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May 14, 2007 11:34 AM

Good Wings in Nassau?

I hate the wings at Hooters. I've had good wings at Runyon's, but prefer them without a breading on them. I liked the wings I had at Corbin and Reynold's last summer. Where can I find meaty hot Buffalo wings in Nassau that don't have a thick breading on them?

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  1. The wings at the St. James in Mineola are pretty good. No breading. Some days they are meatier than others. but their sauce is good and their blue cheese is excellent.

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    1. re: magfitz

      Wing Zone in the East Meadow Bowl shopping ctr does it right. Take out only and they deliver.

    2. Try
      Wings Over Farmingdale
      221 Main St, Farmingdale

      Went there once and it seemed good; light breading is standard, but I believe you can request unbreaded (the menu says "lightly breaded unless otherwise requested" but I don't know if "otherwise" can mean totally unbreaded).

      Eat in, take out, and delivery.

      Menu here:

      Interestingly, you can order online, for pickup or delivery, but I don't see how you can specify breading.

      1. Croxley's has great wings- there's one in Rockville Centre and one in Franklin Square. Great beer selection also.

        1. I'm not a fan of Wing Zone - something just seems off about the place. I had Wings over Farmindale for lunch. Probably won't return. The wings were good size and well cooked, but the sauce was nothing special and the blue cheese dressing had no flavor or chunks of blue cheese. It also took like 25 minutes to get my order and the place only had one other customer. I forgot to mention - a bar in East Meadow - S.T. Carrol's has awesome wings, but the place is usually empty or filled with old guys.

          1. J Paul's Terrace Cafe on Merrick Rd Oceanside has good wings.