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  • Incredibly hot, has ghost peppers and habaneros in the sauce. Make sure to wash your hands after eating these, or you’re gonna be in pain!

  • They use a Franks-based dry rub. It’s a phenomenal flavor.

  • Such a good flavor. Don’t sleep on Avg Joe’s!

  • Some of the wings had great coverage, others didn’t. The flavor was pretty standard cajun, but the crispness was spot on, and the meat was nice and juicy.

  • A great blend of heat and a nice garlic flavor.

  • A great alternative to just another Buffalo Wing, and a super enjoyable place. I just wish the wings were a little meatier, but really crispy and overall very solid.

  • Plenty of sauce coverage. A little more wet than I like but no complaints. Could have been hotter – no tears were shed as I rolled through this 10-pack of hot with ease.

  • Unique flavor with a nutmeg cinammon-y taste. Definitely worth a try.

  • Usually much better than this. Sauce coverage was not the best today.

  • I always get mine naked – and tonight tried mixing the Hot and Garlic sauces. Gotta say, I’ll be doing more of the flavor mixing. The flavor was fantastic.

  • Rad General Tso’s flavor. Breaded texture, could have been meatier.

  • Was expecting more heat from Hot Buffalo. Breaded, crispy – overall, a very nice wing.

  • Wet, smokey Buffalo zap. My tastebuds were big fans. White BBQ sauce dipping sauce was excellent. Cool place, good vibes all around. Definitely worth a stop.

  • They make all their sauces in-house. This is definitely not your traditional FRH Buff sauce. Very good!

  • Super good flavor. Looked like freshly grated parm all over the wings.

  • Flavor was amazing. They came out and was a little scared as a much different color than normal, but rich did not disappoint!

  • Really good flavor. No celery or ranch to be seen. Hate that it brought the Overall score down – the wings were on point!

  • Flame grilled, sweet and spicy. Lacked sauce but won in size and accompaniments.

  • Smoked wings! Next time I’m getting the sauce on the side. I bet these wings taste amazing even sauceless.

  • Bubba is a great blend of sweet and spice. If you’re up for it, try Blazin’ Bubba. Adds some Ghost Peppers.

  • Not bad. Flavor was respectable but didn’t have much of any wow factor.

  • Traditional buffalo wing. Meaty, nice sauce coverage and above average accompaniments.

  • Bland flavor and no real bite even though waitress said the flavor was Buffalo Hot.

  • This place is more known for their pizza but the wings aren’t too shabby! I don’t love the flavor profile for the hot. For me, I get too much black pepper that overwhelms the other flavors that should be bringing together a perfect hot buffalo sauce. These are smaller than average wings however plumpness makes up for their stature so plenty to bite off. Their ranch is top notch though! Infused with some parmesan cheese, this ranch elevates the the overall experience beyond the wing itself. I recommend giving this place a shot as they have many other flavors I have not tried.

  • Pretty great flavor. You’ll be hard pressed to find a flavor here you don’t like.

  • Flavor was the only item good on this go around. Way too crispy and just lil baby wings.

  • Really good flavor and heat on the Nashville hot, the sauce coverage wasn’t that great this time around.

  • The sauce coverage was lacking, and they were super crispy this time around.

  • Not my usual experience with Pastimes. Overdone, and overall just not awesome.

  • Just the right amount of sauce, mango habanero zip, crispy, sizable, and plenty of blue cheese. Very solid wing in a great wing environment.

  • Little dive bar by Isle of Palms beach. Online menu advertised their wings as Jumbo wings so I only ordered 5. However, they were regular size – nothing jumbo about them. Sauce coverage was great – plenty leftover to pair with other snacks. Flavor was a nice blend of raspberry and habanero but neither stood out from the other which is OK. Super crispy and served with choice of blue cheese or ranch and celery. Service was super fast. I placed my takeout order over the phone and the wings were waiting for me when I arrived 10 minutes later, nicely packaged in a brown bag. Friendly staff. Definitely worth a taste of you’re in the Charleston area.

  • Saucy with a classic Carolina BBQ taste. My taste buds were big fans. Crispy, average in size, and served with blue cheese. Solid flavor choice and cool bar by the beach with a fun atmosphere – live music and more.

  • Plenty of sauce coverage. The Medium flavor didn’t do much for me – expected it to have a little more taste. Wings themselves lacked crispness. Served with a packet of ranch. Place had a long drive through line and appeared to be popular with locals. Friendly staff.

  • An abundance of sauce! Gold rush didn’t make me rich – pretty basic Carolina Gold taste. Anything but crispy, meaty, and served with ranch. Probably wouldn’t order Gold Rush here again.

  • Pleasantly surprised. Buffalo Mild had excellent flavor with the right amount of tanginess. The wings were crispy and perfectly cooked with the majority being thick and meaty. Also caught them on $.89 wing night which made for a perfect dinner. Never would’ve thought that I would eat all 20 in one sitting. That were that good!

  • This place hit the mark! I’m a huge fan of Carolina Gold when it has the right balance & kick! Wings had perfect sauce coverage & were meaty with a nice crisp. The sauce stuck to the wing really well & provided even taste on all wings! Highly recommended at this local lake place!

  • Marshall’s house smoked whole wings were crispy! No lie – I was a little nervous about ordering “Hot Be Wise” as I had a flight that evening but no need to be scared – their heat level was Medium at best. Next time I’ll request ’em extra hot. Lots of flavor and solid accompaniments. Overall, a good wings. Cool local bar and great service, too – cheap draft beer and solid menu. Worth a visit if you’re in Columbus.

  • Buffalo Kiwi is what it sounds like “Buffalo with a hint of Kiwi” the person who took my order said when I asked what to expect. The Kiwi reduced the heat for a soft buffalo flavor. Crispy and sizable served with blue cheese.

  • While breaded wings aren’t my fave, these were still pretty good. Very meaty, and juicy.

  • Wow, this flavor combo was great. They’ll mix up anything you want. If I could make one change, it would be just to add a little more heat.

  • Breaded. Mushy. Cold. Only thing going for them was sauce coverage and they were HUGE. I’d skip these guys.

  • Ordered 10 garlic Parmesan takeout. Looked really good at first glance. They were a bit cold by the time I got home with them. I bit into the first wing and discovered a hair – lost my appetite.

  • No heat. Not even a small hint of Buffalo heat one would expect from a medium wing. Lacked sauce and flavor. Nothing to highlight here. I will not order Hooters medium again.

  • Solid wings. I thought the flavor was okay. Pizza is amazing too.

  • Man, these would be a solid 4, but no ranch? no celery? no wetnaps? I’ll make sure those are added for next time.

  • This sauce has a great kick with a hint of garlic. Their homemade avocado ranch with celery is a nice accompaniment.

  • Lots of sauce. But for the most part, just your average Garlic Parm wing.

  • The flavor on this dry rub is outstanding. Nice and lemony and the coating is perfect in my opinion. The crispiness of the skin and juiciness of the wings (I got all flats) is hard to beat.

    They were served with a couple pieces of celery and a good amount of ranch (or blue cheese, if that’s your thing).

  • The flavor is really good, but the spiciness of the habanero doesn’t come through much. That is, until you’re a few wings in and have dragged them through the extra sauce that pooled up on the plate. Then it’ll hit you like BAM!

    Lots of sauce, so you didn’t get a bite without flavor, and the sweetness of the mango really came through.

    Served with a couple pieces of celery and your choice of ranch or blue cheese.

  • If you want really good flavor without the heat, this has a great sweet and smokey profile, with great sauce coverage.

    Served with a couple pieces of celery and your choice of ranch or blue cheese.

  • Alabama white sauce is amazing, with a nice bacon flavor lingering after you finish the wing.

  • They don’t have so many levels of hot, just a Nashville-style (but way more mild than traditional Nashville Hot.

    The wings are quite large, and they’re the full wings instead of breaking apart the drums and flats. While super crispy, they were also quite greasy, but delicious!

  • These wings were served in a giant bowl with grilled onions and delicious corners of house made focaccia. There weren’t any flavors to choose from, just “oven baked.” The best I could tell they were some kind of simple garlic, sea salt, and rosemary flavor. Not exciting, but effective. The wings were a little slimier than I prefer, but they were super meaty and overall really tasty if you are in the mood for a simple oven baked wing!

  • Super impressed with this wing, especially since it’s just an appetizer on the menu. The white sauce is incredible and the wing itself has plenty of crunch on the outside and delicious tender smoky meat on the inside.

  • Amazing flavor. Not really a typical BBQ. Nice bit of heat to it.

  • Desert heat delivered a crisp, salty and spicy burn. Wings themselves were sizable with just enough dry rub for my tastebuds. If you’re looking for a more traditional dry rub with some heat look no further.

  • This single chicken wing was a garnish on a delicious Bloody Mary. It was a top notch wing with plenty of accompaniments – if you include the Bloody Mary itself! It had a cheese curd, pickle, celery, and green olives. The perfect way to prep for a flight!

  • These roasted wings were tossed in a sweet chili glaze with a lime crème fraiche on the side. The menu said it was supposed to come with a creamy slaw, but we didn’t get that – maybe they were out, but I docked points. Overall, these bad boys were incredible. The sweet chili glaze was generous, but it didn’t take away from the crunch of the roasted wing, which was so tender and meaty. The spice of the sweet chili was perfectly balanced with the sweet. These are the only wings on the menu, but I highly recommend checking out this spot.

  • If you like burnt bones covered in black tar – look no further. I didn’t have high expectations for these because Imo’s Pizza sucks too, but I thought, “how bad could it be?” Turns out, pretty fuckin’ bad. These are so bad, in fact, it makes their pizza look half edible by comparison.

  • These wings got a slightly higher score than the traditional bbq simply on the fact that the gold bbq sauce is pretty good (for fast food wings). Don’t be fooled, underneath that just-acceptable sauce is an abomination to chicken wings. If you’re drunk in St. Louis and want to eat some food purely for the sake of science – try Imo’s Pizza. And tell the locals how much you hate it because it’s fun to see how mad they get.

  • These wings were so good, but left us wanting more. The self proclaimed “best sauce in the house” was already used on another appetizer we ordered so we opted for the Bourbon Buffalo. The sauce had a great bourbon bite and wasn’t too overwhelming but it did kill the crunch of the wing a little bit – and smoked wings can already be a little light on crunch. The natural smoked flavor wasn’t that strong, I wanted more. But I highly recommend trying these and other wing flavors as an app at Lake & Irving. It’s a great spot if you’re in MN!

  • Ordered a bowl of wings – which was 5 whole
    wings. Wings were large and in charge – meaty. Could have been a little crispier but they were cooked pretty good. Sauce wasn’t too much or too little – the perfect paint job. The garlic parm flavor itself was a bit salty. Served with blue
    cheese and the service was excellent. I’ll be back and next time I’ll order buffalo.

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