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It may be located in a quiet Chandler strip mall, but Teakwood's isn't your run-of-the-mill sports bar. The cozy, casual atmosphere with tons o' flat screens make it an ideal spot to watch the game. Sounds good, right? It's also a great place to make a mess. Buckets of peanuts grace each table, and they really seem to want you to throw the shells directly on the ground. Go ahead, someone else will clean it up, just like at the stadium. The extensive menu of bar food leans toward such Midwestern classics as cheese curds and meatloaf, which make hearty alternatives to their award-winning wings. Drink specials every night of the week and pitchers of ice cold beer make Teakwood's a local favorite.
Just last month, in the run up to the Super Bowl -- the day when nearly every American enjoys a deep-fried, sauce-slathered hot wing or 20 -- the world was buzzing with rumors of an impending chicken ... More »
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We've all had it happen before. Just enough time on the clock for one last drive -- and your team needs seven to clutch the win. The best way to release all that nervous tension? Smashing peanuts and throwing the waste all over the floor. Hungry or not, we always manage to make a serious dent in the bucket of peanuts found on every table at Teakwoods -- and the food you actually pay for isn't bad, either. Mostly, we show up for the 360-degree views of flatscreen TVs and the... More »
Longtime Phoenicians know that the very best place for wings back in the day was Long Wong's on Mill -- but Long Wong's has been a parking lot for more than seven years, so it's time to get over it and move on. Ever since our favorite spot was turned into a giant waste of space, we've been seeking wing solace in the low-lit rooms of Chandler's Teakwoods. Big, juicy wings are golden-fried and tossed in variety of sauces from your traditional hot to more unique flavors like Thai Cina,... More »
You gotta love a place where the hot wings come with an "order at your own risk" warning. It's no joke, either. Teakwoods' "hot" is truly that, while the "suicide" sauce takes some culinary masochism to enjoy. (We know, this is just what wings fanatics are obsessed with.) Even done up with more mild-mannered sauces (mild, honey BBQ, etc.), these golden fried beauties are so craveable -- crispy, perfectly seasoned, and juicy on the inside. Like variety? It's worth the extra buck an order... More »
CatCalls2010 Teakwoods is Still Wonderful Stopped in yesterday to catch the game. Excellent service by gorgeous staff (albeit painfully young...although, these days they're all looking mighty youthful) , long pours, interesting customers, wall-to-wall TVs tuned to the relevant channels (most of the TVs were on the baseball game but not all...a nice touch and something to watch between innings). Add attentive, circulating workers and prompt check out. And, like icing on the new dessert menu....Halladay's poetic, first post-season no hitter. Man, I love Teakwoods. The only thing that could make it better would be a pool table. Please??! Pretty please??? This cat calls Teakwoods a continuous pleasure. CatCalls2010 Teakwoods is a good, solid joint. Teakwoods has been around since the plaza was built and with very good reason. (Good service, great pours, tasty food, excellent maintenance (well, excusing the peanut shells, which are totally cool.), varying and consistently cool customers, a range of tables.... I like having a choice of tall, standard, bar or booth, a wide and worthwhile variety of drink specials, excellent parking and a decent patio where one can smoke. The tap lines are clean, the soda lines are always maintained and the kitchen is so well and constantly used, it has to be well tended, just to keep up with demand. And if you think about it, even the peanut shells are monitored. Otherwise, customers would be neck deep in them, as the peanuts are always fresh, available and generously replenished. I remember this joint when it had a coin glued to the bar. Watching the uninformed try to pick it up had everyone, including the guy trying, laughing to the point of tears. The regulars in Teakwoods are generous, gentle and charming. And, I guess good attracts good because even semi-regulars and neophytes are pleasant and interesting, too. Teakwoods has more than the average number of good-looking people in it. (Thank you, God.). Pretty women (who all seem to have great legs) and handsome guys abound. It's a great place to meet people and staff and management keep it safe all around. A wealth of TV's allows for game watching and mercifully, except for high profile games, they play their great sound system with a really good range of tunes. I love being able to watch the game, hear good music, talk with friends, meet new people and drop stuff on the floor. Oh, and great service, consistently fabulous food, tasty drinks and no sticker shock when the check comes makes Teakwoods a great joint. Good people, good drinks, tasty food, great service, huge parking lot, pleasant patio, good location, female safe and filled with kind people with great looking rear ends. (Oh, baby. I hate to see you leave but I could watch you walk away all day long!) This cat calls Teakwoods consistently rock solid, always a pleasure and irresistible.
Scott and Cherie are the owners and hired me to work for them when they opened, this is the first teakwoods tavern they opened up after they sold Long Wongs on Mill ave. They have great chicken wings and they are the cheapest during happy hour. They have a great atmosphere and the employees are always friendly. Love this place!
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