Post readers weigh in: Who has the best chicken wings in Palm Beach County?


Last week we posted a list of some of our top restaurants for chicken wings in Palm Beach County. And what did we learn? Post readers LOVE chicken wings and were very outspoken about their favorites. We asked you what you thought and you didn’t hesitate to tell us! Which ones should we have included? Readers weigh in:

Thirsty Turtle

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Comments: “No Thirsty Turtle? How can one take this newspaper seriously?” Jennifer Greco wrote on the Post’s Facebook page. Other’s agreed saying, “Turtle all day.”

Thirsty Turtle’s online menu: “We cook our wings well done and then toss them in our house-made wing sauce, a blend of spices, garlic and honey.”  Sauces include mild, medium and hot. Wings start at $10.95 for 10 wings.

Thirsty Turtle: 13981 US Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; 561-627-8991


Wings Plus

Comments: “Wings Plus, Lake Worth? Why aren't they on the list! I've been eating here for years,” Michael Woods wrote on the Post’s Facebook page. Other’s agreed saying, “Wings Plus Lake Worth rocks!”

Wings Plus online menu, the restaurant has more than 18 different type so sauces to choose from including honey, key west and raspberry. Wings start at $9.95 for 10 wings.

Wings Plus: 4455 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth; 561-965-0907


Brass Ring

Comments: “Brass ring in North Palm needs to be on the list. Hot garlic sauce with blue cheese and veggies on the side,” Ryan Poole wrote on the Post’s Facebook page. Other’s agree saying, “Any PBC wings list that doesn't include Brass Ring or Thirsty Turtle is wrong.”

Brass Ring’s online menu: Choice of sauces include mild, garlic, hot, & hot garlic, BBQ and honey mustard. Wings start at $8.25 for ten wings.

Brass Ring: 200 US 1, North Palm Beach; 561-848-4748


Smoke BBQ

Comments: “Delray has great wings not only at Smoke, also Beer Trade Co. and Papa's Tapas,” Mike Mazor wrote on the Post’s Facebook page. Other’s agreed by simply listing Smoke in Delray.

Smoke’s online menu: “One of a kind jumbo chicken wings, slow-smoked over Post Oak wood to crispy, tender, smoky perfection.”

Smoke BBQ: 8 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach; 561-330-4236


Flanigan’s Seafood Bar and Grill

Comments: “Flanigans BBQ wings all day,” Matthew Ian Snyder wrote on the Post’s Facebook page. Other’ss agreed saying, “Flanigans for sure.”

Flanigan’s online menu: Choice of sauces are hot, medium, mild, and barbecue. Wings start at $7.99 for 5 wings.

Flanigan’s has various locations. Check Flanigan’s website for more information.


Other’s mentioned:

McKenna’s Place, Royal Palm Beach

Papa’s Tapas, Delray Beach

Rhum Shak, Lake Worth

Kirby’s, Juno Beach

Bud’s Chicken, various locations

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, various locations

Connolly’s Bar


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