We have two Buffalo Wild Wings here in Huntsville and I haven’t tried them yet. We have Beauguard’s here that are locally owned restauarants and they have excellent wings. I like the fact that I can order all flats (which I only eat) and you can get an order of 12 wings, fries and a drink for less than $10.
i used to go there all the time untill i had real wings in buffalo then i couldnt bring myself to go back. bw3 wings are such bad quality meat and its always dry.
The location at the Post Mall in Milford, CT isn’t bad at all. I’ll go on Tuesdays for cheap wings, and the rest of the time I’ll get their chicken tenders and some blazin sauce for dipping. It’s great. I don’t need to be blown away by the best wings each and every day. If I wanted to do that I’d go to Porky’s in Shelton, CT. Eating at places like BWW only makes you appreciate the real wing places more.
The locations I have visited in the Milwaukee area are average at best.I dont waste my money anymore.
They’ve had a location in Myrtle Beach for 3-1/2 years.
Like I said above, not sure of the quality of the food, but a friend of mine enjoyed it as a sports bar in Myrtle. He said, there aren’t too many good sports bars where you can catch college football games in Myrtle.
(Here’s a funny tid bit. When I was a kid. My family went to Myrtle every year. We started at a camp ground, but as we kids grew older, my parents bucked up for hotels. For a couple years in the 80’s, we stayed at the brand new Ocean Park Hotel…it was the last hotel on the southern end. Only condos and some large resorts were any further south. As as kid, we complained how far from the center of town it was, compared to ouprevious hotels we stayed at. Initially, the hotels we stayed at we near 8th South, so 19th south, seemed real far down! The strand has gotten much longer since then!)
I’m not a fan. I’ve been there a few times (never my idea, meeting with friends and that’s what they chose) and for what it is, their wings are expensive, as is their beer. Honestly, I can think of at least 5 local bars with kitchens (that’s bars with kitchens, not restaurants with bars) that serve better wings for a whole lot less.
I keep hearing ads for BWW on the NY Mets Radio broadcasts and I was actually considering it for an easy-to-get-to (North Brunswick NJ) no-hassle place for dinner out tomorrow. Thanks to all you Roadfood people for generally talking me out of it.
Plus, thier website has a lot of features I don’t like (eg: no prices, very little about the individual locations other than their addresses, no pictures, etc.
They just opened one in the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach.
Haven’t been yet…. too many restaurants open every month here it seems.
I think it depends on the location. I grew up in CNY/WNY and am fairly picky when it comes to wings. I went to the location in Greenville, NC about 4 years ago and thought they did a pretty decent job on Buffalo wings. I can’t tell you about any of their other wings, like honey bbq and such, because I only eat buffalo wings, especially when I’m trying to ascertain how good of a wing place they are.
Of course, a lot can change in a place in four years, and I can imagine that the quality can vary substantially from place to place. But, my experience a few years back at Buffalo Wild Wings in Greenville, NC was pretty good. A lot better than Quaker Steak, Hooters, and other chains, for sure!
I suspect, as the place grows and continues to franchise out, things will deteriorate. Which may also contribute to people once giving it rave reviews, while current reviews are less than stellar.
But, I do forget how awesome wings are back home. I went to sort of a dive bar to watch PSU play the Alamo bowl. Their food was nothing special—-except the wings. Which prooved my theory, that even a dive bar in CNY can make better wings than just about any place around here.
I think it’s like any other trendy chain. People who don’t really know what good food is think it’s to die for. The rest of us think it’s merely adequate.
Went to Buffalo Wild Wings today. Wasn’t too impressed though. I heard about how good their wings are. Had the mild wing sauce and it was like eating paste. The dinner wasn’t too good also. I had the chicken fingers with fries, everything was cold and soggy. The wait staff wasn’t too keen either. Our waitress never brought the appetizer till the meal and then didn’t check on us (for drink refills) till we were almost finished. What do you guys think??
The one here isnt too bad. The service is very good at this one
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