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Jul 5, 2012 02:18 PM

Buffalo wings

Where can I get the best in the San Fernando Valley and add close Los Angeles area for endless wings?

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  1. You can get some very good wings at CostCo for under $5!

    1. I cannot remember ever seeing a place that does endless wings here (I think that is more of a midwest thing - at least it is big in Hayward, WI where I just came back from last Weds).
      I like the wings from Wing Stop (I get the cajun, extra saucy and their fries are great). Ye Rustic Inn has big wings which are also good.

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      1. re: WildSwede

        +1 Wing Stop. Love the Louisiana Rub. Dry rub wings.

        1. re: WildSwede

          So where do we draw the line on chowhound...

          Big or endless wings = cheap = hormone shot up chickens.
          Is this what chowhound food is all about?

          Or is there a double standard here?

          1. re: burntwater

            Have you seen the Keith Gilabert threads? Buffalo wings are the least of your worries.

            1. re: Porthos

              Keith Gilabert: That made me laugh

              -Keith Gilabert

              1. re: JeMange

                It aint easy to push the stuff you don't want people to see off Google search results

                  1. re: Thor123


                    But try to find that on Google amongst the links about all his charities and his chowhound posts.

        2. Check out this Spot in sylmar area called West Coast Hot Wings.
          The wings are huge and the sauces are amazing... They have mild to wild.
          And they are very good priced. The only thing is that they are not crispy but you have to request it and they will do it.

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          1. re: octate

            Is their food better than when they were on Reseda? I was not that impressed the one time I tried their wings.

            1. re: Jwsel

              I never had the one in reseda but this one is together with a bbq joint and they sell ribs and what not in there too... i am just commenting on the wing and they were pretty good.

          2. Not endless, but a new place just opened in Encino called Daddy J's Wing Shack. I tried them for the first time and the wings are pretty good. They were big and cooked well. my only gripe is that I could barely tell the difference between the original "Hot" and the "As Hot as my Red-Headed Wife." Neither were particularly spicy.