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Hungry for Buffalo Wings in the Twin Cities

AnneInMpls | Jan 19, 200603:19 PM     2

I've been re-reading Calvin Trillin on the origins of Buffalo chicken wings, and I need to eat some. But a road trip to the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, NY, just isn't practical. (Been there, done that - and they were great!) And I know I could make my own, but I'm lazy.

Where are the best authentic buffalo wings in the Twin Cities? They gotta be good, gotta be spicy, and gotta come with celery and blue cheese dressing.

Also, it's gotta be a non-smoking place, because I'm desperately allergic to cigarette smoke (which sadly halted my BW3 visits back before they were a mega-chain).

Thanks,
Anne

Link: http://www.geography.ccsu.edu/harmonj...

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