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City
Name of Restaurant
Address
Phone Number
Augusta
Jonathans Restaurant
571 Civic Center Dr
(207)-623-4643
Comments
Dan says,"Old fashioned bar, plenty of biker/racing atmosphere. They have four kinds of Buffalo wings; mild, medium, hot, and OH MY GOD! You have to ask for them crispy and I have found hot to be pretty good. The bar is about30 miles away from my home, but coming from the Buffalo area, this is the closest I can find fairly good wings."



City
Name of Restaurant
Address
Phone Number
Portland
Buffalo Wings-N-things
111 Cumberland Avenue
(207)-879-0403
Comments
Larry says,"The wings are deep fried, slighty crispy, and without batter. The four sauces are medium, mild, hot, and absurd - thet last one being a novelty, and not really edible. Milds are good, hot is more than enough. You can find this place in Portland's Old Port, or in nearby Westbrook."



City
Name of Restaurant
Address
Phone Number
Somerville
Wing Works
201 Elm St.
(617)-666-9000
Comments
James says, "I always get the medium buffalo wings. They're spicy enough for me without them being painfully hot. The buffalo wings at Wing Works range from mild to suicide. I'm too much of a wuss to even go for their hot. The size of the wings are the best in the Greater Boston area. The quality never dips below exceptional."



City
Name of Restaurant
Address
Phone Number
Waltham
Wings Express
464 Moody Street
(781)-894-9464
Comments
Dana says, "This hole in the wall joint does mostly take out and serves a "bar food" type menu but specializes in chicken wings. They actually have a lot of different flavors but, my favorite is, of course, buffalo. The wings themselves are plump and meaty. Heat is varied from mild to meltdown. Blue cheese dipping sauce is creamy with crumbled chunks of cheese."