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Phatphood Eating Twin Cities: D-Spot

D-Spot Review

Phatphood Eating Twin Cities: D-Spot – Sure there are quite-a-few wing joints around town. But D-Spot has more sauces, unique flavors, wing dishes that are meals in themselves, and heat levels that go to the point of requiring a 24-hour notice and a waiver. Here is just a sample of some of the goodness they serve up:

D-Spot Fries

D-Spot Fries – Jerk rub, salt, pepper, sugar and cracked fennel. Served with Harissa aioli. I seriously thought it was cinnamon and sugar on a battered fry with some sort of spice on it. Either way, these are some damn good fries that leave you guessing what is on it and wanting more. Very addicting.

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Lost In Translation – A French Mediterranean hybrid, crossing aioli’s with Spanish style chorizos and Smokey jalapeños. You pick up different aspects of mixed flavors with every bite, or you get lost in translation. To me it tasted like a pepped up honey BBQ with cream cheese and French Fries. Guess I’m very lost.

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Godzilla – Taken from the ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ wing that is on the menu, but a little scarier and hotter. Green curry, jalapeño dry rub, grilled with lemon, coriander, cumin, chipotle aioli, salt, pepper, fried garlic, sugar and salsa pesto. Definitely can taste the curry and a good amount of heat without a long burn. Just the right touch of fire on these bad boys.

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The Spaniards Breakfast – Smoked pancetta, dehydrated pork, fried eggs, Harissa, and mixed greens. Served in a basket, but treated and eaten like a meal. This may be a breakfast dish although it is perfect for anytime of the day. Great flavors that look as good as it tastes!

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Peanut Butter & Jelly – House made peanut butter, crushed peanuts, coconut, honey, salt, pepper, sugar, grape marmalades with a hint of blueberry and Maldon sea salt. Does this work? Yes! No more sandwiches for lunch, this is a go to snack, lunch or even a great dessert wing. I’m a fan of these right here!

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At their bigger location in an Oakdale strip mall, D-Spot also serves up items such as burgers, soups, chili, and the return of a Fall favorite of mine, The Witch’s Brew! They now have a bar with local beers on tap, mainly from Big Wood Brewery. After trying several different brews, Udder Stout was an instant favorite with a milky smooth texture, hints of oats, roasted barely and chocolate. I need this in my refrigerator!

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Do keep in mind that all of these creations are made fresh-to-order and do take some time to make. Expect up to an hour wait for your order (or come after 8pm), and remember, this is not your typical wing joint…this is D-Spot. I’m told some crazy desserts are coming soon too, keep an eye out for those!

You can watch Phatphood and Tony Fly review D-Spot on ‘On the Fly’ tomorrow, October 7th on MY29 at 11pm.

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