Vermont Pub & Brewery (Burlington, VT)

We hope everyone enjoyed their Memorial Day (with a tasty plate of wings possibly?). Our next review comes to you from way up north in Burlington, VT at the Vermont Pub & Brewery. For those who have been up in Burlington, this popular place has been around for ages and is known for its famous brews. But forget the beer, we were there to try the wings! On the menu, this pub offers a wide variety of typical pub food with only one type of bone-in wing, which is the “Ragin’ Cajun Wings.” These wings are tossed in a bayou buffalo sauce and served with a side of carrots and blue cheese for dip.

Flavor: As you can see in the photo, the wings are covered in a sauce that is very buttery and less viscous than your typical buffalo sauce. That being said, I was a fan. Since there was only one flavor to the wings, I would say that the medium heat was appropriate and suitable for most buffalo wing lovers. Although I did not really taste where the Cajun spice came in, the extra butter created for a tasty sauce.

Size/Texture: Unlike most of our reviews, these wings did not seem to be have that fried texture to them, which is not necessarily a bad thing. As for the chicken itself, the wings were moist and were well complimented by the sauce. The wings did not have great size, but left me satisfied after each wing.

Value: The going rate for these wings is $6.99 for a pound of wings, which came out to be approximately 8 medium sized wings. This isn’t a bargain, but it doesn’t break the bank either. For me, it was worth the price I paid. Not to mention, the service at this place was decent as well.

Overall: These wings are very saucy, buttery, delicious, and not too pricey. For those who love buffalo wings, I would recommend trying these out the next time you’re in the Burlington area.

Final Score: 7.5/10

– CT

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