Chicken wings are one of Ohio's favorite foods. Our bars and wing restaurants have painstakingly tweaked their recipes in the pursuit of the perfect wing, and some of them may have found it. From those classic messy hot wings that will force you to use a bib, to boneless bites that make the perfect bar snack, here are the 10 best places to get wings in the state!
JT's Pizza and Pub may put their pizza in the name, but their wings have a special place in their customers' hearts. With an extreme pride in fresh quality ingredients and preparation, JT's Pizza and Pub produces high-quality food every time for every customer, while keeping their large portions at a low cost.
In 1988, Bob and Corrine Frick put a mutual passion for great food and hospitality together to create a fun, casual atmosphere where people can enjoy some of the best Buffalo wings anywhere around. You can come in and get some hot chicken wings at the restaurant or reserve the Rooster Road show food truck to provide food for your party or event.
Wings Over Columbus understands the passion wing lovers have for their food. It's not meant to be a clean eating experience, and so you'll never get a judging stare from staff or guests when you tear the meat off the bone with your teeth and fingers like a caveman. Their wings are dripping in sauce and falling off the bone, so if you don't make a mess, you're not doing it right.
In 1996 in North Royalton, Ohio, the Cleats Club Seat Grille opened their door to the public. When their original bar, “The Aardvark Sports Bar” burned to the ground, some people thought it was the end, but with loyal customers who loved the winds and things, they decided to find a new location and start anew. They still carry that passion for community and great food that they had from the beginning, and they proudly sell over 100 tons of wings per year.
Wingstop knows that there's more to wings than just the chicken. Ultimately, everything comes down to the flavor, and that's where they knock it out of the park. They opened in 1994, and by 2002, they had served over one billion wings. Wingstop is the place where you can always get fresh, never-faked wings, because it's more than a meal, it's a flavor experience.
Wild Wings-N-Things doesn't skimp on the serving sizes. In fact, you can get boneless wings for 50 cents every Monday, or take their Wild Ghost Challenge where if you can eat enough wings covered in their signature ghost pepper sauce, you get them for free! With 13 delicious sauces made in-house and a signature blue cheese dressing, you can't go wrong with the wings from Wild Wings-N-Things.
Mario's Lord of the Wings isn't just making empty boasts with their name. When they say Lord of the Wings, they mean it. While most wings are deep fried, Mario's roasts the wings to seal in the flavor of the chicken and perfect the golden exterior. Mario brought his award-winning sauce recipe from Chicago and added it to the perfect wing to create an experience you won't get anywhere else!
Wings on Brookwood has been proudly family-owned and operated for over 20 years. Their chicken is always fresh, and unlike most places, their boneless wings are hand-cut. No chicken nugget mash here! All their sauces are made daily in-house, and they take pride in a great customer experience and delicious wings.
Mr. Spots started out as the brainchild of two broke college students who hated their jobs and could make a better sandwich than anyone in Ohio. They pooled together what little money they had and took on some credit card debt, and before they knew it, they were in the restaurant business. After over 25 years, the customers agree that the sandwiches are great, and the wings are unmatched.
Buffalo Wings and Rings aims to create a club-level sports bar experience where every customer who walks in the door feels like a VIP. With over 50 TV screens, chef-inspired recipes, and their famous signature wings, Buffalo Wings and Rings is just about the best wing experience you could ask for.