What You'll Get
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 to Wings 'N' Ale in Coral Springs. Choose from two options:
- For $12, you get $25 worth of wings, ribs, and beverages.
- For $22, you get $50 worth of wings, ribs, and beverages for tables of four people or more.
Wings 'N' Ale's chefs specialize in pairing crispy wings with a huge selection of sauces, stirring up sweetly mild flavors and intensely hot concoctions for tongues of all persuasions. The full menu satisfies carnivorous cravings with grilled or fried wings ($9.50/10 wings) drizzled, dunked, or seeing who can hold their breath the longest in any of 20 sauces ($1–$2.25/4 oz.). Taste buds can stay cool with chicken slathered in the tang of honey garlic, the smoky spice of mustard barbecue, and the sweetness of raspberry, or stoke up a fire with hot dips such as Volcano and Volcano Eruption. Whether dry-rubbed or twice-cooked, ribs ($10.75+) delight diners with tender meat and expertly harmonized show tunes, while a smattering of sandwiches ($6.25+) and burgers ($6.75+) round out the menu. Pair savory bites with domestic brews, including Yuengling and Budweiser ($5/32 oz. pitcher) and relax with sports streaming onto five TVs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. $50 Groupon valid only for parties of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Like any good wing stop, Wings-N-Ale coats its fried or grilled chicken wings in a variety of sauces. But in addition to classic barbecue and mild, medium, and hot options, Wings-N-Ale has inventive dressings in flavors such as raspberry, parmesan-garlic with parsley flakes, and olive oil and herbs with a hint of lemon and lime. The sauces make their way onto other dishes too, including burgers and grilled mahi-mahi sandwiches. Diners watch sports on the eatery's five TVs as they revel in each bite, pairing savory flavors with a selection of domestic brews.