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The Best, Most Delicious Wings in Seattle

Hounds Tooth Public House
BB.Q Chicken
Sisters and Brothers
Stars in the Sky
Pioneer Square Drinks & Eats
Quick Pack Food Mart
Hue Ky Mi Gia
Lil Red Takeout and Catering
Ba Bar
Tat’s Delicatessen
Hounds Tooth Public House
BB.Q Chicken
Sisters and Brothers
Stars in the Sky
Pioneer Square Drinks & Eats
Quick Pack Food Mart
Hue Ky Mi Gia
Lil Red Takeout and Catering
Ba Bar
Tat’s Delicatessen

In the chicken wings arena, Seattle is the place to be! Whether you fancy grilled or deep-fried, saucy or crispy, Southern or Korean, Seattle’s chicken wing scene will sweep you off your feet! Craftily prepared for a perfect takeout or delivery dish, these wings are overly enticing right out of the fryer, and you’ll probably munch your way through, barely getting your order home. If you’re in town, we’ve rounded up below some of the best wings in Seattle, sure to satisfy your cravings.

 


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Hounds Tooth Public House

8551 Greenwood Ave N #5 Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 403-1464

The Hounds Tooth Public House is located in Greenwood and is acclaimed for its wings in Seattle, offering them tossed in Buffalo, barbecue, or sweet Thai chili sauce and served with Celery and Ranch or Blue cheese. Although this pub keeps it simple when it comes to chicken wings, they still hold up amongst the best in town. The pub is also famed for its divey vibes with classic and arcade pinball games, making the experience more eccentric and always enjoyable.

 


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BB.Q Chicken

4223 University Way Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 822-6338

The BB.Q Chicken (Best of the Best Quality) is an international chain renowned for its great Korean fried chicken wings in Seattle, irresistible for anyone who’s tasted it before. They have maintained a massive following for their chicken, cooked in extra virgin oil and flavored with mouth-watering seasonings and sauces. The available selections include honey garlic, teriyaki, and some fiery options. You might be surprised when people request to get the “wings of fire” at BB.Q chicken since it’s famous for its heat options. The eatery also offers alcoholic beverages available in their chicken and beer course.

 


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Sisters and Brothers

544 Elliott Ave W Seattle, WA 98108
(206) 283-2078

This spot’s one of the few remaining places to get authentic Nashville hot chicken around the city and has been overly popular, drawing lines of chicken lovers across town in Georgetown. Whatever your selection is, whether mild or hot or the insane heat level, you’ll be sure to enjoy the variety of spices and seasoning here. This eatery also has great cocktails, wine, and beer to pair with your chicken. What goes better than chicken and beer! 

 


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Stars in the Sky

23830 Hwy 99 Suite 121 Edmonds, WA 98026
(425) 582-8802

Located in Edmonds, Stars in the Sky is a Korean pub esteemed for its excellent Korean fried chicken. You can order it naked or seasoned with choices of Asian garlic, extra spicy, sweet and spicy, or honey butter garlic. The pub also allows dining in, takeout, or delivery via Uber Eats and GrubHub.

 


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Pioneer Square Drinks & Eats

314 2nd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 445-7472

Pioneer Square Drinks & Eats is another notable spot for sought-out fried chicken, offering whole chicken for big appetites. In addition, be sure to get the wings with maple Sriracha sauce which you can order separately or with waffles, the southern way. The Pioneer Square also has some fantastic sides for consideration, such as curry cauliflower, dirty fries with brisket, and smoked tofu hummus with vegetables. Holy moly! 

 


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Quick Pack Food Mart

2616 S Jackson St Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 328-2127

Quick Pack stands unrivaled in the south Seattle neighborhood, trying to keep up with the fast-paced developments in the area; hopefully, it will remain a formidable holdout for many years ahead. Their oversized, fresh out of the fryer, well-seasoned wings make an ideal grab-and-go snack that attracts many people in the Central District.

 


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Hue Ky Mi Gia

1207 S Jackson St Ste 101 Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 568-1268

Seattle’s full of fantastic eateries, but the Hue Ky Mi Gia is a lowkey Chinese-Vietnamese holdout and is famed for its fried butter chicken wings. The restaurant attracted many loyal fans with their flavorful, fresh food. The chicken wings are available for delivery via Uber Eats or DoorDash as well as for dine-in and takeout.

 


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Lil Red Takeout and Catering

4225 Rainier Ave S Seattle, WA 98118
(206) 760-2931

The Lil Red Takeout and Catering on Rainer Avenue is a modest restaurant where you can enjoy both Southern barbecue and Jamaican flavors. Although well known for its sizable and succulent barbecue wings, you can also order jerk-spiced wings, a party platter, or lemon pepper-seasoned and teriyaki options. There’s no wrong selection, and the explosive seasoning and sauces will leave you craving more.

 


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Ba Bar

550 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA
(206) 328-2030

Located in Capitol Hill, Ba Bar is a Vietnamese mainstay celebrated for its tasty chicken wings. They offer two types of wings: Sai Gon — made with local chicken, roasted garlic chili suace, caramel sauce, rice vinegar & fish sauce, and a weekly rotating wing. The place attracts many chicken lovers for their wings, going for 50 cents a pop on Tuesdays. You can’t beat that deal! 

 


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Tat’s Delicatessen

159 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
(206)-264-8287

Although Tat’s is renowned for its sandwiches, nothing comes close to their Buffalo wings, especially if you get the 12 pieces. Now that’s a meal worth every penny! You can get the wings regular or hot, and either way, you’ll get a side ranch or blue dressing and some crunchy celery sticks. Fabulous.