The dueling glove originally was an invention of chefs who would slap chickens with oven mitts and demand electric knives at dawn. Taste the edible creations of culinary innovators with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of wings and more at WingBusters USA in Grantville and two locations in Newnan.
The chicken experts at WingBusters personally hand bread all winged menu mouthfuls and toss them with specially seasoned batter for premium deliciousness. Whether prepping an authentic medieval feast or scouting for a nibble, WingBusters sizes accordingly, offering 8-piece ($7.65), 15-piece ($13.99), 50-piece ($39.99), and 100-piece ($74.99) bone-in wing orders. Give napkins a run for their money and opt to double dunk battered bites in one of nine zesty sauces, such as honey mustard, hickory-smoke barbecue, and lemon pepper. For kindred diners, family-size combo meals ($25), which include fries and soda, are available, tastily preventing sibling supper rivalry. For the less poultry peckish, flavorful fish and shrimp meals ($5.75–$34.99), savory sandwiches ($2.99 - $8.75), and juicy hot dogs ($1 - $3.12) may swiftly sate appetites. Dine in or place an order to be delivered to your next big bash and turn your taste buds into taste best friends forever.
Whether preparing an order for 5 or 500 wings, the chefs at WingBusters USA begin by hand breading each fresh piece of chicken in a house-specialty batter. They then flash-fry the succulent morsels before showering the batch in a blend of spices and sauces to create a roster of signature flavors that includes sweet-and-spicy honey-mustard flavor, citrusy lemon pepper, and hickory-smoked barbecue flavor. Before they commit to slathering a batch, diners can sample any of the restaurant’s flavors to ensure that they aren’t so spicy they rekindle painful memories of a first kiss with a fire breather.