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fryerlover Jan 12, 2011 07:29 AM

Thought I'd start a new thread as I never realized when posting in the other thread that it was for Toronto. I'm always looking for great wings to eat out when not in the mood to do them at home and I only bbq at home so sometimes crave the deep fried.

I have a few favourites in Mississauga for different reasons:
1) Turtle Jacks for regular priced wings with great sauce and lots of options (fryer wings or large buffalo, dusted or not, and grilledon the Q). I get the fryer wings and get them grilled on the Q and love the taste and think they are perfectly cooked

2) Clarkson Pump for wing night for cheap fryer wings cooked great. Flavours are good and they also offer the gilled on the Q. I usually get Guiness BBQ, medium or even plain sometimes.

3) Natty's Bar and Grill for everyday good wing prices. Their wings are a bit bigger than the fryers I normally prefer, however they are cooked nice a crispy so I love them.

Do you have a great place/gem you go to for great wings in Mississauga?

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Clarkson Pump
1744 Lakeshore W, Mississauga, ON L5J4N8, CA

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    fryerlover Feb 18, 2011 10:36 AM

    Is it just me or does this place look exactly like Wild Wings????

    http://www.thestar.com/living/food/ar...

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      kwong Feb 18, 2011 11:24 AM

      Except that Wild Wings doesn't do AYCE. (If I'm wrong, please let me know, I'd love to have AYCE at Wild Wing.)

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        fryerlover Feb 18, 2011 12:02 PM

        Oh, I did not realize they do AYCE. I don't see that in the article or on the site....am I missing it somewhere?
        I should have been more clear in my post.......I meant from the picture in the article it looks like Wild Wings but then I went on the site and it is much bigger and different. Might have to give it a try.
        As for AYCE at Wild Wing, I am not sure as I have only been there twice and don't remember seeing it on the menu and probably won't be back to look at the menu again.

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      kwong Feb 17, 2011 09:29 PM

      Cooper's Pub at 780 Burnhamthorpe has good wings. They're 39 cents half the days the week (need to buy 1 drink every 20 wings).

      I haven't tried Wacky wing yet (near Dixie and Dundas), but I've heard good things so far.

      1. Brain of J Jan 13, 2011 11:56 AM

        The Beaver and Bulldog on Dundas, east of Dixie, south side. Big, breaded, saucy wings. They're my favourite wing in Mississauga.

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          duckdown Jan 15, 2011 12:34 PM

          I always wondered if that place was any good. Looks like a good place to drink actually

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            Brain of J Jan 17, 2011 09:35 AM

            I think it recently changed ownership. They introduced a new menu that has less emphasis on pub grub and added more standard fare. I had schnitzel when I was there last and it was very good.

            But the wings are still on the menu but you gotta ask for the special wing menu to view all the sauces they offer.

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          fryerlover Jan 13, 2011 08:02 AM

          http://sault.wackywings.ca/Home.aspx

          New place opening, however site does not say much about wings.......such as breaded or not. Appears much like Wild Wings with decor and sauce.

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