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 to Wow Cafe and Wingery in Mount Juliet. Choose between the following options:
For $18, you get appetizers and drinks for two (up to a $37.08 total value) that includes:
- One chicken quesadilla (a $9.82 value)
- A basket of seven to eight wings (a $7.63 value)
- One pitcher of either Scrimshaw pilsner or Michelob Ultra (up to a $16.37 value)
- Beignets (a $3.26 value)
For $33, you get appetizers and drinks for four (up to a $66.58 value) that includes:
- One sampler platter of 18–24 wings (a $19.65 value)
- Two appetizers (up to a $14.18 value)
- Two pitchers of either Scrimshaw pilsner or Michelob Ultra (up to a $32.75 value)
Wow Cafe and Wingery’s wingsmiths hammer out a menu of made to order American fare, and wings whose 21 inventive sauces earned them Best Wings](http://gr.pn/nJtSvP) New Orleans magazine in 2009. Pairs kick start jaws with the chicken quesadilla, a team of tortillas transporting a blend of cheeses into homemade salsa and sour cream, before shuttling them to their grisly fates. Wings, the restaurant’s bread and butter, get ready for the gustatory ball in a savory livery of 21 original sauces such as the signature tangy buffalo, or such unorthodox flavors as maple cinnamon, chinese chili mustard, or the meta chicken-wing-flavored chicken wing sauce. Sweet teeth get in on the revelry with a plate of beignets, New Orleans–style deep-fried dough.
The second option opens up the appetizer frontier, letting culinary explorers stake a claim on any two appetizers, including buffalo shrimp that roam in light batter and tangy sauce, or extreme nachos smothered with chili, cheese, and jalapeños. Pairs and pairs of pairs can, on the last Friday of every month, can chew along to the southern beats of live Cajun & Zydeco music or, on every day of every month take in the game or a favorite local news rerun on the big-screen TVs.