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 $12, you get $25 worth of wings, sides, and drinks at Wingstop in Cupertino.
Having already served more than 1 billion buffalo wings, Wingstop perpetuates its fast-growing poultry franchise by smothering its fried wings in nine succulent sauces. The taste-bud-tickling menu fills stomachs’ chicken-shaped holes with a variety of edibles, including made-to-order wings tossed with hawaiian, teriyaki, and hickory-smoked barbecue tastes. An order of 10 wings ($6.99) tempts tongues in regular, boneless, or bionic flocks, and creamy portions of homemade coleslaw ($1.99) and potato salad ($1.99) act as rich proxies between meaty mouthfuls. The 10-wing combo ($9.49) sates individual eaters with up to two flavors and one dip, fries, a 20-ounce drink, and a semipermanent saucy moustache. The savory aroma of the 35-piece family pack ($26.49) fills a minivan or oversize Flexible Flyer with wafts of wings swathed in as many as three sauce flavors and accompanied by three dips (ranch, blue cheese, or honey-mustard). Supplemental crispy veggie sticks settle overspiced tongues, and the large basket of fries fuels families with an arrangement of freshly culled tuber blossoms.
19620 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, California 94014