‘Hidden Gem’ place for amazing wings in Buffalo goes viral [VIDEO]
I love when the local restaurants here in western New York City get a national spotlight. It’s even better when the owners of the local restaurant are great human beings and deserve the praise they receive.
In case you missed it earlier this week, Barstool Sports Chicago and Pardon My Take podcast host Dan Katz was in Buffalo earlier this week and he was blown away by what he called the best. wings he ever had.
These wings were Wingnutz.
Wingnutz is a Knights of Columbus kitchen on Kenmore Avenue in Buffalo and they don’t technically even have a real restaurant, but Katz and her co-host are now determined to fundraise with a new t-shirt that will get Wingnutz. his own restaurant in Buffalo!
Ed and Alicia run Wingnutz and they were delighted with the love they received from a host of a national sports show and they even had a conversation with Katz.
They even recorded a Knights of Columbus podcast episode and Ed explained how they got to Wingnutz.
Ed and his wife Alicia started the business in 2005 when they experimented with wings for over a year before finally finding the right recipe for their wings, which are described as extra big, extra crispy and amazing. It started in their basement and eventually made it to their backyard.
After a few years they landed with the Knights of Columbus and have gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Now Katz is determined to help them get their own restaurant.
It’s amazing and if you didn’t have Wingnutz change that. It’s worth the hype.
WATCH: Here Are Copy Recipes From 20 Of America’s Most Popular Fast Food Restaurants
CHECK IT OUT: See America’s 100 Most Popular Brands
How many in America: from guns to ghost towns
Can you guess how many public schools there are in the United States? Do you have any idea how many billionaires might reside there? Read on to find out, and learn a thing or two about the cultural significance and legacy of each of these selections along the way.