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WingMan

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  1. Bar Bill and Castaways in Angola are my two favorite wing places and Wingnutz was better. The ambiance not so much but strictly on the food, yep. If you go to Castaways, their everything wing is my go to sauce. If you request, they’ll serve them extra saucy.
  2. I’m originally from Buffalo and I eat wings everywhere I go. I’ve worked in plenty of restaurants and have been making my own wings for about 15 years. These are the best wings I can remember ever having. Their version of mild was my favorite sauce. Sweet and spicy actually with plenty of other flavors. They NEED a real restaurant location. It seems that the owners are in it for the love of food, not the money.
  3. My brother owns a brewery in South Portland. "Island Dog Brewery" I know that they are doing outside seating in tents of some sort. There are not a lot of Bills friendly establishments in the NE area but this is definitely one of them. There is a decent pizza place in the same complex. I'm not sure about the restrictions at this point but worth a try when you have a chance.
  4. I was in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam the past two years on extended vacations. I wore Bills gear on and off through the trips and only had a few people make a comment. I think they were all Germans. It seems that most Americans that travel there and actually get out on the streets are lefties who don't follow football. It was really hard to find sports bars that had any American football news. Mostly the other type of Futbol.
  5. My older brother moved to Portland, ME about 10 years ago. He started a brewery about 18 month ago in S. Portland. He’ll have the game on. He is of course a Bills fan and will most likely give any WNY people the Buffalo discount. His place is “Island Dog Brewing”. I’ve been to Portland and to other parts of Maine and will say if you like to do things outside other than snow shoeing, you’ll want to get back there in the summer. However, there are many great places to eat and a lively micro brew scene there for when its cold out.
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