Finger Licking Fix Buffalo-Style Wings at Fix

They don’t call ’em finger lickin’ for nothing. Frenched “2-bone” chicken wings—13 of the little beauties per order—are brined and then quickly fried. Like so many things in the culinary world, chef Brian Massie’s tangy, spicy sauce is a secret, but he would rate the heat at about a six or seven on a scale of one to 10. So be forewarned. And when your taste buds get a little heated, cool them down by dipping into the house-made Point Reyes blue cheese sauce. $17, in Bellagio, 693-8300, LightGroup.com.

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