Wing Nutz – St George News

ST. GEORGE – Sheldon Demke is back, hitting one of his favorite spots in town with 99.9 KONY Country’s Marty Lane in this tasty episode of “What’s on the Menu”.

Wing Nutz offers a choice of 18 homemade sauces and the best oven-baked wings in the industry. They only use chicken raised in the open, without a cage, without hormones and without steroids. Orders are always cooked in their state-of-the-art ovens, never fried.

Join Sheldon and Marty for some delicious finger food at Wing Nutz in this week’s episode of “What’s on the menu” in the media player above.

“I love the wings,” Demke said. “I’ll take them. I’ll take them all.

The first item on the menu was something Demke hadn’t tried on his many previous visits, the chicken quesadilla with your choice of sauce. The duo opted for the jalapeño honey barbecue.

“So I love Mexican food and the quesadilla was amazing,” Lane said. “I really liked pouring the salsa directly over the quesadilla and biting into it. The fact delicious !

Next, the pulled pork sandwich. Juicy and tender pork topped with southern honey barbecue sauce with red onion on a toast, and bam! This is paradise, proclaimed Demke.

“I know everyone does, but there’s something special about the pulled pork sandwich here,” he added.

Of course, you can’t visit Wing Nutz without tasting a few wings, so Demke and Lane chose the Oink & Cluck combo of five baked chicken wings and two pork wings dipped in Caroline’s honey barbecue sauce. Lane had never tried pork wings before, but he gave them a 20 out of 10 rating.

Fancy a nut job? It’s Wing Nutz’s signature beer and the highlight of their great drink selection. And with live music and karaoke every week, this is the perfect local bar.

On the menu: Wing Nutz.

Resources

  • Wing Nutz | Address: 250 N. Red Cliffs Drive, # 24, St. George | Telephone: 435-359-9674 | Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11 am to 10 pm and Friday-Saturday, 11 am to 11 pm | Website.

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