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December 12, 2012

Restaurant Review: Roosters Wings in Springdale

We and my mama ventured over to Roosters right next to Springdale Cinema de Lux after we finished up a movie.

It's a casual, family type restaurant with large wooden booths. Nothing fancy about it.

I'm a wing girl, but I tend to be disappointed in wings at restaurants. They are usually soggy, not saucy enough, or slimy skin. But these, these were some good wings. Crispy skin with a nice flavored buffalo sauce. I ordered the 5 count traditional wings ( $3.99). I'd order these bad boys again!

To go with them, I had some of their Cheese Wedges ($2.79), topped with spicy cheese and bacon bits. Not high quality or anything... the cheese is a liquidy spicy processed cheese, but I still enjoyed them.

This wasn't the best place I've been to in awhile, but it was decent. I won't rush to go back, but if mama and me are ever at the movies and need a quick place to eat, we'd consider Roosters again.

Peace, and bacon grease!

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Veronica Miller said...

I'm not a fan of chicken wings but I like that these are crispy, I had slimy skin. EW! BTW, you must check out my thankful Thursday since you love my sister's expressions. The closing photo will kill you! lol

Chris said...

Isn't a place named Roosters selling chicken wings kind of cannibalistic? ha ha

Unknown said...

If you love wings, you'll love Roosters! My husband and son-in-law have tried wings all over Lexington, and like these the best. Their beer menu is not the greatest, but the wings make up for it!

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