The best Hoboken Chicken Wings?

“A Wing and a Prayer” to Crown Best Chicken Wings in Hoboken

Chicken Wing connoisseurs will gather on Saturday, January 25th, to determine which local establishment can once again lay claim to the title of “Best Hoboken Chicken Wings” for 2014.

Hoboken’s finest establishments will be competing to see who tops the list for “Best Chicken Wings in Hoboken.” The winner will be crowned at the SECOND Annual “A Wing and a Prayer” cook off, to be held at the Elks Lodge (10th & Washington). The event starts at 6:00pm.

San Giuseppe, the 2013 Champion, returns to defend its title against a strong lineup of culinary challengers, including 1 Republik, City Bistro, Green Rock, Hotel Victor, Johnny Pepperoni, Mikie Squared, and Trinity.

Sponsors include Munchies and Hoboken Elk’s Club. Headlining the evening’s entertainment will be the award-winning band, Cecilia Celeste.

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Ticket Info: A Wing and a Prayer

Tickets to “A Wing and a Prayer” are $40 and include all-you-can-eat wings, sides, desserts, beer and wine – and the ability to cast your vote for Hoboken’s “Best Chicken Wings!” A silent auction and 50-50 raffle will also be held.

January 25th is the perfect Saturday to join in the fun. It is the weekend before the Super Bowl and an otherwise quiet weekend for events in and around Hoboken. Attendance will be limited to just 300 tickets and is sure to sell out. Purchase tickets here or for more information, contact St. Francis Helpers at 201.659.1772.

St. Francis Helpers, a philanthropic and outreach organization associated with St. Francis Church (308 Jefferson St.) is hosting the event. All proceeds will be directed toward support of families affected by the recent typhoon in the Philippines.

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Thursday, January 24, 2013 2:36 pm

church sponsored? yuck.

Reply to  HobokenDood
Tuesday, January 14, 2014 4:23 pm

That’s an incredibly ignorant statement. The church did a great job last year.[quote comment=”219259″]church sponsored? yuck.[/quote]

Reply to  HobokenDood
Thursday, January 16, 2014 3:35 am

Last year the same group raised a ton of money for Sandy victims. What have you done for anyone lately, Dood? Such an idiot.[quote comment=”219259″]church sponsored? yuck.[/quote]

Reply to  showme789
Thursday, January 16, 2014 12:33 pm

I too raised money for Sandy recovery, but I did so without spreading hate/homophobia, costing taxpayers billions of dollars, spending said money on molestation settlements, starting wars, etc.

Also, stop being so sensitive. [quote comment=”222390″]Last year the same group raised a ton of money for Sandy victims. What have you done for anyone lately, Dood? Such an idiot.[/quote]

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 8:27 pm

The three best place for chicken wings in Hoboken are not competing– that’s unfortunate.

Biggie’s Clam Bar (Newark St. location) has the best traditional buffalo wings in Hoboken, and I don’t think anyone else is even close.

For non-traditional wings, Chickens Factory makes great Korean fried chicken wings, and Karma Kafe makes incredible baked chicken wings.

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