Where to Order Super Bowl Chicken Wings in Westchester

The most popular wing spots in Westchester prepare literally tons of wings for Super Bowl Sunday, so put your orders in now.

It just wouldn’t be right to watch the big game without an order of chicken wings. But if you want your Super Bowl party wings to come from your favorite restaurant, you probably need to plan ahead. Here are the details on ordering from some of the most popular wing spots in Westchester.


519 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale; 914.472.9706

Around since 1955, count on Candlelight to keep it real for wing purists: Unlike most places, these wings are kept whole, with the flats and drumsticks connected for a total wing experience.

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Flavors: Mild, hot, extra-hot, Chernobyl, Datil pepper, barbecue, bourbon honey barbecue, dry rub, garlic parm, teriyaki, scampi, plain
Prices: $12.25 per 10 wings
Order details: Order ahead for pickup; cash only


1769 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.346.8820

This place has “wings” in the name, need we say more? They’re Korean-style wings prepared double-fried for extra crispiness or boneless.

Flavors: Soy garlic, barbecue, sweet & spicy, Buffalo, hot pepper soy, Thai sweet chili
Prices: six wings, $9.99; 10 wings, $15.99; 20 wings, $27.99
Order details: Order ahead for pickup by phone only; delivery via third parties


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Lazy Boy Saloon

154 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains; 914.761.0272

With their signature tequila citrus wings featured in Westchester Magazine’s August 2023 “All Things Wings” issue, Lazy Boy stays hard at work making winning wings.

Flavors: Buffalo, signature tequila citrus, honey barbecue, barbecue mesquite sesame, Jack honey, garlic Parmesan, teriyaki, Caribbean jerk, sweet bourbon Buffalo, habanero, honey chipotle
Prices: 10 wings, $13; 20 wings, $25; 30 wings, $37; 50-wing tray of one flavor, $65; 100-wing tray of one flavor, $125; only Buffalo-flavored wings include celery and blue cheese; add 75 cents for others
Order Details: Order ahead for pickup; no game-day delivery


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Maggie Spillane’s Ale House

571 Gramatan Ave, Mount Vernon; 914.699.8900

Flavors: Mild, spicy, teriyaki, barbecue, sweet chili, garlic and herb, garlic and lime, bourbon, jerk, chipotle, honey mustard, Cajun
Price: 10 wings (one flavor), $16.99; 20 wings (two flavors), $31.99; 30 wings (three flavors), $43.99; for all flats, add $2 per 10, extra sauces 75 cents
Order details: Order ahead for pickup or delivery; day-of orders are pickup only

New York Firehouse Grille

63 Welcher Ave, Peekskill; 914.788.0808

Flavors: With more than 60 flavors on offer, don’t blame us for not listing them all. But take note: The Buffalo wings run the gamut from false alarm and five alarm to “waiver,” requiring a signature. The eatery also offers a variety of dry rubs and dozens of other sauces, including honey barbecue, barbecue ranch, PB&J, pizza, volcano, plain Jane, Charlie Sheen, Guadalupe, Dad Jokes, Hawaii Five-0, French toast, bacon man, and bagel man.
Prices: 10 wings, $15; 20 wings, $28; 30 wings, $41; 50 wings (half-tray), $68; 100 wings (full tray), $130
Order details: Order ahead for pickup.


102 Fisher Ave, Eastchester; 914.961.0061

Polpettina brings out its wings for special events, and that means it’s a go for the Super Bowl. The Southern-style, buttermilk-fried wings with house-made ranch are chef-driven, says Katie Hyland of Polpettina. “These wings are super-crunchy and delicious, and it’s not your everyday ranch. It’s a chef’s thought-through ranch,” she says.

Also, the Eastchester restaurant offers pre-purchased tickets to their Super Bowl bash, including a DJ tailgate party, private viewing, and bottomless wings and other food and drinks.

Flavors: Southern-style, kimchi-style
Prices: Market price for half trays of 50 wings.
Order details: Takeout orders only; pre-ordering recommended but day-of orders are accepted.

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Rooster’s Wings & Brew

1 Baker St, Mohegan Lake; 914. 743.1797

The wings at a place named Rooster’s had better be good, and these don’t disappoint. In fact, you’d have to be chicken not to put in an order. Everything is made fresh to order, and there are more than 40 sauces and rubs from which to choose.

Flavors: Traditional, Southern-fried, and boneless wings with 30-plus sauce options (like Buffalo Parm garlic, jalapeno cheddar, mango habanero, teriyaki, and Carolina) and more than a dozen dry rubs (like mesquite, Caribbean, lemon pepper, and Parm garlic).
 $14.95 for 10 wings or 10 Southern-fried wings; $10.95 for 10 boneless wings; for the Big Game, buy 50 wings of any kind with a sauce or rub, and enjoy $5 off your order.
Order details: Pre-order for Super Bowl Day now through February 6; takeout only


2136 Boston Post Rd, Larchmont; 914.833.3317

At this no-frills, friendly, neighborhood pub, chicken wings and ribs are the big draw. On Super Bowl Day, it’s takeout-only for wings. “It’s a factory that day, a heck of a day,” says Joe Mauro of Sherwood’s.

Flavors: Classic Buffalo or BBQ flavors
Prices: Tray of 25 chicken wings for $40; includes celery and blue cheese
Order details: Pre-ordering with Joe at the bar is recommended, in person from 6 to 8 p.m. up to three days ahead (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday). Called-in orders are accepted on Super Bowl Sunday starting at 9 a.m.; pickups will be scheduled every half hour; the busiest time starts at 4:30 p.m., so the earlier the better.

Smokehouse Tailgate Grill

320 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.341.1655
587 North Ave, New Rochelle; 914.813.8686

Flavors: All chicken wing trays come with sides of both Nashville hot and Alabama white barbecue sauces.
Prices: 25 wings (half tray), $50; 50 wings (full tray), $100
Order details: Online pre-orders for takeout and delivery only, limited availability, pre-orders close at 5 p.m. on February 9; first come, first serve; $500 minimum for delivery orders, very limited delivery times.


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