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Francesca's Pizza, Pasta, and Grill

By staff writer : Owen Brennan
After arriving at my friends house, my normal conversation commenced, "Who has the best wings around here?" He thought about it for a minute and said, "Francesca's." I figured it was an Italian restuarant but didn't expect it to be a pizza place in a small strip mall. My hopes werent high since almost every pizza joint in Jersey has the exact same wings. All from a restuarant depot that has a ton of frozen wings packed in the freezer. Anytime i've ordered wings from a pizza place, they come with 1 sauce flavor, and a blob of blue cheese dressing. NOT Francesca's!! Several different kinds of sauce, generously applied to each and every wing. I had "BBQ mild" sauce on my order. We had them delivered since we were all having a good time drinking at the house. Delivery time was about 45 minutes, which isnt bad at all for it being a Saturday night. The delivery guy came, i met him at the door and when we exchanged money for wings, they were still piping hot. Those 20 wings lasted about 10 minuted in my possession, OUTSTANDING! By far the best wings i have ever had from a pizza place. They were actually so good that the first thing i thought about were those BBQ mild wings. My son and I took a ride out there the next day and ordered 50 more. He also approved. We ordered 50 this time so we could have left overs for the next day too. Definetly a good value also, 50 wings, $28. Not bad, I met with Gus, one of the owners, and he told me about the Garlic Parmasean sauce he makes. He hooked me up with 5 wings with that sauce. Very satisfying, definetly a different kind of sauce. Gus also told me that all of his sauces are made from scratch, and thats rare these days. I rate Francesca's a 9. I will definetly be returning.

Francesca's Pizza, Pasta, and Grill 127 Ark Rd, Mt Laurel NJ
the phone is 856-802-2882


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