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Paul Garcia, Staff Writer

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Hooters is a place to come watch sports, hangout, and chat with friends. Most of all, it is a place to eat wings. They have a wide variety of wings to choose from. You can have bone-in or bone-out, as well as some hooters’ specials like bacon-wrapped or Daytona-beach style.

Hooters has a variety of sauce choices from Traditional buffalo: mild, medium, hot, 3-mile island, to 911 which is their hottest sauce. They also consist of some signature sauces: Parmesan Garlic, BBQ, Daytona beach, Cajun, spicy garlic, Chipotle Honey, and Habanero BBQ.

The general service at hooters is usually quick and simple if you are a first timer or a regular. The waitresses are polite and tend to any need you have. Their prices can vary on days you go, especially on Tuesday’s hooters all-you-can-eat wings.

Buffalo Wild Wings are known for their spicy buffalo wings and a place where you can hang out with friends. Their prices range from 16 wings for 15 dollars or 20 wings for 19 dollars. You can order your wings bone in or bone out depending on what you prefer.

Buffalo Wild Wings has a wide variety of sauces to choose from. Their weakest sauce is Salt and Vinegar and their most spicy and wildest sauce is Blazin’. They offer a challenge of a dozen Blazin’ flavored wings in under 6 minutes to earn your name on their hall of fame, and a t-shirt showing you completed their Blazin’ challenge all for the price of 12 dollars.

Buffalo Wild Wings’ service was mediocre. At best, the waitress I had was quite slow and never really got my order right or make my experience as easy. She twice forgot my order of a cup of water. In the end, I got my water and finished my buffalo wings after about 30 minutes of waiting. My experience was quite alright at best. So if it came down to Hooters or Buffalo Wild Wings I would definitely spend my money on a Tuesday at Hooters’ all-you-can-eat.

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