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GO 419 Takeout Takeover: Trouble choosing chicken? DuweyWings dominates.

The year-old business is already making a name for itself when it comes to crispy wings.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Everyone has an opinion when it comes to the best wings in town. But, there is one contender in the 419 that is climbing the ranks after only a year in business.

DuweyWings sits on Airport Hwy. with only a poster to let you know you're there. But, who needs flash when your food can speak for itself?

Customers can choose between naked or breaded wings - both of which are crisp and cooked to perfection - boneless wings or a hefty chicken sandwich.

Sauce options stray a bit from the norm, which allows the restaurant to get creative. But, if you aren't sure where to start, you can't go wrong with the signature Duwey barbecue; it has all the best parts of sweet, savory and a little bit of spice.

DuweyWings added a new photo.

While the wings steal the show, the shop offers some great sides - like the crunchy french fries or the tator tots - that come loaded as well for those who come in extra hungry.

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The service, however, is what really makes the place special. Owner Michael Duhart is there to make you feel welcome from the moment you walk in, unafraid to spark conversation with anyone who stops by.

The small wing shop is currently running under limited hours due to COVID-19. But, you can swing by Wednesday through Friday from 3 - 10 p.m., on Saturdays from noon until 10 p.m. and on Sundays from noon until 8 p.m.

To keep up with all that DuweyWings has to offer, follow them on Facebook by clicking here.

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