Chicken wings have become a favorite amongst sports fans and a staple at many Chandler sports bars and restaurants.   If you’ve ever needed an excuse to eat chicken wings all day, this is it.  July 29th is National Chicken Wing Day, and there’s no better way to celebrate this finger lickin’ good food than with a plateful of tasty wings (and maybe a napkin or two).

Quite a few Chandler restaurants serve chicken wings.  We've updated this list of restaurants and many of them offer delivery and curbside pickup options making it convenient to enjoy these crowd pleasers at home or your Arizona hotel.  Here is where to find some of the best chicken wings in Chandler, AZ.

ATL Wings to-go by IG user @thehotwingking

ATL WINGS

A local favorite wing chain, ATL Wings serves theirs both traditional bone-in and boneless with a dry rub, hot sauce or BBQ sauce. Rub varieties include ATL style, lemon pepper, ranch, garlic parmesan and garlic pepper while hot sauces range from mild to toxic. If you prefer sauce, choose from BBQ, honey habanero, honey mustard, citrus chipotle, teriyaki and more.

Wings come with homemade blue cheese or ranch dressing and can be rounded out with sides ordered separately like fries, cheese fries, beans or homemade biscuits. If the wings get too spicy, douse the heat with fountain drinks or Kool-Aid on tap.

Map: 70 W. Warner Rd. or (480) 722-9464

Sawtooth Bar & Grill

Sawtooth Bar & Grill

This neighborhood sports bar is a go-to for chicken wing fans.  Diners may opt for boneless or bone-in wings and select from two dozen sauce options including a variety of honey hot and garlic parmesan sauces ranging from mild to hot, a mango habanero, a citrus chipotle, salt & pepper and salt & vinegar.  More traditional hot sauces from mild to hot are available.

Wings at the Sawtooth Bar & Grill are served with or without tots and come with celery, carrots and your choice of bleu cheese or ranch dressing. 

Map: 4929 W. Ray Rd. or (480) 753-4772

THE HUNGRY MONK

This local favorite sports bar specializes in pub grub, so it’s no surprise it does wings right. Choose between bone-in or boneless wings, fried or grilled. Then, decide on how much heat you think you can take: regular, hot, extra hot or nuclear. Finally, pick your sauce. Options include original Buffalo, Cajun, honey hot, lemon pepper, Jamaican, honey mustard, parmesan garlic, roasted garlic, teriyaki and Thai peanut.

Wings at The Hungry Monk come with complimentary house-made ranch or bleu cheese dressing. Enjoy yours with a pint of craft beer from local breweries like SanTan Brewing Company and Four Peaks Brewery.

Map: 1760 W. Chandler Blvd. or (480) 963-8000

Louisiana Fried Chicken & Wings by IG user @thehotwingking

LOUISIANA FRIED CHICKEN & WINGS

Louisiana Fried Chicken & Wings claims its owner perfected a chicken recipe he personally received from New Orleans chef Paul Prudhomme. Whether true or not, the Chandler restaurant knows its chicken.

That includes wings. The restaurant sells bone-in and boneless wings in orders from six to 96 pieces. Flavors include plain, mild, hot, medium hot, honey BBQ, lemon pepper, Asian, teriyaki ginger and spicy honey garlic with a few fun additions like salt and jalapeno.

Map: 1016 N. Arizona Ave. or (480) 726-0741

BIBIO - Modern Korean Kitchen by IG user @graceyunth

BIBIO – Modern Korean Kitchen

The unexpected wild card of the bunch can be found at this west Chandler, fast-casual restaurant.  While known for their build-your-own Korean bowls, BIBIO - Modern Korean Kitchen serves a delectable side that is great for a light meal or snack, their Bibio Wings. 

The crispy, double-fried wings with pickled radish and garlicky-soy sauce are a delightful twist on traditional American chicken wings.

Map: 6140 W. Chandler Blvd. or (480) 690-1010

SANTAN BREWING COMPANY

SanTan Brewing Company dishes up some of the tastiest pub food of any craft brewery in Arizona. Its wings are no exception. The pub-style wings come dressed in your choice of Buffalo, pineapple habanero BBQ or Cajun sauce with bleu cheese or ranch dressing on the side. Carrots and celery are available on request.

Add an order of buttermilk onion rings or basket of ale-battered fries paired with the award-winning Mr. Pineapple or flagship brew, Devil’s Ale, for a tasty meal. If you prefer IPAs, the HopShock IPA perfectly offsets spicy wings.

Map: 8 S. San Marcos Pl. or (480) 917-8700

Murphy's Law - wings by IG user @tolstedt_photography

MURPHY’S LAW

An Irish bar probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think wings, but Murphy’s Law has some of the tastiest in Downtown Chandler. The bar smokes, then fries, its wings before tossing them in its special Jameson Irish Whiskey wing sauce. While you can still order your wings in a Buffalo sauce, you’ll be missing out if you do.

Murphy’s Law has craft beer to accompany its wings as well as an extensive whiskey menu featuring Bulleit, Jack Daniel’s, Knob Creek, Maker’s Mark, Woodford Reserve and others.

Map: 58 S. San Marcos Pl. or (480) 812-1588

THE LOCAL CHANDLER

Also downtown, The Local Chandler is the go-to for craft Arizona brews from SanTan Brewing Company, Four Peaks Brewing Co., Huss Brewing and others. Its yummy wings can be fried or baked, then tossed with Arizona heat, moderately mild, Devil’s Ale or teriyaki honey sauce.

Pair your order with fries, onion straws or other sides for an individual meal. Or better yet, order a second appetizer like fried cheese curds or blackened chicken nachos, and share both appetizers with a friend.

Map: 55 W. Chicago St. or (480) 699-9104