National Chicken Wings Day is held annually on July 29.
TAMPA – Ask yourself one question, and quite honestly: have you earned your wings?
Crawford Francis Ker, the former offensive linebacker for the Florida Gators
, certainly hopes so.
That’s because Tuesday, July 29 marks a special day for Ker: it’s National Wing Day, which not surprisingly means the folks at his own WingHouse Bar & Grill
restaurant chain plan to do their own special celebrating.
Ker, the CEO of the Largo
-based franchise and alumni of the National Football League
, plans to be offering deals on this special day to get as many customers as possible in a soaring wing mood.
National Chicken Wing Day
is celebrated annually on July 29, devoted to highlighting the rich variety of chicken wings that are available – hot and spicy, mild, boneless, sticky sweet, served with blue cheese, celery sticks or plum sauce, and, as the sponsors of this day of celebration like to note, offering plenty of protein. Continue reading
The Oceanaire restaurant on International Drive is hosting a special five course meal next weekend, made up of Alaskan delicacies.
ORLANDO — Commercial fishing is a major industry in the state of Alaska
, and this has been the case for literally hundreds of years, ever since Alaska Natives began harvesting salmon in the early 17th century.
One of the most popular meals to come out of the frigid Alaskan waters is fresh Alaska Weathervane Scallops. But if it seems like a trip to Anchorage is the only way to sample them, think again. For anyone living in the tropical climate of Orlando
, it’s now as easy as a trip to International Drive
That’s where the Oceanaire Seafood Room
restaurant is making available to all scallop connoisseurs a serving of Alaska Weathervane Scallops – as part of the seafood restaurant’s special offering, the Alaska Seafood & Wine Weekend five course menu.
This specialty item will be available next weekend only, from July 25-27. Continue reading
Pagne Champagne Lounge will have its grand opening in Thornton Park next month.
ORLANDO — Downtown Orlando, already known for hosting a wide variety of specialized restaurants and nightclubs, is about to get even more diverse when it becomes the home to this region’s first champagne lounge.
Within a month, the champagne corks are expected to be popping at Pagne Champagne Lounge, an establishment that plans to offer patrons a wide selection of champagne, wine and spirits to go along with a menu of light appetizers and to serenade those customers with an evening of live piano entertainment. Continue reading