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So instead of tracking down the best wings from Buffalo or Chinese restaurants or women wearing tank tops three sizes too small, we tracked down the best chicken wings of Competition was fierce, but, in the end, these 21 wing joints distinguished themselves on meat quality, innovation, and overall atmosphere.
You'll surely decide this list is "invalid" when you discover that your favorite place isn't mentioned. But now, on to America's finest fowl: First things first: Anchor Bar, recognized for inventing the glorious combo of poultry parts & spicy sauce we now know as the Buffalo wing, does not appear on this list. This mug-club-havin' roadhouse earned its stripes slinging beef on weck to Western NY drinkers 'til 1983 -- the year a full-service kitchen started flinging out the fiery wings that would catapult the Bill into city- and nation-wide conversations.
They remain mostly unchanged: big-not-huge, crispy, doused in a dozen sauces (try honey butter BBQ! Locals adore this place so much that the now-retired former owner (whose name was Joe, not Bill) apparently used to organize Caribbean vacations with groups of regulars, which presumably doubled as reconnaissance missions to uncover what the West Indies' wing game was cooking up.
In New Orleans during the early 19th century, French socialite Delphine La Laurie was believed to be a cruel sadist who beat, tortured, and performed medical experiments on slaves in the basement of her mansion.
And in Washington State, Linda Burfield Hazzard, a doctor and a delusional "fasting specialist", believed she could "heal" her patients through exhausting diets and starvation.