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Sunday, May 9, 2010

It's open, already

Posted By on Sun, May 9, 2010 at 10:30 AM


Today, that is.  I don't believe I've ever been pestered so much as I have by readers wanting to know when Buffalo Wild Wings on Highway 10 would be open.  Well, folks, it is.  Today's the official opening.  I happened to be able to go out yesterday for the training session, and sampled some of the wings offered. 

The hubster and I both liked the Asian BBQ wings, which were sauced somewhere between General Tso's and the sweet sauce at Rivertowne BBQ.  The Parmesan Garlic wings were a little odd -- we're used to a dry rub application, but these were served up very wet.  The mildest among the wings, the Sweet BBQ sauced ones, is sweet indeed without a lot of spice -- almost like bean sauce.

Also liked the flavored lemonades... I tried the Huckleberry Lemonade and the Mango Lemonade and liked them both.  The hubster went for the Honey Bacon BBQ Burger and thought it was great, even if it was a little overdone. 

Well, it's open, out at 14800 West Cantrell Road.  You can call ahead to (501) 868-5279.  My suggestion would be to check the menu on the chain's website before you go -- it's sure to be busy today and it tends to get a little loud inside.


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