I tried this place after hearing raves about it from my co-workers. I was very unimpressed. I ordered the naked chicken strips and basically got salty strips of processed meat with faux black grill marks on them. The sauces were over salted as well.
I tried Buffalo and frankly I wouldnt spend the kind of money they want to have my food served in a paper boat. How tacky. if you want good wings, go to Okoboji Bar and Grill for real food!
THis place is AMAZING! Try the BLAZIN' if you're brave enough! WOW!
I have no idea how this place is only rocking 2.5 stars. Maybe some of the other reviewers are running out of brains?
When you think about it, this place is pretty genius. There are cheap specials and the wingies are super tasty. All those special sauces; asian zinger, blazin', etc. Soooo tasty. Every time I go there I get a nice buzz, stuff my belly w/ a 12-pack o' wings, and spend about $20 bones. you can't beat that with a big ole stick!!!
For a big game, it's nice to go out with the guys and sip on some cheap beer. BWW is definitely a place that focuses on guys needing cheap beer.
My lasting impression is, "LOUD!". I felt like I was back in a my high school cafeteria for all I could hear. Of course, a sports bar is usually a poor choice for an intimate date, and I wasn't expecting a quiet Italian atmosphere.
The TV's are nicely stationed. If you pay attention when sitting down, you won't need to turn around to watch the game. The wings were, well, boring. I went for a "flavorful choice", and a "hot choice" - Asian inspired and Habanero based. They had about the same heat, which is barely any at all. They tasted pretty good, but 18 just wasn't very filling. I should have gotten a side of fries too. They weren't scrawny, about on par with Hooter's wings for size.
I'd say it's worth it if you are a 20-something sports fan looking for a place to hang out with your buds. It's also worth it for a big game, nice atmosphere. As a place for dinner, I'd run up to Jimmy Johns and grab a Pepe before coming in for a small order of wings and some cheap Miller. A little over price, but you know better than to go to Jordan Creek looking for a deal.
Great place to eat, drink, and catch a game. I have been to BWW many times and have never had any issues with food or service. Drinks are decently priced. The wings aren't the biggest in the world but they definately aren't the smallest either. The sauce selection is great as well as some of the appetizers on the menu. This is a sports bar by the way, so don't come in with your family expecting a full fledge family environment.
Two words: Over-rated and Over-priced.
I frequent a transient buisness proffesional bar and grill. For quite some time I've heard travelers lament of Buffalo Wild Wings. After hearing of them at Jordan Creek, My wife and I rushed out for a casual saturday lunch. It was early in the lunch day. There was 3 or 4 tables of 3 or less. It was so dang noisy in there I wish there would have been more people to drown out the ladies screaming kid, (of which she was encouraging!) The wings were small and expensive. The naked strips were overly seasoned/salted, And the sauces were massed produced in foil top packs. Think fast food, Get it? All served with pride in paper vessels. Add the sticky tables and you have one really bad place to eat. Skip this place. I will in the future.
If you like chicken wings of inconsistent quality with a wide variety of sauces, a wait staff that varies wildly in competence, and the sports bar atmosphere loud enough that you can't hear each other, you might be down for Buffalo Wild Wings. I'd recommend sticking to the wings and beer, with the boneless wings (heresy!) probably being the better choice.
I'd echo what the other reviews said about location -- it's refreshing to hear those thoughts coming from others.
In a nutshell, think of Mustard's with a full bar. Food was below average even at bar food standards. Although many sauce choices is a neat take on the stardard buffalo wings, sadly they are the smallest wings in America. Good place for suburbanites to get a brew and catch a game on one of many TVs, just skip the food.
First impression was on a Thursday night around 8pm and the entire restaurant was super dirty. The tables, the floors, the chairs were just disgusting with sticky wing sauce and food. It is definitely a sports bar atmosphere, loud, loud and loud. However, the wings were pretty good. I love the varieties of sauces to choose from. I love the weekly specials. Couple things I didn’t like: service was super slow, my glass of water smelled liked dish soap and the fries came out cold. I was really disappointed. Maybe next time I’ll just get take out.
I give it 3.5 because they have great wings and it is a great place to meet friends for a beer and to watch the game. However, location and politics. Once again a chain restaurant locates itself in the middle of nothing at West Glen/Jordan Creek. I say middle of nothing because the area is not very pedestrian friendly and located to serve only the western suburbs. I dont understand why a BW3 wouldnt move to a Beaverdale, Downtown, or some where else to distinguish itself from other chain restaurants. I do understand that to have a franchise they have to locate within an area that has a demographic that has a median income of $30,000+ and so many parking spots near its location but still, West Glen/Jordan Creek area, how unoriginal can you get. Other than that rant it isn that bad of a place to get wings.
Food was good but service was pathetic.
Red baron pizzas have a coupon for 6 free wings with purchase of 12...only lasts thru the end of June 2011
Ask for wings
.45 cent wings on Tuesdays.
Take the Blazin Challenge. Eat 12 traditional Blazin Wings in under 6 minutes to win a t-shirt and your place in Bdubs history.
Watching your weight?? ~ Try the NAKED TENDERS, they're Not breaded, and No chicken-skin. Super-yummy, No guilt!
the waitress said it would be a process and would have to speak with a manager for me to get more food - in effect, spend more money and leave a bigger tip. really bdubs?
20 different beers on tap nice selection. Flat bread pizza was great
Walking in I saw only three occupied tables on the patio. I asked hostess for patio seating and she kept pressuring me to sit at the bar and then outright lied that the patio was full. WTF.
Excellent Food and service .45 cent wing Tuesdays rock !!
Hostess was nice...she got a more comfortable chair for my pregnant wife.
Good food, great service and a 25% Military discount!
Located in the Jordan Creek Town Center!