MostBest Seattle | Wings

There are 88 wing spots in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

When you don’t mind getting a little messy with your meal, these flavor-packed wing joints will hit the spot.

SLIMS LAST CHANCE

via Flickr user Chris Blakeley

via Flickr user Chris Blakeley

Slim’s Last Chance is a tasty Texas-inspired joint that strives to provide a little spice in the lives of Seattleites. Whether you’re looking for a spot to grab a cold beer or catch a little live music on their outside patio, the scene is always lively and social. Slim’s has been featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives for their amazing wings made with their own special sauces.

We Love Their: Texas Chili, Wings

5606 1st Ave S
(206) 762-7900
www.slimslastchance.com

CHAN

You probably wouldn’t expect to find some of Seattle’s best wings in a modern Korean fusion restaurant—but that’s precisely where they are. The wings come glazed with a chili caramel sauce, striking the perfect spicy ‘n’ sweet balance that makes them so delicious. The peanuts, garlic, and scallion round out the Korean-inspired flavor, creating a bite you’ll want to return to again and again.

We Love Their: Deep Fried Oysters, Bulgogi Beef Sliders, Ginger Creme Brulee

86 Pine St
(206) 443-5443
www.chanseattle.com

COOPER’S ALE HOUSE

via Cooper's Ale House

via Cooper’s Ale House

Everything about Cooper’s Alehouse beckons you to come in and stay awhile. From the rotating selection of premium craft beer to the dartboards, old-school jukebox and new-school HDTVs, it’s an all-around awesome place to hang out. The wings come in seven different flavors, including a variety you probably won’t find in other wing joints: Tom Shanks, Cooper’s version of pork wings, made with a sweet honey barbecue sauce.

We Love Their: Chipotle Maple Chicken Wings, Tom Shanks

8065 Lake City Way NE
(206) 522-2923
www.coopersalehouse.com

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