This is my "other" BW3 that I regularly visit. Â I like that you can use the restroom without everyone thinking you are leaving the restaurant, not all bw3's are laid out like that. Â They, of course, have lots of tv's and projectors to let you view all the games. Â The staff is friendly, parking is plentiful (the rest of the strip mall is pretty empty when they start to fill up). Â I guess the only downside is that the access can be challenging during some parts of the day. Â Not their fault ,but try and avoid rush hour!Review Source:
I was looking for a decently priced place to eat and maybe watch some baseball with a friend from Latonia, after having attended a disastrous Reds performance in Game 4 in the NLDS against San Francisco. We went in, and were seated pretty quickly, though our hostess seemed a little off-key and unenthused, and lost as to what games were being shown on the TVs.
I'm personally not at all a wings guy (heretic!!) but there's a great menu of burgers and sandwich to better fit my tastes, and the prices are also reasonable. We were served by James, who was very friendly and knowledgeable, and enthusiastic about the fish tacos, which I ordered. My friend, who is vegetarian, wasn't too impressed with the solution. He ordered the black bean burger, but it looked like meat to me, and I tasted it myself.. indeed it was and James worked hard to double-time the right thing for my friend from the kitchen. Despite a little setback there, I was impressed, and quite frankly, am better sold on BWW, even they may be so commonplace around here. I was also happy with the free wifi, which allowed me to check up with the world quickly on my iPhone.
This location has "lost" my order twice now. Both times all i've gotten is "Oh, I'm sorry, would you like to place another order?" Â Why on earth would I want to do that if you lost the first one? Don't waste your time. They just don't seem to even care anymore. Dickmann's has gained all of my business now. Their wings are better anyway...Review Source: