Chicken wings are becoming a Canadian staple in the sense that more and more people are seeking these delicious tender ‘meat on the bone' finger foods. They come in many different styles, but are mainly found in traditional format, which are average in size and contain both wing and drum pieces. They sometimes come in large sizes or ‘jumbo'. The best bar and grills even offer wings in a boneless format as well. In addition to size, a variety of batters and sauces allow for an adventurous experience of sweet and tangy to spicy, sour and crunchy.
Some of the possible wing dressing choices are listed below and can sometimes be combined together;
- Hot Sweet Asian
- Hot and Honey
- Caribbean Jerk
- Honey BBQ
- Chili Lime
- Mild Saucy
- Medium Saucy
- Sweet Asian BBQ
- Buffalo Ranch
- Honey Garlic
- Garlic Parm
- Hotter than Hell
- Smoked BBQ Heat
- Authentic Buffalo
Wings are an excellent starting point to a meal, but if you are enjoying them as an appetizer and not a main course, it is imperative to be able to have something delicious to enjoy next. Award-winning ribs and a variety of burgers and sandwiches compliment a good sports bar menu with additional high-quality cuisine.
Get together with old friends, family, or co-workers. Friendly staff members are always delighted to serve everyone that walks through the front door. The best bar and grills are equipped with state of the art patios and outdoor TVs, so everyone can enjoy the summer nights and not miss a second of the big game. Daily food and drink specials also keep customers coming back for more. A half-priced wing deal
is usually part of the line-up, otherwise known as ‘Wing Night'. The deal is available with the purchase of a drink and adds to an already great value.
Franchising Opportunities in Canada
There are wing places all over with more popping up every year. It is turning into big business, and many people are investing due to the high success rate. The best franchisee options that are available are 100% proudly Canadian and can be set up in a number of ways. One is outright buying a franchise and the other is taking a percentage with other mutual investors. Loyalties are paid at initial start-up and continue on the weekly gross sales. In return, the company will provide a comprehensive training and support package to owners, which includes the recruitment and training of the entire store-opening team members. Previous establishment conversions and retrofitting are commonly looked at as an option and this is because it can severely decrease the initial start-up costs.
If you haven't yet discovered the casual comfort and style of this unique restaurant experience than get into the chicken wing and rib festivities at one of the many locations in your area and discover a new love for a growing Canadian tradition.