Saturday, November 13, 2010

Whiskey's Wings

Most recently a large group of us went to Whiskey's Lounge on Portland St. in Dartmouth to enjoy some $0.35 wings.  There is not a lot of space in there and the group of us pretty much took up the whole place.  Also, since it is a small place, there is only one waitress, I felt a bit bad for her since there were so many of us, she did what she could but there were a few mishaps.

I ordered 15 with medium sauce on the side.  The sauce selection is pretty standard - honey garlic, mild, medium and hot (and suicide maybe, I can't recall).  The wings were not breaded but were overcooked a bit so they were extra crispy and not "visually appealing" (overcooked is better than undercooked in my opinion - see review below on Porters).
A little on the crispy side

Overall the wings were a fairly standard size but there were a few pretty small pieces mixed in (no wet naps available to gauge the size of those ones).  Once you were able to break through the outer crispyness layer the chicken did taste pretty good and wasn't all dried up.  Overall, I would have to give these a 3 out of 5.

Next wing night we are going to re-visit an old favorite to treat ourselves to the best wings.  The wing adventures have been fun thus far and there will be many more to come.  Please feel free to leave your thoughts on any places I've rated so far and suggestions for future wing nights are always welcomed ("Future Endeavors" tab on the top).  Thanks for reading and stay tuned for the next review.


  1. Hands down not even a comparison to any other place in HRM best wings. And i have been everywhere and live in Bedford lol. Go again

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