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Best Buffalo Wings in Westchester County?

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So I've been to the typical Buffalo Wing chains like Planet Wings, Buffalo Wild Wings, those types of places, but I've been looking for something different, a new place? Any suggestions? I've heard that candlelight is good, anything else? Thanks.

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  1. There have been some threads on this so if you search you should find a lot of opinions. Lazy Boy Saloon in WP is one of the contenders. If you try Candlelight - ask for well done otherwise they won't be crisp.

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    1. re: laylag

      I'm with laylag - Candlelight & Lazy Boy are ones to definitely try. Also - still waiting for a Korean chicken wing place to open up in Westchester - like Bon Bon Chicken in the City. Now those are delicious!!

      1. re: Sra. Swanky

        Sherwoods in Larchmont( Huge 10 cent wings on Mondays. They are damn good), Uncle Henry's in Harrison (order the bushwacker wings).

    2. Firehouse Grill in Peekskill. I am still looking for beef on weck- any recommendations?

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      1. re: rkaene

        I like Justin Thyme in Croton and Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale, you have to ask for them crispy at both places. What is beef on weck????

        1. re: GIOny

          beef on weck: shaved roast beef (prime rib) au jus with a bit or fresh horseradish on a small bun (a kimmelweck?) with caraway seeds and rock salt on top

      2. Too Damm Hot.
        On Columbus, directly across the street from Valhala train station.
        Very small place.

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        1. re: Jon1856

          Oh yeah I forgot about So Dam Hot! Good chili there too!!

          1. re: Jon1856

            Oh right! good call thanks! I used to go there for hot dogs all the time I'll try it out haven't been there in maybe 2 years

          2. They aren't buffalo style, but I really like the wings at Q in Port Chester and, presumably, Mt. Kisco.

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            1. re: adamclyde

              Me too. Totally different than buffalo wings but they are really, really good.