Wings are a messy, delicious, and affordable—a great social food. Whether you like your wings fried, smoked, or battered, Mississippi has some great choices. These are our picks for the 7 best wing places in the state!
Murky Waters is a laid-back barbeque joint in downtown Gulfport, with an outdoor patio that opens onto popular Fishbone Alley. Murky Waters' wings are first smoked then flash fried for a subtle, unique flavor with plenty of sauce options. Enjoy live music and craft beer with your wings!
Bim Bam's started as Christy's Restaurant, but the owners decided to rebrand when they purchased the restaurant in 2013. Today, they're known for their delicious burgers as well as for serving the freshest wings around, and they've opened four locations across North Mississippi.
It may seem unlikely that a seafood restaurant has some of the best wings on the coast, but they do. Blazin' Cajun Seafood in Gulfport has wings which are breaded and then fried, and they're always crisp and juicy. Dip them in your choice of ranch or hot sauce, or just enjoy them plain.
With 11 flavors of hot wings, you know you're going to find something you love at One Stop Grille in Moss Point. The owners take pride in providing consistently great food with excellent customer service, all with a Cajun twist. Sit and enjoy your food in the cozy restaurant or call ahead for take-out.
American Wings is widely considered to have the best wings in Hattiesburg. Located on busy Hardy Street, they're a hit with college students from the nearby University of Southern Mississippi. For added convenience, you can even place to-go orders from their website!
Old School Hot Wings on Highway 61 in Walls is the kind of tucked-away place you only find in the Delta—the kind of place where you always find the best food. They serve whole wings here, not cut-up portions, and they attract customers from all around the area—even Memphis—with their excellent service.
Mr. P's started as a Memphis restaurant known for their wings, and today they've expanded to several locations—including one across state lines in Southaven. Their sauces are so popular they've started selling them on the side. Try the spicy honey bourbon for a sweet and spicy kick!