I've been to this Buffalo Wild Wings a few times and it's been pretty consistent.
It's essentially a sports bar, so there are plenty of TVs with different types of games to play and sporting events. It can get pretty loud, but never so loud that it was disturbing. One thing - the booths are not very comfortable. The seats are wood with no cushioning and they are fairly narrow. This is one of the few places where I prefer a table.
Their boneless wings are pretty good. You can get any combination of their sauces. My personal favorites are the spicy garlic and the garlic parmesan. They are a bit spicy, but not "my tongue is burning off" spicy.
I was a bit disappointed with the buffalo chips with seasoning and cheese. Instead of seasoning the chips and then putting the cheese on, they put the seasoning on top of the cheese. The chips below that top layer were kinda blah.
The prices are about standard for this type of food. It's definitely worth going for the specials (regular wing specials are on Tuesday, boneless wings on Thursday).
This is certainly not a bad place to go if you're craving some wings. Just remember that if you go during peak times, you will likely have to park across the street as this location shares parking with Carrabba's, Purple Onion and Gamestop.
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