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Wing Wars: Fuel Pizza vs. Boundary Stone
Who has the best wings in Washington? You tell us. By Jessica Voelker
Fuel Pizza or Boundary Stone: Only one can fly the final four coop to compete in the championship.
Comments () | Published March 28, 2012

Welcome back to Wing Wars, our March Madness-style competition in which local venues compete to see who has the best saucy, fried poultry pieces in all of Washington. It's an exciting day in the wing world, with just one more bout left before the championship game tomorrow.

Yesterday, we asked you whether the Ugly Mug or BonChon should waddle forward, and you were decisive--BonChon it is! The Korean chicken chain will compete for the title tomorrow, but the question is: Which spot will it go up against? Both of today's contenders have had a strong showing throughout the competition. Fuel Pizza has inspired superlatives in comment sections, and Boundary Stone regulars came out in droves to support their neighborhood watering hole. It's truly any wing's game, and only you can determine the pecking order. As always, the poll closes at midnight.

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  • Martym1974

    Fuel pizza wins, no doubt about it

  • Dance65

    Boundary Stone is 'IT'......just the best there is.....

  • Patricia Kirby Skinner

    Zach's and Bob's

  • curreb

    Washingtonians, when in Charlotte, NC I eat the same delicious wings at one of the Fuel Pizzas there. When you are there for the DNC Convention you will find 6 convevient locations to satisfy your taste buds. Charlotte is the original home of Fuel Pizza. Their New York style pizza is at least as great as their Wings.

  • Diamond13chris

    FUEL WINGS - Without A Doubt Are the BEST WIngs on the Planet! Let's GO -DC FUEL!

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