The bartender mixed us some of Phaze 10’s signature drinks—the Hennessy Apricot ($10) was a fusion blend of Hennessy VS, apricot brandy, orange juice, and ginger ale, while the Island Margarita ($10) combined light tequila, Grand Marnier, triple sec, and cranberry, pineapple, and lime juices. As we sipped our drinks, we ordered the wings ($10) from Phaze 10’s appetizer menu. We chose the Old Bay wings—other flavor options were buffalo and jerk—and received the best honey Old Bay wings we have tasted in a while. The wings were cooked until the skin, which had been coated with a sweet cream butter and then a honey sauce before being topped with Old Bay, was crispy, with the honey providing a sweetness for the savory, juicy wings. The light, creamy house ranchlike sauce that came on the side kept us guessing at its contents as we dipped our celery in it, licking the sauce away.