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What You'll Get
Doused in a crippling bhut jolokia pepper sauce and catapulted over fortification walls during sieges, wings demoralized starving troops too addled by the appearance of the flying beasts to realize they were edible. Conquer these potent adversaries with today’s Groupon: for $7, you get an order of two dozen wings (a $13 value) at Long Wong’s in Tempe.
Named the best wings of 2007 by Phoenix New Times, Long Wong’s tantalizing morsels of golden-fried chicken pack a potent punch of flavor, amplified by a variety of savory sauces. Stroll into the bar’s friendly confines and admire the eclectic variety of posters lining the warm-hued walls before digging into a grumble-snuffing meal of two dozen wings. Grip the succulent chicken flappers while sopping up your choice of sauce, with potential tongue-scorching levels ranging from mild to inferno, while also including alternative sups in the key of teriyaki, barbecue, and garlic parmesan. In business for more than 30 years, Long Wong’s has wowed countless diners with its perfectly prepared chicken bits and lively, tent-revival-free atmosphere, taking care to entertain hunger-havers with weekly live music. Stop in and enjoy a memorably tasty meal while stimulating oatmeal-battered taste buds with today’s Groupon.
This Groupon is only valid for dine-in.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Valid at Tempe location only. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Long Wong's
Long Wong’s staff focuses on three things to create a pleasurable customer experience: mouthwatering pub eats, refreshingly frigid beer, and thumping rock music. The chefs cook up a well-rounded menu of pizzas and wings—tossed in sauces that range from spicy buffalo to garlic parmesan—as bartenders pour ice-cold beers and shake up cocktails while also adhering to the $1 fire drill, where anything on the bar is $1 for two minutes after a flashing fire truck passes by.
Also a daily music venue and the starting point of the Gin Blossoms, Long Wong’s frequently hosts live bands, much to the chagrin of the dead but guitar-fluent Abraham Lincoln and the Top Hats. Crimson walls hide beneath rows of photos, posters, and paintings as the catchy tunes of local Tempe bands woo the hearts of locals.