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Best Wings in Myrtle Beach
Chicken wings are an American classic. No matter what time of year it is, wings are a great afternoon grab or late night snack. However, with football season quickly approaching, locating the best wings in Myrtle Beach might climb a little higher on your priority list. Check out our roundup of the best wing spots in Myrtle Beach and try one out during your next visit:
Bumstead’s Pub – Bumstead’s Pub is located near the lively downtown area of Myrtle Beach and is the perfect place to beat the heat after a long day at the beach. This pub offers a spacious dining area with plenty of comfy booths and bar seating, in addition to a separate back dining room. The wings here are simple, but that’s what makes them oh so good. Fresh, never frozen, and fried to crispy perfection and then tossed in your favorite sauce – that’s the “secret” to these succulent wings. Sauce selections include hot, mild, spicy teriyaki, bbq, garlic parmesan, or teriyaki and are guaranteed to keep your mouth watering. Bumstead’s is also a great place to catch your favorite game on one of the many flat screen TVs or play a game of darts or pool while you wait for your grub. Call (843) 445-6592 for more information.
Loco Gecko Beach Shak – Loco Gecko now enjoys two convenient Myrtle Beach locations, one at Crown Reef Resort and one right here at Captain’s Quarters Resort, and offers succulent wings with a fantastic view. Both locations offer ocean views and a casual, come-as-you-are atmosphere which makes Loco Gecko the ideal place to refuel after a busy day at the beach. The wings are flash fried to crispy perfection and then tossed in your choice of house sauces, which include classics like bbq, buffalo-bleu, garlic parmesan, and old bay in addition to more creative concoctions like honey habanera, ragin’ cajun, and bourbon teriyaki. The Loco Gecko menu offers tons of other family friendly favorites, like burgers, pizzas, baskets, and wraps, making it a one-stop-shop for pleasing everyone in your group. Call (843) 448-6800 for more information for the on-site Captain’s Quarters location.
Hurricane Maggie’s Bar & Grill – Hurricane Maggie’s offers a unique English Pub style feel in addition to an upstairs lounge area and a spacious rooftop patio perfect for catching the breeze after a busy day at the beach. Though their menu contains plenty of pub favorites, the wings here are second to none. Unlike others, the wings here are grilled, not fried, giving them a unique advantage. Guests can choose to order 6 or 12 at a time and can choose between hoti-yaki, garlic-parm, bbq, hot, or category 5 sauces – to name a few. Hurricane Maggie’s is also known for providing live entertainment throughout the week and hosting an impressive selection of seasonal craft beer offerings. This wing stop is located right off 77th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach. Call (843) 497-5000 for more information.
Fat Jack’s Wings – Fat Jack’s is locally owned and operated and was recently voted “best wings on the beach” as they have been for several years in a row. This spot was opened by the famous “Fat Jack” himself back in the early 1970’s and the recipes have been passed down and perfected over time. Guests can order this signature item for one or trays ideal for sharing. Buffalo is what Fat Jack’s does best, though they do offer a wide array of signature sauces like “ragin Cajun”, honey-bbq, Hawaiian, and their “sauce of the month”. Fat Jack’s also offers appetizers, burgers, baskets, and a full bar for guests to enjoy. This Surfside Beach wing king is definitely worth the short drive south. Call (843) 238-3355 for more information.