Get your chicken freak on at Wings N' Things

For more than three decades, Wings N' Things has been making San Diego wing lovers happy.

On Tuesday, Wings N' Things will celebrate over 30 years in the San Diego area by offering its traditional bone-in wings for just 30 cents each. The special is limited to five wings per order and the choice of one sauce.

With 16 locations in San Diego, Wings N' Things is known for its fresh, never-frozen chicken and its famous Buffalo wing recipe. Since 1982, when it opened its doors to the first customer, it has been considered San Diego's "wing spot."

The traditional Buffalo-style sauce is available in five strengths, from mild to medium and all the way up to atomic hot. Sauces also are available in other flavors, including garlic, original, BBQ, Honey BBQ, lemon pepper and sweet chili. For a limited time, a mango habanero sauce has joined the lineup. Wings are served with a choice of either ranch or blue cheese house-made dressing.

Perhaps the only thing more legendary than its wings is the breadsticks that are served with them. Served hot and fresh from the oven, the bread sticks are a customer favorite. Wing-meal combinations include the famous breadsticks, in addition to carrots, celery and house-made ranch or blue cheese dressing. Double meals, family packs and party packs also are available to feed a crowd.

A new favorite on the menu is the Buffalo Chicken Pizza Sticks. The hand-rolled breadsticks are covered in Wings N' Things' signature Buffalo sauce, melted cheese and boneless Buffalo chicken. They are served with ranch dipping sauce.

Certain locations also offer Buffalo Chicken Fries, in addition to fresh salads and a variety of local craft beers on tap.

And with more than 30 years serving Buffalo wings, Wings N' Things knows how to do National Chicken Wing Day right. They will be celebrating this epic event on Tuesday with special offers for you and your wing-loving friends. Check back on the Wings N' Things website at wingsnthings.com or on social media for more details.

Source: DiscoverSD

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