Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar
Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar
Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar
Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar
Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar
Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly's new chicken, beer and sports bar

Fly the coop to the Lord of the Wings – Indooroopilly’s new chicken, beer and sports bar

Gather your fellowship – a food-centric adventure awaits. Lord of the Wings has expanded, bringing its pilgrimage-worthy American-inspired bites to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre. We’re talking wings, rings and all sorts of other delicious things served in a relaxed sports bar atmosphere. If you crave a feast of royally impressive proportions, Lord of the Wings has the treasure that you seek.

For the past 18 months, visitors to Westfield Carindale have had their nostrils tickled by the aroma of spicy chicken wings, which has been drawing patrons towards Lord of the Wings like moths to a lamp. It’s no secret that the venue has been a lauded success – if a spot boasting baskets of fried chicken, loaded fries, stacked burgers, crisp salads, ribs and cocktails can’t work then there is no hope for humanity. The Ghanem Group (the team also behind Byblos and Blackbird Bar & Grill) has now brought its Lord of the Wings concept to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, turning up the heat across the board with a larger focus on cultivating a sports bar atmosphere and family-friendly appeal –­ not to mention nailing the famously finger-lickin’ fare.

Lord of the Wings Indooroopilly has scored itself a sizeable spot in the Station Road dining precinct, containing a large beer garden, street frontage, a sizeable central bar and plenty of space for feasting. Patrons will be able to select their choice of chow through iPads on each table, meaning you can order seconds surreptitiously (even though we would never judge you). The kitchen’s specialty is still chicken wings, with traditional, grilled and boneless varieties available in 20 different sauces. The rest of the menu features a who’s who of North American favourites from onion rings, mozzarella sticks, poutine, nachos, chilli dogs, burgers and ribs. The drinks menu has been given an upgrade as well, with new beer towers, alcoholic slushies and milkshakes, and Corona-ritas on offer. Lord of the Wings will also be screening Australian and international sporting fixtures on a host of big screens, so round up your buddies – game night just got real.

For more information including contact details and opening hours, click over to the Stumble Guide.

The Stumble Guide is our comprehensive Brisbane dining guide with more than 1800 places to eat, drink, shop and play.

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