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[St. Louis Bar & Grill] St. Louis AYCE Boneless Wings - $13.99

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St. Louis AYCE Boneless Wings - $13.99

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Price:
13.99
Expiry:
January 31, 2020
Retailer:
St. Louis Bar & Grill
All you can eat boneless wings at all St. Louis locations for all of January

$13.99 plus purchase of Large drink
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Jun 12, 2013
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Advertisement says $13.99 not $14.99

Never had their boneless wings can anyone comment if they are any good?

Doesn't seem like too bad of a deal for the price
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Jul 24, 2008
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A little misleading. It's not really $13.99 as a large drink purchase is required.
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Aug 8, 2007
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timbit01 wrote: Advertisement says $13.99 not $14.99

Never had their boneless wings can anyone comment if they are any good?

Doesn't seem like too bad of a deal for the price
I really like their wings so when they first came out with boneless wings I thought great! I was wondering how they got the bones out to make them boneless while I waited for my order and when it arrived I realized how silly I was - they are essentially just boneless chicken fingers! I tried one and didn’t like it and thankfully the waitress understood and took them back for regular wings. Maybe they are better now.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Man, 19-25 year old me would've crushed this.

30-something current me is tempted but the heartburn and bloat just isn't worth it any more.
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604dru wrote: Man, 19-25 year old me would've crushed this.

30-something current me is tempted but the heartburn and bloat just isn't worth it any more.
I feel you xD
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Feb 2, 2017
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timbit01 wrote: Advertisement says $13.99 not $14.99

Never had their boneless wings can anyone comment if they are any good?

Doesn't seem like too bad of a deal for the price
They're ok but nothing will really compare to chicken wings

They're just pure chicken breasts, not processed or pumped with water, so they taste nothing like chicken nuggets, just chicken breasts.

Chicken breasts tend to be dry so a lot is gonna depend on the sauce, and St Louis is pretty good if you get the Hotter than Hell sauce which is their signature I think

The thing is you won't be able to eat more than a normal large serving (normally $15) unless you are Joey Chestnut or something
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Nov 3, 2005
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Toronto
Last time, a pop was considered a large beverage. I like their boneless wings better than their regular wings. The quality varies by location though.
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Jan 21, 2017
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First time I tried these boneless wings I was very disappointed with them. They taste like nuggets. But what turned me off even more is that all subsequent orders were half orders, meaning you get like 4 pieces instead of a full order and the wait in between orders is enough to make you lose your appetite. After trying their AYCE with the regular wings and ribs with their other promos, it's clear that it's part of their strategy to limit how much customers eat. Needless to say, their AYCE promotions don't wet my appetite anymore.
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Lukus2017 wrote: But what turned me off even more is that all subsequent orders were half orders, meaning you get like 4 pieces instead of a full order and the wait in between orders is enough to make you lose your appetite.
If you don't time limit me and I have nothing to do all day, I'll sit there all day/night and literally eat you out of house and home.
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Cheapest beverage is a large pop at $3.29. Free refills.
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EYEAM2COOL4U wrote: I really like their wings so when they first came out with boneless wings I thought great! I was wondering how they got the bones out to make them boneless while I waited for my order and when it arrived I realized how silly I was - they are essentially just boneless chicken fingers! I tried one and didn’t like it and thankfully the waitress understood and took them back for regular wings. Maybe they are better now.
they specially source their chickens for these boneless wings now
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Lukus2017 wrote: First time I tried these boneless wings I was very disappointed with them. They taste like nuggets. But what turned me off even more is that all subsequent orders were half orders, meaning you get like 4 pieces instead of a full order and the wait in between orders is enough to make you lose your appetite. After trying their AYCE with the regular wings and ribs with their other promos, it's clear that it's part of their strategy to limit how much customers eat. Needless to say, their AYCE promotions don't wet my appetite anymore.
That's a common practice at AYCE establishments. They tend to really push empty fillers like breads, pastas, salads, etc. Like Olive Garden with their bottomless pastas served with unlimited bread sticks and salad. It's a total sucker deal. You see a lot of buffet joints have most of the items on the buffet counters are stuff that is high carbs, deep fried stuff. That's how they make back the money because most people are going to be full after a couple or 3 rounds. Especially with kids, seniors, some teenage girls/young ladies that don't eat too much. Unless you're a big seafood fan like with peeled shrimp, mussels along with some items just in meats and veggies, not a real deal AYCE's happen to be at the prices these days.
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Lukus2017 wrote: First time I tried these boneless wings I was very disappointed with them. They taste like nuggets. But what turned me off even more is that all subsequent orders were half orders, meaning you get like 4 pieces instead of a full order and the wait in between orders is enough to make you lose your appetite. After trying their AYCE with the regular wings and ribs with their other promos, it's clear that it's part of their strategy to limit how much customers eat. Needless to say, their AYCE promotions don't wet my appetite anymore.
I don't like restaurants that play this kind of game. If they advertise all you can eat, then prepare to have customers come with empty stomachs. I tried Montana's all you can eat ribs once. They would bring two ribs at a time on tiny tea cup saucers as if to shame customers for asking for more. I complained to the server about this practice and how it will turn me off from going there again. So far I have been true to my word. As customers, we generally accept the non AYCE portions for what they are. So they should not judge what is appropriate amount for AYCE.
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