We know how many awesome wing places are in Western New York and many of them do not get the love they so truly deserve. I always say that standard wings in Buffalo beat the best anywhere else in the country and the best here are the best in the world.

One very underrated wing stop in Buffalo isn't even a true restaurant, but rather, a kitchen at The Knights of Columbus in Buffalo.

Wingnutz has gotten more popular in Buffalo over the last few years but they just got their big break outside of Western New York on Twitter.

Dan Katz of Chicago Barstool and the Pardon My Take podcast is one of the most well-known sports and pop culture follows on Twitter and has over 1.2 million followers on the social media platform.

Katz (Big Cat as he is called) went to Wingnutz with his crew at the Pardon My Take podcast and they gave them an outstanding review. In fact, they said Wingnutz were the best wings they have ever had, anywhere.

Wingnutz is a wing kitchen at the Knights of Columbus on Kenmore Ave. in Buffalo and is the creation of owners Ed and Alicia.

Wingnutz has certain hours and you have to reserve tables for dining in, but these wings are the real deal. It would ne incredible if they had a full-fledge restaurant but Wingnutz has gotten a lot of love over the last three years or so and I think the best is yet to come.

The sauce is amazing and the crispiness of the wings are perfection.

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