Buffalo Wild Wings specializes in three main things. If you’re looking for a place to eat wings, drink beers and watch the big game, this is the place to come.
The highlight of the menu here is the Wings & Tenders section, which is full of traditional chicken wing, boneless chicken wing, and chicken tender options. There are a plethora of flavor options for each, with the traditional wings coming with nearly a couple dozen different sauces. These include sweet options (e.g. Sweet BBQ), hot options (e.g. Blazin’) and many others (e.g. Salt & Vinegar, Spicy Garlic and Mango Habanero).
For diners who want something other than wings, there are many other options. Appropriate for a bar-style setting, most are handheld items although the Greens section does have several salads. Choose from burgers, wraps, and sandwiches, or get common bar food like nachos.
To help wash everything down, there are quite a few drink options. Non-alcoholic choices include water, Izze sparkling juices, Red Bull energy drinks and fountain sodas. Beer options consist of multiple draft options and even more choices in cans and bottles.
As for what’s on the televisions, you can catch both local and out of teams playing on the screens. The televisions are big and there’s a lot of them, so you have a clear view of the action no matter where you sit.
When there’s a game you want to catch, Buffalo Wild Wings is the place to go. There’s no need to wait for a game to dine here, though. The wings and beer are as good when there’s not a game as they are on game days.
A few of our menu favorites at Buffalo Wild Wings include:
Blazin’ Traditional Wings
Think you have a stomach for spice? Get an order of the Blazin’ Traditional Wings, and see just how much heat you can handle.
Honey BBQ Boneless Wings
For a sweet classic, go with the Honey BBQ Boneless Wings. The sauce is a staple at many wing joints, and these boneless wings are cooked to perfection.
Find out what’s currently available on tap, and order your favorite. You can never go wrong with a good draft.
The perfect dessert for a meal of wings, these cheesecake bites are the perfect complement. Pick them up with your fingers, dip them in the sweet sauce and dig in — just least a boneless wing with sweetness instead of meat.
Cheddar Cheese Curds
Not common outside of cheese-producing regions, cheese curds are made from the whey that’s left after cheesemaking. These come from cheddar whey, are fried and come with a choice of seasoning. An excellent introduction to the food for those who are unfamiliar (and a go-to for those who know they love cheese curds).
– If you’re with a party and everyone’s getting wings, consider ordering getting a big order to share. The per-wing price drops as you get larger orders of wings.
– When there’s a major sporting event that’s shown at an odd hour (e.g. the U.S. team playing in a World Cup soccer game), the restaurant may open up early. Call and ask what the hours will be on major international game days, so you can arrive when they open to snag a seat.