Hot, spicy, BBQ...whatever your preference, if chicken wings were the player on a team they'd be the clear MVP - unbeatable, unmissable and irreplaceable. So for International Chicken Wings Day on Saturday July 29th we're taking this champion dish to the next level with two for one on chicken wings orders all day. It's simple as this, order any chicken wings dish from these restaurants below anytime during Saturday and you'll get two for the price of one delivered right to your door.
We've rounded up all these epic restaurants so you can start daydreaming about your weekend wing-feast from Deliveroo right here.
Great chicken wings are undoubtedly all about the sauce and Farmer Brown's don't leave taste to chance. Choose from the mouth-wateringly appetising Franks Hot Sauce, Cola BBQ or Sticky Ginger, Honey & Harissa, all lovingly adorned with celery and blue cheese dip.
No explanation needed with a name like that, Smokin' Bones serve up proper authentic BBQ grub with plenty to mix and match from. On the wings front, you'll be spoiled for choice between Oriental, White Alabama, Chipotle BBQ, Blazin, Feckin Hot or the intriguing Jameson Whiskey sauce.
Holy Smoke's renowned chefs and pitmasters John Relihan and Decky Walsh have been doing extraordinary things with meat since this restaurant opened a year ago, and needless to say, Holy Smoke's Pit-Smoked BBQ chicken wings are created with the same attention to detail as the rest of their deliciously addictive meat.
With a perfect crunch and sticky sweetness, Aroi's chicken wings are packed with Asian flavours to create that amazing savoury and sweet tangy taste. Grab them as a side to one of this restaurant's masterful stif-fry and curry dishes.
Southern-style comfort food with a Galway twist, Creole's food is delectably satisfying and there's nothing more classically Southern than a great big plate of Louisiana Chicken Wings with homemade hot sauce and Cashel blue cheese dip.
On the Pig's Back Eatery
Wings lovers, get your tastebuds around these! This sweet Capel Street favourite, which as the name might suggest specialises in all things meaty, is primed to serve up tenderly flavoursome buffalo wings that are simply undeniable.
Girl and the Goose
You wouldn't dare eat wings with a knife and fork so get stuck in with your hands to these beauties from Girl and the Goose in Dublin 4. Chef Michael Sabik adds a luscious twist to these most excellent of wings with a cool mango and yoghurt dip.
Absolutely no hot sauce in your bag required for Bobo's appetising flaming hot wings but don't worry, should your tastes fall on the slightly milder side they've also got you covered. Tuck into the BBQ or Sweet Chilli wings for a tasty alternative.
Depending on your sheer tolerance for heat levels, you can either decide to keep it relatively mild with "spicy" flavour or bravely raise the roof right through to "hell on a wing" with Uncle Pete's original NewYork-recipe buffalo wings.
The Bridge 1859
Step into this vibrant Dublin 4 eaterie on rugby matchday and you'll find some of the best craic in the city, but order an enormously filling plate of the famous teriyaki chicken wings anytime from The Bridge 1859 and you'll find your new spicy obsession.
Rooster Pil Pil
No prizes for guessing what Cork's Rooster Pil Pil do best, it's all in the name! You'll find juicy, tender slow cooked meats which are a must for any connoisseur and their grilled sizzling chicken wings are no exception either.
Bread & Bones
A Korean BBQ with crowd-pleasing combinations of Irish meats and Asian favourites such as kimchi and dumplings, Bread & Bones serves up proper food to get stuck into. Order these crispy chicken wings as a yummy side to one of the seriously good mains.
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