Most Popular Bar Snacks [POLL]

Today we would like to reach out to you, our readers, and determine what are the most popular bar snacks of all time. We’ve come up with a list of 9 of the most popular snacks and want you to choose which one(s) are your favorites.

If we have missed any that should be listed here, please do not hesitate to leave a comment with your suggestions. On that note, the Poll begins… now!

From all of us at the BarWhiz Blog, Happy snacking!

Chicken Wings

Everyone loves chicken wings, dry or saucy, sweet or spicy, there is nothing quite like enjoying a cold beer while munching on some hot wings.


Not to be confused with French fries, chips are a simple salty snack that complements any beer well.

Deep Fried Goodness

Zucchini sticks, cheese sticks, chicken strips, jalapeno poppers, you name it – if it’s deep fried it’s good!


Fries or chips, whatever you want to call them are great with ketchup, gravy or just on their own. And don’t even get me started on poutine.


Whether they are beer nuts, peanuts, mixed nuts or anything in between, having a bowl of complimentary nuts makes the price of that draft so much sweeter.


This Tex-Mex recipe is one of the greatest creations in pub food snackery. Everyone remembers the best nachos they have ever had. Mine were in Whistler BC. What made them so great? The chip to cheese ratio was spot on.

Onion Rings

Speaking of deep fried goodness, nothing says deep fried deliciousness like a tower of onion rings. Yum yum!

Pickled Eggs

Every once and a while you see that jar of pickled eggs behind the bar and wonder, ‘Does anyone actually eat those things?’ I for one would like to find out. So if you’re a fan, don’t be shy and please cast your vote.


If you are not a potato chip or nut fan, then maybe pretzels are your thing. I for one find them too dry, but what do I know, right? Maybe I’ve just never had a really good pretzel.

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