Cheap wings to devour any night of the week in Montreal

Let’s face it, eating wings is messy. But if you’re part of the diehard legion of wing-lovers, you couldn’t care less. In fact, licking the sauce off your fingers might just be your favourite part. In a city that revels in pub culture, you can bet that those coveted wing nights are taking place practically every day of the week.

Buffalo Bill Wings

1
4084, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M5

With over 15 different kinds of sauce at Buffalo Bill’s, you can always go for their incredible honey barbecue sauce when you’re feeling indecisive. Never one to skimp on choices, they also have boneless wings for those days when you want your meat fast and now.

Icehouse

2
51 Rue Roy E, Montréal, QC H2W 2S3

One of the trendiest spots on the Plateau, this Tex-Mex wonder is only a tiny place, but their lines are worth the wait. Along with modern reinventions of the burrito and the taco, their chicken wings are simply to die for. You won’t find better anywhere else.

Triple Crown Dinette

3
6704, rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2S 3E9

This is Rosemont’s best Southern-style BBQ spot, hands-down. Their wing night is on Sundays, with set specials for the buffalo and jerk wings. Known for their quirky picnic décor, this unique resto gives you a blanket and basket, if you should like to eat in the park across the street.

Diablos Smokehouse Saloon - Restaurant Barbecue

4
3619, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2V5

For fans of anything barbecue-related, Diablos on St-Denis has one of the most impressive menus in the city. Come for the Southern-style chicken wings, discover the rest of their menu – including their extensive list of home-made cocktails – and stay to enjoy the party.

Irish Embassy Pub & Grill

5
1234, rue Bishop, Montréal, QC H3G 2E3

Irish hospitality at its best, you won’t want to miss Fat Tuesdays at this old-fashioned Irish pub, where you can get a beer and a pound of wings at rock-bottom prices. This friendly spot has a variety of flavours and a huge back terrace for soaking in the summer sun.

La Cage - Brasserie sportive

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1212, av des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Montréal, QC H3B 2S2

When hockey fans think of wings, they think of La Cage aux Sports. That’s because there’s a Cage located in the Bell Centre itself. That being said, you don’t have to wait for a game to indulge in their spicy wings; this growing franchise has eight locations around the city.

Restaurant Omma

7
51 Rue Ontario O, Montréal, QC H2X 1Y8

Located in the trendy Mile End district, head to Omma when you want your wings Korean-style. Called Dak Nalge Tigim, these sweet and crispy wings are marinated with sesame and Korean chili paste for some extra kick.

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