Best Chicken Wings In DFW

July 29, 2015 7:00 AM

Game time, hang time or just anytime wings are an ideal way to enjoy your favorite pastime without becoming too full for a meal later in the day. Chicken wings are the go-to snack for any occasion, and many North Texans have their favorite pit stop when it comes to hot wings, or any kind of wings. We traveled all over the DFW metro areas to find the best wings for your taste buds. Some were blazing hot while others were flavorfully delicious. So check our list of the Best Wings in DFW.
Houlihan’s
5225 Belt Line Road, Suite 220
Dallas, TX 75254
(972) 386-0689
www.houlihans.com

This national upscale restaurant chain has four locations in the DFW metroplex, but that doesn’t mean the wings are not to die for. Houlihan’s Thai Chile glazed wings with sesame-ginger sauce are mouthwatering and finger-licking. Served as an appetizer or an entry, you can eat them alone or share with a friend, but we wouldn’t advise it because they are that good. You can enjoy daily specials and a happy hour at one of the four locations here in DFW. Don’t think you’ll like the Thai-inspired wings? Then try old faithful their Buffalo wings with bleu cheese. Just be warned … both have a little heat.

Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que
1820 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 18
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 352-2752
www.smokeyjohns.com

There is nothing like good bar-b-que, and Texas is known for its bar-b-que. Smokey John’s, a locally-owned and operated BBQ restaurant is not only known for its BBQ and great homemade sides, it’s also known for having some of the best smoked wings in the DFW. These fall-off-the-bone wings will make you crave for more. The smoked hickory flavor is the right way to start your party or to satisfy your palette. But they are not on the everyday menu — you have to wait until Saturday, or you can pre-order these wings at least 24 hours in advance. Fortunately, you will not be dissatisfied as you enjoy more than two pounds of the best smoked wings you’ve ever tasted from a BBQ restaurant.

SIRG Wings & More
1001 N. I-35 E., Suite 324B
DeSoto, TX 75115
(972) 224-0061
www.sirgwingsandmore.com

Who wouldn’t love a locally-owned restaurant that caters to nothing but wings? Well SIRG Wings & More is the perfect place in the southern portion of Dallas. With more than 20 custom-made wing sauces, SIRG is the perfect restaurant for your wing fix. Recently opened, this wing joint has a plethora of wing options including bone-in, boneless and whole wings. They also have great homemade sides and desserts. Did we forget to mention they have some of the best tropical punch and lemonade flavored Kool-Aid? Yes, it’s a little unorthodox, but the wings and drinks are some of the best you’ll taste in the southern sector of Dallas.

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Ten Eleven Grill
1011 Corinth St.
Dallas, TX 75215
(214) 565-3808
www.tenelevengrill.com

There is nothing greater than indulging in consistency at a restaurant, and Ten Eleven Grill serves some of the best wings in downtown Dallas. These large wings are flavorful and savory, as if your grandmother cooked them. Served as an appetizer or a standalone meal, you will enjoy sinking your teeth into these made-to-order wings. You can also bring your own beverage (adult) and enjoy one of the many events at Ten Eleven Grill. Parking is limited, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying their one-of-a-kind wings.

Wing Bucket
1200 Main Street, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75202
(214) 760-9491
www.wingbucket.com

Go ahead and stick out your pinky finger as you enjoy the gourmet wings at Wing Bucket. These gourmet wings are double the size of most wings and definitely double the flavor. Wing Bucket is locally-owned and operated, and has its seven secret spices that makes their wings stand out from the competition. Customers can enjoy these jumbo wings grilled, fried or as massive-sized tenderloins. Not in the mood for jumbo wings? Then try their signature chicken sandwiches or salads, or the famous chicken and waffles. Whatever you choose, you’ll be satisfied.

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Ivy N. Carter has been professionally writing since 1998 when she started writing for the Texas Southern University The Herald student newspaper. Since then Ivy has enjoyed writing for several magazines, newspapers, businesses and other publications throughout the country. She has a MBA is the owner of Written By INC a professional writing and editing company. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.