Four of us stopped in after a day at Whistler. We had some wings, the chicken breast with potatoes and the flat iron steak sandwich. All the food was good. The prices are reasonable. I would come back here again.
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My husband loves wings so our kids treated us for dinner to Wings. I liked the Wingerz more than the wings, but that was nice too. We tried the Bobby Wings and that was like fire - extremely hot. If you want to try it,...More
The scariest and most terrible day of my life here. I found a piece of glass in my 2 year Old's water. He was playing with it and had cut his little finger. We noticed there was Blood all over his fingers and brought it...More
Went to wings for the firs time when my Nephew took me after we came back from the US border. I ordered the Wild Mushroom burger and some hot wing, and a beer. I had the Okanagan Pale Ale and it was nice and cold...More
below average food, extremely expensive and never had i had 6-7 wings when advertised as a pound of wings... shocking.. heard great things from my family regards this restaurant but could;t be further from the reality.. $200 absolute waste. save yourself the hassle and a...More
Wings were not even hot (temp), there was not even enough lettuce in my caesar salad to give me 2 fork fulls. My husbands soup was lukewarm and almost $7 for a small bowl! $33 for a pitiful and disappointing meal. No more chances for...More
We met a friend for lunch. The prices were horrid. Bowl of soup $7, was cold. The old guy that seated us had the personality of a brick. Ordered chicken wings that were not hot and barely covered in sauce. My Caesar salad consisted of...More
This place probably had good intentions as a potential sports bar, but a pitiful competition to a much more professional Boston Pizza up the road.