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Who Has the Best Wings in Largo?

There's a bunch of wing joints in the greater Largo area, but whose wings are king?

Wings have never been as popular as they are now, with so many different varieties to choose from and so many different places serving them.

With that in mind, Patch decided to do a little digging to find the best wing joints in town. 

Take a look at some of our suggestions, and vote in the poll below to let us know where you go to satisfy your wing craving.

 Half-fried and half-grilled and coated with a special mayo-based sauce, Sports Shack might have some of the most unique wings in town. Like 'em or not, you gotta give the Missouri Avenue bar props for trying to do wings differently.

What better place to get wings than a bar that honors the Buffalo Bills? Although the Still is known more as a drinking hangout than an eatery, at least you can chow down on some wings while filling up on your favorite adult beverage and watching the game.

Although this 66th Street staple is known for other things, its wings are still a big reason why people keep coming in. One of the first places to offer the "naked," blackened option, its wings come in a variety of shapes (choose all drums) and sizes (5 piece to 50 count).

Quaker Steak & Lube. It may be just over the Largo line, but this Pinellas Park eatery is so into wings, we had to include it in our poll. Featuring almost two dozen flavors, from original to Thai to triple atomic, 'the Lube' is a true wing lovers paradise.

Known for its laid back, sports bar vibe, this Indian Rocks Road hangout is also pretty well known for its wings. Big, cheap and made with just the right flavor, Goose's kicks it up a notch when it comes to wings.

Boasting 15 flavors, including nuclear habanero and sweet samurai, plus the ability to mix-n-match, Wing Zone has one of the more varied wing menus in the area.

Although this family restaurant chain doesn't really advertise its wings, it's a little-known secret that it serves some of the tastiest wings in town. If you haven't tried them yet, there are a couple of these popular neighborhood establishments in the greater Largo area to choose from.

Great wings, big beers, plenty of flat screens and attractive young servers. No, they needn't say more.  

Cast your vote for Best Wing joint below. Voting is open until noon on Friday, and we'll announce the winner right here at 3 p.m. and present the winner with a Best of Patch certificate. Enjoy the wings!

Update: The votes are in, and the Largo Patch readers' choice for Best Wings in Largo 2012 is WingHouse, with 79% of the vote. Congratulations!

Bob Fischer March 01, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Niagara Tap by the Winn Dixie on Seminole Ave has the best wings... I love the garlic flavor and the Niagara Rub...
William Strong August 01, 2012 at 06:02 PM
Many of the mentioned "pubs" are great......but where do you get the best for the "buck." I hate to be over charged for 12-20 wings.
Jeffrey Rosenfield August 01, 2012 at 09:39 PM
Great question. I smell a follow-up post here, William!
chad redding August 17, 2012 at 03:31 PM
beef o bradys on walsingham that moved from clw-largo road and west bay has the best wings
kevin July 13, 2013 at 05:19 PM
well I guess i'll have to try Niagara tap but for the value gooses hands down 40cents a wing and try their house wings its a dry rub yum.

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