The 10 Best Spots for Wings in New Hampshire! By
No matter the season or reason, chicken wings are guaranteed to satisfy. Whether it’s a classic Buffalo wing you crave, or a smoky barbeque, New Hampshire’s best chicken wing joints have it. Take a tour of our 10 best wing spots in state, just bring an appetite and plenty of napkins!
The barbeque wings at Riverside are a must-eat for any wing fan. Smoked for three hours, dry rubbed, and fried, these tasty bites will keep you coming back time and time again.
Family owned and operated, USA Chicken and Biscuit is one of the best options in Manchester for an affordable lunch, made even better if you happen to be a fan of wings. Reliable flavor and friendly service make this one of the best in the Granite State.
Delaney’s is so much more than a hole in the wall, serving up tasty chicken fingers and wings alongside a diverse and delicious menu. Great place to watch a game or wind down after a day on the slopes.
Chicken wings of a slightly fancier origin, the Foundry shows what farm-to-table can do to a simple American dish. Sriracha and apricot glazed and served with marinated celery, the wings at this Manchester eatery are simply unparalleled.
Located in a repurposed church, Holy Grail of the Lakes is an offbeat eatery with excellent wings. Add 32 beers on tap, and super friendly service, and you have one of the most fun dining experiences in New Hampshire.
There is something about a day on the slopes that simply demands chicken wings. Enter May Kelly’s Cottage, a North Conway location with seriously good wings. Stop by Sunday afternoons to enjoy your feast alongside authentic Irish music.
Chicken wings are great, a fact our vegetarian brethren were heretofore unable to verify. At Thirsty Moose Tap House, the typical wing is made veggie friendly through the scrumptious substitution of cauliflower. If you just can’t shake that chicken frenzy, go for the excellent buffalo chicken dip.
Joe Peanuts’ goal is to make you feel like you’re in your own living room, and they exceed these expectations. Visit this Keene institution for huge wings, a selection of 22 house-made sauces, and a high-energy atmosphere.
With wings available regular or boneless, with any of 15 different sauces, Paisano’s has some of the best in state. Enjoy alongside equally outstanding pizza, or dedicate yourself to an all-out wingfest.
Though technically billed as tenders, the chicken bits at the Puritan Backroom are so good they need listing. They do offer buffalo wings on the appetizer menu, but true wing aficionados will want to skip forward to the tenders under entrees. Available fried or broiled, buffalo, spicy or coconut, the chicken at this Manchester restaurant will keep you coming back for more, more, more!