Best Wings in Utah!
Seriously! Fiona and I are self proclaimed chicken wing connoisseurs. Every place we go with wings on the menu, no matter how dumpy or popular the place, we get them if we haven’t tried them. Fiona loves the wings at Native New Yorker in Arizona and has sought to find a comparable wing without avail (and as an internet marketer I have to say Native has an awesome website). We were very excited to go to the Rocky Mountain WingShak and have since gone back and enjoyed it, but it wasn’t quite up to par…Not the local holy grail of wings we were seeking.
WasatchWingz is tucked away in an unassuming, older business park of Sugarhouse in the Salt Lake City Valley. To give you an idea of the caliber of wings they recently won The Rocky Mountain Wing Off. I’m not sure of the reputation of this group, but I definitely agree with them. We had the Spicy Citrus, Spicy Teriyaki, and ‘Honey and Hot’ wings, a half Wasatch Cheesesteak, and some of the most delicious fries you’ll encounter. After playing a round of foosball in the restaurant we sat down to enjoy our wings. First, the cheesesteak was fantastic. I’ve never had a cheesesteak so I can’t compare it with anything. It was just good. Fries, as I said, are heavenly — hot and crispy on the outside and soft and flavorful on the inside. WasatchWingz certainly knows their food! The chicken wings are, what I consider, perfect. The wings were crispy, saucy, wrapped around juicy meat! Mmmm!
WasatchWingz is located on 2020 East 3300 South in Salt Lake, on the south side of 3300 and all the way at the back in the corner. We have finally found the best SLC Chicken Wings, nay…the best in Utah! But we’ll keep looking. We’re looking forward to visiting Trolley Wing Company and WingCoop soon. If you’re ever in southern Alberta, Canada some of the best buffalo chicken wings I’ve had come from Rossco’s Pub in Medicine Hat.
Photo courtesy of Kelsey’s