Ten Best Las Vegas Spots to Find Finger Licking Chicken Wings

Don’t mean a thing if it ain’t a chicken wing? These restaurants would most likely agree.

If you have ever attempted eating a chicken wing gracefully, you probably have failed miserably. Luckily, these small, messy morsels are worth getting your face and fingers a little dirty. Finger-licking, satisfying and highly addictive, the wing is incredibly versatile.

The Best Wings in Vegas

In Las Vegas, the wing options are endless. Some of the best wings are tossed with sweet, Asian spices, barbeque sauces, garlic and butter or served plain with a side of Ranch dressing. Here’s a list of some of our favorite spots!

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews

Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews in Town Square features 50 burgers and 50 beers on the menu and award-winning chicken wings. Sickies Garage offers its wings in portions ranging from six to 50-piece servings in boneless or traditional versions. Guests have their choice of 24 sauces, including the PB&J, the perfect balance of sweet and savory flavors. Also on the menu is the sweet Thai peanut sauce and the spicy “Hell’s Fury” sauce. A bonus to Sickies Garage is that there are 30 televisions throughout the restaurant. It makes it the perfect spot to watch the game with some wings and a cool drink. 

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PB&J Wings (Courtesy Sickies Garage Burgers & Brews)

 KAMU Ultra Karaoke

Sing your heart out at KAMU Ultra Karaoke inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort. With 40 private rooms, guests come to not only sing but dance, drink and eat all night long. Because Karaoke is meant to be a shared experience, the items on KAMU’s menu are created with the family-style concept in mind. KAMU is inspired by traditional Korean-style karaoke bars, and the menu is strongly influenced by Korean cuisine. KAMU serves the Korean fried chicken (“KFC”), lollipop-chicken wing drumettes in a crisp light batter tossed in honey-garlic Gochuchang sauce topped with KAMU marinated radishes. 

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Korean Fried Chicken (Courtesy KAMU Ultra Karaoke)


If you haven’t been to Topgolf yet, it is definitely worth visiting when in Vegas. The venue features golf games in climate-controlled bays. A full-service bar and restaurant are available even if you decide that playing golf isn’t your thing. Topgolf’s boneless or bone-in wings are the perfect appetizer. The wings are tossed in your choice of sauce buffalo, BBQ, Asian Sesame, lemon pepper or garlic parmesan. Wings are served with carrots, celery, ranch and blue cheese dressing. 

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Chicken Wings at Topgolf (Courtesy Topgolf)


Distill has been a popular local bar since 2014. With seven locations across the Vegas Valley, it has the home-away-from-home environment. Guests come to watch their favorite game, play a game of pool, listen to music, sip a cocktail or have a great meal. Distill’s classic-style chicken wings are served with your choice of mild, medium, hot, nitro or garlic parmesan sauce. Wings come with celery sticks, carrot sticks, French fries and a selection of ranch or blue cheese dressing. 

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Chicken Wings at Distill (Courtesy Distill/Remedy's)

Big Jerk

There is a reason people love Caribbean chicken. When made correctly, it is a wonderful mix of complexity and textures. At Big Jerk, the goal is to make the best Caribbean food possible. Menu items are made from family recipes. A Big Jerk favorite is the jerk wings. The wings are marinated in a secret jerk mix, then smoked for hours and finally grilled to perfection. Don’t let the name fool you. These are some of the nicest jerks in Vegas. 

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Wings at Big Jerk (©@lasvegasfill/Instagram)

The Buffalo Spot

Need to expand your range of chicken wing flavors? The Buffalo Spot has you covered with over 15 different sauces. Do you like it hot? The restaurant has wings sauces that are “Original Hot,” “Very Hot” and “Atomic Hot.” If a bit of fruit is what you need, try the mango habanero or pineapple jalapeno. The Buffalo Spot’s chicken wings, with both boneless and traditional options, are hand-breaded and served in five– 20-piece portions.  

Victory Burger & Wings Co.

Victory Burger & Wings Co. is located inside Circa Resort & Casino, Las Vegas’ first ground-up casino and resort in over 40 years. The sports bar combines excellent food with a high-energy space to watch sports, with sightlines of Circa’s 78-million-pixel sportsbook screen and surrounding TVs throughout the space, so guests don’t miss a moment of gameday action. The Victory Wings are jumbo breaded chicken wings cooked to a golden crisp and tossed in your choice of either buffalo, sweet chili, sweet BBQ or garlic parmesan sauce. Purchase wings in either one or four pounds. 

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Wings & Fries (©Black Raven)

Sticks Tavern 

Downtown Henderson has received a makeover. New businesses have been set up in the Water Street District, creating a more vibrant, busier feel along Water Street. Just over a month old, Sticks Tavern is a new sports bar serving up chicken wings fried to crispy perfection. Made with Mary’s organic chicken, guests are given eight different house-made sauce options, including buffalo, mojo, sticky tabasco, BBQ, schmaltz aioli, garlic parmesan, ranch and sweet n’ mild. 

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Chicken Wings at Sticks Tavern (©Eugene Dela Cruz)

Fix Restaurant & Bar

Fix Restaurant & Bar, located inside Bellagio Resort & Casino, is the perfect destination to enjoy a classic meal. Steaks, chicken and seafood prepared on a wood-burning grill are featured menu items, along with flatbreads and small plates. The menu includes shared dishes such as the "Finger Licken’ Fix" Buffalo-style wings. The wings come with ranch sauce, celery and carrot sticks. 

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Wings at Fix Restaurant (Courtesy MGM Resorts International)

Q Bistro Las Vegas

Take a break from the traditional style of chicken wings. Q Bistro offers a tasty selection of Korean-style sauces. Some of the sauces include the “Sweet Mild,” “Hot & Spicy” and the “Soy Garlic.” Once voted as one of “The 50 Best Places to Eat Chicken Wings in the USA,” it has fast become a favorite among both locals and tourists. The crunchy wings combined with the relaxed, laid-back atmosphere make Q Bistro a popular off-the-Strip restaurant.