MistralKitchen's boneless wing bun is just one inventive variation featured here. Photo courtesy MistralKitchen.

We’ve got Seahawks on the brain around here. But that doesn't mean we're not still thinking with our stomaches. Here, four spots to satisfy your yen for spicy, saucy, tiny bird arms. 

Ba Bar During regular happy hour, which is 3–6 every day in the bar, the Spicy Sai Gon Chicken Wings are $8 for a plate. Drink specials include $6 cocktails, beer, and wine. Additional $5 cocktails are added to the happy hour menu on Sunday and Monday. But the best deal happens on Tuesdays, when wings are $0.50 all day. 

Lost Lake Cafe Happy hour is 4–6 on weekdays at the comfort food haven. Specials include $8.50 plates of chimichurri wings, $3.50 wells, $2 domestic drafts, and $3 local drafts. 

MistralKitchen Here's a new way to eat a chicken wing: MistralKitchen serves its boneless wing in one of the restaurant's famous buns. During happy hour—everyday, 4–6:30—choose from pork belly or boneless wings and get two buns for $5. Drinks specials include $6 classic cocktails, $8 house cocktails, half off draft beers, and $5 glasses of wine. Other food specials, too. 

WingMasters Sports Bar Happy hour is Monday through Friday 4–7 and features $3.50 well drinks, $2.25 Bud and Bud Light drafts, $3 Red Hook ESB and Manny’s drafts, and half off chicken wings (just till 6, though). Lots of options for dressing your poultry here: 12 different sauces, in a range of hotness, with flavors like classic buffalo, honey lime, and Thai peanut.

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