Buffalo is the only word that, without conjugation, represents all major parts of speech: noun, proper noun, verb, and sauce. Ace ambrosial English exams with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of wings, ribs, and chicken chunks at The Chicken Joint Grill and Bar in Berlin.
The gustatory gurus at The Chicken Joint Grill and Bar compile a menu overflowing with hearty burgers and chicken breaded for wings, sculpted into tenders, and deep-fried for southern platters. Garlic-parmesan, general tso’s, or eight other varieties of sauce await the pub's signature wings ($8.49/dozen), and the cooks surpass even their usual heaping serving sizes Monday–Thursday with all-you-can-eat orders of wings ($13.99). Exposed-brick walls and white pillars look on as patrons lounge on leather couches and salivate over southern fried chicken ($6.49/four pieces), golden-brown chicken chunks ($6.99–$7.99/half portion) and tender, meaty ribs. Meanwhile, a jukebox sings serenades, cues click and tiny football teams scrimmage atop a billiards table, and eight flat-screen televisions flicker overhead, illuminating chicken tenders ($7.99/five pieces) as they dip into honey-mustard sauce. On Friday nights, karaoke challenges guests to see who can swallow a microphone after they’ve finished their wings and tenders.