As humans, we want what we cannot have, like real working hoverboards and the love of our distant father. Today's Groupon can satisfy the universal desire to fly by with $20 worth of wings and more at WOW Café and Wingery for $10. The same food that inspired the Wright Brothers to go airborne is yours for the munching, with 17 flirtatious sauces yamming for attention from your hungry mouth. This Groupon is valid at the Magazine Street location only.
Cooking and saucing wings in a 100% aerodynamic kitchen is a tall task, though the sweet and spicy dividends make the effort fully worthwhile. The award-winning commitment to highlighting flavor through the medium of sauce has manifested 17 varieties that will immediately boost the stock of your wings, your fingers, your T-shirt, and the part of your forehead that always gets wing sauce on it. Dip into the regional flavors of Bombay, Parisian, Polynesian, Santa Fe, Australian, Acadian, Key West, Texas, Jamaican, and more as your taste buds globe-hop like a gumshoe in hot pursuit of Carmen Sandiego. Aside from fresh and never-frozen wings ($6.99 for single, $9.99 for double), the wingery's menu features other grabbable grub such as Texas toast burgers ($7.49–$8.99) and wraps and sandwiches ($8.45–$8.99). WOW also offers sizzling fajitas ($10.99–$12.99), a half platter of golden catfish ($8.99), and limited-edition copies of Swiss pop duo Double's final and greatest album, Dou3le. Located near Audubon Park, WOW Café and Wingery's Magazine Street location will sate your appetite and turn you loose on the world ready to romp without the wet blanket of hunger.
Food has the power to feed and evoke a wide range of human emotions and new onomatopoeia. Linked directly to the pre-lingual lizard brain, the human sense of chicken-wing detection is a powerful, primal sense, which has been known to induce eerie experiences of deja vu and jamais vu, even in non-French speakers and people who only took one year of French in high school. The Wingery is well equipped to shepherd you through this intense process of self-discovery and renewal.
5961 Magazine St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115Get Directions