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These aren't your ordinary wings. There are more than 30 flavors, from mild to wild and seemingly everything in between. The unique lip-tingling combinations are favorites for customers of all ages.

"We do a teriyaki wasabi wing," said Vitone. "Some people, when they hear it they say I don't know about that for a wing, but then when they have it they are like WOW, it really works."

"Whether it's something insane hot, whether it's our garlic Parmesan, which if someone gets it then someone at that the other end of the bar says someone has garlic Parmesan, it smells so good," said Romano. "They come in for the wings, but they more or less come in for the family atmosphere."

Bob and Barbara Palmer were married just months before Bob became a POW in World War II. They remarried almost three decades later. Courtesy of Barbara Palmer hide caption

Bob Palmer, Chuck Vervalin, Tim McCoy and Gordy Cox lived hardscrabble lives growing up during the Great Depression. The four young men joined the Navy during World War II and forged an unbreakable bond as crew members on the USS Grenadier.

The Grenadier sank when it was struck by a Japanese aerial torpedo, and though the entire crew survived, they were immediately taken prisoner. For nearly the next three years, Palmer, Vervalin, McCoy and Cox were starved and tortured in Japanese prison camps.

These aren't your ordinary wings. There are more than 30 flavors, from mild to wild and seemingly everything in between. The unique lip-tingling combinations are favorites for customers of all ages.

"We do a teriyaki wasabi wing," said Vitone. "Some people, when they hear it they say I don't know about that for a wing, but then when they have it they are like WOW, it really works."

"Whether it's something insane hot, whether it's our garlic Parmesan, which if someone gets it then someone at that the other end of the bar says someone has garlic Parmesan, it smells so good," said Romano. "They come in for the wings, but they more or less come in for the family atmosphere."



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