One of Illinois’ Best Spots for Chicken Wings Unleashes Wild Sauce Topping
I'll bet I've eaten close to a couple hundred pounds of chicken wings in my lifetime and I've never seen a wing topping quite like this and the locals are raving.
Who serves the best chicken wings in Illinois
There is no way on God's green earth we could ever fully answer that question.
- Traditional or boneless
- Hot or mild
- Baked or fried
- Buffalo or BBQ
- Saucy or dry-rubbed
There are just too many ways to enjoy a chicken wings. Everybody's tastes are different. But for the sake of the wings, and most importantly, this bar and grill's crazy sauce that has me excited, we should see if we have similar tastes.
What kinds of chicken wings do you like?
I like my wings traditional, I like them to have some spicy heat but not too hot that they can't be enjoyed without physical discomfort.
When it comes to something to dip my wings in, I always go for ranch over bleu cheese.
Ok, if we're on the same page with wing preferences, you'll understand my desire to get these wings in my belly as soon as humanly possible.
Check out Wild Goose Bar & Grill in Chicago
There is a great night of sipping and munching waiting the Wild Goose located at
4265 N Lincoln Avenue in Chicago. Their menu is stacked with great tasting stuff and they're pouring dozens of great flavors.
But it's those chicken wings that get almost all of the attention. You're about to see why.
Wild Goose has topped many Chicagoan's list of the best wings in town. They offer several different flavors like, BBQ, Chipotle BBQ, Teriyaki, Spicy Sweet & Sour, Chile Lime, or Spicy Pad Thai.
What's getting all the talk isn't those flavors, it's the special house-made topping that you can have poured on top of your platter of wings.
You'll need to tell your server that you'd like to have your wings served 'Wild Style' and they'll top them with their homemade ranch, nacho cheese, and secret seasoning.
Check out the Award-Winning chicken wings at Wild Goose Bar & Grill in Chicago
Chicken wings... another 'iconic' Illinois food.