Whether you like them smothered in a tangy buffalo sauce, crispy and fried, or dipped in ranch, there isn't really a wrong way to enjoy chicken wings. And on Friday, chicken wing fans can eat this finger-licking food all day long to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day.
In 2016 alone, the National Chicken Council expects an estimated 28 billion bone-in chicken wings to be eaten by consumers.
No matter how you like to eat your chicken wings, there are deals to munch on across Southern California.
What to do, where to go and what to see
Buffalo Wild Wings is offering half-price wings at participating locations. Wingstop is offering five free wings with any wing order from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Hooters is celebrating by offering all-you-can-eat traditional wings for $14.99 and boneless wings for $12.99 at participating locations.