National Wing Day is coming in hot! We have picked out some of the best places to nosh on this favorite bar snack on July 29th. From spicy to sweet, the restaurants below represent a wide variety of wings to satisfy all palates. Make your way around San Diego and find which wing does it for you!Pillbox Tavern in Solana Beach is known for its local surf vibes that pair seamlessly with its extensive list of 14 signature housemade wing sauces. Get saucy with wings tossed in Sweet Flame sauce, a flavor profile of honey mustard and sriracha that is sure to spice up your National Wing Day celebration.Check out Common Theory Public House in Convoy, a craft-beer haven boasting inventive menu items, including their Crispy Chicken Wings. Jumbo chicken wings are prepared with sea salt, cracked pepper and red chili flakes, a crunchy intermingling with a pinch of heat.Union Kitchen & Tap in Encinitas boasts a laidback setting paired seamlessly with Encinitas’ seaside charm. Try their Dry Rubbed Wings covered in your choice of KC BBQ or spicy buffalo sauce.For rustic ambiance and western-inspired décor, make Wood Ranch in Mission Valley your go-to for National Wing Day. Indulge in Killer Wings, smothered in your choice of fiery or buffalo sauce. A fun spot located in eclectic Pacific Beach, Pacific Beach AleHouse brings their signature Wings to the table. Have them tossed in your choice of thai chili, buffalo or BBQ sauce, as you bask in coastal surroundings only steps away from the foaming shoreline.Walk your way into barleymash with friends to share a basket of Oven Roasted Beer-Brined Chicken Wings. These bad boys are served with your choice of whiskey-buffalo, mango-mojito chili, bourbon-BBQ, teriyaki or naked. In the mood to kick it up a notch? Spice it up with the habañero jelly! Down by the beach? Sandbar Sports Bar & Grill should be on your must-visit list for wings. Take in the ocean air and coastal views from the upper deck while you and your buds snack on a basket of wings. The Crispy Natural Wings are served five different ways including buffalo style, Sriracha garlic, spicy BBQ, sweet chili or Jose’s spicy garlic-ranch. Mix things up at Miss B’s Coconut Club by stopping in for their Caribbean-influenced menu. Pull up a seat on the patio, order the Jerk Rubbed Chicken Wings and you will be Havana good time. These crispy and slightly spicy wings are served with two house sauces on the side, or tossed if you prefer. Roasted garlic cilantro aioli, Caribbean rum BBQ, chimichurri and jerk bleu cheese are just a few sauces from the list. For a classic wing stop in North Park, head into True North Tavern. Their Wings are all natural free range and served with celery, carrots and blue cheese. Diners have seven different options of sauces or they can rock these wings naked. Those who chose to go with the Sriracha garlic or buffalo, be sure to order a refreshing cocktail to like the Cool Cucumber to cool things down. Stop by Hillcrest’s favorite smokehouse and bar to try the wings off of Brazen BBQ’s menu. Award-winning pitmaster John Bracamonte offers his famous Smoked Wings to barbecue lovers. These are slow smoked and perfectly tender. Try from dry rubbed, buffalo sauce, B.R.A.G., or barn burner sauces to dress your wings. Pair with a side of Crusty Macaroni and Cheese or Collard Greens to make this a meal. Head into The Duck Dive in Pacific Beach for a tasty wing treat. These chicken wings are double fried in duck fat, charred with adobo sauce and served with a side of ranch mole. Have them tossed in house-made Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Sauce for an extra kick! Don’t miss out this National Wing Day and head to these San Diego hotspots for some of the best wings the city has to offer!
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