Everyone's been talking about ramen lately -- especially the ramen at Goro & Gun. What I want to talk about are its wings.
Photos by Katharine Shilcutt The Ol' Dirty Bastard wings are neither old nor dirty.
"We're gonna drive Buffalo Wild Wings out of business," chef David Coffman joked as a bowl of ODB wings hit the bar, the chicken glazed with local honey and topped with a few scattered cilantro leaves.
"You'll have to start showing sports on TV first," I reminded him. Goro & Gun couldn't decide on whether or not to install a TV before opening. Its owners were split on the issue, and eventually came down on the side of a distraction-less restaurant where the focus is on the food and drinks.
But if it came down to just wings, Goro & Gun could give plenty of places a run for their money.