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Miller's Ale House

In celebration of National Wing Day, Miller’s Ale House is celebrating with its Zingers, offering the dish for $7.29 (date of National Wing Day). Offer is valid all-day Thursday, July 28 and Friday, July 29. 

Zingers, a Miller’s Ale House original for 30 years, are made with fresh, whole boneless chicken tenders, which are buttermilk drenched, hand-breaded and fried up for a wing-style bite. Guests can order them tossed in a choice of 17 different sauces ranging from Mild to 5 Pepper Fire.

To receive the offer, guests must be a part of its Raving Fans eClub. 

Zing Day Zingers
Photo courtesy of Miller's Ale House

Dak Dak Korean Wings

Dak Dake Korean Wings is offering a ake on its wings. Opened last November in the Western suburbs, the delivery and takeout spot is offering a special featuring its signature Korean Fried Chicken Wings smothered in melted cheese, a traditional way to eat them in Korean culture. With an array of different sauces and a choice of bone-in or boneless, guests can choose their own wing adventure and smother it with cheese just for National Chicken Wing Day!.

Dak Dak Korean Wings is a pick-up and delivery concept located in Villa Park, featuring a selection of Korean Wings and fries. Developed out of owner and Elmhurst native Joey Cornell’s love for Korean Wings, he created the concept and recipes when he was studying at Johnson & Wales and the school went full remote during the pandemic.

“Our Korean wings are brined for 12-hours, coated in a very thin batter, fried once, and oh yeah, fried again, says Cornell. "The double fry is what makes our Korean wings unique and simply better than Buffalo.”

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Photo courtesy of Dak Dak Korean Wings


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