Monday, September 17, 2012

Take Me Out

-KingT's Wing Fling

With football season now in full swing and wings being one of those things people enjoy eating most while watching, today's post takes us to a great place for some take out lollipop style wings with some Asian influence to them. So we head over to 18th street in Pilsen today to check out 'Take Me Out'. One of my favorite places to eat in the city.


Locals favorite on 18th street

Take Me Out as the name suggests is a little wing stop with a few other options on the menu. You dont have to take them to go though as they do have four or five tables for you to enjoy their specialty wings and shrimp while dining in. Started by the daughter of the man who owns Great Seas, she decided to bring her dads hugely popular Asian style lollipop wings aka 'Hotties' to the southside. The menu is small with the wings and shrimp being your options and the choice of white rice or fried is the other. Don't sleep on the shrimp as I tried them recently and found them to be very enjoyable to the point where it'll be tough not to get them next time.


Shrimp Hotties

But as good as the shrimp is, the wings are even better. Just like her dads these hotties here are a mix of both sweet and spicy with perfectly fried crunch to them each and every time. AKA lollipops because of their unique appearance. Only drumettes are used and they cut the bottom so that they're shaped like a lollipop when fried. Different levels of heat are offered. I believe these Korean style of wings to be the best non-Buffalo variety in the city. One of my favorite stops and I encourage anyone who hasn't been to do so soon. You wont be disappointed.


Lil Hotties from Take Me Out Wings

Take Me Out
1502 W 18th St.
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 929-2509
Website

Take Me Out on Urbanspoon

1 comment:

Rodrigo Mukhopadhyay said...

You can’t go wrong with chicken and shrimp! Definitely trying this out when I go back to Illinois. Thanks for the tip! :D

Rodrigo Mukhopadhyay

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