Hands are nature’s silverware—evidenced by early man’s serrated pointer finger and forked thumb. Revisit humanity’s humble handheld beginnings with today’s deal: for $12, you get $25 worth of wings, drinks, and more at Atomic Wings. Redeem your Groupon at one of two Brooklyn locations:
Atomic Wings specializes in crafting authentic buffalo-style wings, delicious sandwiches and soups, and much more for hungry hippos tired of an all-marble diet. After perusing the menu, start with a single serving of 10 wings ($8.99), 11 chicken fingers ($8.49), or a half-and-half combo ($8.49) before selecting a sauce. Most individuals will be content with mild, medium, hot, honey mustard, barbecue (regular or jerk), or teriyaki flavors, but daredevilish diners may turn toward the abusive, nuclear, and suicidal variations of wing lacquer, each suitable for restarting the breathy fires of broken dragons. Those preferring less-saucy bites can grab a Philly cheese wrap with grilled steak or chicken, onions, peppers, melted cheese, and barbecue sauce in a tortilla ($5.99) or can skip straight to a double chocolate layer cake ($6) accompanied by a bottled soda ($1.75), Vitamin Water ($2.25), or pint of carbonated barbecue sauce.
Atomic Wings remains true to the original style of wing preparation as invented in Buffalo during the Great Chicken Swarm of 1964. All wings are imported from Buffalo, where chicken trees produce an especially plump and tasty harvest. Stop in at one of the six streamlined wing factories and chomp away until your stomach‘s satisfied baritone grumblings harmonize with your palate’s angelic falsetto.
Prices may vary among locations.
About.com named Atomic Wings one of the Best Wings in New York City. Numerous press outlets have featured Atomic Wings, including My Fox News, Time Out, and New York magazine: > * But don’t let the sleek decor and fancy artisanal beers fool you. Atomic’s greatest success lies in the foolproof wings and reliable service: Food arrives within 20 minutes of ordering—hot, spicy, and always messy. – Jessica Romm, New York
While Yelpers are mixed about the wings at the Carroll Gardens location, Yelpers give the Park Slope locale an average of 3 stars: > * The wings themselves were very good, probably the closest replica I’ve found in NYC to what you’d get in Buffalo. – Joshua H.