Consumer Reports just tested seven brands, including Tyson, T.G.I. Friday's and Walgreens. Testers sampled more than 800 to find the best.
"You want moist, tender chicken with a crispy coating, and you want spiciness but not so much that it overpowers the wings," said Consumer Reports' Adam Kaplan.
Consumer Reports says some came up a little short.
"They didn't have the kind of crispy, fried impression you get in a restaurant-quality wing," said Kaplan.
And some didn't taste that great, either.
The Weaver Buffalo Wings had a fake butter flavor. The Great Value Buffalo Wings from Wal-Mart had chewy chicken and rubbery skin.
The clear winner was Bell & Evans Buffalo Style Chicken Wings.
"The Bell & Evans had a nice browned impression. They tasted roasted, they had a good amount of heat and some cumin flavors that really came through," said Kaplan.
They go for about $7 for a 16-ounce box. So if you don't have a favorite restaurant, Consumer Reports says give them a try.
For a little less money Consumer Reports says the Walgreens Cafe W wings are worth a try. Not quite as tasty as the Bell & Evans, but they did say they had a pretty good taste and they're only about $3 for 10 ounces.