Sports bars came to prominence in the early ’80s, after the seminal horror film Poltergeist made it cool to scream at the TV. Holler on a full stomach with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $24 for four dozen wings for four (a $47.96 value)
- $20 for two Groupons, each good for $20 worth of wings and American fare (a $40 value)
Wings come in 10 varieties, including thai and honey ale. The menu also features bar eats such as the Canadian hickory burger ($9.99) and the crab cake sandwich ($11.49), as well as entrees such as glazed salmon ($17.99) and jambalaya pasta ($15.99).
Chics N Wings
A panoramic panoply of wall-mounted flat-screen TVs flickers inside Chics N Wings' spacious dining room, as ardent sports fans dig into a menu of rib-sticking bar fare. Piping-hot pots of house-made chili offer a hearty meal, and 10 types of wings migrate to reach warm pools of ranch, barbecue, or cilantro dressing. Freshly cut chips accompany a sizzling spread of seven Hall of Fame burgers, as guests lean back in high-backed cherry-red chairs, and DJs spin tunes and the occasional dinner plate every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. Sudsy drafts from Sam Adams and Stella Artois are dispensed at the bar, quenching the thirst of sports fans that are parched from auctioneer-style color commentary.
73% of 323 customers recommend
“Wings are amazing, the chicken club sandwich was average. Only went for lunch, but looks like a great place to grab beers for a game.”
“Great place to eat and drink while watching all the TV's they have .”
“Good service, good not too expensive food, lots of TVs. The spicy wings aren't all that spicy so anyone can enjoy them, I recommend ordering an extra side of hot...”
“Good service, good not too expensive food, lots of TVs. The spicy wings aren't all that spicy so anyone can enjoy them, I recommend ordering an extra side of hot sauce if you like a lot of kick.”