It's no secret that I have an infatuation with Shreveport-Bossier food. If you don't have a handful of places that you love to visit weekly in Shreveport-Bossier you're living life all wrong. It leads me to ask, where are you going to eat?

There is no shame when it comes to enjoying restaurant chains, they also support our local economy, however, 90% of the time you'll catch me at a family-owned restaurant.

When you choose to eat locally owned you are able to talk to the owners and managers and get a better experience.

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That's what happened to me when I went to Line Ave Pie and Brew and had every intention of ordering my usual, a thin crust pizza with all the toppings. I realized everyone around me had chicken wings, and I felt like I was missing out on some secret menu.

I am a sucker for a delicious chicken wing, in that moment the owner walked through the door and said "hello". I asked him what was up with the chicken wings and he was like, "Wings are what we love to do. You have to try them."

I ordered the buffalo and the hot honey mustard wings. The bartender Danielle suggested the hot honey mustard ones which I would have never ordered and after trying them I am happy I did.

These are probably the best wings I have had in Shreveport, don't let me tell you about it, put them to the taste test, and let me know if I'm wrong.

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According to Line Ave Pie and Brew's website, these are the different flavors you can order:

  • Buffalo
  • Honey BBQ
  • Lemon pepper
  • Garlic parmesan
  • Hot honey mustard
  • Redhead rub( dry)
  • Salt and vinegar (dry)

I am always open to trying new places, and I am so happy for jumping on the Shreveport bandwagon and trying these wings. Could they compete when it comes to being the best wings in the Ark-La-Tex? We will find out during football season.

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