I enjoy the finer things in life, such as chicken wings and beer. I’ve created this blog to share my experiences with fellow wing lovers. My goal is to try as many different wing establishments as possible while rating each one. Feel free to leave any comments/suggestions. Enjoy!
I missed out on regular wing night since I had to work late, so I decided to try the wings at Mary Brown’s. I love their taters and gravy and I’ve been wanting to try the wings for a while, it’s kind of funny how such anticipation can lead to disappointment sometimes.
Wings by themselves come in three different offerings:
7 wings - $6.99
10 wings – $9.09
15 wings - $12.09
Breading: 2/5 – I really enjoy the breading on Mary Brown’s chicken but for some reason it didn’t really taste the same on the wings and the coating was a lot lighter with a much more greasy type taste.
Overall quality: 2/5 – The chicken was pretty dried out, not very meaty and didn’t have a whole lot of flavor, but it had the color you would expect a wing to have.
The pic makes them look better than they actually were.
Sauce selection: 1/5 – Mild, medium or hot, that’s not a lot.
Service: n/a – Not rated, standard place for walking up and placing your order.
Size: 2/5 – A lot smaller of a wing than I had expected. But there are smaller out there.
Not very plump.
Total rating: 1.75/5
I’m glad I’ve finally tried the wings at Mary Brown’s, but next time I go I’ll be sure to go with the two piece meal, taters and gravy. The wings were disappointing but I have to say they definitely have the best taters.