AJ Bombers – Milwaukee, Wi

If you live in Milwaukee, you’ve probably heard of AJ Bombers. If you haven’t , you are most likely a vegetarian, don’t watch Food Wars, or live under a damn rock. Located on Water Street, AJ Bombers has arguably the best burgers in the city. The atmosphere is laid back. Old school bomber plane parts, ammo boxes and writing from patrons litter the walls. Not to mention the HUGE chairs outside that have come synonymous with the place. When you are seated, you get a checklist-style menu to order from and a bowl of peanuts to munch on and litter the floors with. The staff is friendly, courteous and talkative which I like. We went in for burgers but ended...

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WingZone – Milwaukee

Started off as a beautiful Sunday. Sun shining, birds chirping, and all that sissy crap.  Dan and I were heading down to Brady Street for some lunch at Glorioso’s Deli when Dan randomly blurts out “what about Wing Zone?”.  So the wing freaks we are, we change plans and head to Wing Zone. On the way we called out friends Danny and Kim to see if they wanted to join us since they were on the way there anyway.  Picked them up, rolled down the windows and blasted the stereo all the way to Brady Street. Wing Zone is a chain so we didn’t have very high expectations.  The prices weren’t too bad at roughly $40 for 50 wings...

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Traditional or Boneless? (now w/ poll)

As a self proclaimed wing connoisseur, I tend to not really consider boneless wings real legit wings. Which they aren’t of course, they are just a white meat chicken nugget. But lets face it, they are all the rage. Places used to only have traditional wings but most places that have wings give you a choice between the two now. Obviously the appeal of the boneless wing is that it’s easy to eat, and not messy. Most people eat’em with a fork and knife. You also don’t get any of the fat or gristle that can sometimes come along with a traditional wing. So if you’re picky about that stuff they have that appeal as well. I’ve been told...

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