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REVIEW: Wild Wing Café, Lawrenceville Snellville Gwinnett

Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville

Wild Wing Café has long been one of our “go to” spots in Gwinnett and our reasons are clear. Consistently good food and excellent service. With 1/2 priced burger nights on Monday and 1/2 price salad nights on Wednesday, we try to go during the week and not on the weekend – especially during football season. This location is LOUD on the weekends when fans pack inside to watch their favorite game. There’s also ample outdoor , covered seating when the weather cools off.

Fried Pickles, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Fried Pickles, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville

I met Melanie at the restaurant since I was on my way home from the office. She’d already grabbed us one of the booths by the window and was seated with drinks when I arrived. Regardless of whether its 1/2 price salad night or not, the salads are fantastic and I had that on my mind the whole way there.

We decided to start the meal though with the Fried Pickles. We’d had this appetizer before and it comes with Ranch dressing but substitute the Southwestern Ranch instead to spice it up just a little. It’s not too hot, even for Melanie, so I think you’ll enjoy it. On this night, the Fried Pickles came out SO HOT they were difficult to eat right away, even for me! You got to LOVE it!

Chef Salad, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Chef Salad, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Fajita Fiesta Wrap, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Fajita Fiesta Wrap, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville

Melanie likes the Chef Salad as it’s loaded with grilled chicken, eggs, a variety of cheeses and all kinds of great veggies. If you’re a salad lover, this is the one you want to get. Laurie ordered the Chicken Feathers, which is a grilled chicken entrée that comes prepared with the wing sauce of your choosing. I opted for the Fiesta Fajita Wrap that has grilled chicken, rice and beans and is served with the Southwestern Ranch dressing. Tonight, I’m not sure what it was, but everything came out of the kitchen piping HOT.

Chicken Feathers, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville
Chicken Feathers, Wild Wing Cafe, Lawrenceville

Be sure to sign up for the Wild Wing Club Card and present it to your server at each meal. Once you get to $500 you get a $25 credit so it’s an effective discount of 5%. Wild Wing Café is one of our favorites but we limit our visits to during the week because the weekends tend to be so crowded. We think though that it’s a great place though to share a meal with your family and friends. Guten appetit!
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2 Comments

  1. September 16, 2015 at 8:28 am

    Several of our readers posted comments on Facebook that Tuesday is karaoke night and it’s all you can eat wings night for $12. Personally, Melanie and I avoid karaoke night at any restaurant 1) because its loud and 2) because we hate hearing good songs butchered. One lady on facebook did mention that her group has a theater background and they are really good so I guess we need to give them a chance, right?!? Guten appetit!

  2. Theran Augustine
    November 2, 2017 at 9:07 am

    I used to visit this place on the regularly – 3 out of 7 nights a week at least. On the night of November 1, 2017 around closing time, I was met with the utmost disrespect by upper management/ ownership when a representative blatantly refused to shake my hand. This occurred after said rep had already singled me out at the bar, telling me that I “didn’t belong” there among a bevy of other would be insults. I approached him after this to simply inquire what the problem was and upon extending my hand to introduce myself, the rep rudely turned his back and refused to neither shake my hand nor stop and address the situation that he’d just created. I am of African American heritage and as much as I’d like to believe this was not a motivating factor in the matter, sadly, I cannot. I no longer feel welcome here and will not return. This was truly a saddening sequence of events and reflects poorly on the core values and morals that Wild Wing Cafe embodies.

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