20 Places to Eat Wings in San Antonio That Are Far Better Than Hooters 

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Okay, we know nobody goes to Hooters for the wings, but just know that you got options. Here are some spots to check out the next time you're in the mood for wings but not the gals.
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Hurricane Grill & Wings
2611 SE Military Drive, (210) 333-4329, hurricanewings.com
There are more than 30 flavors to choose from, so be sure to visit plenty of times to taste them all. Plus, their bone-in wing special on Wednesdays offers these treats for 75 cents each.
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Blue Star Brewing Company
1414 S. Alamo St., (210) 212-5506, bluestarbrewing.com
Enjoy your wings with a large selection of craft beers, you just have to. Because how else would you spend a trip to Blue Star?
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Buffalo Wings & Rings
Multiple locations, buffalowingsandrings.com
Choose how you want them cooked, then your flavor and level of spiciness. With so many options, we bet you’ll be frequenting BWR more than you’d like to admit soon enough. Get started with the boneless Bourbon BBQ, and make them hot.
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Wayne’s Wings
2427 Austin Hwy., (210) 300-3891, wayneswingssa.com
If you ever thought of combining a funnel cake with a chicken wing, then you’ll love Wayne’s Wings. This innovative restaurant tops its wings with powdered sugar and cinnamon.
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Hot Joy
1014 S. Alamo St., (210) 368-9324, hotjoysa.com
Hot Joy’s deals are oh-so-hot with $6 wing specials on Wednesdays.
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Zinc Bistro & Bar
207 N. Presa St., (210) 224-2900, zincwine.com
Zinc serves duck wings topped with cojita cheese, cilantro and spiced nuts, for when you’re looking for something a bit classier.
Photo via Facebook, Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar
Charlie Brown’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill
11888 Starcrest Drive, (210) 496-7092, charlie-browns.com
If you’re craving wings and want to listen to live music, Charlie Brown’s is the place to be on Saturdays.
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Wing Daddy’s Sauce House
Multiple locations, wingdaddysusa.com
Wing Daddy’s has 75 cent wings on Tuesdays, so bring your appetite.
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Pizza Italia
3023 Thousand Oaks Dr., (210) 494-8646, pizzaitaliasa.com
Pizza Italia is the place to hit up during basketball season, with Spurs pizza specials that pair beautifully with their wings. Oh, and the eatery offer growlers for your beer consuming pleasure.
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Willie’s Grill & Icehouse
Multiple locations, williesgrillandicehouse.com
Want the buffalo taste without the work of eating wings? Try the buffalo chicken icehouse tacos. Or order up the basic wings appetizer (try the teriyaki sauce).
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Luther’s Cafe
1503 N. Main Ave., (210) 223-7727, lutherscafe.com
Of course Luther’s is on this list. With special events going on all the time and being open late every night, you’re bound to try the Wingalicious appetizer. Choose one of the funkier flavors like mango habanero or buffalo maple.
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Native Grill and Wings
3238 Wurzbach Road, (210) 233-1199, nativegrillandwings.com
Try the Native style strippers for something lighter. These wings are skinless, but are still packed with flavor.
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Tiger Wings
8210 Broadway, (210) 829-5000, facebook.com
For all you vegans, Tiger Wings offers tofu wings with a variety of flavors so you don’t feel left out at all the sports-watching parties.
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Deco Pizzeria
1815 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 732-3326, decopizza.com
Deco serves wings with a Deco district welcoming. Enjoy these tasty wings while listening to live music or participating in mic night for a side of culture.
Photo via Facebook, Deco Pizzeria
Whiskey Tree Bar and Grill
7905 Bandera Road, (210) 758-5376, whiskeytreesa.com
Yas! Whiskey Tree’s wing special is every Tuesday for half off wings. Make it an appetizer or an entree, just don’t miss this deal.
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Ray’s Pizzaria
Multiple locations, rayspizzaria.com
These Buffalo style wings never disappoint. Order up a basket — from six to 50 pieces! — of the garlic Sriracha wings if you’re feeling wild.
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Anchor Bar
4553 N. 1604, (210) 492-9464, anchorbar.com
Home to the original chicken wing, the Buffalo, NY-chain opened its doors in San Antonio earlier this year. Go the classic route and order up some traditional buffalo wings.
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Multiple locations, brewingz.com
Try the buffalo chicken sliders, or play it safe with traditional wings. With flavors like sriracha orange, you’ll probably go down that route. Oh, and you’ve got to try the pepperoni wontons.
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Kennedy’s Public House
19179 Blanco Road, (210) 764-1333, kennedysirishbar.com
This Irish joint, great for big parties, is known for its number one seller: wings. Order up a basket of traditional, grilled or boneless wings in a variety of flavors, from stupid hot to jalapeno honey.
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Wing Zone
Multiple locations, wingzone.com
If you’re looking for hot wings, you might want to try Wing Zone’s Nuclear habanero wings. Just remember to keep a tub of water or milk nearby.
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Hurricane Grill & Wings
2611 SE Military Drive, (210) 333-4329, hurricanewings.com
There are more than 30 flavors to choose from, so be sure to visit plenty of times to taste them all. Plus, their bone-in wing special on Wednesdays offers these treats for 75 cents each.
Photo via Instagram, rg_coupe

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