The very best Wings...um, was probably the last episode (seriously, how did that show stay on TV for eight seasons?!), but the very best chicken wings are a bit harder to pick, which is why we've rounded up Seattle's eight best wing spots, just for you. Feast your eyes....
This Ballard spot’s Mediterranean take on the American classic are called Fire & Honey Wings, which offer a unique kind of mellow zing thanks to harissa, ginger & peanuts and will keep you coming back for more.
Though Tat’s is best-known for its sandwiches, it does offer Buffalo wings as a side, and believe us, this “side” is a meal unto itself if you get the 12 piece. Get ‘em regular or hot, but either way your order will come with a side of ranch or blue dressing plus some crunchy celery sticks.
This dive-y watering hole’s wings are fried, crisp, and covered in the house’s very own wing sauce. They're served with blue cheese dressing and are so good that your last chance to stay slim is before you ever try 'em.
TanakaSan’s twice fried chicken wings are huge and come in two varieties: one with smoked chili and Frank's RedHot, and one with salty caramel, serranos, and garlic. Drop by at happy hour to pick them up for $6 or any other time for $13.
This Capitol Hill Vietnamese mainstay offers its chicken wings for 50 cents a pop every Tuesday. Ba Bar offers two types of wings: Sài Gòn, made with local chicken, caramel sauce, roasted garlic chili, rice vinegar & fish sauce, and a weekly rotating wing. Three rules here... no to-go orders, wings are only available in the bar, and you have to get a drink. Don’t like the rules? Then go any other day.
Come in during happy hour, which is daily from 3-6pm, for the best deal on wings you’ll find in the neighborhood. $6 at Local 360 gets you a solid order of chicken wings, which have pepper jelly glaze and cream cheese, but time your trip right since they're not on the regular menu.
Need we say more than Fried Butter Chicken Garlic Wings? Don’t let the strip mall parking lot keep you from this ID spot, Hue KY MI Gia's tasty appetizers are only a sneak peek into the world of deliciousness that is its menu.
This Tom Douglas institution in Belltown has wood-grilled chicken wings that’ll leave you flying high. Palace Kitchen serves its wings with a side of coriander cream and will set you back around $12... and a pant size.
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1. Golden Beetle1744 NW Market St, Seattle
2. Tat's Delicatessen159 Yesler Way, Seattle
3. Slim's Last Chance5606 1st Ave S, Seattle
4. TanakaSan2121 6th Ave, Seattle
5. Ba Bar550 12th Ave, Seattle
6. Local 3602234 1st Ave, Seattle
7. Hue Ky Mi Gia1207 S Jackson St, Ste 101, Seattle
8. Palace Kitchen2030 5th Ave, Seattle
Golden Beetle serves Eastern Mediterranean eats (that're a staggering 95% certified wild/organic) in a 90-seat blue-trimmed space that's lit by custom-cut glass lanterns.
Tat’s Deli is well known for a bevy of its jam-packed sandwiches, but its classic Philly cheesesteak sandwich takes the crown. Tat’s offers four different variations: a chicken cheesesteak, a pizza steak (with Tat’s marinara and mozzarella), a hoagie steak (topped with lettuce, tomato, and onion for no extra charge), and the OG, which you should order with and Ice-T, obviously. This esteemed P Square spot sports digs lined with simple wooden two-tops and a handful of banquettes, including now serving beer and wine to go with their East-coast-style-awesome sandwiches.
Slim's is the best place to kick back with some brew and some exceptional wings. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Tom Douglas's modern Asian-American joint serves up the likes of poppy pinch buns with duck sausages, curried potato hash, and sake slushies.
A Vietnamese restaurant, Ba Bar proudly serves "street food", a principle defined by simplicity and quality. The other half of this eatery's maxim is "cold drink," as in cocktails. Many, many cocktails.
Local 360 sources most things from within 360mi of the city, and Matt's in the Market gets almost everything from the stalls in Pike Place Market downstairs.
Housed in a strip mall on Jackson St, this noodle house is actually the place to go for crunchy, meaty, buttery wings w/ a flaky crust and a dusting of garlicky green onion and chile. Oh, and they only cost $7.