In 1982, the world became a better place when the first Buffalo Wild Wings opened in Columbus, Ohio. Since then, the Buffalo Wild Wings brand has ... More
Buffalo Wild Wings Brooklyn
In 1982, the world became a better place when the first Buffalo Wild Wings opened in Columbus, Ohio. Since then, the Buffalo Wild Wings brand has expanded to have a store in almost every state in the U.S. They specialize in wings, beer, and sports. The minds behind the magic know that fans what quality food, quality drinks, and quality entertainment. The only way to succeed is to make their fans happy. Buffalo Wild Wings is the ultimate place to get together with friends, watch the game, drink beer and devour wings. Buffalo Wild Wings also gives back to the community. They have a passion for sports and believe that there is a champion in every child. All kids should have the opportunity to feel the camaraderie of exhilaration of being on a team. Their franchisees and Guests have given millions of dollars to local teams, local community and school organizations. Money is also donated to the Boys Girls Club of America for every bottle of their award-winning sauce or signature seasoning. They plan to give $1 million by 2015. Last but not least, Buffalo Wild Wings supports the ProStart program. This year, they donated $75,000 to help promote, educate and train high school students to be future leaders in the hospitality industry through funding and scholarships.
I received freezer burn wings that were tasteless and gray. I did not receive my soda or celery & blue cheese, with my take away orderm. It was not worth the 25 minute wait. This is decond time I have been stiffed by this place. I don't know if eat-in service. Is any better
This is the worst restaurent ever. My wife had the bright idea of inviting our friends here for my birthday, and the day is May 28th, around 6:00 PM. The food came after 45 minutes, we had to yell and scream to get the meals for the kids.
There were no forks and knifes and they also ran out of napkins. After we insisted for the napkins for the kids, the waiter bought us paper towels from the bathroom!!! Can you believe that!!!
A lot of other things happenned and in my 7 years in NY, I have enever been to anyplace with this kind of a service. It was just horrible and please do not go to this restaurent.
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