Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar/Comments


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2006-11-16 20:20:57   Lots of RIT kids go here because they haven't been in Rochester long enough to learn what really good wings taste like. I imagine a chain like this is cool in S. Dakota where wings might be difficult to come by, but this is Rochester - there are places with great wings EVERYWHERE. BWW is the Olive Garden of wings. —EastSideStephen

2006-12-20 15:24:04   Pleasant enough during the summer when the RIT students are mostly gone. Wide variety of sauces, and lots of TV screens for sports & trivia. But when RIT overruns the place, you'll want to be anywhere BUT there. —JhirkFace

2006-12-20 17:03:58   On Tuesdays they offer 30 cent wings, but make sure to get there early, or the wait can get ridiculous. The wings may not be the greatest, but they have a wide variety of excellent sauces. —AlexanderGartley

2007-01-28 21:00:15   While they do have some tasty sauces (and oh how I will forever miss Smoky Southwestern), it's true their wings are pretty "meh". Actually, all of their food is pretty "meh", though they do have good beer specials. They've recently classed up the joint by providing—oooh, aaah—actual silverware instead of plastic. Fancy shcmancy. —MisterElkington

2007-01-28 21:31:22   The food is fine—not exciting, but not bad—but what I really like about this place is the electronic trivia game that you can play as you eat! Ok, I guess I'm easily amused, but it's nice to have a game to play while waiting for the food. —RachelBlumenthal

2007-02-17 15:24:25   The service leaves much to be desired - I ordered half a dozen wings and the server somehow interpreted that as 18. We've also been complained to by the counter staff that we should tip even though we're getting food to go. —SushiGirl

2007-03-09 09:38:44   I've really started to love their wings, ever since Hooters closed up the street, the wife and I come here and order their "spicy garlic" wings, best wings in Rochester IMHO. The chips (potatoe slices) are great too if you order a sauce with them, such as their garlic parmesan. —TravisOwens

2007-03-26 18:25:20   Glad they finally got Newcastle on tap *yay*. I was sad when I moved here and the BWW didn't have Newcastle. My favorite sauce is also the Spicy Garlic. Some cute waitresses here too. —KimBee

2007-07-18 15:51:02   Unfortunately the Newcastle at BWW is rather expensive. In my opinion, sticking to the beers on special is a good idea here, because they just don't sell enough of the other stuff. Beers like Newscastle and Magic Hat #9 often get served up flat :( —NathanHenderson

2007-07-18 19:13:50   I agree, BWW is to Wings what Olive Garden is to Italian. With one caveat, the Garlic Parmesan on grilled chicken is excellent. —RickUrwin

2007-07-20 12:18:19   Seriously? I can't believe they have survived here. Actually I am more surprised they are surviving in Buffalo. I am not a fan. —ElaineRobinson

2007-08-20 08:17:47   My girlfriend and I went yesterday afternoon. I didn't go in with high expectations. I didn't like that it was a television-laden sports bar, but the food was good. We didn't get the wings but did get chicken dishes with wing sauce along with the Buffalo Chips (fried, thick-sliced potatoes). In all the food quality was very good and the prices were quite moderate. It does feel like a large-chain restaurant but I guess it's not big enough to go cheap on the ingredients yet. —JasonOlshefsky

2007-08-21 08:36:25   i went to grad school in Kent, OH... home of the 1st BW-3 (at that point it was Buffalo wild wings and Weck)... def. has decreased in quality since then while the prices have steadily climbed.... —JcPop