Buffalo Wild Wings

Written by on August 19, 2014 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(buffalowildwings.com) – Downtown Seattle, Washington

Buffalo Wild Wings

How I heard of this place: The first one I had ever seen (noticed) was in Arlington, Virginia months prior to our move back to the west coast. The Ballston area had been growing and businesses seemed to be booming, among them the newly opened Buffalo Wild Wings. Just when we thought we had escaped the corporate food in Virginia, we are bombarded with grand opening signs and the bright black & yellow of Seattle’s very own Buffalo Wild Wings in the heart of Westlake Center.

Buffalo Wild Wings Entry

Type of cuisine: Corporate style Americana cuisine, including an abundance of wings, sauces, burgers, sandwiches, salads and flatbreads, not to mention all of the deep-fried appetizers a couch-seat-driving sports fiend could dream of.

Buffalo Wild Wings Menu

Ambiance: Loud. Stimulated (17 television screens that I could see solely through my peripheral vision). Full.

Buffalo Wild Wings Seating Left

What I ordered: Invited to be one of the guys on this Tuesday evening, 60-cent wings night out, I couldn’t possibly bring myself to join them completely; among the orders of various wings and their sauces, I selected the Parmesan Garlic Chicken Flatbread ($8.99). Buffalo Wild Wings’ very own, signature Parmesan Garlic sauce tops this crispy, oven-baked flatbread pizza along with diced chicken and mozzarella-provolone cheese blend.

Buffalo Wild Wings Parmesan-Garlic Flatbread

My husband, too, was feeling risky, and joined me in ordering something other than wings: Black & Bleu Burger ($10.49) seasoned for that bayou bite, toped with bleu cheese.

Buffalo Wild Wings Black & Bleu Burger

Everyone else: wings. Wings. Wings.

Buffalo Wild Wings Tuesday Night Wings

On a return visit, Tuesday, 20 September 2016My husband and I returned for T-Mobile Tuesday’s free Snack Wings, complete with a side of carrots and celery with ranch sauce for dipping.

Buffalo Wild Wings T-Mobile Free Tuesdays

For me, the server-recommended boneless wings with Garlic Parmesan sauce. For my husband, the Honey BBQ!

Buffalo Wild Wings Garlic Parmesan Boneless Wings

What I loved: I loved that our table had a “captain” that would visit and offer us various things including changing the channels on one of their hundred screens,

Buffalo Wild Wings Bar

samples of their sauces.

Buffalo Wild Wings Sauce Chart

Of course, I indulged. I sampled a handful of sauces with complimentary fries for dipping! The Parmesan-Garlic Flatbread, delicious, yet overwhelmed with garlicky-cheesey-buttery punch.

Buffalo Wild Wings Sauce Sampling

Why I loved it: Friends. Free fries. Friends.

Buffalo Wild Wings Seating Right

Cost: Average ($8 – $12 per entree)

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