Where to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day in Las Vegas

National Chicken Wing Day is July 29 and they definitely deserve a day to be celebrated.

Chicken wings are almost as popular as hamburgers and pizza. Americans consumed 27 billion wings in 2013 and ate 1.23 billion during Super Bowl weekend that year.

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck has special happy hour chicken wings with sauce of spices, chilis, ground peppercorn, oil, lemon juice and garlic. When plated, they’re garnished with rosemary and Chile de árbol. Five per order on the happy hour menu, $6.

Hooters is celebrating National Chicken Wing Day early by offering $1 wings to guests from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. July 27. They are also introducing the new Smoked Wings, which are traditional bone-in wings that are marinated overnight and then smoked low and slow over hickory chips. Order them seasoned with of the new homemade dry rubs -- Texas BBQ, Garlic Habanero and Jerk Rub, or get them with your favorite wing sauce. Don’t like sauce or seasoning? You can still enjoy them without - there’s more than enough smoky flavor to satisfy your taste buds.

You can also get 10 free smoked chicken wings when you buy any 10 wings on July 29.

Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken is celebrating at its locations in Downtown Summerlin and inside the Grand Bazaar Shops. Available daily, guests can enjoy favorites such as The Wing Man (two whole wings); The Wing Supreme (four whole wings); or The Royal Wing (six whole wings), to name a few.

Blue Ribbon Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas serves up a chicken wings appetizer with barbecue sauce and blue cheese.

Buffalo Wild Wings is also offering a special deal on National Chicken Wing Day. Fans can order a small order of boneless wings plus a side of fries for $9.99 and a small order of traditional wings plus a side of fries for $12.99.

Hearthstone inside Red Rock Resort is celebrating National Chicken Wing Day by offering $10 bottomless chicken wings on July 29. The restaurant opens at 5 p.m.

Biaggio Pizzeria's breaded wings are deep fried until they are golden brown. Hot or mild. Served with house ranch, bleu cheese or BBQ sauce.
 
The Black Sheep's spicy chicken wings are made with black garlic, tamarind sauce and fresh spring onion.

Boston Pizza's chicken wings can be ordered mild, medium, hot, extra hot, BBQ or teriyaki flavored. Boston Pizza has been serving food in Las Vegas for 35 years.

CraftKitchen serves maple bacon smoked naked wings covered with a sweet and spicy glaze. They are only served during CK Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday nights.

Culinary Dropout's Thai chili wings are made with cashew, toasted sesame, cabbage and lime. Cost is $12 per order.

Drai's Cafe at Drai's Beachclub slow cooks their wings before they are fried. Drumettes are then tossed in traditional hot or Thai chili, served with carrots, celery and ranch dressing.

Goose Island Pub offers plain, BBQ or hot chicken wings with wet fries and blue cheese dressing for $13.

Joe's New York Pizza's chicken wings are marinated in secret spices for 24 hours before they are baked and flash fried before serving. 10 different sauces are available.

Johnny Mac's jumbo wings are fresh, never frozen. They use Broaster Fryers and fry them in 100 percent rice oil. Johnny Mac is from Buffalo, New York, and claims he knows wings like no other.

Naked City Pizza's jumbo wings are served plain, mild, medium, hot and suicide (super hot). A single serving (10 wings) with fries is $12.95.

Public School on Tap's crispy naked chicken wings are served with buffalo sauce and blue cheese.

PUB 365 will be offering 50 cent chicken wings during happy hour, 3-6 p.m. and 11 p.m.-2 a.m. PUB 365 offers classic buffalo wings and honey maple barbecue.

702 Wing Spot offers several flavors including tequila lime, mango habanero, garlic teriyaki, honey barbecue and more. 

Spago by Wolfgang Puck will offer wings with international flavor. Their tempura-battered wings have a fish and white soy sauce with fresh lime juice and Thai chili seasoning, topped with toasted peanuts and herb mix.

Steiner's A Nevada Style Pub's chicken wings can be served plain, mild, medium, hot or hotter. Dip them in ranch, bleu cheese or even horseradish. Served with celery and carrot sticks.

Wing Nutz says its chicken wings are cooked fresh and have 75% fewer calories than fried wings. 18 house made sauces.

Wing Time will be offering free wings for checking in on Yelp.

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Downtown Summerlin has wings with a mixture of garlic, chili and jalapeño oil. Just before they are plated, the wings are seasoned with a salt and pepper mixture to coat the crispy skin. Pair with a side of house made buffalo sauce, and enjoy! Available during Happy Hour daily 3 p.m. to close for $8 or on the daily menu for $11, six per order.

Zuma Las Vegas offers sake-glazed chicken wings with sea salt and lime. 
 

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