Of all the flightless birds, chickens remain America’s favorite kind to eat, narrowly beating out penguins, kiwis, and Larry Bird. Make bird the word with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of wings, sandwiches, and drinks at Hurricane Grill & Wings in Fleming Island.
Hurricane Grill & Wings serves up more than 35 varieties of wings and a menu full of burgers, sandwiches, and salads. Hungry mouths can take a warm-up lap with the blue cheese and jalapeño dip served with homemade kettle chips ($6.99). All-natural 10-piece jumbo wings come doused in sauces ranging from mild Category 1 selections such as parmesan herb to taste-bud-torching Category 5 picks such as habanero lime, perfect for presenting to speed-eating archrivals ($8.99). Hurricane Grill's 100% Angus certified premium beef burgers with natural cut fries, kettle chips, or Hurricane slaw ($7.49+) and grilled mahi-mahi baja taco salad ($10.99) please flight-phobic diners.
Whenever possible, the family-friendly eatery purchases packaging products and paper goods made from recycled or renewable resources, such as compostable beverage cups. Guests are welcome to sip drafts of domestic, imported, and microbrew beers while taking in a game on flat-screen TVs or pay homage to long-lost goldfish playmates in front the seascape mural.
Hurricane Grill & Wings
Hurricane Grill & Wings showcases its library of more than 30 sauces in dishes that blend American, Mexican, and tropical influences. Their sauces' level of spiciness mimics hurricane intensity ratings, from the honey or mango barbecue options occupying Category 1 to the Ridiculously Hot Hurricane sauce in Category 5. In between sit flavors of ancho chili and lime, Jamaican jerk, chipotle raspberry, and spicy sweet chili. Baskets of jumbo or boneless wings come tossed in guests’ sauces of choice, as do grilled chicken or mahi-mahi sandwiches.
Elsewhere on the menu are tropically themed selections such as firecracker shrimp tacos, Southwest-style churrasco steak, and Monterey jack–filled quesadillas. The to-go menu can accommodate large gatherings, such as sports-watching parties or jury-duty reunions. Meanwhile, the full bar features island cocktails and bottle and tap beers from a variety of microbreweries to help subdue roaring mouth fires.