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Two Gals Eat: Wings

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A typical Wingnuts serving with bleu cheese dressing and crunchy veggies included.

A typical Wingnuts serving with bleu cheese dressing and crunchy veggies included.

Daisy Zaragoza

Daisy Zaragoza

A typical Wingnuts serving with bleu cheese dressing and crunchy veggies included.

Gessel Segovia and Daisy Zaragoza

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If you’re tired of Buffalo Wild Wings, there are other options.

We went to WingNuts and right off the bat we could tell it was going to be great. As soon as we entered the restaurant, we were immediately seated and offered drinks. We went on a Wednesday, which is when they have their special 79 cents wings as long as you order 12 or more.

WingNuts is a good and cheap Buffalo Wild Wings alternative.

We ordered Cajun, Double Dog Dare, and Honey BBQ, and everything including drinks was $29.67. You don’t wait very long for your order to come and the servers are constantly asking if you’re okay or if you need anything else. We liked the restaurant because if we needed something, we didn’t have to wait. We recommend going to WingNuts because not only do they have great service, but they also have a variety of wings.

Next stop was Wing-Stop. We went on a Thursday night, so it wasn’t packed. We ordered our wings online, so we didn’t have to wait too long to get our Mango Habanero and Hickory Smoked BBQ wings. We got a combo, and our total was $25.

We decided to visit Wing Stop, another favored wing establishment.

We recommend both places because they each have something we like about them. You can sit down at WingNuts or just get your wings to go. We like that you don’t  wait  long and in both places you get  quality tasting wings without having to spend much.

Wing-Stop: 2801 W MacArthur Blvd c, Santa Ana, CA 92704   hours: 10:30 – midnight

WingNuts: 3030 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 11 a.m.–10 p.m.

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5 Responses to “Two Gals Eat: Wings”

  1. Unknown on February 14th, 2018 11:19 am

    The reason I clicked this is because im hungry.

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  2. Mayra on February 14th, 2018 2:13 pm

    i want some wings now :/

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  3. :) on February 26th, 2018 9:18 am

    I´ve tried both Wingnuts and Wingstop before, however, I believe a better chicken place is Koko´s chicken. Alike both Wingnuts and Wingstop, seating is very quick and the waiters are phenomenally delightful. When I went to Koko´s, I ordered their fried chicken. One mere bite into the savory marinated chicken and your love for Koko´s is incipient.

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    Two Gals Fan Reply:

    There is a difference between fried chicken and wings, smart one.

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  4. Alex Rodriguez on April 10th, 2018 6:35 pm

    I also have gotten tired of eating wings from Buffalo Wild Wings and decided to eat at Wing-Stop rather than Buffalo Wild Wings several times. At Wing-Stop they serve a plethora amount of wings for a cheaper price than Buffalo Wild Wings. The employes at Wing-Stop explicitly serve your wings faster than Buffalo WIld wings since it is a smaller faster restaurant. Besides that, the wings there make me voracious when I don’t eat wings for a long time.

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