Yeah there is this new place next to the gym. Well it's in between the gym, an "eyebrow threading studio" (whatever the hell that is) and a Round Table Pizza. Okay it's... all... appetizers. That's it. Chicken wings. Not a single main course item on the menu. And it's actually open for indoor dining. I can sort of see picking up a bucket of wings on the way home from a beer run before the game, but on the other hand I can get hot wings at the grocery store where the beer is at. Which, coincidentally is on the other side of the gym. Why? What's the attraction? You're going to go in to a restaurant, sit down at a table and eat f&#%*^#^$g APPETIZERS? The same thing you would eat in front of a TV, or on a bar counter, while drinking beer, and yet the place does not even have beer? And what's up with the sides? They are ALL MO(*%&*#&&*($NG SIDES!!!!!!!!!! I dunno, I used to think those Korean era vets that start their day at the VFW hall when the bar opens, and end their day at the VFW hall when the bar closes, are at a low place in their life. Then, I see this place. Honestly though, I don't think I've ever seen anyone walk in or out of it, so I don't even know how they stay in business. I suspect it may be a front for prostitution. If so, that is a good business model. The County has pretty much shut down all the illicit massage parlors. Or so I've heard. Don't get me wrong. I'm not totally anti-appetizer. Like I said, hot chicken wings are really great with beer, and they make you want to drink more beer, so bar owners like them too. When I was a starving student at the university, we would sometimes go out to a local Mexican bar and grill that had spicy chicken wings for their happy hour appetizers. Free happy hour appetizers. So we would nurse an overpriced beer for the entire two or three hours, or however long it was, and get stuffed on VERY HOT chicken wings, and pay for it the next couple days in the restroom. But see, there was a financial necessity there. There is no financial necessity to go to a place that only has wings, when you have to pay for them anyway. It's a store front setup in a strip mall barely wider than an ATM kiosk. I have never been inside, but the only view you're going to have is of the parking lot. And it is not facing the airport, so it's not like you are going there for a session of indoor plane spotting.