Chicken wings are a pub classic. Versatile, messy, flavourful, satisfying, and the perfect pairing for the football match on TV or a night out with pals.
Now, following a three-year renovation of a nearly ninety year-old restaurant space, Hamilton has a brand new spot that specializes in the unpretentious, saucy barroom staple.
Given the name Wingporium at the Prince Eddy, this new chicken wing-forward restaurant now lives in the renovated former home of the Prince Edward Tavern, which originally opened on Barton Street in Hamilton back in 1937.
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Not only does this new foodie spot in the Stipley neighbourhood feature a whopping 88 different flavours of chicken wing, they also have a stacked menu of pub favourites like poutine, ribs, fish & chips, burgers, and beyond.
Now available for dine-in, takeout, or delivery through Skip the Dishes and Uber Eats, there are plenty of ways to get your ‘wing’ on with this brand new Hamilton pub! Check them out at 737 Barton Street East.
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