Phoenix, AZ

New BBQ Wings Joint Now Open

Greyson F
A new BBQ Buffalo wings restaurant has opened.Photo byScott EckersleyonUnsplash

Nothing brings gameday together like a batch of expertly tossed and grilled chicken wings. There’s just something about that sauce and meat combo that cannot be duplicated. Of course, you don’t need to be plopped down in front of a sporting event in order to enjoy finger-licking chicken wings. You might just want a protein-heavy meal after a long day of work. Or something you and your buddies can chow down on while playing video games all night. Whatever the occasion, you’ll need to locate a restaurant that can whip up wings made just the way you like them. Well, a new restaurant, that brings the flavors of the Midwest to greater Phoenix, has opened and is ready to deliver exactly the kind of wings you’ve been looking for.

Midwest Wings is all about giving you that finger food that keeps you sucking at the tips of your fingers, searching for lingering sauce and salt. The menu is easy, clear, and right to the point. It’s not the kind of place you go to where you’ll find pizzas and pasta and cookies larger than a hubcap. Some of those restaurants can stretch themselves too thin. No, at Midwest Wings, it’s all about the wings.

You can order wings or tenders in either sauces or dry rubs. Sometimes bypassing the sauce for a nice dry rub can really hit differently. The current flavor options at Midwest Wings include Midwest BBQ, Buffalo with Blue Cheese, Honey BBQ, Honey Hot, Garlic Parm, Asian Zing, Alfredo, Buffalo dry rub, Cajun dry rub, Salt and Vinegar, and Lemon Pepper.

Want something to go along with your wings? Maybe some choice cuts of potato to help sponge up that spilled-over sauce? Sure thing. Load Fries come in several variations, including Philly Cheesesteak Fries, Chicken Bacon Ranch Fries, Buffalo Fries, and Grilled Chicken Salad Fries. Some secondary sides include Texas toast, seasoned fries, and Midwest fries (which are served along with your choice of sauce).

The new location is tucked in at 2821 North Central Avenue in Phoenix. It is open Monday through Wednesday, from 11 AM until 8 PM, on Thursday from 11 AM until 9 PM, on Friday from 11 AM until 10 PM, and on Saturday from 1 PM until 11 PM. The restaurant is closed on Sunday. However, the Sunday hours might change when the NFL season is in full swing later in the year, so follow Midwest Wings’ Instagram page to stay on top of these potential changes.

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