Wing Meal with Sides and Soda for Two or Four at Wing Works Kitchen (Up to 52% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Meaty wings slathered in sauce ranging from mild garlic parmesan to fiery Suicide buffalo

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for dine-in or pick-up. Valid only for bone-in wings or boneless tenders. Valid only for sides of french fries, twister fries, or onion rings. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Eating buffalo wings will set your mouth on fire, finally transforming it into the spicy kiss cavern you always wanted. Pucker up for this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$13 for a wing meal for two (up to a $27.15 total value)

  • 20 bone-in wings or boneless tenders in one sauce (a $17.99 value)
  • Two small sides (up to a $3.29 value each)
  • Two cans of soda (a $1.29 value each)

$19 for a wing meal for four (up to a $38.06 total value)

  • 30 bone-in wings or boneless tenders in one sauce (a $26.49 value)
  • Two large sides (up to a $4.29 value each)
  • Two-liter bottle of soda (a $2.99 value)

Cooks slather their bone-in wings or boneless tenders in 1 of 12 sauces, such as Hawaiian teriyaki, hot buffalo, or whiskey barbecue. Wings arrive accompanied by sides of french fries, twister fries, or onion rings. There’s a $0.50 extra charge per additional sauce.

Wing Works Kitchen

With 12 distinctive sauces coating their classic chicken wings and boneless tenders, the cooks at Wing Works Kitchen do their best to change people's perceptions of what chicken really tastes like. They pair their poultry with classic American flavors, such as mild buffalo sauce, complimented by a menu of burgers and fries. They also collect tastes from halfway around the globe, whipping up a Hawaiian-teriyaki sauce for their tenders and serving Korean spicy pork and sticky rice with a side of housemade kimchee.

In the dining room, a fleet of televisions invites neighborhood regulars to take in a Celtics or Bruins game while dipping the opposing team's jersey in a vat of their favorite sauce.

Uncomplicated dining experiences that won’t waste your time or budget