Best Chicken Wings In Sacramento

The 7 Best Places For Chicken Wings In Sacramento

Chicken wings in Sacramento might not be what you immediately think of when you think of this contemporary hipster city in Northern California. As the capital of California, it’s brimming with fantastic foodie spots. But, nothing beats the wings here.

And, you’re seriously spoilt for choice. Whether you’re interested in sampling some true, hometown tavern food or are interested in sitting down at a restaurant and ordering wings as an appetizer, you’re covered in Sacramento.

Ready to dive into some of the tastiest wings in the country? Check out any one of these seven spots or all of them. We suggest visiting them all. They are home to the best wings in the city, after all.

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1. Iron Horse Tavern

Visiting the Iron Horse Tavern is a must when visiting Sacramento.  This unique spot interweaves California’s industrial heritage with a sleek international feel. And, the same goes for their delicious eats as well. A world-class chef constructs some of the best bar eats around. However, you can’t deny that their beer-braised chicken wings are some of the best you’ve ever sunk your teeth into. They’re simply irresistible.

2. Fire Wings

Serving up tasty chicken wings and savoury poke bowls, Fire Wings is one hot spot if you’re after some filling food and great drinks. On top of being home to a full bar, they’ve also got lots of choices. We’re talking 20 different wing flavours to choose from, ensuring that you could spend an entire afternoon or evening devouring your way through flavour after flavour. Trust us, you’re going to want to.

Best Chicken Wings In Sacramento

3. Broderick Roadhouse

This once food truck turned restaurant focuses on serving up comfort food to the masses. And, while they’re pretty well-known in Sacramento know, they’re still serving up that same old quality that got them to where they are. Get their Colossal Buffalo Wings, which come baked then deep-fried until they’re crispy. They toss them house-made buffalo sauce to add even more flavour.

Best Chicken Wings in Sacramento

4. Kiki’s Chicken

In the mood for flavourful fried chicken? There’s no better spot than Kiki’s Chicken. From buffalo wings to bone-in beauties, you have your fair share of choice here. Our suggestion? Come hungry so you can sample a little bit of everything. Their Boneless Kiki’s Combo comes with hot, fresh and crispy fries, which makes for a great way to balance out the sauciness of their scrumptious wings.

5. Saucy Lito’s

Saucy Lito’s is a chicken company. So, it comes as no surprise that they serve up some of the tastiest chicken wings in Sacramento if not all of California. And, while they serve up other tasty chicken dishes, it’s their world-famous wings that have got diners drooling out the door. Choose from Buffalo, Tangy BBQ or Garlic Parmesan. Honestly, try them all. They’re all just so flavourful and tender.

6. Chicken-n-Waffles

California is pretty famous for its fantastic chicken and waffle spots. You’ll find some of the world’s best on the West Coast. And, in Sacramento, few spots do it up better than Chicken-n-Waffles. There’s a reason they were voted the best in the city. Delicious, crispy fried wings on top of fluffy, syrup-topped waffles? Uh, yeah, we’re in.

7. Sarom’s Southern Kitchen

From BBQ and ribs straight on through to savoury chicken dishes, there’s a lot to love and nothing left to be desired at Sarom’s Southern Kitchen. Their wings are fried to a crisp while still ensuring the tender chicken remains juicy. Then, they smother them in either BBQ or buffalo sauce. It’s a delicacy you never knew you needed in your life.

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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