Hot wings, lemon pepper wings, this place has the best on the south side of town. Large wings with hot sauce that clings to the meat. The combo comes with a huge heap of crispy krinkle-kut fries, carrot and celery sticks, your choice of dressing, and a beverage. They also have the usual other foods for a place like this: chicken teriyaki with fried rice; fried fish platters; salads; burgers; Philly steak sandwiches; etc. Owned by a Korean family, the front counter is staffed by African-American women while Latinos do most of the cooking. Truly an international enterprise. From I-75, take the exit for U.S. Highway 80 / Eisenhower Pkwy. Go west to Pio Nono Ave. and turn right. I've only ever had the wings here, so that's all I can recommend. I knew this place had the best wings when I saw a crew of cooks from another wings place come in and order hot wings. 'Nuff said! You can dine in, but I get it to go because I live nearby. The atmosphere is nothing to brag about, but even when they're busy they move things along at a pretty good clip.
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