Buffalo Wild Wings is your typical chain sports bar. Â The service is normally hit or miss, but lately it's been much improved. Â They have numerous TVs available broadcasting a wide variety of sports channels. Â You can see multiple TVs from each seat in the restaurant making it easy to find something you're interested in watching.
They have a fairly wide selection of food options ranging from salads, burgers, wraps, wings, curley fries, potato wedges, etc. Â The wings come in either regular or boneless. Â Both are very good. Â I typically order the boneless wings as they are not as messy. Â BWW offers a wide variety of sauce flavors and dry rubs. Â I think most of the sauces are pretty good, but my flavor of choice is the Mango Habanero sauce with a side of Blazing sauce. Â The sweet and spicy combination is outstanding. Â Occasionally the wings come out without enough sauce so don't hesitate to ask them to ensure they have plenty of sauce on them. Their hamburgers are ok, not great. Â The fries, potato wedges and onion rings are decent and go well with the wings. Â
If you're looking for a place to grab some food and drinks while watching your favorite sports team, I would give Buffalo Wild Wings a try. Â Hit them up on Tuesdays when they have 60 cent wings as they are typically a bit expensive. Â If you're in a rush you might want to consider other options as they are not the fastest place to get in and out.
Wings were good, ordered "Hot BBQ" sauce on them. Â For $.50 you can have all drums, that works for me!
They have a music system that you can log in to, and then play songs you like! Its like a virtual juke box, you download the App for free, and away you go!
Pretty cool to hear Robert Earl Keen and Jerry Jeff in a restaurant, since you would normally never hear them on the radio in Florida.
When I visit my friends in Oldsmar, this will be a frequent stop