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Diana and Lili from The Shack Wings and Brews serve up some tasty wing platters at the popular Eastside eatery.

“Chicken wing, chicken wing…”

Whether or not you’ll be singing the viral TikTok song on Super Bowl Sunday, you may be likely to join the thousands of people biting into one of the most popular game-day food of all time.

More than 1.4 billion wings are expected to be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday, according to the National Chicken Council.

This year, Super Bowl LV will be Sunday, Feb. 7 with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing off at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, as millions of viewers lick their fingers at their neighborhood pub or from their favorite couch.

In the borderland, an array of local eateries and chain restaurants are offering their most unique sauces and are reminding wing lovers to order ahead to avoid long waits.

Check out our list of places to grab your wings for the game:

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Track One

Track One     

1330 Robert E. Lee; 915-779-2170

@trackoneelpaso on Instagram 

Track One’s wings reign among the top in El Paso Inc.’s Best of El Paso, with their double-dipped wings as the all-time favorite. The eatery also features nachos, burgers and sandwiches, etc.

The Shack Wings and Brews

1883 N. Zaragoza; 915-921-9464

@theshackzaragoza on Instagram

Also on the Best of El Paso list for its wings and appetizers, the local eatery’s other picks include fried pickles, sandwiches and burgers.

El Paso Wing House

4028 N. Mesa; 915-500-5333

Choose from among 12 wing flavors such as mango habanero, BBQ and Tajin dry rub.

The El Paso Wing Factory

801 N. Piedras; 915-219-8147

@epwingfactory on Instagram

Aside from traditional sauces, the Wing Factory offers original flavors like peanut butter & jelly, raspberry habanero and whiskey maple BBQ.

Undisputed Craft House

1881 Saul Kleinfeld; 915-300-0000


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The craft house features unique wing flavors in birria, Tajin, green chili, cherry jalapeno and blueberry, and also offers pizza pies, sandwiches, burgers and nachos. Plus, more than 100 different kinds of beers in stock. 

World of Wings   

4800 Dyer; 915-300-0093

@worldofwingsep on Instagram

Nashville hot, midnight vibes and hot ‘n lemon pepper are among the more popular and unique flavors; with catfish and shrimp also on the menu.

The District Pub & Kitchen

601 N. Piedras, 915-564-0707

@thedistrict915 on Instagram

1160 Airway Blvd. Ste. DA 3-4,


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Voted among the Best of El Paso for appetizers and best all around bar, The District is famous for its rolled tacos ahogados, but its wings are also rated tops by customers.

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Wing Daddy's

Wing Daddy’s Sauce House

7500 N. Mesa; 1201 Airway, others

@wingdaddys on Instagram

Honored with first place for Best Wings in the 2020 Best of El Paso, the eatery offers 21 wing sauce flavors; sandwiches, burgers, ribs, tacos, nachos are also on the menu.


6351 S. Desert Blvd. No. 403, others

@wingstop on Instagram

Honored with third place for Best Wings in the Best of El Paso; sides such as seasoned fries and bourbon baked beans are available.

Buffalo Wild Wings

10497 Gateway Blvd. West

Fort Bliss Freedom Crossing

655 Sunland

@bwwings on Instagram

Aside from being among the Best of El Paso for wings, the eatery offers burgers, salads and nachos

Bravo Wings & Pinsas

1781 N. Zaragoza; 915-304-0315

@bravo.ep on Facebook

Bravo Wings offers wing flavors like apricot chipotle, sesame sriracha; plus, check out their pinsas – similar to a pizza with a lighter, airier dough made with various flours.


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