Hot and Wild: Where To Find the Best Wings on the Strip

All wings are not created equal. That’s exactly what this list is here to help you with. If you are looking for variety and a specific style wing you might want to stick with the classics. Buffalo Wild Wings and Wingstop are delicious and popular local choices, but a whole new world of wings on the Strip is ready to take you under their wings.

Whether your wings joint of choice is a sports bar, a BBQ restaurant or maybe even a fine dining experience, you can place your bet that the Las Vegas Strip has something for you. Interested in heading off the Strip? Check out the best wings off the Strip. As they say—ain’t no thing but a chicken wing.

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

3655 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Your source for brews, bites and views proves that if you do something great, you can afford to keep it simple.

Beer Park offers spectacular simplicity with their house made hot sauce. Pair them with classic accouterments like celery, carrots and ranch dip, add on some onion rings, and order yourself a beer flight and you’ve got yourself the perfect game day feast. 

This hotspot may be located at Paris Las Vegas, Beer Park screams Americana from its rooftop location by engulfing you with the feeling of heading over to a friend’s for a cookout or watching a baseball game. There is nearly 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor fun complete with Skee-Ball, darts, and more than 75 HDTVs for your viewing pleasure. No bad seats in the house and Beer Park even plays host to some national broadcasts including ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” 

Beer Park is on the roof-top patio at Paris Las Vegas. Enjoy incredible aerial views of the Las Vegas Strip including the Fountains of Bellagio.

Paris Las Vegas (from USD $143 )

Bring the intrigue and excitement of a European vacation right to your room, at Paris Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

Best Friend at Park MGM

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3770 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Open Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. Reservations are highly recommended.

Whether you love wings or not, Best Friend is worth a visit. The entire Korean BBQ joint by Chef Roy Choi is a vibe. A fantastic one at that. It’s hip and evokes a unique mix of Koreatown, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. With only 150 seats available, you are going to want a reservation because Best Friend is in high demand.

While you will never fail ordering the Chef Menu, you will need to order the Korean Wings separate. Your belly will smile once it gets a taste of these chili and citrus flavored wings. A majority of the menu is perfect for sharing which means you and your “best friends” can get a variety of yummies so you can try it all. Plus, it’s totally appropriate to say “Beer Me!” to your server because that’s the name of an actual cocktail on the Best Friend menu.

Pro tip: Don’t say it and expect a beer.

Park MGM Las Vegas (from USD $75 )

Dive into entertainment, art and Las Vegas fun at Park MGM, a divine hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.

Topgolf

4627 Koval Lane
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Reservations are highly recommended.

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With three stories of climate-controlled hitting bays for year-round golf, this one is more about fun and food than it is form. Check out the shareables section of the Topgolf menu and pick your perfect pairing of bone-in or boneless wings.

They offer a variety of flavors including Buffalo, BBQ, Asian Sesame, Lemon Pepper and Garlic Parmesan. Once the wings are at your table and a bucket of beer is in your bay, take a bite, take a sip, take a swing, repeat.

That said, if watching sports and eating wings is number one, playing sports and eating wings has got to be a close second. Just bring some wet wipes if you’re a utensil free kind of eater.

Topgolf is situated behind the MGM Grand, near the Koval Lane and Harmon Avenue intersection.


Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at MGM Grand

3799 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Open Sunday, Monday and Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m, reservations are highly recommended. Dress code is business casual. Children under five are not permitted.

If anyone can make chicken wings a fine dining experience, it’s Wolfgang Puck, one of the most well-known chefs on the planet. His Crispy Chicken Wings give the world a variation the world needed—Black & Bleu Seasoning and Blue Cheese Dressing. Sure, there are blue cheese naysayers out there, but if you love it, these just may be the perfect wings. Proving he’s not a one chick pony, Puck also offers Thai Sticky Wings with sambal chili paste, sesame and garlic. This is a truly exquisite explosion of flavor.

MGM Grand Las Vegas (from USD $47 )

If you wish to stay at one of the most massive and most classic Las Vegas resorts, choose the MGM Grand for your next trip.

Yardbird at The Venetian Resort

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3355 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

They are open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Taking up a small footprint in Venetian’s Restaurant Row, Yardbird offers chicken wings on their daily lunch menu. With an upscale and Southern flair, these wings are twice-fried and tossed in Louisiana hot sauce.

Their name is Yardbird, so chicken is sort of their thing. If you feel like venturing out, other must-try menu items include their Skillet Cornbread, Southern Caesar and whole Lobster Mac & Cheese.

Finding Yardbird a piece of cake. Speaking of cake, the Bourbon Bacon Chocolate Cake at Yardbird. It is as good as it sounds, and they make the bacon in-house. On the weekends they are open for brunch, America’s favorite meal.

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Wander through the canals and ornate Venetian Resort to create an Italian getaway, right on the Las Vegas Strip.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wings on the Strip

Who has the best wings on the Las Vegas Strip?

It’s hard to find bad wings on the Strip. Sample them from places with cheap eats, or visit one of the more expensive Vegas restaurants for some gourmet chicken selections.

Are wings on the Strip expensive?

They don’t have to be. Wings are usually found at some of the best bars on the Strip, which are known for having cheap, delicious food.

Are there wing restaurants inside the Strip casinos?

Some restaurants that serve wings live inside the resorts and Vegas casinos. Visit the various food courts and casual food spots for chicken wings that are sure to satisfy.

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