Cool Summer Salads
Classic Chicken Caesar Salad and Tex-Mex Salad
Good Land Wing Co. is ready for summer sun, summer fun and something light. Our salads are crisp and fresh and loaded with our delicious chicken.
Our Chicken Caesar Salad is a classic with crunchy croutons, hints of lemon and notes of garlic. It’s perfect for a quick lunch or a light dinner on the deck.
Our Tex-Mex Salad is a fusion of bold flavor! Our signature smoky Texas dry rub takes center stage and is complemented by the cool kick of our chipotle ranch dressing.
Good Land Wing Co. is now serving cool summer salads in Brookfield, Milwaukee and Port Washington.
Order Good Land Wing Co.’s Cool Summer Salads Today! Available for a limited time.
About Good Land Wing Co.
Here’s the skinny on Good Land Wing Co.’s classic chicken wings. Our chicken wings aren’t fried – they are baked. Because we bake our wings, they retain their health benefits. One medium baked chicken wing is just 86 calories and is packed with protein. And because we have a have a variety of rubs and sauces, you can customize our chicken wings to your liking. It’s up to you decide if you want to use any ranch or bleu cheese for dipping. Our chicken wings taste better too. Good Land Wing Co. chicken wings are fresh, never frozen. In short, our chicken wings never frozen and never fried.
Good Land Wing Co offers 14 Flavors. 0% Deep Fried. 100% Guilt Free. We’ve got 10 sauces including: Garlic Parmesan, Teriyaki, Smokey BBQ, Creamy Buffalo, Thai Chili, Buffalo, Sriracha Bourbon, Double Dare Inferno, Carolina Reaper, Mango Habanero and our signature Diablo Fuego. Our 4 rubs are Lemon Pepper, Kansas, Carolina and Texas Chile. Good Land Wing Co. has recently been nominated as “Best New Restaurant” by OnMilwaukee’s “Best of Dining 2019-2020.”
Want to try our wings? Check our menu for the Milwaukee’s favorite healthy chicken wings, salads and wraps. Visit us at our Brookfield location near the intersection of Bluemound and Moorland Roads, Milwaukee location near UWM (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) or in Port Washington, just west of the Lake Michigan on Highway 32.