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Wild Wing Cafe

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15 W. Washington Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Hours: Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Music: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
864-242-9453
http://www.wildwingcafe.com/locations/greenville-sc

Known for its wings and beer, Wild Wing Cafe spends most of its time as a casual family eatery. On game day it transforms into a10614256_10152567013778736_2040434443736398713_n sports bar with its scores of TVs tuned to a variety of games. But Thursday through Sunday nights, its second floor comes alive with live music from bands both local and imported. Typically live entertainment is scheduled Thursday through Sunday nights, but occasionally special music nights find their way into the mix.

Usually the music begins around 10 p.m., giving the later-night crowd a place to gather, tip a few and enjoy some great entertainment. The space is large and provides revelers loads of elbow room. There is plenty of space at the bar and lots of tables, too. There’s not a bad seat in the house.

If Wild Wing is open, food is being served. The menu is the size of a small-town telephone book. You can easily get lost in it. Burgers, nachos, wraps, sliders, sandwiches, soups, salads and, of course wings.

Wing sauces come in a variety of flavors with a range of heat. The traditional Buffalo sauce has six tiers of heat beginning with “Rookie” and escalating to “Braveheart.” Sides include all manner of chips and fries, as well as Mac & Cheese and other goodies. There’s a menu for the kids, too.

There are drink specials every day.

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