This is similar to the other wing establishments that have popped up but with a western/southern feel.
First the wings. I would recommend. They are more meaty than other chains. I got the breaded wings in classic buffalo sauce. I will say the breading was thick. I liked it but a word of warning if you don't like a lot of breading. They have an option for sauce on the side which is also nice.
Good micro and standard fare beer choices. Big, cold glasses.
There were a variety of other choices (including "chicken fried chicken"). I was near a table with a big order and watched a lot of food come out. It struck me as a little mass-prepared in appearance.
The service was very friendly but not efficient. We didn't get small plates for the wings, it was a bit slow to be greeted, seated and an order taken. But it was a bit like being in a neighborhood place (small town) which had appeal.
If you are in the mood for wings or other pub fare I would tell you to give it a try. I would likely try it again if I was in town.
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