Get Wings for a Penny Every Wednesday in February at Hudson’s

Take Wing Wednesday to a whole new level, with wings for a penny every Wednesday night in February at Hudson’s, six o’clock to close. Nope, no catch – just get wings for a penny to warm up before spring officially gets here, at an Edmonton happy hour that’s going to give you the best bang for your buck.

Choose from wing flavours like: Hot, Chicken Caesar, Ancho Chipotle, Sweet Chili, Honey Garlic, Maple Whiskey BBQ, Honey Sriracha, Salted Caramel, Salt and Pepper and Maple Bacon Rub. We’re equal opportunity wing connoisseurs and like them all – but if we did have to pick it would be the Maple Bacon Rub. When we’re in the mood for something different the Chicken Caesar and the Maple Bacon Rub hit the spot.

Feeling thirsty? House pints are only five bucks. Take advantage of that deal and wash those wings down with one of the great beer choices on tap, or a Maple Old Fashioned, if you’re feeling refined.

Pick your happy hour partner, mark your calendar and join us at Hudson’s on Wednesday nights to eat ‘Damn good wings for a penny’.

There are four Hudson’s locations to choose from in Edmonton: Bourbon Street, Whyte Ave, South Common and 109th Street. Get location details at www.hudsonscanadaspub.com.

 

 

YEGDateNight Team

YEGDateNight Team

YEGDateNight started with a way to inspire ourselves to get out of our dinner and a movie rut. We wanted to share the many things to do in Edmonton and area, with people that may or may not have been under the impression that there's nothing going on in the city. It's grown into the go to place to find out what to do in Edmonton, a space where we share date night inspiration for couples, friends and groups in Edmonton.
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1 thought on “Get Wings for a Penny Every Wednesday in February at Hudson’s

  1. Honestly I was disappointed with this event night. It took forever to get a table because they were under prepared for how many people would show up. Then in fine print it turns out you have to order a beverage with each pound of wings. So technically you end up spending exactly the same amount as if you were going for wings anywhere else.
    They were really well done though, nice and crispy, still served hot eventhough it was crazy busy.
    It’s just why fight the crowds for something you can get anywhere else for the same price.

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