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Enjoy the Best Wings in Westchester This Super Bowl Sunday

Photo by Sara Strauss

Not the neighborhood grill master? Head to these 2017 Wingfest winners and indulge in the best around without any of the messy prep work.

Westchester has no shortage of excellent chicken wings. Whether you tend toward traditional or belly up to the bar for boneless, we know you’re looking to add some to your Super Bowl celebration. Check out these winning wings from last year’s first-ever Wingfest champions!

Related: Here’s Who Took Home Trophies at Our First Ever Wingfest

Coal’s Pizza

131 Parkway Rd, Bronxville

Don’t let the name fool you, this grilled pizza shop with locations in both Port Chester and Bronxville took home the First Place Fan Favorite aware last year. For the big game, the Bronxville location will be hosting its own Super Bowl party from 5:30 to 10 p.m. For $50, guests will get unlimited pizza and wings, with select craft beers on tap, and house red and white wines. Call for tickets.

Rye Roadhouse

12 High St, Rye

These sneaky devils have been beating out the competition for years with their perfect balance of flavor and crunch. That dependability was codified this past year, when these wings were voted not only the Second Place Fan Favorite, but also the Judge’s Choice for Best Traditional Wing. Pick up a basket for yourself, or for call ahead for catering orders: Half and full trays are available for $49 and $99, respectively.

License 2 Grill

802 Commerce St, Thornwood

For something a little less traditional, try L2G’s famous “Sticky Licky Sauce” wings, which snagged the Judge’s Choice award for Most Creative wing. (Traditionalists will be more than satisfied by the varieties of Buffalo, BBQ, honey mustard, etc.) In-house and personal orders run $14 per dozen and $9 per pint of sauce (boneless or traditional) and include celery and either ranch or the L2G Signature Bleu Cheese dressing. For heftier orders, you can buy these wings by the half-tray (that’s fifty wings) at $45 a pop. Either way, just make sure you preorder at least 48 hours in advance to guarantee they have enough on hand for game day! (Minimum order for Super Bowl Sunday is two-dozen.)