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Pic-a-lilli Inn aka "The Pic" - Shamong

Pic-a-lilli Inn aka "The Pic" - Shamong

by staff writer: Owen Brennan

Anyone in Ocean county, Burlington county, maybe even Mercer county that owns a motorcycle knows of this bar. I also believe that every fireman in the tri counties knows of this bar because their wings are so hot, they have their own fire truck. Maybe every biker, and fireman has been to this bar. It is definitely my favorite wing spot. Full sized wings, sweet, tangy, garlic, butter sauce, and the coldest beer just makes this bar, a treasure in the woods. My wife and I jumped on the Harley Davidson and just cruised around in the pine barons for about 2 hours and made it to, as what locals call it, "The Pic." When we walked in, we were greeted pleasantly by the female bartender that looked like she could easily beat up me, and the 2 other fellas that walked in with me, and she was only about 110 pounds. Very friendly though. She served up some Yeungling in a frosted glass, hooked us up with the controller thing to play "quizzo" while we waited for our delicious wings. The four of us ordered 50 wings. They were out surprisingly fast, served in a huge dog bowl that looked like it could have been utilized by a Great Dane. Wings overflowing, she sat the bowl right in front of me. The aroma entered my nose like a veteran coming home from the war. Borderline orgasmic!!! After the four of us went to town on the 50 wings, we had about 20 leftover. My wife wasn't too happy about this, since we were travelling on a Harley, but I had to get them to go. By far, the BEST WINGS EVER! Excellent service, excellent food, excellent "out in the pines" feeling. Very affordable also.

866 route 206, Shamong, Burlington county, NJ
The Pic-A-Lilli Inn - The Original King of the Wings.


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