Finger-licking, saucy stop for fried food fun..
Two large dining rooms, a gameroom, and a large bar make up Red Hots as dark-stained wood is everywhere. Bright walls are adorned with an eclectic mixture of old sporting goods and antiques and the gameroom sports a large hockey game, a pool table and some video games. The bleeps and chatter are kept within the gaming confines by glass. The place is busy on weekend nights with a happy and friendly crowd out for a good time.
The name refers to the restaurant's Buffalo-style wings and 14 different sauces. Fried crisp, the wings retain little extra grease. Served with a smoky barbecue sauce and available in one- or two-pound sizes, the ribs are a popular selection, also. The menu does hold some surprises. Both buffalo and ostrich burgers are offered, which are leaner, but drier, alternatives so added condiments are suggested. The buffalo meat can also be ordered as a steak sandwich on Mancini's Italian bread. The five-way chili pasta is based on Cincinnati chili (a beef-based chili) and is poured over linguini. Topped with cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses and diced red onions, the dish offers a filling, spicy alternative to everyday pasta.
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