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Jan 17, 2009 07:46 AM

Best Buffalo Wings in Westchester County?

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.