Montreal is known for poutine palaces, smoked meat shacks, and bagel oases. Chicken wings complete Montreal’s food quartette. The following are an unranked collection of chicken wing spots. Nothing is more pleasurable than digging into a bowl of finger licking good chicken wings warmly sauced to perfection, and of course paired with a cold brew to appease your hunger grumbles.\nClick here for the Best Montreal Chicken Wings >\nNext Door Pub\n5175 Sherbrooke Ouest\nWing Night:\nAll of Next Door’s wings are worth having, really, but the Tao Wings are what has wing lovers walking out of their old wing haunts, and walking Next Door. Tao wings sauce is a delicious combination of spice and garlic. Come to this Westmount hotspot for cold drinks, good food, and a generally amiable crowd.\nFacebook page\nCunningham's Pub\n84 Cameron & 75 Ste. Anne, Hudson, QC\nWing Night:\nCunningham's Pub is a Montreal-area classic. If you're in the Hudson area, seeing historical sites, being on a boat, or hitting the links, definitely stop by Cunningham's Pub. They have alternating wing nights, poutine nights, pizza nights, etc. Wings are only a small part of what Cunningham's does, but they do 'em right!\nFacebook page\nWings N' Things\n5663 Royalmount Ave.\nWing Night:\nThe perfect spot for dine-in or delivery wings! Your wings can be regular, breaded, boneless, or grilled. You can buy retail (6) all the way up to commercial (200+) wings and have a choice of nine sauces including the rave-reviewed peanut butter and Jack Daniel’s BBQ.\nFacebook page\nHooters Restaurant\n3320 Boul. Taschereau\nWing Night: Monday, All-U-Can-Eat for 9.99$\nHooters. And wings! And TV and beer and sports! This South Shore wing and TLC spot has fun for the whole, or newly separated, family. Meaty wing variety is the allure here. Well, one allure, of many.\nFacebook page\nDiablos BBQ\n1693A St.-Denis St\nWing Night:\nThe bar wing gets a B vitamin shot at Diablos! Or, actually, maybe the opposite of a B vitamin shot, a deep fry! Diablos BBQ is a smokehouse bar and restaurant and a great place to experience Southern style BBQ. Deep fried wings are served with house BBQ sauce.\nFacebook page\nAd's Buffalo Wings & Pizza\n825 Decarie Boul.\nWing Night:\nAd’s Buffalo Wings is a great spot for cheap wing delivery. Less than $5 for five, and $35 for 60! Wings come in all your favorite flavors: honey, BBQ, medium, spicy, double spicy, 911, suicide, honey-garlic, honey-mustard, chile soft, and sweet & sour.\nFacebook page\nDinette Triple Crown\n6704 rue Clark\nWing Night:\nJust like baseball players get the “triple crown” for leading the league in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in, the Dinette Triple Crown deserves the triple crown of Montreal wings. Great cocktails, friendly service, and impeccable chicken, are all unique hallmarks of this spot. Meals are delivered in picnic basket if you want to eat in the park across the street! Delicious pigtails and buffalo wings, served like-for-like. Their fried chicken and pulled pork are south-of-Dixie delicious too.\nFacebook page\nIrish Embassy Pub & Grill\n1234 Bishop St\nWing Night:\nIrish Embassy offers an old-world feel-y interior in which to consume fabulous wings and copious beer! No fear, though, TV screens will keep you updated on the NHL playoffs. The front terrace is great for spring and summer wing conquests. Wings are meaty and come in sweet, chili, honey garlic, mild, medium, and hot. Wings are ordinarily $10.99 per/lb, so be sure to capitalize on Tuesday's beer deal.\nFacebook page\nLe Cage aux Sports Montreal (Bell Centre)\n1212 Canadiens de Montreal Ave\nWing Night:\nLa Cage has many locations in Montreal, with the Bell Centre venue being the most historical and rowdy. La Cage has put themselves on the Montreal map for years with immense TV screens and famous wings. La Cage offers seven finger-licking flavors: Salt & Pepper, Buffalo, Buffalo Bull’s Eye, Asian, 911, Uppercut, and Kamikaze. Every La Cage location offers good beer, good energy, and good food, but this location surpasses all others in NHL playoff energy!\nFacebook page\nMcKibbin's Irish Pub\n1426 Bishop St\nWing Night:\nMcKibbin’s Irish Pub made their wings unique in the most predictable, but also most delicious, way possible: add Guinness. McKibbin’s Guinness wings, more specifically the sauce, is a revelation. Come for the wings, stay ‘cuz you’re drunk! Try to Rim Reaper challenge if you’re bold enough. The challenge is to finish a dozen wings made with Ghost Pepper. If you believe you can achieve take a bite and earn your name on the wall of fame.\nFacebook page\nBuffalo Bill Wings\n5335 Queen Mary Road\nWing Night:\nWith five locations across Montreal, and delivery/pick-up service, Buffalo Bill’s wings are a Montreal classic. The wings come original (non-breaded), crispy/breaded, and boneless. 14 saliva-generating sauces will keep you coming back including Spicy Honey Garlic and Caribbean Jerk. Deep fried wings!!\nFacebook page\nPoutineville\n1348 Beaubien St\nFacebook page\nYe Old Orchard Pub & Grill\n1189 rue de la Montagne St\nFacebook page\nHurley's Irish Pub\n1225 Crescent St\nFacebook page\nOmma\n117 rue Bernard Ouest\nFacebook page\nChef on Call\nMultiple Locations\nFacebook page\nIcehouse\n51 Avenue Roy E\nFacebook page\nResto Bar le Pioneer\n286 Lakeshore Rd, Pointe-Claire\nWing Night:\nWith the kitchen re-opening May 1, we add this West Island standout in the Montreal wing game to the list. Every sauce is excellent: BBQ, Meil a l’ail, Three Spice, or Spicy Thai. The Pioneer also has great burgers, barbeque entrees, and amazing sides. Plus live music and entertainment!\nFacebook page\nWhere will you be eating wings?