For the Chester County Wingfest, thirteen restaurants joined forces to raise money to benefit Family Service of Chester County. During this event, if anyone at your table ordered wings, a portion of the bill would go directly to Family Service of Chester County in the form of a donation. I felt this was a perfect time to show my support by (read more…)
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After a long day of hearing the combined sound of children laughing and screaming at the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA (which is not worth it, by the way), the family was hungry for some good food. And seeing how one of my readers, Mike S., called me out for not posting a review since May, I figured it was a good time to jump back in and see what kind of wings they had up there in the Lehigh Valley. So we planned our route (read more…)
The Good Dog Bar is not only known for its multiple framed photos of dogs on every wall, but also for its cleverly adapted food. Featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, Good Dog Bar takes comfort foods to another level with such items as Duck Pot Pie and Baked Mac & Cheese. So needless to say, I’m excited to see what they have done to elevate the classic Buffalo wing. (read more…)
Once again I found myself in Reading, PA looking for a new place to grab some wings. This time while in the west side of town, I decided to try out a place called the Canal Street Pub. From the outside, the building looked humongous and gave the illusion of a grandiose bar with multiple levels. But don’t be fooled, upstairs is actually a Khaki store and the bar resides only on the main level. It is still quite large and has a couple of rooms, though I found myself staying right in the main bar area because of its nice laid back feel. I grabbed a beer, picked up the Pub Menu and (read more…)
I was out in Reading again for work, and being that I had a bad experience at the Peanut Bar last time I visited Berks County, I decided to branch out and see where else I can go to rustle up some good wings. Dinner time was just around the corner, and out of a couple of choices, we ultimately decided on Flanagan’s in Shillington – which as luck would have it turned out to be wing night.
Flanagan’s is a local corner bar where, just like “Cheers”, everybody knew each other’s names. This low lit bar is a nice little chatty-hang-out with friendly bartenders, has Wing Night every (read more…)