Buffalo Wild Wings is a sports bar whose signatures are their chicken wings and sauces, plus their beer offerings.
All about Buffalo Wild Wings
Buffalo Wild Wings is the perfect hang-out spot to enjoy good company, entertainment, and food. Keep in mind that they do offer more than just wings, though that’s what they are known for. They also have plenty of beer on tap and show pretty much any sports came you could want.
There are also tons of ways you can save big on your wings and beer, and it's just limited to Buffalo Wild Wings coupons. Signing up with your email will get you information on the latest promotions, and coupons to use when you go. Or, you could just stay right here and get the same thing!
If you're a real fan of the chain, you can purchase a Buffalo Wild Wings mug or shirt from their official website, as lots of fans already have!
The history of Buffalo Wild Wings
It all started with....a figure skating competition. Yes, reallly! The three founders were in Ohio to judge a figure skating competition for a weekend when they came up with the idea to start the restaurant. The first Buffalo Wild Wings was opened in Columbus, Ohio in 1982, with a second location following quickly.
The name was actually originally Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck. "Weck" refers to a beef on weck sandwich, which is a popular sandwich in and around the Buffalo area.
By 2010, the chain had expanded to Canada. Today, there are over 1,000 Buffalo Wild Wings locations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Panama, the Phillippines, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.
Some pretty wild things went down at a Buffalo Wild Wings that went viral.
Who knew ordering a beer could lead to a viral Internet post? But that’s just what happened when a military veteran tried to order beer at a Buffalo Wild Wings location in Washington.
The woman asked for two beers. She was immediately told that she couldn’t do that, as the state of Washington only allows customers to buy one beer at a time.
But, the vet explained, one beer was actually for her brother, who had passed away while serving in the military in Iraq.
Buffalo Wild Wings not only let her have the beer, but they also paid for it and displayed the beer bottle next to an American flag. The manager was fine with the decision, and only asked that a fresh slice of lime be added to the beer every morning.