Wing sales a touchdown for Scarsdale eatery

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The Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale took in large orders of chicken wings for Super Bowl parties all over the Hudson Valley. Many customers spent over one hundred dollars on chicken wings and other popular Super Bowl snacks for their friends and family. (Feb. 3, 2012)

Lines were out the door at the Candlelight
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Lines were out the door at the Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale as people waited to pick up their Super Bowl Sunday take out orders. (Feb. 3, 2013)

Anna Saraiva, of Ardsley, ordered over 70 wings
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Anna Saraiva, of Ardsley, ordered over 70 wings from the Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale for her Super Bowl party. She said she doesn't mind the long lines because she has been hosting the party at her house for years and explained, "This is just the place to go. It's tradition." (Feb. 3, 2013)

Lines were out the door at the Candlelight
(Credit: Elizabeth Daza)

Lines were out the door at the Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale as people waited to pick up their Super Bowl Sunday take out orders. (Feb. 3, 2013)

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Hector Lopez, 14, helps prepare hundreds of hot
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Hector Lopez, 14, helps prepare hundreds of hot wings for Super Bowl Sunday orders at Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale. "I've helped make about, I don't know, 600 wings so far," he said. (Feb. 3, 2013)

Jennifer Strasser, of Manhattan, cheers as her number
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Jennifer Strasser, of Manhattan, cheers as her number is called to pick up her Super Bowl Sunday order at Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale. (Feb. 3, 2013)

Jennifer Strasser, drove in from Manhattan to pick
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Jennifer Strasser, drove in from Manhattan to pick up her order of 30 hot wings from Candlelight Inn in Scarsdale. "I actually live in the city, but I've been coming here since high school. If I'm getting wings, this is where I'm getting them. They are the best." (Feb. 3, 2013)

Paul Degiacomo, a construction worker in New Rochelle,
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Paul Degiacomo, a construction worker in New Rochelle, spent over $190 on over 200 wings at the Candlight Inn in Scarsdale for a Super Bowl party he is hosting at his house. "I'm having over thirty five people come over, and I think spending this much is worth it because these are the best wings in Westchester." (Feb. 3, 2013)

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