The 6 Best Restaurants to Order Wings in the Berkshires According to Yelp
One of my favorite items to order off any menu whatsoever is Wings! Luckily, if you're traveling anywhere in the Berkshires, there are plenty of great local spots where you can grab, not just Wings, but some really good Wings! And according to all the awesome 'Yelp' reviewers, which is pretty much anyone, we know where you can grab the best Wings in the Berkshires!
What are the 'Yelp'ers saying about the Wings in the Berkshires? They're the one's who ranked these great orders of Wings. Let's count down the best six spots for Wings in the Berkshires, according to 'Yelp'...
- 6. Locker Room Sports Pub
This joint in Lee is known for its familiar pub setting with local craft beers. The wings are another great menu choice with eight different flavors, ranging from Buffalo to Texas Dry Rub. Richard C. from Agawam, MA rated them five stars and had this to say about it:
Went and had wings on the 50 cent special, a beer, and played some Keno. I had a very good time and the food and service were very good.
- 5. Mad Jack's BBQ
This restaurant is open seasonally in Lanesborough. Their slow smoking process gives their wings its BBQ authentic smoked BBQ flavor. As you can see in the pic, their BBQ Wings are jumbo sized! They're either sweet or spicy BBQ, or Buffalo. Marie G. from Stephentown, NY rated five stars and had this to say about them:
I've had many a hush puppy in my day, but none compare to Mad Jack's. They, alone, are worth the trip. They come with honey butter on the side, fabulous! ...But then you have the wings with a tangy sweet sauce, the amazingly good mac-n-cheese, the catfish in a cornmeal coating...
- 4. The Well
In Great Barrington, you can go for grass-fed beef burgers, as well as premium whiskeys, while also grabbing some awesome wings! Their flavors are Buffalo, crazy Buffalo, garlic, sesame, garlic parmesan, BBQ, or teriyaki. Cathy D. in Great Barrington got right to the point with her review:
Small, but a great place for a burger and a beer. Wings were pretty good as well. Can't wait for the next trip.
- 3. Hangar Pub and Grill of Pittsfield
If you have ever been out and about in Pittsfield to enjoy a football game, there's a chance you have probably stopped into The Hangar. Not only do they have a wide selection of great local craft brews, but some of the best wings you could ask for while catching a game. They have a wide selection of over 20 flavors. Personally, I'm a big fan of the Cajun BBQ, but you really can't go wrong with any of them. Tom B. from Adams gave them five stars and had this to say:
Gone many times and the wings have never let me down and neither has anything else I've ordered. Drinks are good as well. It can get pricy, but in my opinion it's worth it.
- 2. Olde Forge Restaurant
This Lanesborough joint has 'Award-Winning Wings' to choose from off their menu and all are worth going back for multiple times. Liz A. of West Warwick, RI gave them five stars and had this to say about the spot:
...Then we had their Buffalo wings with ranch. The buffalo sauce was the perfect amount of spice and had a smooth buttery taste to it. The wings were a little too crispy in my opinion, but others seemed to really enjoy that aspect...
- 1. Cim's Tavern
If there's a hometown neighborhood feel in any spot in Pittsfield, it's at Cim's Tavern. It was even named the best dive bar in western Massachusetts just this past fall. And almost every review on yelp raves about their wings! Yaran S. from Tysons, VA gave them five stars and said this:
OMG the Cim's wings!!! So good! I did not expect much around this neighborhood but their signature wings are amazing! I was craving wings the other day so I found this place on Yelp. I just got wings to take away. The interior is not fancy but staff seem friendly and again, great wings! I may go back to try other food.
That's a pretty solid review for the top ranking joint for wings in the Berkshires. Regardless, you now have some options of where to go for the best wings throughout Berkshire County!
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