WesWings Specials Friday 3-5-21

Lunch

Chunky Monkey Pancakes
Fluffy pancakes with fresh bananas and chocolate chips. Served with syrup and a side of bacon, turkey sausage or fruit.$13.95

Avocado Toast & Lox
7 Grain toast or plain or “everything” bagel with avocado, lox, tomato, onion and capers.$14.95

Pepperoni & Mozzarella Grilled Cheese Panino
Served on Panini pressed rustic Italian and comes with a side of soup, salad, or fries.$13.95

Po’ Boy
Clam strips in a soft roll with lettuce, tomato and a spicy chipotle mayo. Comes with a side of fries, small soup or small salad.$13.95

Dinner

Spaghetti and Meatballs
House made meatballs over spaghetti with marinara. Served with a side of bread.$15.95

Burrito Wrap Panino
A tortilla wrap with grilled chicken, yellow rice, avocado, black beans & shredded cheddar, then pressed. Served with chips and salsa. Veggie burrito available too.$13.95

Baked Macaroni and Cheese
A creamy blend of cheeses baked with elbow pasta! Add grilled chicken and crumbled bacon for $15.95 Large side of plain mac & cheese $11.95 Small plain side $ 5.95

WesWings Specials Thursday 3-4-21

Lunch

Grilled Chicken Quesadilla Or Plain Cheese Quesadilla
Marinated chicken with peppers & onions, melted cheddar cheese in a grilled tortilla. Served with salsa and sour cream. $13.95 Or Plain cheese quesadilla for 10.95

Falafel Panino
Falafel, avocado, cucumbers, diced tomato, lettuce & tahini in a pressed tortilla wrap. Comes with soup, salad or fries.$13.95

Avocado Toast & Lox
7 Grain toast or plain or “everything” bagel with avocado, lox, tomato, onion and capers.$14.95

Dinner

Chicken Fajitas
Marinated chicken breast with grilled peppers and onions. Served with soft flour tortillas and a side of beans, yellow rice & salsa.$15.95

Strawberry Mango Salad
Salad greens with fresh strawberries, walnuts, mango, goat cheese and top with grilled chicken, falafel , seitan or tofu.$15.95

California Girl Panino
Turkey breast, avocado, cheddar cheese, bacon, with chipotle-ranch in a wrap, then pressed. Served with fries, soup or salad.$13.95

WesWings Specials Wednesday 3-3-21

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Lunch

Turkey Reuben
Grilled turkey on rustic Italian with melted swiss, sauerkraut and 1,000 Island dressing! Served with your choice of salad or fries.$13.95

Teriyaki Chicken Salad Wrap
House made teriyaki chicken salad tossed with a zesty peanut sauce and chopped assorted vegetables in a wrap. Comes with your choice of soup, salad or fries.$13.95

Fried Ravioli
Breaded and fried ricotta filled ravioli topped with a light marinara sauce and fresh mozzarella cheese.$14.95

Avocado Toast & Lox
7 Grain toast or plain or “everything” bagel with avocado, lox, tomato, onion and capers.$14.95

Dinner

Grilled Salmon Dinner
Marinated baked Atlantic glazed salmon served over whipped potatoes with sautéed spinach and vegetables. Jasmine rice available too.$17.95

Soba Noodle Salad
Soba noodles tossed in a spicy peanut sauce with spinach, shredded carrots, wasabi peas, red peppers, snap peas & candied walnuts .Add grilled chicken, falafel, tofu or seitan. Add grilled salmon for 3 points$15.95

Class of 2023 Guide To ‘Swinging

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Eggs Benedict with fresh Asparagus one of many Weekend Brunch specials

You’ve heard about it.  They have cookie dough.  Maybe you even ate here during WesFest.  But now you’re here, standing in line, with a crowd around you, and you hear one of the cashiers yell, “Can I help who’s next?”  

WesWings can be a little daunting the first few times.  Some will panic and just order a burger and fries or a chicken sandwich.  Our menu is pretty extensive and the choices are vast.

  • What kind of bread?
  • Regular or spicy fries?
  • What kind of sauce?
  • Here or to go?

To list just a few of the questions you’ll be asked.

So here are a few ideas to help you get the most out of our little establishment Remember, yes we take points and like the Red & Black Cafe, we are a small independent business owned by Karen & Ed ’89

  1. Water is free, cups are not.  We charge 25 cents for a water cup so if you don’t want to buy a drink, bring your own mug.  We do this to reduce waste, not make money.
  2. To Go containers are free.  Our portions are big and delicious so why not bring it home.

What to order?

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Class of 2022 Guide To ‘Swinging

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Eggs Benedict with fresh Asparagus one of many Weekend Brunch specials

You’ve heard about it.  They have cookie dough.  Maybe you even ate here during WesFest.  But now you’re here, standing in line, with a crowd around you, and you hear one of the cashiers yell, “Can I help who’s next?”  

WesWings can be a little daunting the first few times.  Some will panic and just order a burger and fries or a chicken sandwich.  Our menu is pretty extensive and the choices are vast.

  • What kind of bread?
  • Regular or spicy fries?
  • What kind of sauce?
  • Here or to go?

To list just a few of the questions you’ll be asked.

So here are a few ideas to help you get the most out of our little establishment Remember, yes we take points and like the Red & Black Cafe, we are a small independent business owned by Karen & Ed ’89

  1. Water is free, cups are not.  We charge 25 cents for a water cup so if you don’t want to buy a drink, bring your own mug.  We do this to reduce waste, not make money.
  2. To Go containers are free.  Our portions are big and delicious so why not bring it home.

What to order?

Continue reading

Class of 2021 Guide To ‘Swinging

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Eggs Benedict with fresh Asparagus one of many Weekend Brunch specials

You’ve heard about it.  They have cookie dough.  Maybe you even ate there during WesFest.  But now you’re here, standing in line, with a crowd around you, and you hear one of the cashiers yell, “Can I help who’s next?”  

WesWings can be a little daunting the first few times.  Some will panic and just order a burger and fries or a chicken sandwich.  Our menu is pretty extensive and the choices are vast.

  • What kind of bread?
  • Regular or spicy fries?
  • What kind of sauce?
  • Here or to go?

To list just a few of the questions you’ll be asked.

So here are a few ideas to help you get the most out of our little dining establishment.

  1. Water is free, cups are not.  We charge 25 cents for a water cup so if you don’t want to buy a drink, bring your own mug.  We do this to reduce waste, not make money.
  2. To Go containers are free.  Our portions are big and delicious so why not bring it home.

What to order?

Continue reading

Class of 2019 Guide To ‘Swinging

You’ve heard about it.  They have cookie dough.  Maybe you even ate there during WesFest.  But now you’re here, standing in line, with a crowd around you, and you hear one of the cashiers yell, “Can I help who’s next?”  

WesWings can be a little daunting the first few times.  Some will panic and just order a burger and fries or a chicken sandwich.  Our menu is pretty extensive and the choices are vast.

  • What kind of bread?
  • Regular or spicy fries?
  • What kind of sauce?
  • Here or to go?

To list just a few of the questions you’ll be asked.

So here are a few ideas to help you get the most out of our little dining establishment.

  1. Water is free, cups are not.  We charge 25 cents for a water cup so if you don’t want to buy a drink, bring your own mug.  We do this to reduce waste, not make money.
  2. To Go containers are free.  Our portions are big and delicious so why not bring it home.

What to order?

Continue reading

All Pails, All The Time

pailIf you have ever stopped in for one of our weekend brunches, you’ve probably had a pail.  They’ve become quite popular as a recent snap chat photo clearly shows.  Scrambled, over easy, poached, bacon, avocado, hollandaise the choices are endless.

We have had requests to offer the pail on different days as well as dinner pails like the mashed potato pail or the notorious Pail-A-Palooza.

After careful thought and consideration, we have decided to serve all of our menu items in a pail.  Cheeseburger? In a pail.  Buffalo wings? In a pail. Salads in pails.  Eggplant Parmigiana in pails. Soup in pails.  Chicken Tender Wraps in pails.  You get the idea.

For those of you who either are not fans of the breakfast pail or prefer your Penne Vodka on a plate, you’ll adjust.

While some would rather not have their entire meal in one container the benefits are many.

  • No longer do we have to worry if your meal “was supposed to be to-go”
  • Neatness and presentation? Who cares, it’s in a pail!
  • Finally, to keep every portion consistent in size, we will be serving our cookie dough in the pail as well.  While we don’t recommend eating 26 oz of cookie dough, you’re all big boys and girls and can make that choice if you want.

We look forward to seeing photos of your pail food on Twitter and SnapChat or Facebook if anyone still uses it.