I used the Entertainment coupon for W.O. Wright's yesterday. Michael ordered the 20 hot wings for 10.00. He chose all drums which added an extra 3.00 to his total. While Michael really likes their wings, I am not a huge fan. They are breaded, fried then sauced. I don't really care for breading on a Buffalo wing, and the sauce wasn't great. mary ordered the cheese fries. They seem to be handcut fries and were well seasoned and cheesy. I ordered the Chicken Strips with the hot garlic sauce and a side order of fried muchrooms. My sauce was great and nice and spicy. The mushrooms were probably from Sysco, but they were a decent quality product. The cocktail sauce was nice and tangy.

My gripe with this place was the service. The bartender waited on us, and she was much more interested in flirting with the guys at the bar. She was extremely slow and ditzy, and for some reason seemed surprised that we needed a high chair for an eleven month old. all in all the experience was positive. While the food isn't fine dining, it is decent bar food and reasonably priced.

I have a gripe with this year's book...there are many coupons for restaurants that are out of business. Some were in last year's book, and the restaurants were closed then. One was closed the year before that! That information really needs to be updated.

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Comment by Shelly Van Kirk on July 2, 2008 at 9:38am
Hey Erin, The coupon book is The Entertainment Book. It is available for most major metropolitan areas. You can view books for your area at www.entertainment.com. W.O. Wright's is in Fairborn, OH very close to Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Also, I'm not sure there's a bad time of day for fried mushrooms. The best I've ever had was at a place in Charleston, SC. They were stuffed with Old English cheese then breaded and deep fried.

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