Deal of the Day: Wings and More in Davie

​Hungry families, church groups, book clubs, and softball teams -- unite! 

If you have a hankering for some first-rate, fresh-fried Buffalo chicken wings -- and a pitcher of something cold to go with it -- make Wings & More in Davie your next stop. 

They're our Deal of the Day, and if you act now, you can receive $8 to $20 

worth of food and drink. That means bone-sucking good wings stocked fresh -- never frozen -- and served with seven different sauces in any quantity ranging from 10 to 100 that you can handle. 

We like ours extra-hot and extra-wet (yes, that's an actual menu option for extra sauce) with an order of the house-made, fresh-cut curly fries. Don't want fries? No problem -- their wings also come in basket bundles with both fish fingers and ribs for $12.75 to $15.75. 

Can't make it in for today's deal? No worries! The Davie location offers daily lunch specials until 4 p.m. That means our two new favorite nights of the week for wings are Mondays and Tuesdays, when you can partake in the dine-in only "Hungry Man Special" with discount pricing on orders of 25, 50 and 100 wings. Like the $19.95 special for 25 wings and a pitcher of soda; $36.95 for 50 wings, a full order of curly fries and a pitcher of soda; or the mammoth 100-wing order, full basket of curly fries and a pitcher for $68.95 (that's less than 75-cents a wing).

Got kids? There's a deal of the week for you, too. Every Wednesday kids eat half price (dine in only, too, folks) with half-pricing on kid's wings, nuggets, chicken fingers and hot dogs all for $5.00 or less full price. 

What to wash it down with on a weekend: How about a pitcher of draft beer for just $2.95. So, what are you still sitting their salivating all over your keyboard for when there are wings to be devoured?

2525 Davie Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312  
(954) 792-1630

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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