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Guide to the Best Hot Wings in Seattle

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Sometimes good pub grub is the only thing that will satisfy. A good ballgame, a good beer, and some good hot wings? Seattle’s got them all. And even one of those wing locations will be featured on the Food Network on July 29!

Wing Dome
7818 Greenwood Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103
206.706.4036
thewingdome.com

With four area locations, including Kent, West Seattle and Kirkland, The Wing Dome features tasty hot chicken wings and cold beer. And Mondays are .59 cent wing nights. You’ll find every kind of chicken wing imaginable – BBQ, Thai Chili (one of the most popular), Triple Garlic, Sambal Peanut Sauce, Blazin’ Chipotle, and more. You can even spice your chicken wings up to blazing hot 7-alarm (for those aiming to join the Wall of Flame — you must eat 7 of the the 7-alarm wings in 7 minutes or less). In fact, the Greenwood Wing Dome’s 7-alarm hot wings take center stage in the series premiere of the Food Network’s “Heat Seekers” show, hosted by Aarón Sanchez and Roger Mooking. It will air at 10pm on Friday, July 29.

Attic Alehouse
4226 E. Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98112
206.323.3131
http://www.atticalehouse.com

In a old Seattle bowling alley, built in 1904, the Attic Alehouse sits in the middle of the Madison Park area of Seattle. A pub well-known to the neighborhood, they serve up their popular Buffalo wings, made with the Attic’s own special recipe. Served with homemade blue cheese dressing and topped with toasted sesame seeds, they might arguably be the best in town. You can also try the Teriyaki or BBQ style wings.

Wing Central on the Ave
4524 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206.634.9464
http://www.wingcentral.net

A fun, laid back restaurant that serves award winning chicken wings and 101 ice cold beers in the heart of the University District. Wing Central on the Ave opened in January, 2011 and is the second in Washington state (the first Wing Central is in Ellensburg). The Ellensburg location won best restaurant in town, and they’ve carried their 8 sauces with them. Try the sampler, and you’ll have enough to keep you busy for the afternoon.

Wing Zone
5042 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206.523.5252

The nice thing about the Wing Zone, is you can order online, before you get to the place, or you can order delivery. With 15 flavors from mild to nuclear (yes, that’s a ‘flavor’), there is a sauce that will suit your fancy. Started by two Florida college students in 1991, Wing Zone was their alternative to pizza delivery for those late-night study sessions. Applauded by the Food Network, among others, they have won awards for their variety of tangy sauces.

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