Myrtle Beach is known as a place filled with many restaurants to choose from for dining any night of the week. However, if it is a Tuesday night in which we are planning to go out, we know immediately we are going to visit Wild Wing Cafe at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach. The reason we love going to Wild Wing Cafe on Tuesday evenings is that every Tuesday, they have Two Fer Tuesday wings or half price.
Once arriving, I dropped my wife off at the door with the baby and headed on my journey to find a parking space. Because of the rainy weather, everyone was out shopping, dining and enjoying Barefoot Landing. I finally found a space, parked and began my walk to the restaurant. I was taking my time because it was just after 7PM and I figured the restaurant would be packed and expected a wait of 30 minutes to an hour. But, to my surprise, my phone rang. My wife called to inform me she had got us a booth and was ordering our drinks awhile.
Our meal began with an order of Big Fat Fries. Quite the tasty appetizer. It was a mound of of fresh cut potato wedges smothered in cheese which arrived at our table in less than 5 minutes.
After devouring the fries, our wings then arrived. I had the Honey Mustard Wings & Ranchilada Wings pictured above. The picture below is of my wife’s wings, The Boss & The Slayer.
What made our evening out so wonderful was the exceptional service we experienced. The servers were always on top of things. Our glasses never were more than 1/3 empty. When we needed something it was delivered quickly and with a smile. Even bussing our table as we finished was done quickly. It was great to see the teamwork taking place. Servers who were not our own would come and fill our glasses and take the dishes if they saw a need.
Price was another great part of our meal. For the both of us with appetizer the total cost was $25.00 including tip. Not bad for two meals, an appetizer and great leftovers for the next day.
Since my degree is in Restaurant/Hotel Management, I am extremely critical on restaurants when I go out to eat. I find myself constantly critiquing restaurants by habit. Wild Wing Cafe quickly became one of our absolute favorite places to go for wings in Myrtle Beach & North Myrtle Beach.