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The Best Places in Chicago to Celebrate National Chicken Wing Day on July 29th Statement

Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

Chicago is known for its hot wings so it’s the perfect place to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day on July 29th

National Chicken Wing Day is an annually celebrated holiday which falls on July 29th and celebrates one of the most popular appetizers in America. The most obvious way to celebrate the holiday is to eat chicken wings all day long. Stick with your favorite kind or shake things up a bit by trying new flavors.

Another plus to celebrating this holiday is that many of bars and restaurants that serve chicken wings have specials with low prices, unique types and flavors or free wings for customers. Check out some of these deals at your favorite local wing place or try a new one. Don’t forget the wetwipes

Buffalo Wild Wings

With ten Chicago locations, it would impossible for you not to be able to find a restaurant near you for one of the widest selections of flavors in the city. Some of these include:

  • Jammin Jalapeno
  • Thai Curry
  • Mango Habanero
  • Blazin Carolina Reaper
  • Caribbean Jerk
  • Asian King
  • Orange Chicken
  • Chipotle BBQ
  • Teriyaki
  • Parmesan Garlic

Buffalo Wild Wings will be offering buy one get one free boneless wings on Thursday, July 29. This is their normal Thursday offer and you can order online through their website or through their app. There is a limit or one deal per customer per visit at each participating locations.


You might not think of a convenience store as first on your list of where to go for wings, but 7-Eleven has been offering a variety of hot and cold prepared foode for a while now including hot wings.

For National Chicken Wing Day, 7-Eleven is offering two deals. Customers can order a five-piece bone-in wing meal and get another five-piece order for free all day long on July 29 through 7–Eleven Delivery which can be found on the 7NOW® delivery app and the 7–Eleven app.

Choose between several flavors including regular, spicy or buffalo. Customers who are 7Rewards loyalty members can also take advantage of a buy one get one deal on boneless chicken wing skewers. Instead of one skewer for $3, members will get two skewers with 16 boneless wings for $3.

J. Parker

Located at the top of the Hotel Lincoln, J. Parker has some of the best views in Chicago with clear views of the water 140 outside or 55 inside seats. They are known for signature cocktails with some delightful names such as Afternoonifi ed – Frosé, Rain Napper and Bubble Around among others. Enjoy your cocktail or a beer or glass of wine with some of their half-priced wings served specially for National Wing Day. They will be featuring their special soy ginger chicken wings flavored with chives and sesame seeds.

The Rambler Kitchen and Tap

The Rambler has a wide range of food available that you can enjoy in one of four dining areas including the indoor bar, two indoor dining area and beer garden patio. For National Chicken Wing Day enjoy one of eight flavors inspired by different areas of the world. Pair your wings with a $4 pint of beer and apply your wits to a free game of pub trivia.


Wingstop restaurant is using this year’s National Chicken Wing Day to encourage customers to try their chicken thighs. They intend to entice customers to order from its new Thighstop virtual option. They are also giving out two free bone-in thighs with any purchase over $15 on holiday. It is also introducing a new Jamaican Jerk BBQ flavor for a limited time only for anyone ordering from or DoorDash.

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