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A sports bar and family restaurant specializing in sauce-covered chicken wings

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BW3 fan since 2003!

  • Jun 19, 2009
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For the longest time I loved Buffalo Wings, little chicken wings that were spicy or barbeque covered and they were a great finger food.  They were also expensive.

Come to finding Buffalo Wild Wings, I found them a haven if not heaven.  They had cheap wings with a large variety of sauces to choose from.  All locations have a friendly environment and large menu selection with wraps, burgers, ribs, shrimp and more.  Their Tuesdays are punctuated with cheap bone wings and Thursdays have cheap boneless wings.

Game TVs with Texas Hold'em or trivia are always playing with sports being shown on the others.  If you like drinks, all locations have a fully stocked bar with large beer selections to choose from including local brands.

If your brave, you can take the Blaz'in Challenge!  Stuff into your mouth and eat their Blaz'in wings and if you can beat the clock, you win a T Shirt and a poloroid of yourself on the wall of fame.

Buffalo Wild Wings (originally called BW3 with the third W standing for Weck, the bread used for burgers) is a fantastic hangout.  Laid back with friendly staff and most importantly, the wings!  No college town is complete without one of these babies!
BW3 fan since 2003!

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June 20, 2009
i'd forgotten all about BW3's! what a flashback, thx!
 
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Quick Tip by . November 12, 2011
posted in Dining Out
I haven't been to this place since 2000 or so, and I haven't because while the selection of wing sauces are impressive, the wings themselves were a joke. They were the size of pigeon wings the last time I went there, and unless if I can get confirmation that they got bigger wings since then, I'm never coming back. If you want good wings, go to Pizza Hut/Wing Street. They might not have the large selection of sauces, but the wings are much more fulfilling.
review by . July 25, 2010
   I haven't been able to get my BWW fix for a while since they don't have one in my area -- hopefully not for long -- but I lived in Las Vegas for a while and there was one near my work and one near my house and family night with the kids was almost always there. They have a great lineup of sauces from various levels of classic wing sauce, to several BBQs, various chili peppers and some no-heat sauces. My faves are the Mango Habanero and Hot BBQ, but the garlic parm and hot buffalo …
Quick Tip by . September 25, 2010
posted in Awesomeness
One of my most favorite places to eat. Friendly staff and great sauce selection for the wings.
Quick Tip by . December 01, 2009
Mango Habanero - that's all I have to say.
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Sports bar chain with an emphasis on sauce covered buffalo wings. Other food items are available.

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One of the top 10 fastest growing restaurant chains in the U.S. Restaurant promotes 14 wing sauces. Buffalo Wild Wings is a sports bar with a full menu. They also feature flat screen tv's for sports watching and Buzztime Trivia.
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