Troy Loney wrote:stopper40 wrote:The Trolley Stop in Bethel Park have good ones, I get the hot then get some of the cajun seasoning and sprinkle that over them. Caribbean jerk at BWW is awesome. The wings at Hooters and Quaker steak have always been a huge disappointment to me.
I grew up right off of clifton in BP and have never gone there...whats their beer selection like?
i might consider going there sometime when i'm back in the area.
mac5155 wrote:Anyone a fan of the sauce (that is usually named something different at every bar) that entails basically hot, mild, B&G, Barbecue, and whatever other sauces just all mixed together?
Defence21 wrote:mac5155 wrote:Anyone a fan of the sauce (that is usually named something different at every bar) that entails basically hot, mild, B&G, Barbecue, and whatever other sauces just all mixed together?
It depends on the restaurant/bar. Some have a great mixture that works well. A local bar in Johnstown -- The Hometown Bar and Grill -- has the "Hometown Special" sauce, which basically is BBQ, Medium and Cajun, and it's great. QS&L has Louisiana Lickers, which is essentially along these lines, and is very good, too. There are some places, though, that just don't do the right amounts of the different sauces, and they're not that good.
Shyster wrote:stopper40 wrote:The wings at Hooters and Quaker steak have always been a huge disappointment to me.
IMO, the wings at QS&L used to be much better before they expanded into a chain restaurant. Back when I was in high school, we often drove up to Sharon (I'm from Slippery Rock) after high school on Fridays in order to get some wings. I also have family over in Youngstown, and on the way back from visiting them we would often detour to Sharon to get some buckets of wings. That was before QS&L expanded to any other towns and they were still making all of their sauces right there in the restaurant. I can remember seeing the industrial-size tubs of Tabasco and other ingredients they were bringing in to make the wing sauces. Today, I'm pretty sure that the sauces for all of the restaurants are made and bottled in some central factory. They just aren't the same.
Chris Rock wrote:Nobody goes to Hooters for wings.
Eismann wrote:I may be trying the wings at BeerHive in the Strip tomorrow. A few there look interesting. Anyone ever been?
Buccobruce wrote:I personally like dino's slicker (bbq, hot, garlic) better than any wing at sharkys. Even tho my gf likes the sweet and hot at sharkys.
shafnutz05 wrote:You know who has underrated wings? Hooters. There I said it
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