Windsor >Food & Dining > Buffalo Wild Wings
703 Poquonock Ave, Windsor, CT | Directions 0609541.873667 -72.662283
Mon - Thu, 11:30am - midnight; Fri - Sat, 11am - midnight; Sun, noon - midnight
Better Than Hooters – Had the boneless wings with medium hot sauce. Both the sauce and wings were better than you get at Hooters and they don't charge extra if you want more than one little cup of blue cheese dressing. Service was good and plenty of TVs to watch. The boneless wings are breaded chicken tenders that are deep fried. You can also get them grilled without breaking. I saw the regular wings and they are larger than the micro wings Hooters serves. Don't look for any chunks of blue cheese in the blue cheese dressing because there isn't any.
Gross. – One of the grossest places ever... The food is awful, but if you like beer and tv's all of the place, you might not care.
I'd put 1/2 a star if I could.
Have a beer, spare the food. – Met a friend. Had a few beers. Had a few apps. Had a good time. Worst food I've had in a long time: cold, sloppy, unappetizing, served on paper. Won't go again.
Don't Recommend – Windsor CT - I literally live across the street from Buffalo Wild Wings. Was excited when they started building it. Not any more. Been there 6 times now cause friends come visit and they want to try it out. My friends are always disappointed, but at least I warned them ahead of time. The servers are fine. Food takes forever to arrive - "Sauces are already made and everything else if fried, what could possible take them so long?" Tonight was my last vist. 40 minutes for ribs and wings to arrive. I can't say it was cold, but it was not warm either. 3 small ribs, 6 small wings and a tiny portion of fries. At $12+ just for the meal, I left still hungry. I don't like it when folks make rash judements on places after just one visit, but after six, I think I'm qualified to say that the servers are nice, but the food is below average and the prices are rather high. I don't wish to be cruel, but the wings at the Price Chopper grocery store across the way are bigger, better and cheaper.
Best Wings anywhere!!! – Best Wings anywhere!! try them parm. garlic & spice garlic!!! We get therm every week!! Very fast service, excellent food, oh and also try the cheeseburger bites!! sooooo good!!!
I just couldn't wait to go to Buffalo Wild Wings, this was my first experience there. I couldn't believe the service first of all. My mate and I waited 25-30 minutes for our meal, which came by a person who didn't know where table 2 was and then when she asked for assistance from a co-worker, decided to argue at our table holding our food in her hand. When we asked her to please give us our food and then take their argument somewhere else, she put our food down letting us know that she was upset at our request. Table 2 was right in front of her as soon as she came out of the kitchen. The noise was so loud it was like eating in a dissruptive school cafateria. As for the food itself , it was awful, the chicken tenders were so dry, with no taste, the potatoes were soggy and the popcorn shrimp was like they had taken a fozen food package and over cooked it. I would have to say , if your lonely and don't have a television set, but love sports, that's the place for you. Otherwise I would recommend eating a meal in a fast food place, that would be like eating a gourmet dinner compared to this. I will never recommend this to anyone, nor will I ever step foot in this place again. I have never had such awful food, I wouldn't even call it food. I would imagine if your 16 and have never eaten out before this is the place for you. I wonder what restaurant will take it's place when it goes out of business.
Will Not Return – The atmosphere is, to my taste, hideous-- chain restaurant, sports bar type place. No food that I'd want to eat. Loud music competing with many TVs broadcasting 47 football games.. One TV could have at least had CNN news . The wings appeared at table and looked like they were made 3 days ago and were accompanied by 5 celery sticks.The wings looked sick served in their paper baskets, which the grease adheared to, and no garnish whatsoever. They tasted like they just came out of the microwave. I was was shocked, and a little disappointed that they are trying to pass these off as the best wings around. You can get better wings out of a Swanson frozen dinner. Buffalo Chips (soggy) came served in cardboard containers ala school cafeteria style.
Will not return.
Wings. Beer. Sports. Go. – This place is amazing! If you like sports, this is where you need to be. There are more TV's here than you'll find anywhere else, all high-def plasmas and big screens. There's even flat screens in the bathroom. I counted 20 beers on tap and they've got a full bar. The food is good. 14 different sauces for wings. The Blazin will melt your face! I've been twice: once for happy hour on a weekday, and once for football on Sunday-- drink specials both times (on Sunday I got a free football glass). Go.
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