Elevated sports restaurant franchise Buffalo Wings & Rings has always focused on providing its guests with superior food and drink options along with an unparalleled dining experience. The club-level sports concept puts innovation and bold flavors at the forefront of its chef-driven recipes, and the brand is ready to showcase that further with its Lent menu set to launch just in time for the season.
As a brand committed to providing a club-level experience for its guests, Buffalo Wings & Rings is constantly innovating its menu to provide new flavors and experiences at its 75+ locations. This October, the brand’s efforts are directed toward breast cancer awareness with its second annual Chip in for the Cause limited time menu, available October 2 through November 5.
The rising cost of chicken wings has put so much pressure on Buffalo Wings & Rings that executives formed an in-house chicken task force to find ways to tackle the problem. “We meet every week to just go through and find out what we can do to alleviate some of the pressure,” says Tom Jenkins, director of franchise operations.
Since 1984, Buffalo Wings & Rings has focused on providing its guests with superior food and drink options that go beyond the average sports bar fare with unexpected flavor profiles, chef-driven recipes and diverse menu options.
Buffalo Wings & Rings, a fast-growing, club-level sports restaurant franchise with 70 units globally, is poised to achieve record-breaking growth for the ninth consecutive year. The brand is off to a solid start in the first half of 2016—in the second quarter alone, Buffalo Wings & Rings added to its ever growing network by opening two new franchise units in Aberdeen, South Dakota and Brownsville, Texas, and signed an additional five franchise agreements that will open up 10 locations for business.
Buffalo Wings & Rings, a sports restaurant franchise with 46 locations in 12 states, is announced the launch of a ballpark themed limited time menu.Nine all-star offerings including specialty hot dogs and boneless wings on a bed of caramel corn will be available at restaurants system-wide starting April 27.
On Sunday, February 22, nearly 2,000 chicken-wing lovers gathered at the sold-out Sixteenth Annual Chicago’s Best WingFest for a fierce wing-eating extravaganza. Over 50,000 chicken wings were consumed in Bailey Auditorium in the West Loop where four Chicago-area establishments were crowned first place winners and two individuals, one male and one female, were crowned “Lord and Lady of the Wings” for consuming the most wings in the eating competition.
A recent report from Technomic suggested that full-service chains must revamp their images to maintain and regain share, due to increased competition from the fast-casual segment. Buffalo Wings & Rings is trying to do just that by keeping one foot planted firmly in each sector.
Legend has it that happy hours originated in the days of Prohibition. Today's happy hour, though, is nothing like those that packed the speakeasies of yesteryear.With ever-stiffening competition, more restaurants, including quick serves, have identified happy hours as a must-do.
Fantasy football leagues have changed the way we follow professional football and even the way games are covered. But it’s also changed the restaurant business in some surprising ways.President and CEO Roger David says that during the pro football season, Buffalo Wings & Rings sees a decided uptick in fantasy coaches taking advantage of its high-definition matrix television units and he’s added some features to make fantasy leagues feel more at home.
Buffalo Wings & Rings (BW&R) gives the gift of wings to its Facebook fans this holiday season, and extends the invitation for them to do the same.Buffalo Wings & Rings’ Facebook fans receive 12 days of holiday cheer through messages reminding them to “Give the Gift of Wings” to their virtual friends this holiday season.