BLACK-OWNED SPOTS

Celebrate National Chicken Wing Day At These 

When it comes to chicken wings, there is only one debate: flats or drums? Or maybe lemon pepper versus honey barbecue. You will be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t love some wings.

If you’re thinking of grabbing something to eat on National Chicken Wing Day (July 29), consider stopping by one of these Black-owned restaurants to get your fix.

The Buford family were ‘saucing & tossing’ their wings at home before deciding to offer their specialty to the masses. Now anyone can chow down on their chicken, turkey & duck wings

houston

Flava Wings

They certainly have a wide variety of flavors to put that proclamation to the test like mango habanero, panda orange, lemon yaki, bourbon, and Parmesan garlic.

Indianapolis

R&R Extreme Wings

This sports bar serves up an assortment of 20 flavors of wing flavors & the option to add extra seasoning to your wings like lemon pepper, spicy jalapeño, and garlic.

Arlington

Flavors Wings N Daiquiris

Customers can feast on everything from a 3-piece with a side of bread and fries to a 48 wing platter. On Wing Wednesdays, you can get wings for $1.25 each.

Kansas City

Fat Jack's Chicken & Fish

What’s better than chicken wings? Probably the jumbo wings that Daddy Mac’s Chicken features on Wednesdays. 

Dallas

Daddy Mac's Chicken

Francar’s Wings is an institution in Georgia where they have called home since 1993. Their legendary wings have one of the wildest food backstories of all time.

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Francar's Wings

Francar’s Wings is an institution in Georgia where they have called home since 1993. Their legendary wings have one of the wildest food backstories of all time.

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Francar's Wings

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