Ela. Jason Cichonski is cooking up whole wings in flavors like honey-smoked Sriracha, truffled Parmesan herb, spicy Thai peanut and miso mustard. Wings are also available Buffalo style, which Cichonski likes to call “regular boring.”
Bakers’ dozens are available for pre-order and pick up on Saturday or Sunday at the Queen Village restaurant for $10 each. If you’re heading over to grab your goods on Sunday, pre-game with brunch, which features a special addition prix-fixe meal that includes three eggs, house-cured bacon, hash browns, a biscuit and your choice of draft beer for $12 (267-687-8512).
If you’re a wing-fiend planning to watch the game at a bar, start at Bella Vista’s Le Viet, where wings will be gratis during the game, as long as supplies last. To complement the free bites, enjoy $3 beers, $5 cocktails, $2.50 spring rolls and other snacks throughout the event (215-463-1570).
At Noir on East Passyunk, gameday wings aren’t free but they are just 25 cents each, and they come two ways. Opt for wings tossed with a sweet-and-spicy chile glaze or go Montreal-style, covered with olive oil, rosemary, garlic, lemon zest and twice fried, then served with caramelized onions. Yuengling drafts for $1 and $5 Canadian citywides (beer and a shot) will round out your snacking. The deal starts at 3 PM and continues through the Vince Lombardi Trophy presentation (267-319-1678).