At Buffalo Wild Wings, or B-Dubs, as we are commonly referred to, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want. We are a fun, edgy, high-energy and easygoing restaurant - much like the personalities of our guests.
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Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food.
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Recommended Ratings & Reviews
Best restaurant-sports bar combo. B dubs is a staple for wings and fights.
Went for first time last weekend and had a ball, feels like home the way staff treats you - open airy- plenty of TV's and the food was spectacular! My husband loved the craft beer selections. We had a great time.
Pros: Close to home, convenient - great food and service