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 $5, you get $10 worth of wings and New Orleans fare at Jazzy Wings.
Jazzy Wings specializes in frying up a menu of buffalo-style chicken wings coated in one of its 11 made-from-scratch sauces. Flocks of bite-size poultry migrate to tables in formations of 7 ($5.99), 10 ($7.49), and even 30 ($21.99), seeking warmer climates in stomachs instead of building colonies in hidden oven corners. Slather orders in a choice of flavorful layers ranging from the tongue-tingling Blazin Jazz to the sweet Caribbean Jazz, infused with a kiss of honey. Patrons can also savor slightly neater fare, such as a shrimp basket with fries ($8.49) or a bowl of gumbo ($5.99), to avoid leaving hot-sauce fingerprints on rental wedding dresses.
Jazzy Wings recently reopened for the second time due to setbacks caused by natural disasters, and it now sports a renovated interior in its original location to regale customers with jazz-themed décor, flat-screen televisions, and a fresh cast for friends to sign.