During an impromptu lunch date with Meghan at the Charlie Horse, I decided to have an appetizer of their buffalo wings for lunch. The waitress assured me that there were plenty of wings in there, and she wasn’t kidding – as an appetizer, there were definitely enough wings for two people, possibly three.
The wings are pretty traditional – fried and tossed in sauce. However, they are executed perfectly – a big mound of well-cooked wings arrived, coated in sauce, but not so much that it turned the crispy skin soggy. The wings were thoroughly cooked, making it easy to pull the meat off the bone and insuring all the skin fat was cooked out.
The sauce itself is pleasantly hot – if you like it really spicy, their "hot" won’t be hot enough for you, but it still gives a comfortable spiciness that makes them very edible. They were served with a nice complement of excellent blue cheese dressing and carrot and celery sticks.
The wings are a little small, but I don’t downgrade them for it, since there were plenty of them and resulted in some perfectly cooked wings.
RATING: 4.5 out of 5 stars