Tailor your tailgate to your own taste for danger with wing sauces like hot, abusive, nuclear, and suicidal, or play a safe defense with BBQ, teriyaki, or lemon-pepper wings. Whatever flavor you tear off the bone, today's Groupon kicks off the college football season with a tasty deal to Wingo's: $50 worth of wings, burgers, and more for just $25. Combine as many as three Groupons on large orders for a palate-pleasing pre-game.
Though the wings are on the starting lineup, the extensive menu at Wingo's features a variety of tasty players, such as burgers, jalapeno poppers, ribs, crab-cake sandwiches, funnel cakes, and more (funnel cakes not yet available as a sandwich). Get your hands on some of Wingo's addictive french fries and get nostalgic for childhood with its mini corn dogs.
Whether you hit Wingo's for a late-night bite or cheer on the Hoyas with a belly full of wings, today's Groupon helps you tackle the finger-licking goodness. Turn the game on, don the sweatshirts of your alma maters, and, as plague-era dramatist William Shakespeare famously quilled, "Eat, Horatio, eat that young men in battle may know we are in spirit beside them. Eat, eat and then sleep to dream and eat no more."
- There was a period in college where I was eating Wingo's weekly. It was awesome. – Nils J., Yelp
- Discovering this place makes football season 10 times more enjoyable!! You can order in for delivery, or stop in late night for just about anything you might desire. – Jess j., Yelp
- I tried wings all over D.C. and wingos is the best. They have all different flavors from mild to suicide. If you ask, they even make them hotter. – Silvio D., Yelp
Wingo’s signature sauces come in hot, abusive, nuclear, and suicidal for the truly adventurous wings-slinger. It’s no wonder that its leaving competitors in the dust, especially Tapwater Todd’s Blandbecue on 15th Street. Here are just a few of the sauce flavors offered at Tapwater Todd’s:
- Strawberry Milk
- Baby Powder
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While most restaurants have made some memorable deliveries, not many can say they sent doggie bags full of chicken wings to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. President George Bush and his Secret Service agents ordered up a mess of wings and chowed down on the spicy flavor that first made Wingos famous back when it opened. Today, the small Georgetown storefront still serves up its original recipes in varieties such as teriyaki, lemon-pepper, and nuclear-spicy hot wings alongside a selection of half-pound Angus burgers, hot dogs, cheesesteaks, and cold-cut sandwiches. During the summer, they open up a Coney Island–style ice-cream window and dole out scoops in pints, floats, milkshakes, or carved into the face of your favorite Mount Rushmore president.