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WINGS. hot, medium, bbq. Where?

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Just wanted to open up some conversation about wings in DC. I am a sucker for great wings and great wing specials. My local favorites include Kelly's Irish Pub, My Brothers Place and Mr. Henrys. I'm always looking for more. Suggestions?

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  1. My absolute favorite wings are at Asylum in Adams Morgan.

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    1. re: jpschust

      Great one! With their $.25 beer night. Nothing better.

    2. I am not a wing connosiuer, but Hard Times Cafe wasn't bad when I went, but I have only been there once. Also for delivery if you are in NOVA rhodeside grill has Dr.Delivery and they always arrive hot, I don't like their pepper sauce only the buffalo/bbq.

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      1. re: ktmoomau

        Hard Times' wings are decent, but I much prefer Urban BBQ's version.

        www.roguefood.com

        1. re: Pool Boy

          I am gonna have to make it up to this Urban BBQ place.

          1. re: ktmoomau

            Here's another vote for the Urban BBQ wings, which you can also get at Urban Burger. At the latter location, at least, they are the best thing on the menu.

            For something completely different, you might try the Korean take on wings at Da Rae Won in Beltsville.

      2. Johnny's for their wood-fired wings.

        Bungalow Billiards, WITH the 3 Mile Island sauce, for hot wings.

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        1. re: Dennis S

          I second Johnny's Half Shell. Problem is, they will spoil you for all future wings.

        2. OK, but to take this question a step further - far too many places commit the cardinal sin for true Buffalo-style wings - they dip them in batter... (butter, people, not batter! and a light dusting of flour is permissible...)

          Any place around that actually does wings right???

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          1. re: jkdc

            Kilroy's at Braddock and 495 in Springfield. The Cajun wings, drumettes only, no batter just spices -- exquisite.

            1. re: jkdc

              No breading, no flour, naked wings fried and then sauced.

              I know, it's not DC, but check out the Broad St. Tavern in Falls Church. Delightful, nary a whisper of grease. According to the waitress, they fry and then bake the wings for extra crispiness. Yum!

              1. re: jkdc

                Both recs of mine are sans batter. Actually, I see that far less than I used to - though I think that's more due to my knowing by the place whether the wings are even worth trying.

              2. Best Wing = Old Bay Wings at Mama's On The Half Shell.

                Too bad it's in bmore