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Chicken Wings

Original post made by F Gore, Midtown, on Nov 18, 2008

It dawned on me after I had lunch up in San Carlos at "Wingstop," that I hadn't seen any Chicken Wings places around here. I just checked on Google Maps, and it turns out we live in a "dead-zone" for chicken wings.

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Posted by ds
a resident of Mountain View
on Dec 28, 2008 at 2:27 pm

just back from the southeast and need some wings!! You can find so many places, but my fave is Buffalo Wild Wings--great wings, beer specials and buzztime trivia!!
I hear Hooters is good, but as a woman, well, you know!

Any tips of local joints would be appreciated!


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