Найкращі курячі крильця в Чикаго

Where To Eat Chicken Wings In Chicago Fall-Winter 2017

Це було чудове літо для Чикаго, але забудьте про осінні дощі і тумани, коли мова йде про улюблену осінню  закуску багатьох з нас: курячі крильця. Звичайно, різноманіття ресторанів в Чикаго означає різноманітні смаки крилець – від тих, котрі використовують ефіопські спеції, до кращих нью-йоркських, які використовують корейські глазурі.

  1. Barn & Company

Smoked wings are the name of the game at this Lincoln Park barbecue joint. They come in a variety of sauces and rubs. Also, Thursday’s all-you-can eat wing special is pretty spectacular.

950 W Wrightwood Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

(773) 832-4000


  1. Bird’s Nest

The people’s choice over near DePaul. This bar, as the name suggests, specializes in wings. They’ve got the traditional Buffalo (Bird’s Nest hot sauce), honey barbecue, barbecue and teriyaki sauces.

2500 N Southport Ave
Chicago, IL 60614

(773) 472-1502

  1. Buffalo Joe’s

This classic fast-food spot in Evanston spins their wings with pickled jalapeños if spice mongers need an extra kick.

812 Clark St
Evanston, IL 60201

(847) 328-5525


  1. Buffalo Wings & Rings

Though it’s a national chain, you can’t deny Buffalo Wings & Rings place among the city’s finest wings. The Bridgeport one is close to Sox Park, and there’s two suburban locations, too.

3434 S Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60608

 (773) 579-9464

  1. Cafe Orient 33

Cafe Orient 33’s Korean-Chinese menu has a separate section detailing its wing offerings. That shows how seriously they take their craft. They come in four sauces, including the Asian 3S.

4829 N Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60625


  1. Chicago Wings Around the World

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the flavor possibilities at Wings Around The World. They taking a Baskin Robbins approach with 34 flavors, trying to represent flavors around the…globe? If you’re feeling saucy, try the Cosmic Curry, but the Buffalo and Honey Barbecue are great versions of traditional favorites.

700 E 47th St
Chicago, IL 60653

  1. Cork & Kerry

They won’t burn your tongue off in Beverly, but Cork & Kerry’s wings are good-sized and the smoky barbecue iteration is flavorful.

10614 S Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60643

(773) 445-2675


  1. Crisp

Crisp introduced Korean-style wings to a larger audience in Chicago, and there’s great satisfaction in ripping into a massive Seoul Sassy wing that’s not too spicy nor sticky.

2940 N Broadway St
Chicago, IL 60657

(773) 697-7610

  1. Dak

The soy garlic wings at DAK give fans of double-fried wings much to be happy about.

1104 W Granville Ave
Chicago, IL 60660

(773) 754-0255

  1. Del Seoul

Del Seoul isn’t just about Korean tacos. They doubled down when they added wings to their menu, with a mild garlic, ginger glaze that makes these a winner.

2568 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60614

(773) 248-4227


  1. Estrella Negra

Wings aren’t supposed to be served with goat cheese crumbles, but the tamarindo chicken wings at Estrella Negra aren’t what you expect. Tamarind powers this glaze, and chives balance the flavor out.

2346 W Fullerton Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

(773) 227-5993

  1. Great Sea Chinese Restaurant

While everyone is going crazy about Southeast Asian-style wings, Great Sea has been serving tangy and sweet drumettes for decades. Despite the restaurant’s sale, new ownership has carried over the deliciousness and copied the techniques from Great Sea’s original owners.

3254 W Lawrence Ave
Chicago, IL 60625

(773) 478-9129

  1. Harold’s Chicken Shack

Most Chicagoans are aware of the prowess of Harold’s Chicken Shack. The wings take that flavor that comes from being fried in beef fat in small portions. Slather them in some hot sauce for a real treat.

1014 S Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60612

(312) 733-1401


  1. Hienie’s Shrimp House

The wings at Hienie’s, which has been around since 1947, really is a testament to the shack’s famed hot sauce, a bright orange concoction that’s available for sale by the bottle. These wings are battered and fried.

10359 S Torrence Ave
Chicago, IL 60617

(773) 734-8400

  1. Hopscotch Beer and Whiskey Bar

Venture out to the near northwest suburb of Franklin Park to Hopscotch. They brine their wings over night in a mixture that includes Goose Island IPA. They’re baked, but the wings are juicy.

Franklin Park, IL

  1. Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap

Levy Restaurants broke the code for chicken wings years ago when they opened Melnick’s with a very traditional take on the Buffalo wing.

41 E Superior St
Chicago, IL 60611

(312) 266-0400

  1. Kimski’s

The South Side’s Korean-Polish spot out of Maria’s Packaged Goods and Community Bar once again blurs the line between genres. These aren’t clones of other Korean wings Chicagoans will see around town. The Kopo wings have a nice smokiness and aren’t as crisp as pressure-fried wings.

960 W 31st St
Chicago, IL 60608

(773) 890-0588


  1. Marcellos Father & Son Restaurant

Father & Son has put out quality wings for years, with their spicy Buffalo style that has hints of vinegar and a solid burn. Don’t sleep on the Teriyaki glaze.

645 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60610

(312) 654-2550

  1. Mott Street

Mott Street continues to deliver in West Town, with their Everything Wings, one of the city’s most unique. The fried wings stay true to Korean tradition, but then go off road, with jaggery, dried chilis and poppy seeds.

1401 N Ashland Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 687-9977

  1. Mr. Brown’s Lounge

Jerk wings don’t get enough love in Chicago, but at Mr. Brown’s – the original in West Town or the one inside the Hard Rock Hotel in The Loop – dish some of the best in the city.

2301 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 278-4445

  1. Naha

Here’s a secret: River North’s Naha serves wings. They’re not on the menu, and you can even ask the staff at the fancy restaurant to make a to-go order. Don’t forget to ask for extra house-made ranch.

500 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 321-6242

  1. Output

The variety of wings at Output puts most spots to shame, with unique sauce flavors like lemon pepper and roasted garlic barbecue.

1758 W Grand Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(312) 929-2515


  1. Publican Anker

The Wicker Park spin-off of the the Publican comes with these surprisingly satisfying wings, which One Off Hospitality is making available via their Big Star and Publican Quality Meats catering arms for the Super Bowl. 1576 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 904-1121

  1. Reggie’s Rock Club

Yes – even a rock club with a vinyl store can put out good food. The barbecue flavor is the go-to at Reggie’s.

2109 S State St
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 949-0121

  1. Safari Lounge

The owners of the esteemed Demera Ethiopian Restaurant have crafted a casual lounge that mixes Caribbean flavors with pub food. Awaze is an Ethiopian paste of chilis, garlic, ginger and salt. Their wings come with the paste in honey or lime iterations giving Chicago one of its most-unique bites.

7124 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60626

(773) 856-0803

  1. Son of a Butcher by WHISK

The team at WHISK took over this Logan Square space earlier in 2016, and took their shot at barbecue fare. That gives these wings here a nice smoky flavor – one that will compensate for anyone who misses the wings from the now-shuttered Dinosaur Bar-B-Q. Try the mango habanero.

2934 W Diversey Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

(773) 687-9709


  1. Take Me Out

For folks of Great Sea’s wings, come to Pilsen where Take Me Out serves similar wings. That’s because it’s owned by the daughter of a former Great Sea owner. For those who like their wings crispier, Take Me Out is the solution.

1502 W 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608

  1. The Fifty/50

The Fifty/50’s wings are the Ivy League item of the set. The Buffalo-style sauce is aged for eight weeks, and the jumbo wings are hormone free.

2047 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 489-5050

  1. Uncle Remus Saucy Fried Chicken

Uncle Remus has three locations in the city and another in the suburbs.Their wings are crispy and batter-fried then smothered with a tangy and spicy sauce.

4650 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60639

(773) 227-1006

  1. Wonfun & 2fun

This new West Loop Chinese restaurant serves wings inspired by the classic Chinese-American staple. They’re a bit salty at times, but the cilantro helps cut through and it’s immensely satisfying to rip them apart.

905 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 877-5967