Terrific flavor on the wings! Where did they get the wings off of? Pygmy chickens? Game hens? Quail? They used to be big wings what happened? If the wings were just bigger I would return. Very slow service. Call way way ahead to have your order ready. As for dining in, very small elbow to elbow.
I love the wings I've been many different places in the world and I love the wings. It's greasy and the place isn't that clean. I noticed someone making sanwhiches without gloves but oh well. Personally the wing's are worth it I don't eat the sanwhiches anyhow.
Wings -n- Things is a national chain in the lower 48. This is not part of that chain. I walked in expecting great wings, but was shocked to get a plate full of grease and chared little wings. They do not know how to cook wings! When I let the manager know how I felt (I wasn't trying to get my money back) he let me know that everyone else likes the wings. I sometimes forgot where I was and that some of the places to eat in Alaska have the locals fooled into thinking they make good food. You want wings? Go to Hooters!
We found this place by change and we were very very lucky. Different types of wings and all tasty. The owners so friendly people that made you feel one of their family. As an european traveler I should suggest this place as num. 1 in the city for dinning or just have a beer. I was there on July05 and almost everydat was packed. Very reasonable prices and they treat very well families with kids. They should think opening franchises in Europe, they are so gooood!!!
With 170 acres of beautiful natural forest, this university is quite scenic and contains three miles of campus trails. Begun
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A real Alaskan experience, this restaurant has scads of memorabilia on its walls and in displays. President Carter and the
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