Before coming up to AK I was a hooters hot wings fan, now I only go there when Wings N' Things is not open. The taste is like no other wings I have ever had. They move right to my top favorite wings, the only thing I could possibly ask for was for them to be a bit bigger. Order the cheese bread, it soaks up all the extra hot sauce real nice.
BOY DO I MISS YOU!!!! I have not had any good wings since I got kicked out of the service in 1991 at Fort Rich, AK. I use to go to Wings n Things all the time. I now live Atlanta and hate the taste of all the wings spots here. We have over 300 wing places by the way. I am hoping I can order there and have them shipped, I dont care if they are cold, I want the flavor of those wings. I am going to make a trip back to the last frontier just to come get some wings, plus I miss that beautiful city of Anchorgage....
Not the most glamerous resturant, but a nice hole-in-the-wall eatery. Always friendly service, great smells, awesome food and the best wings in town. If in doubt, get the hot rated wings, then work your way up to NUKE. They'll make your eyes water!
A family tradition! Life is not good without these wings. If you are afraid of getting your digits dirty, keep on movin'. Not only does this hole in the wall have the best WINGS, there good home service is awesome. If you're experience was less than the best, then you are impatient and not aquainted with true wings. Thank you Wings N Things for being apart of my 29 years!
I use to live in Alaska for many years and have eaten at
Wings and Things for about
5 years on a consistent basis before I ended up moving.
I really really miss the Wings and have never found a place since moving that comes close to the quality and taste of the wings from W&T... The homemade brownies are fantastic as well!!
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