Explore the Flavors at Buffalo Wild Wings


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Lizzy Corbett, Contributor

Buffalo Wild Wings, located in Washington, PA, has various dishes on their menu that accommodate both children and adults.

Buffalo Wild Wings began when Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery were craving Buffalo New York-Style wings. The guys had just moved to Ohio and did not want to travel to New York for wings, so they decided to make a food joint “Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck.”  They opened the first restaurant in Columbus Ohio in 1982. By 1992 they had opened 8 locations and began to franchise the business. The next 2 years they opened 30 new locations and hired their first CEO, Sally Smith, in 1994. Not until 2003 did they became public bringing in $5o million.

The menu has many different options to choose from wings to salads. The pricing on the menu ranges from 6.79 to $15.99

One of the most popular appetizer options is the Dirty Dubs Tots. The Dirty Dubs Tots are crispy Tots covered in our hickory smoked brisket, onions, cotija cheese, green onions, pickled jalapenos, Fresno peppers, queso, honey bbq sauce and Adobo sauce.

One of the most popular dishes at Buffalo Wild Wings is their wide variety of wings from sauces to dry rubs. There are 22 sauces and dry rubs to select from. Not only can you sample these but they are also up for sell.

A well liked dessert at Buffalo Wild Wings is their cheese curds with caramel sauce.

Reservations at Buffalo Wild Wings are preferred if there is a big group, so they can prepare. If you don’t want to wait you can call ahead to let them know when you will be arriving.

To add, everything except adult drinks are able to be ordered ahead for takeout. Customers can place orders online, calling the restaurant, or ordering at the counter when they arrive. 

Finally, the closest location is in Washington, PA located in the Old Mills. The hours of operation are 11am to 12am Sunday through Thursday. Then on Friday and Sunday the hours are 11am to 1am.