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I don't go to sports bar type places with high expectations, but was very disappointed with this BWW. They were out of iced tea, all white wines and the most popular beer in the world. We had to wait about 30 mins for a table,...More
We have eaten here many times before Panthers games. The food is always good and hot. Sometimes they can get slow just due to the volume of fans all piling in before the games. Always responsive staff.
We went here for lunch about 1:00 on a Friday. The place is huge but it seemed they had a shortage of staff because they couldn't seem to get tables cleared to seat incoming customers. The wait wasn't too long though and the wait staff...More
I was staying across the street at the Embassy Suites and wandered over to Buffalo Wild Wings for dinner. We have one in Tulsa, but I have never been there. Anyway, I had a couple of beers and a pulled pork sandwich. I thought the...More
We went here for lunch while attending a teacher conference right across the street. As teachers, we usually only get 20-25 minutes for lunch so we were so excited to get an hour and 20 minutes. We were seated quickly but had to wait for...More
The food is your standard BDubs but with really really bad service. I’m assuming the location is the only reason it is still in business. We visited the location twice while in Charlotte for the Cowboys game - both times terrible service. I think the...More
Was visiting the NASCAR Hall of Fame when we decided to stop here for a quick bite. Food took forever to get out. After waiting for the last order we asked the bartender to cancel that order. Very disorganized place.
I have visited this location at least 5 times. Within the 5 times, I sat at the bar every time, at least 5 employees constantly were gathered at the waiter/waitress drink retrieval area gossiping and chatting leaving the floor empty. The bar was usually full...More