A little-known fact about wings is that each sauce flavor is based after a character on the TV show Wings. Fay was the hot and spicy one in this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$10 for $20 worth of wings and soul food, such as a 10-piece order of wings ($9.50), a fried-egg-topped swag burger ($8), and seasoned fries ($2.50)
$22 for a game-day special for four (up to a $44.50 total value)
- 40-piece order of wings (a $34 value)
- Three sides, such as homie fries, steamed rice, corn, or green beans (up to a $3.50 value each)
$32 for a game-day special for six (up to a $72.50 total value)
- 60-piece order of wings (a $51.50 value)
- Six sides, such as seasoned fries, steamed rice, corn, or green beans (up to a $3.50 value each)
The game-day specials exclude the following side options: mozzarella sticks, jalapeño poppers, and onion rings. See the full menu here.
When it comes to naming their homemade soul food, the proprietors of Hood Wings never lose their sense of humor: drink options are listed under the heading “The Drank,” and dishes bear titles such as the Big Boi burger and Yo Mama's fried chicken. The cuisine itself, however, is no joke. Anchorage Press lauds the "flaky and moist" fish inside the "lovely" tilapia sandwich, as well as the hot wings with "spice built into the batter." More than 10 sauces, ranging from chipotle raspberry to pepper-packed inferno, give those wings an extra kick, and toppings such as hot links and fried egg add a more flavorful spin to already-delicious burgers. Along with Coke products from the soda fountain, classic southern sides such as seasoned fries, corn, and green beans often accompany Hood Wings's mains.