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Grab a tray of smoked wings with hot sauce and miso blue cheese from Loro.
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10 Spots to Eat Mouthwatering Chicken Wings Around Dallas

From basic Buffalo to Korean wings, these fly to the top of the Big Game bites list

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Grab a tray of smoked wings with hot sauce and miso blue cheese from Loro.
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Whether an accompaniment to a football game and beer or just a slightly messy dinner, there’s no denying the appeal of an excellent chicken wing. From seriously crisp Korean versions to traditional Buffalo wings, these establishments serve the city’s sauciest, crispiest, juiciest wings.

Go forth, and get ready to use a lot of napkins as you make your way through this list of spots serving Dallas’s best chicken wings. Just in time for the Big Game.

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The Mucky Duck Bar

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This Addison Circle bar is popular among sports enthusiasts, and the wings are at least partly why. Combine the lemon pepper and Buffalo sauces for a truly transcendent chicken wing experience.

Zaap Kitchen Lao & Thai Street Eats

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Fried to a perfect crisp and showered in even crispier garlic, the crispy wings at Zaap are an essential order. Consider trying them as part of the Zaap combo, which pairs those wings with sticky rice and a refreshing papaya salad.

Goodbye Horses

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This SMU bar serves up classic bar food, and of course, that includes wings. Ask for sauce medium, hot, or barbecue and add on Frank’s Red Hot and butter to make ‘em extra delish.

Goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House

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For folks who are really into wings, this East Dallas mainstay offers a lot of different takes. Notably, you can get one wing in an “I Told You So” sauce made with Carolina reaper, scorpion, and ghost peppers. It comes with a no-refunds warning. Traditionalists, stick to the battered wings.

Cosmo's

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Dive bar lovers across the internet rave about the wings at this Lakewood joint. It’s just Vietnamese-style fried chicken wings that will hit the spot.

Mike's Chicken

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Tender, juicy, perfectly-crisp wings await at this under-the-radar fried chicken gem. Pair tenders (hey, they’re boneless wings, right?) or bone-in wings with a variety of sauces like spicy barbecue, buffalo sauce, and a ton of excellent sides.

Grab a tray of smoked wings at Aaron Franklin and Tyson Cole’s spot in East Dallas. The smoking means these will taste a bit different from the largely fried and barbecued wings elsewhere on this list. The dish comes topped with thick dollops of hot sauce and a miso blue cheese to cool things down.

Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar

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While Pie Tap is rightfully known for its pizza, the wings are worth raving about too. They’re served lollipop style, with the bone sticking out, with hot honey or lemon pepper sauce and blue cheese. It makes for a lovely bite. 

Angry Dog

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A favorite for Deep Ellum revelers, the wings at Angry Dog have a devoted loyal following. Typical buffalo and lemon pepper options are on offer, along with a super-hot version that only serious pepper junkies should consume.

bbbop Seoul Kitchen

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Some of the best wings in DFW can be found at this Bishop Arts restaurant. The Korean fusion style is simple enough and produces simply delicious wings. 

The Mucky Duck Bar

This Addison Circle bar is popular among sports enthusiasts, and the wings are at least partly why. Combine the lemon pepper and Buffalo sauces for a truly transcendent chicken wing experience.

Zaap Kitchen Lao & Thai Street Eats

Fried to a perfect crisp and showered in even crispier garlic, the crispy wings at Zaap are an essential order. Consider trying them as part of the Zaap combo, which pairs those wings with sticky rice and a refreshing papaya salad.

Goodbye Horses

This SMU bar serves up classic bar food, and of course, that includes wings. Ask for sauce medium, hot, or barbecue and add on Frank’s Red Hot and butter to make ‘em extra delish.

Goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House

For folks who are really into wings, this East Dallas mainstay offers a lot of different takes. Notably, you can get one wing in an “I Told You So” sauce made with Carolina reaper, scorpion, and ghost peppers. It comes with a no-refunds warning. Traditionalists, stick to the battered wings.

Cosmo's

Dive bar lovers across the internet rave about the wings at this Lakewood joint. It’s just Vietnamese-style fried chicken wings that will hit the spot.

Mike's Chicken

Tender, juicy, perfectly-crisp wings await at this under-the-radar fried chicken gem. Pair tenders (hey, they’re boneless wings, right?) or bone-in wings with a variety of sauces like spicy barbecue, buffalo sauce, and a ton of excellent sides.

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Grab a tray of smoked wings at Aaron Franklin and Tyson Cole’s spot in East Dallas. The smoking means these will taste a bit different from the largely fried and barbecued wings elsewhere on this list. The dish comes topped with thick dollops of hot sauce and a miso blue cheese to cool things down.

Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar

While Pie Tap is rightfully known for its pizza, the wings are worth raving about too. They’re served lollipop style, with the bone sticking out, with hot honey or lemon pepper sauce and blue cheese. It makes for a lovely bite. 

Angry Dog

A favorite for Deep Ellum revelers, the wings at Angry Dog have a devoted loyal following. Typical buffalo and lemon pepper options are on offer, along with a super-hot version that only serious pepper junkies should consume.

bbbop Seoul Kitchen

Some of the best wings in DFW can be found at this Bishop Arts restaurant. The Korean fusion style is simple enough and produces simply delicious wings. 

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