi all,

I will be travelling to Las Vegas in August and was looking for a good spot, not too far from the strip, that has good chicken wings.

My travelling companion is a self-proclaimed, "Chicken Wing King" so we're looking to find a good wing place in Las Vegas.. it must have:
- decent-sized wings (the larger the better)
- decent prices (the lower the better)
- not too far from the strip
- and of course, good tasting wings!

Any help is much appreciated, thank you.

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  1. Do they have to be Buffalo style? #11 at Lotus of Siam is my idea of heaven: http://www.saipinchutima.com/one_page... Not at all authentic Thai -- just delicious.

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    1. re: Dave Feldman

      Unfortunately, yes... I think he would prefer Buffalo style wings. Thank you for the recommendation though, #11 sounds delicious!

    2. hello:

      You are looking for WingStop, with 5 locations
      in the Vegas area.

      go to

      http://www.wingstop.com

      for info, but they were goooooooood.

      seal

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        1. You want to go to Wing & Grill Cafe at the corner of Pecos & Wigwam. It's only about 10 min from strip and they are the best damn wings you will ever have!! This place just opened in December and they are awesome. I went for the wings but also fell in love with their shaved steak subs...all awesome! Wings are big, prices are great, and there are tons of sauces from buffalo mild to suicide (crazy!). My favorite sauce is the sweet & spicy teriQ ...awesome! All the other places around town are franchises and they are all mediocre in my opinion. go to www.wingandgrillcafe.com and check out the menu for yourself. Don't try the suicide sauce it is stupid-hot!

          1. Occasionally, it's helpful to do a quick search of the topic before asking a blind question. The topic of chicken wings in Las Vegas was recently discussed in this thread:

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            Perhaps some of the posts there might be helpful.