- December 05, 2012 - 06:46
I was there once, I won't be back. Maybe it was an off night but I didn't see or taste anything to get excited about.
- November 20, 2012 - 19:24
For the ones who love to complain.....get a life!!!!!! you should be happy that this is a local company and doing well...we love the food, the service, concept and my favorite wing is red flag, and bubbas....Big congrats to the owners who again are local newfoundlanders....We will be back to both locations...keep up the great work.....
- November 20, 2012 - 12:32
Love this concept! I'm a huge wing fan and this place rocks! Went to Kenmount road last night and had a time, will be returning there again soon!
- First and last
- November 17, 2012 - 10:06
We went to the Kenmount Road location and had to wait 45 minutes for our food and when we got it we weren't at all impressed. The wings seemed as though they had been previously cooked, they were dry on the inside and had very little flavour. It wasn't overly busy at the time and the service was very poor. We we given a 10% discount for having to wait so long. It seemed as though the cooks and waitress' couldn't keep up with the demand. I'll be sticking to Montana's for wings, way better service and taste.
- November 16, 2012 - 19:20
Relish, Wingin' It, Smokes. All we need now is a genuine mexican take-out place and we're officially a have-food-province.
- November 14, 2012 - 20:45
I visited the Kenmount road location a couple days go and really enjoyed it, great food, friendly waitresses, A+ all around!! And 10.99 is to much for chicken wings?? you're crazy ppl, thats not bad at all
- November 14, 2012 - 08:32
The location on Bates Hill is very good, great service and great wings, the Kenmount road location is not so good with the wings, they put so little seasoning on the wings you have to get a magnifying glass to see the seasonings! I have been there three times and will not be there ever again, however I will try Bates Hill again.
- November 14, 2012 - 00:25
Ahhhh wings..... The favourite food of the uncultured masses.Throw in a pitcher or two of beer and a basket of overpriced chicken bones and it sounds like a party waiting to happen! There's actual real food out there folks.Don't be blinded by wing joints.Never understood the appeal of such places.
- Mr. T
- November 13, 2012 - 10:50
This place is awesome. Awesome Wings, Cold Beery, Good service.
- November 13, 2012 - 18:21
Cold beer !?! Really?! Wow!! I could see cold beer completely changing downtown St. John's! 'Awesome' hardly seems to be an appropriate overused, mindless description.
- November 12, 2012 - 13:09
Sadly this IS a great concept but this has grown too far too fast. The price of the wings is reasonable, but you should be using buffalo wings (like most of your main competitors are). I don't mind paying ~$10 a basket of wings, but not for those two-bite ones. On the plus side, I have had pretty good service, and the sauces are tasty. But I think they need to work on a few things if they are going to be a successful franchise,
- November 13, 2012 - 10:33
So do Buffalo wings come from Buffalo? Is that why they're bigger? LOL Buffalo wings refers to the way they are prepared not their size.
- November 12, 2012 - 07:36
It's good for a change but it'll slow down as fast as it started!! Prices are out to lunch for chicken wings lol......I think it's a bad move going too big too quick !!
- original townie
- November 11, 2012 - 08:27
@Jennifer.......didn't like the service. Don't go there any more baby.
- November 11, 2012 - 13:56
Don't worry, I haven't ;)
- Around The Bay
- November 10, 2012 - 17:12
Coming to Bay Roberts might seem like a great idea but I hope they have researched their market. Not sure where they expect to find the business as Bay Roberts is not a lunch town, and people are loyal to JJ's. Alot of the wing 'n it's business in St. Johns comes from around the bay who are in town for the day. Bay Roberts is not a place to expect a great restaurant business to suceed unless you have been in operation here for years like JJ's or Country Delight. From what people are saying it is a fad and will fizzle out in time. Initially they will be very busy but that will change and people will go back to their old eating habits. If they are going in the location that people are guessing, a location that 2 previous restaurants have not succeeded, why do they think they will? There are several other new restaurants in the area that do not appear to be doing very well either. I do wish the owners lots of luck but highly doubt they will be that successful in this area. I think they are better off going to Carbonear which is the real business area of the bay and alot of government employees work there who go out for lunch. Bay Roberts is not a booming business town by any means with no big draw. I think the comment from Jennifer says alot when she said that the locations outside St. Johns did not have long lineups, maybe because they are not that busy. Anyway good luck to the owners and I hope they prove me wrong.
- Carbonear Canadiens
- November 14, 2012 - 05:49
Yes, I think they should wait and setup shop in Carbonear. There will be prime restaurant real estate opening soon when Oppy's goes under.
- November 10, 2012 - 12:06
too bad their kitchen and wait staff can't keep up with the demand! Both St. john's locations have given me and my friends bad customer service. At one location, we were yelled at. Grand Falls and Gander locations, however, were fantastic. I did notice the big difference: there wasn't a line out the door and wait staff weren't run off their feet.