None the less, our table filled up quickly, the Dons socialized, and a good time was had by all (some having a good time more than others :p) This was also an exciting day as our rez caught on fire. No one was hurt, but it was a fire that toasted a room, and myself, well I was exhausted from taking on a lot of responsibilities in relation to said fire. I needed a break, I was wing deprived, and I did what any good Fellowship of the Wing would do.
SIZE of WINGS: medium
WET NAP FACTOR: 3.5/5
PRICE: $6.99 a pound (approx 8-10 wings)
SAUCE CHOICE: mild/medium/hot/suicide/honey garlic
SIDES: veggies & dip or fries $2.50, onion rings for $3.50
DEEP FRIED, GRILLED,
BAKED, BATTERED: deep fried classic style
WING NIGHT: ???
I can't remember a lot about the wings. Were they good? They weren't bad. But they were not great enough for me to recommend how much they cost, what sauces they have etc. They were plain pub wings with a decent sauce, a tiny bite and a hell of a lot or room to improve. They were saucy and crispy which gets them points. Anything else to add? Not really. They did meet my craving but my overall response is "meh".
It was a great night because of the company I was keeping. As for the atmosphere, a place like this should not be so cramped. Or have a line up. Or have bouncers. The crowds were certainly not breaking down the place for the wings, but it does have a large patio great in the summer time. I should also mention that amongst our crowd was 2 individuals from the pub Pogue Mahone, and one such young lady suggested I check out their wings. That sounds like a great idea.
Mick E Fynn's
45 Carlton Street Toronto