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Flannigan’s is a very popular South Florida chain that’s been a favorite since 1959. This place is dark and wooden, like the hull of an old ship, and both the wings (free every Wednesday if you buy a pitcher of beer) and ribs are good, but not great. Whether you get it or not, it’s a solid place to go for a meal and a fascinating glimpse into the South Florida psyche.

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