Wingstop (Irving, TX)

Apparently Wingstop’s Facebook advertising worked to gain them at least one customer. I already knew I liked them because I like (boneless) wings and french fries, and they have tasty versions of both.

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So with football season starting up, they were clearly making a push to be the unhealthy snack of choice for those of us watching TV, and after a week or two, I finally gave in and got the family pack. For $26, we got 24 wings, fries, celery/carrots, and some dressings.

We always go with the garlic parmesan wings and the hickory smoked BBQ wings. This time we added some plain boneless wings for my daughter and she was happy. I hear great things about the lemon pepper wings, but I haven’t gambled on those yet because I like the other two so much.

If you’re wondering why I prefer boneless wings, it’s because I like getting actual food for my money instead of half the weight of what I get being inedible bones, with the added effort of having to eat around the bones. It’s more work and the same money for less food, and that’s an equation anyone can figure out. Go boneless.

In any case, Wingstop was Wingstop. Delicious wings and fries and by the end of the meal, you’re feeling lots of regret for having consumed way more calories in one meal than anyone should. It makes for an enjoyable once-in-a-while meal; your taste buds will be happy and your waistline won’t.

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