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The Best Chicken Wings in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / March 18, 2013

Chicken Wings TorontoThe best chicken wings in Toronto hail from a mix of sports bars, pubs and dedicated wing specialists, with a couple of spots introducing snack bar variations of twice fried, Asian-styled poultry to Hogtown palettes. Flavours and styles are as diverse as the city itself, broadening the criteria for best chicken wings beyond the usual pub standards more than ever. Whether they're breaded or naked; saucy or seasoned dry; baked or fried; these standouts all have at least one thing in common, they're lipsmaking, fingerlicking delcious.

Here are the best chicken wings in Toronto.

See Also:

The Best Ribs in Toronto
The Best Fried Chicken in Toronto

Real Sports Bar

Real Sports Bar

Take in the action at Real Sports Bar, where wings are served up by the pound ($15/LB, $28/2LBS, $52/4LBS) alongside an impressive selection of draught beers. The 14 flavours range from ankle skater (mild) to drop the gloves (suicide) and get inventive with options like Peking (hoisin glazed), Bacon Maple Mustard and house favourite, Thai Sweet Chili. More »

Hawker Bar

Hawker Bar

This Ossington Avenue snack bar is open late night, every night to serve up Singapore styled wings for $10 a pound. These wings differentiate themselves with golden, peppercorn and Chinese five spice crusted exteriors that pack in a whole lot of sweet and spicy flavours. More »

Tara Inn

Tara Inn

The jumbo fried wings at this Scarborough joint are so big you typically only get seven per pound ($8.95). The poultry is also delivered daily, ensuring absolute freshness and making for exceptionally juicy, meaty wings. Along with the standard mild, medium, hot, the smoked tequila lime is among the most popular of the fingerlicking flavours on offer. More »

The Old York

The Old York

The menu at the Old York Bar and Grill doesn’t major in wings, but the Jerk-spiced variety offered at this Niagara Street pub consistently draws praise from regulars. For $10.95, wings are baked to be fall-off-the-bone tender before being finished on the grill and served with a side of spicy yogurt dip. More »

Drums N Flats

Drums N Flats

This North Toronto specialist offers customizable orders of this favourite pub grub staple. Get them by the pound ($11.50) and choose from plump drummettes or juicy flats. Select from 12 sauces like burn-your-face-off hot and ragin’ cajun; then, customize with dry, wet or double dipped preparations. Obligatory veggie sticks are here too, served with a delicious creamy dill dip that most diners eat on everything More »

Allen's

Allen's

Allen's on the Danforth offers a bit of a twist with their Manhattan Capon Wings ($11.95) that come doused in sweet, spicy, or sour sauce and served with housemade blue cheese dip. These wings may not be for chicken wing purists but having perfected the recipe over the years they're still as mouthwatering and delicious as ever. More »

All Star Wings and Ribs

All Star Wings and Ribs

With locations in Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan, this family-friendly franchise has won over diners with plump, meaty wings that are always fresh and never dried out. Available in an overwhelming choice of 200 plus flavours (when in doubt order Caesar Does Texas), these guys have got you covered. Bring a big group ($30/30, $50/50, $90/100), or just bring a big appetite (single orders go for $11). More »

Hurricane's

Hurricane's

Hurricane's isn't a dedicated wing joint, but wings happen to be exactly where this Bloorcourt roadhouse excels. Grilled or fried, then painted with sauces like Cane’s Sweet Heat or homemade bbq, each order ($11/1LB, $20/2LBS, $29/3LBS) comes with shoestring fries or veggies and tangy blue cheese dip. More »

Crown and Dragon

Crown and Dragon

The kitchen at this bar slings wings by the pound ($11/LB) in novel flavours like apple cinnamon BBQ and sweet and sticky Classic Coke. Regulars know to order the hot and peppery, Dragon's Breath or diverge from the pub style norm with the fall of the bone, baked varieties like, Bollywood wings flavoured with tandoori yogurt and grilled to add a little char. More »

Einstein Cafe & Pub

Einstein Cafe & Pub

Students and wing enthusiasts alike flock to this pub opposite UofT for cheap pitchers and orders of saucy, jumbo wings served for a buck a pop (when you order them 10 at a time). Here, mild and medium are options entirely absent from the menu of familiar flavours, so if you can't handle the heat you best opt for honey garlic or have them mix it with BBQ (that's their thing). More »

Bistro on Avenue

Bistro on Avenue

Bistro on Avenue owner, Louis Nemes champions the same old-school wings he’s helped perfect over the last 40+ years as the founder of both the St. Louis franchise and chick'n deli. Here, a single order ($9.95) comes tossed in tried and true flavours that run the gamut of hotness and come with wedge-styled fries. More »

Discussion

114 Comments

wing addict / March 18, 2013 at 10:57 am
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Just wanted to make sure that realsports was number 1. this list appears to be accurate, although I would say auld spots drummies definitely belong somewhere in the middle to top of this list
APOW / March 18, 2013 at 11:10 am
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ALL STAR Y U NO FRANCHISE INTO CITY?
Rob / March 18, 2013 at 11:12 am
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Boy do I miss Cadillac Lounge cheap wings on Monday nights....
Greg / March 18, 2013 at 11:19 am
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Sorry, Duffs is consistently the best buffalo stlye wings in Toronto. This list is fucking bogus.
Christopher / March 18, 2013 at 11:31 am
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A-OK, NO CONTEST
Kent / March 18, 2013 at 11:33 am
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No Toby's? Cammmman!
Thomas / March 18, 2013 at 11:34 am
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I don't know how you could exclude Duff's from this list.
Judy / March 18, 2013 at 11:35 am
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Greg said it. Where is Duff's?! They have, what I call..real chicken wings. Big, juicy wings with the most flavourful sauces.
Kip Winger / March 18, 2013 at 11:42 am
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shhhh...don't tell anyone but the best wings in Toronto are at King George's Arms. It's a quaint little pub in a small plaza at Victoria Park just north of the 401. The Best. Hands down.
Justin / March 18, 2013 at 12:04 pm
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You folks forgot VIPs Billard Bar. Best wings I've had in ages. Good proportion, great flavours, and awesome atmosphere. On top of that, if you go there during lunch, there's a wings combo special where you can get a pound of wings and fries for around $5.

Definitely a top 10 contender.
Stu / March 18, 2013 at 12:07 pm
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Real Sports wings are pretty darn good; MLSE-owned or not. hah.
Joe / March 18, 2013 at 12:08 pm
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Wait, where's Wingporium on Islington?
B / March 18, 2013 at 12:20 pm
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No Duff's and Real sports as #1? worst list.
Darren / March 18, 2013 at 12:39 pm
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The exclusion of Duff's is an utter travesty and renders the rest of this list meaningless. Bistro wings are basically the same you get at any St. Louis place. Crown & Dragon is way too low.
Cyril Sneer / March 18, 2013 at 12:55 pm
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I dunno what the general consensus is but I've always thought the Dog's Bollocks on Queen W. has excellent wings.
andy343849 / March 18, 2013 at 12:55 pm
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Barque BBQ's smoked dry rub wings are probably some of the best I've had in the city. The flavour permeates the meat - unlike Duff's that has no flavour if you take away the sauce - and they are meaty and slow-smoked to perfection. The omission of that from this list only shows how incomplete and unreliable it is.
Robert / March 18, 2013 at 12:57 pm
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This is a blogto food review, Conspicuously absent as usual is anything east of University Ave and south of Bloor.
lister / March 18, 2013 at 01:00 pm
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The girlfriend quite likes the smoked maple wings at Indie Alehouse.
The Chiefer / March 18, 2013 at 01:14 pm
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For all you Duff's fans, if you're speaking of the one in one of those Tonawandas, then point taken. Otherwise, just go to the Cheifer. Same (or better) wing but much better grimy surroundings.
CLUCK / March 18, 2013 at 01:27 pm
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PETER'S CAJUN WINGS + DIPPING SAUCE

THE END.
kristopher_w / March 18, 2013 at 01:29 pm
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probably the 4th person to mention this, but, No Duff's on this list ?

that is an insult
missymiss / March 18, 2013 at 01:45 pm
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Barque wins hands down. Try it you'll agree.
ajc33 / March 18, 2013 at 01:51 pm
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Betty's on King has some of the consistently tasty wings in the city. They are always large, moist, crispy and the honey garlic with a side of hot sauce is a killer combination.
TommyLikeWingy / March 18, 2013 at 01:55 pm
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Rose N Crown.
mistralwind / March 18, 2013 at 02:06 pm
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Hello: the Wheatsheaft! Come hungry, come often!
V.A.C. replying to a comment from Greg / March 18, 2013 at 02:06 pm
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No Duffs on list = cannot take list seriously.

Real Sports wings are pretty good, but expensive as all fuck, therefore not really nearly worthy of #1.

Duffs are #1.
evan / March 18, 2013 at 02:34 pm
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Duff's is way up top for me, on a good day. Had lots of consistency problems with them though. The best chicken wings I've ever had though are the butter chicken wings at 3030 Dundas West.
Jay / March 18, 2013 at 02:36 pm
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Tandoori wings at the Tara Inn are awesome. Also do a dry jerk which is great.
The Chiefer / March 18, 2013 at 03:20 pm
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@Jay The dry jerk.. had almost forgotten. Pure magic.
Bill / March 18, 2013 at 04:19 pm
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Yep, Allens makes a damn fine batch of wings. The colour of a pint of Guiness and just as tasty.
Gabe replying to a comment from Rob / March 18, 2013 at 04:35 pm
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Does Cadillac Lounge have cheap wings on Mondays?

It's in my neighborhood, never been, but love a good cheap wing night.
adam c / March 18, 2013 at 05:17 pm
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girls clearly no nothing about chicken wings

this list is an embarassment
dr.fever / March 18, 2013 at 06:47 pm
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No Duff's + no Wheat Sheaf = list fail.
RP / March 18, 2013 at 06:51 pm
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No Sneaky Dee's?

Rhino also has/had great mados wings, but i havent been there in a while so i have no idea what the menu is like now...
marpal / March 18, 2013 at 07:53 pm
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Isn't south Etobicoke part of Toronto? If it is, then you missed a big one...Sloppy Joe's on LakeShore Blvd.
Joe replying to a comment from Greg / March 18, 2013 at 08:52 pm
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+1
WJ / March 18, 2013 at 08:53 pm
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King George's Arms? are you f-in kiddin me? Is the owner writing on here? Please stay away from that crap hole. Went there once after reading a review online. The crap Indian cook in the back (I'm Indian too), burnt the wings, they were so tiny, absolutely dry, tasteless and far too expensive. I've eaten many wings in many places and these were by far the WORST!!! The place is a s**t hole and the night I went to do a take-out on these wings, there were 3 tables occupied. 1 person at 1 table and 2 couples at the other 2 tables who already had their stuff when I got there. The actual bar area was completely empty as I sat there and waited. I waited exactly 54 minutes for this horrible order. Horrible service, horrible food, the cheesecake slice was more of a sliver than a slice. No wonder the place was f-in empty on a St night.
Wings fan replying to a comment from Greg / March 18, 2013 at 09:13 pm
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+100000...the person who drafted this list is OUT OF THEIR MIND.

This list tells me All-Stars is better than Duffs? All star wings are small, tiny and an absolute rip-off.

DUFFS by far is the best and most consistent place for wings.

You are absolutely right - this list is absolute crap.
SlimJim / March 18, 2013 at 09:42 pm
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Can anyone verify the quality of Einstein's wings?

I have heard bad things but live down the street and am always looking for a new place to get my chick'n-wang-thang on.
v79 replying to a comment from SlimJim / March 18, 2013 at 10:39 pm
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SlimJim, they've been consistently really good since the place opened. Big and almost always perfectly cooked. They should probably be in the top 3 of the list. The hot wings are fairly standard, but the standout flavours IMO are their cajun and "hammer" wings (which isn't on the menu, but is a mix of barbeque and honey garlic that works extremely well).
C / March 18, 2013 at 10:50 pm
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Barque, by far, has the best wings in the city in terms of freshness, taste, and juiciness. If it wasn't so far from my house, I'd be there all - the - time. I thought a friend of mine was exaggerating when they told me that Barque had amazing wings. I was pleasantly surprised.

If you want SIZE - Puck n Wings has HUGE wings. Not necessarily the best tasting, but they're bleepin' huge.

Drums n Flats is a great idea, but I wasn't blown away by their wings.

Wheat Sheaf has a pretty great cheap wing night and they're decent.

Crown and Dragon is also pleasant.

Still need to try Real Sports.

My two cents. Meh.
SlimJim replying to a comment from v79 / March 19, 2013 at 03:15 am
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Thanks man, I appreciate it! Will check them out.
nom replying to a comment from Rob / March 19, 2013 at 10:08 am
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Had 'em last night at the Caddy. $0.50 each. First batch was great (early evening).
Wil / March 19, 2013 at 11:49 am
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Chris? Let's do this.
nate / March 19, 2013 at 12:57 pm
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I have yet to have good wings in Toronto. Too many places focus on exotic flavours and fail miserably at the basic Buffalo Wing.

Memaw / March 19, 2013 at 04:24 pm
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Guys, the best wings in the city are found at Bistro 422 on College. Seriously. Go. NOW.
jy / March 19, 2013 at 11:56 pm
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DUFFS +1
krishan / March 20, 2013 at 12:12 am
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I scanned this list and did not see Duffs , how is that possible? I havnt been to all but I've been to a few on the list and not having Duffs up there is a joke.
Fallerboy / March 20, 2013 at 01:57 pm
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No Duffs!!!!!!! What B.S. They have by far the best wings in the city! Real Sports on the other hand is garbage. Went there a few months ago and thought the wings were a travesty. Suicide sauce was very mild and tasted like curry. Would never have wings at Real Sports again.
Veronica replying to a comment from SlimJim / March 20, 2013 at 05:29 pm
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I used to go to Einstein's all the time but now its TERRIBLE. It got more expensive and now everything comes out burnt. Only worth going to for cheap beer.
How is a buck a wing a good deal?
Einstein's go back to how you were 3 years ago.
wingnut / March 21, 2013 at 05:30 pm
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duffs yeah taste like buffalo's crap
go to Sloppy Joe's on Lakeshore (long branch)
then start talking wings

I'm in Calgary now and you boys down there really need to get out here to Mug Shots bar and grill
Best in Calgary I know it
Wingsaregood / March 22, 2013 at 11:15 am
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Duffs is just glorified hot sauce and I'm surprised that Real Sports is #1. Wings are a personal preference - as you can see from all the other suggestions on these pages; however, I'd highly recommend to actually go to Buffalo's Anchor bar and try the wings that started it all. You'd then realize that real Buffalo wings reside in Buffalo. Toronto has some great versions and places to go, but just not the real deal.
uberfangirl / March 22, 2013 at 11:29 am
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Great wings are definitely a bit subjective - I love a crispy wing with bold and tangy sauce. For me, that's Puck n Wings' Baton Rouge or Pogue Mahone's Canadian Eh!
mikey p / March 22, 2013 at 08:28 pm
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Duffs not being noted makes this list useless... Buffalo wings are the standard... This fusion garbage is exactly that...
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sharky77 / March 23, 2013 at 01:26 pm
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Really no duffs or Anchor bar ....the restaurants that started it all didn't even make the list.
Stein / March 23, 2013 at 03:25 pm
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I like the fact that there are a bunch of new places on this list and a wide variety of wings. The list is for "The Best Chicken Wings" NOT the best "Buffalo" style chicken wings. I have been to Drums N Flats and the wings are great, Bistro has been a staple for over 20 years and the wings at Real Sports are really good but way too expensive just like everything else on the menu.
Duff's are good but the wing itself is too big, kinda grosses me out. Looking forward to trying out all these other places!
Gabe / March 23, 2013 at 09:46 pm
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I STILL ALWAYS VOTE #1 FOR THE WHEAT SHEAF!! BEST WING AND GAME NIGHTS!
Pete Peterson / March 23, 2013 at 11:10 pm
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did real sports change their wings? they were beyond awful when they first opened.
Wing Master / March 24, 2013 at 04:48 pm
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This list is accurate folks. Those claiming Duff's belong's on this list are the same people that think the McRib is delicious. Duff's is the McDonalds of wings. They USED to be good, but they have cut corners over the last 10 years. Just because you have newspaper clippings hanging on your wall saying "duffs #1" doesn't mean everyone is a fan. You guys enjoy your hormone and steroid chicken mutations at McDuffs.
Me / March 24, 2013 at 08:34 pm
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241 Pizza.
d / March 24, 2013 at 10:50 pm
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I've eaten my fair share of Einstein's wings. They're big and delicious.
Bart / March 25, 2013 at 02:01 pm
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Court Jester, Pape and Danforth. Great portions, great sauces. EASILY the best wings on the Danforth!!
Thomas / March 25, 2013 at 11:42 pm
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Monday Night its Wing Night at Cadillac Lounge tonight! $0.50 Wings!!!!
Fabioh / March 27, 2013 at 01:02 am
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RS has some sick wings, but to exclude Duff's is pretty bold. I do have to agree that Barque has some tasty treats, and should be on the list as well. They're brisket is beyond next level of tenderness matched with sauces... But that should be saved for another thread ;)

Fabioh / March 27, 2013 at 01:04 am
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Oh, how could I almost forget, WHEAT SHEAF forever! !!
The Baron replying to a comment from Robert / March 28, 2013 at 02:49 am
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Umm, the Tara Inn #3 is in Scarborough...thanks for coming out though.
The Baron replying to a comment from Robert / March 28, 2013 at 02:55 am
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Also to everyone whining about the list (and as a Duff's fan I am a little shocked), there was voting a few months ago, Wheat Sheaf and Duffs were on the list to be voted for, seems all you fans forgot to vote. And my prior comment was directed to Robert complaining this is all downtown centric.
lincoln / March 31, 2013 at 10:04 pm
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Why is this only downtown? You yuppies have never had wings bbq in an oil drum over charcoal onn the sidewalk. If you tried "slumming" and came to Weston rd. you could have the best wings. You may lose your shoes though
Johnny / April 1, 2013 at 12:08 am
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WHEATSHEAF!!!!
v79 replying to a comment from The Baron / April 1, 2013 at 12:57 pm
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The "best wings" vote actually appeared in two polls (once in October, and then again in January), and I'm pretty sure some of these places weren't even on the first list. BlogTO should probably explain if these two votes were combined, or if only the second one counted. Based on the unconventional establishments that placed well here, it breeds suspicion that there may have been a conscious push to have the results of the original October vote amended.

As for the Duff's omission, they're good, but just about as generic as you can get for wings. Nothing special at all.
Ryan Petch / April 2, 2013 at 08:57 am
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The fact that this list doesn't have Duff's means its a joke.
CrackAddict / April 9, 2013 at 06:49 pm
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All of you who suggest duffs have Tyrone biggums syndrome! Their wings are ok at best, and their Tuesday night "special" is a joke!
Jerry / April 16, 2013 at 10:44 pm
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All Star Wings is garbage. How did this make the list?
Numba1luvr / April 16, 2013 at 10:46 pm
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No wing emporium, really!!!! Real sports is at the top... Really
Steve / April 18, 2013 at 10:24 am
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I had the smoked wings at AFT bar in Leslieville last night - AWESOME!!! highly recommend.
Wings are GREAT replying to a comment from Wingsaregood / April 18, 2013 at 05:02 pm
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Really? go to Buffalo for Buffalo wings? That's not exactly taking a strong stance. Next your gonna tell me that their is no good pasta in Toronto and that I HAVE to go Italy for good pasta!

Crown and Dragon are the best wings in the city. Its science! FACT! Can't argue with that!

Ben
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Unterhaltung für Betriebsfeier / April 27, 2013 at 08:08 pm
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Not so negative. Intriguing points right here
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Debbie / May 13, 2013 at 02:42 pm
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I recently had Scotland Yards wing before a Leaf game and they were really good. Gabby's has good wings too.
Wingnut / May 15, 2013 at 04:36 pm
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Am I the only one who finds Duff's gross? The not so little sploosh of searing hot rendered fat that shoots out when you bite into them? Nasty, ruins the flavour of the sauce. Best wings in my opinion sadly are not in the 416, you need a 905 pass to get there: California's Demetrios in 'Suaga. Ignore the ambiance and revel in what real wings should be.
Wingman / May 16, 2013 at 01:43 am
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Cant say i agree with this list at all, you guys obviously aren't wing enthusiasts. Real Sports really? There good don't get me wrong but way over cooked, inconsistent, got some terrible flavors ( Bacon maple mustard ect.) A-OK? while interesting angle for the wing, this is exactly what people don't want from wings. You guys need a major redo on this and please don't include places with one flavor of wings, or if you do it better be, HOT!
Greg Simerson / May 26, 2013 at 01:02 am
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Worst Wings, Boston Pizza hands down.Rip off in price. Kelsey`s next. Amigoes pretty good for size ,quality and taste.They are in Highland Creek in Scarboro. Try them.No I am not the owner buta customer who likes good wings.
Andrew replying to a comment from Greg / July 8, 2013 at 12:24 pm
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I 100% agree with you. I just clicked to see the list and was so surprised they weren't on the list. Classic Buffalo style wings is the ONLY way to go.
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Dan / July 17, 2013 at 08:40 pm
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Einstein's doesn't deserve a spot in this. I don't find their wings 'the best' from what others have to offer.
CuttyNYC replying to a comment from Greg / July 18, 2013 at 09:35 am
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Once a blog gets popular, the authors and the owners of said blog usually get paid by the entrants of so-called "top ten" lists or similar. No Duff's on this list? Duff's didn't pay the bloggers to get on this list.
Jenny Hin / July 18, 2013 at 10:11 am
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Why do people keep mentioning Duff's? The wings are terrible there and that's why it's not on this list.
Moosen / August 27, 2013 at 11:36 am
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Duffs is good. Big meaty wings and tasty sauce.

Wingporium is terrible. Tiny wings and horrid service.

Sloppy Joe's is terrible. Big wings but not much taste in both wing and sauce.

Bistro & Einstein's are both average at best.
Big Willie D replying to a comment from Greg / September 14, 2013 at 05:00 pm
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Agreed. Duff's is the best. I can't say I've tried all of these places, but I've been to most, and none hold a candle to Duff's. In fact, I finally got to Ein Stein's, which many have touted as the best; but, while the wings here are big, the sauces are lackluster, and the bar itself is filthy (the bathrooms are unbearable).

None of these places are the total package like Duff's - good location, great service, giant wings, selection of sauces (especially for those who like real heat), top notch sides (fries, rings, poppers, frickles) and immaculately clean! Duff's is the best.
Big Willie D replying to a comment from Greg / September 14, 2013 at 05:01 pm
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Agreed. I've been to most of these places, none hold a candle to Duff's.
Numba1 / September 16, 2013 at 02:06 pm
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Real sports. Really. No Duffs. Really. No Wing Emporium. Typical hipster blog!!!
BuNdO / October 22, 2013 at 03:52 pm
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Tara Inn Eglinton have the best wings I have ever had. I have tried many on this list and any one of my wingnut friends would only agree that the Tara Inn Eglinton have the absolute best wings. Until you have tried them, shut it.
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Tim / October 25, 2013 at 11:25 am
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Get out of downtown! Wing Emporium on Islington!
Bort / October 28, 2013 at 09:36 pm
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Your list is a disaster. #1 is Duffs at Bayview. Period.
sunny / October 30, 2013 at 11:31 am
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allstars and duffs have the best wings!
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Grant replying to a comment from Greg / November 29, 2013 at 11:40 pm
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I went to Duff's with high expectations - I received dry, overcooked wings with Frank's sauce -very disappointing.
chefaholic / December 1, 2013 at 08:45 pm
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I ate Duffs wings for the first time today in a take out from the Bayview location. They were dry and tough and tasteless. I have had better wings from pizza places that also sell wings. It was a big disappointment given that many people think they are so good. My mother used to do wings long before they were even a popular item, in the days when fresh wings at the grocery store were very cheap because people only used them for soup stock. Really Duffs is hardly a choice for really good chicken wings. I wouldn't eat there again. Just a terrible waste of money. Dry dry dry and tough tough tough.
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chauncey / December 22, 2013 at 03:10 am
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Centro Pizza and Wings is the best secret on the come up! Not in the best location, but the location in my mouth that recognizes great flavour has it google mapped! Great price all the time @ $.50/wing! Came from traffic court and had to be cheered up! So I took my nephew and 3 kids. Now I'm the great uncle. Check them out and look for them on the next list!!!
sloppy joes / January 23, 2014 at 01:35 am
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It was very delicious best chicken wings meals I call..real chicken wings. Big juicy wings with the most flavourful sauces.
Prashan / January 24, 2014 at 03:57 pm
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Baked with their special
robin / February 3, 2014 at 03:59 pm
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Might I add a vote for Sloppy Joe's on Lakeshore W. Excellent wings, although they could use some variety in flavours. But if you like traditional mild, medium, hot, honey garlic - give it a shot!
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Jon / July 6, 2014 at 06:09 pm
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What, no Hooters?!
Alexander / July 6, 2014 at 06:31 pm
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GRR LIST GRRR LIST! Even though the list is based on nothing more than an absurdly small sample of people who vote via twitter and it's not accurate in any way shape or form GRR! How dare you exclude X! GRRR
Chef just me / August 6, 2014 at 06:08 am
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I have love wings from the age of 10 when my dad and a friend opened the first wild wing in barrie ontario and i know how many people change there wings from 9/11 size to 9/16 size with no care to the people that are real wing a thing lovers,,,its sad but true I am a real Chef and take pride in all i do and i just started an amazing chain of REAL places to enjoy the best food and wings ever heres a back held storie for the best wings ever,, send me an email to culinarycreations03@gmail.com and ill tell you how to make the best wings ever for free im all about telling people how to do it themselfs and its terrible to hear terrible storries about wings (its my fav food) if not blanched propery and dusted then time finished they can totally suck and you need the right size of wing plus temp and set to make them perfect,,,,for fun try a gar par wing for all those that love caeser facts,, blanch your wings at 350 for 7 mins then cool after cooling process drop back in at 350 degrees for 3 to 4 mins to fin cook put in a stainless steal bowl some reanes caeser dreasing (the best ever) add a dash of back eddies seasoning salt, a spritz of fresh lemon, a dash of fish sauce, and a hit of worchestershier then roll, and fresh grated parm cheese or asiagio to your liking and serve with a crustini garlic medailion or caeser salad and naturaly a xxx dirty martini or any fun cocktail you like and BAMMMM dirty gar par wings 😍 if any questions on the over 100 wings i do say hi and if any one wants real crazy hot sauce homemade that sits in a real brine with 7 different peppers and is trully a hot sauce of the real then email me ill send you a free sample for all the insane heat lovers that love the heat but full flavor,,,Cheers to all and love da tastes all the world can offer,,,CHEF Steve
Chef just me / August 6, 2014 at 06:36 am
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One last trick for all the wing lovers out there,, when you get some wings from the grocery store just do a simple trick,,,,, take your wings then rinse them very well, then take buttermilk (yes butter milk) and put them into a container mixing them for about 5 mins add a small amount of baking soda (not to much about 1 table spoon per 1 litre of buttermilk) mix and let stand for about 2 hours this will tender and break down the meat,,,drain then simply dust your wings in a flour,garlic powder, and salt and pepper sanding then deep fry, first blanching then cooling then frying ,,add your fav sauce like hot honey, gar par, or it sounds crazy but chocolate honey garlic ,,toss and enjoy,,, and never forget your drink to match these amazing wings,,,, Cheers and eat great, tip for wings,,,, always go oppisite to sweet or hot factors,, super hot wings go margs, sweet wings go sour jacks, real buffalo wings (use franks red hot and real butter) go a great beer or naked grape wine products and voila 👿👿👿👿 a great atomoshphere for all to enjoy, Cheers again and enjoy life and great friends, hot girls, and killer drinks,,,CHEERS
Wingluva replying to a comment from Chef just me / August 14, 2014 at 12:10 am
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Thank-you! ;)
Ray / August 19, 2014 at 01:52 am
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This is a joke. Crown and dragon should be number one with a bullet!

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