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EvenFlow rocks and rolls out wings

Gavin Mead, left, and Paul Cappellino both from

Gavin Mead, left, and Paul Cappellino both from East Islip eat wings at Even Flow Bar and Grill in Bay Shore. (Aug. 8, 2013) (Credit: Randee Daddona)

 EvenFlow Bar and Grill in Bay Shore is at its core a rock pub, hosting lots of heavy metal concerts and other sorts of hard-charging live events – but it takes its wings just as seriously.

On its menu are over 30 wing flavors, such as peanut butter and jelly, chocolate chipotle raspberry, maple bacon whiskey and spicy orange marmalade.

For dining purposes, it’s probably best to take out -- unless planning to order drinks and stay long – as the music plays at vociferous, squint-inducing levels; not exactly supper club stuff, but appropriate for a tavern that takes its name from a Pearl Jam song and whose walls are garnished with rock memorabilia.

The wings are sold 10 for $10 (aside from any specials), and portions consist of both drumettes (one bone) and wingettes (two bones). The pieces are meaty and well-cooked yet not dry, which is enough to already place ‘Flow’s wings past any puny winglets served at similar stops.

EvenFlow Bar and Grill is at 150 E Main St., Bay Shore, 631-665-9696

Tags: EvenFlow , Bay Shore , pub , bar , wings , barbecue , spicy , taste

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