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It's Wingtoberfest Time Once Again, Time to Vote for Your Favorite Chicken Wing

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It's time to once again line up to be among the first 200 people who'll get to taste and rate the wings from six Houston restaurants in this year's Houston Press Wingtoberfest — for free.

On Wednesday, October 22, the following restaurants will battle for the honor of being named this year's Octoberfest winner: Dosi, Bonfire Wings, Sticky's Chicken, H-Town StrEATs, Dry Creek Cafe and Little Bitty Burger Barn.

And just to make things even nicer, we've gone ahead and paired the wings with a specific Saint Arnold beer.

The event will be held at Outlaw Dave's, 6502 Washington Avenue. Doors open at 6 p.m. and sampling begins at 7 p.m.

Wingtoberfest is brought to you by the Law Offices of Tad Nelson.

Check out our Facebook page on the event.

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