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We had the shrimp basket, fish & chips and buffalo chicken club. Fries were delicious without any sauce, shrimp was plentiful and bresfing was crispy but not too hard. Didn't like the sauce it came with, but you might.
The fish was delicious and the...onion rings were the best. Tartar sauce waschunky with pickles instead of relish- really good.
Buffalo ckn club has very tender chicken and all the components go very well together. Lots of chicken on the sandwich.More
We stopped in after doing some shopping. Greeted quickly and seated right away. The ranchero tots were GREAT!!! The boneless garlic parm needed allot more sauce, lemon pepper and Cajun were very good. This being our third time to this location this was the best...we've had.More
Been there 5 times in the last two months. Service is slow and they don’t care. If u go 45 min to wait for a small order with just one person then it’s ok. But I have learned my lesson. It is one just a...one time thing. It is always bad no matter what time of day .More
This review is for the 6822 O Street location. Wife and I visiting daughter and boyfriend in Lincoln. Looking for a place to watch the Super Bowl. The restaurant was overall clean and a good environment. The waitress was friendly; only complaint is she didn't...come to the table very often (I would say only about 20 of the 70-80 tables had customers). The food was very good. The four of us had 2 appetizers plus 4 meals for $90. I didn't think the price was unreasonable. I would recommend this place and we will come back sometime.More
A local version of Buffalo Wild Wings. I like how you can customize wing sauce with hotness level, but the hottest buffalo wing was barely a medium in my opinion. Boneless wings were large (but tough) and not made from the tender. Service was so...so... Overall ok place to go but nothing to write home about.More