Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar in Dublin

This restaurant offers more than wings. Check out the burgers, kids meals and even play trivia.

If you are looking for a casual place to get some good wings and a cold beer,  in Dublin might be the place for you. Although it is a chain, the Dublin location is the only one in the Tri-Valley. 

For starters, it has the usual items, like nachos ($8.29) and mozzarella sticks ($6.59), but also has more unique choices such as fried pickles ($5.79) and soft pretzels that come with two dunking sauces ($5.49). 

The wings are definitely the restaurant's stars. You can get traditional wings or boneless in increments of 6, 8,12, 18, 24 or 50. Each order comes with celery and carrots plus your choice of bleu cheese or ranch dressing. 

The best part is that you get to customize your wing selection. There are 14 sauces that range from smilin' to sizzlin' to screamin'. You can have sweet bbq, spicy garlic, Asian zing, Caribbean jerk or mango habanero, among other choices. 

There are also four seasoning options — salt and vinegar, chipotle bbq, buffalo and desert heat — for your wings. 

for wing specials on Tuesday and Thursday nights. No veggies but you might find it hard to resist wings at 50 to 60 cents that are usually 90 to 95 cents. 

Don't expect anything fancy in this place. On a recent visit I sampled boneless wings with sweet bbq, honey bbq and Asian zing sauce. The wings came in paper containers that were labeled so we could tell who got what. 

Rather than having a plate to put our wings on we were given a couple of extra paper containers. After I ditched my snooty attitude I found that the paper containers worked just fine. 

The 18 boneless wings cost $13.99 and were more than plenty for two ladies to share, especially with the celery and carrot sticks that come with it. The wings were delicious. The sweet sauce was tangy with more of a tomato base while the honey bbq sauce, my favorite, was more of a glaze. The Asian zing sauce had a zing to it. It took my lips a little while to recover but nothing that a lite ranch dressing couldn't fix. 

Those with larger appetites can find combos that include ribs with wings for $14.29, ribs and popcorn shrimp for $13.29 and other options. 

If wings aren't your thing there are plenty of other choices at Buffalo Wild Wings. There are six burger choices as well as five sandwich selections, all in the $9 range. The restaurant also has some tasty wrap selections such as the southwest chicken queso wrap ($8.79) or the fish tacos ($9.29). 

You also may want to try a wild flatbread, which is like a pizza. There are three choices, buffalo chicken, Parmesan garlic chicken or spinach artichoke chicken for $8.89. 

On the lighter side you will find four dinner salad selections, including a honey bbq chicken salad. Salads are $9.39 with dressing choices that include light balsamic, light french, light Asian and fat-free ranch. 

There are eight kiddie meals at Buffalo Wild Wings that come with fries, fruit cup or carrots and a soft drink or milk for $4.99.

One might consider the restaurant a sports bar because the place is packed full of big-screen TVs. You can catch a good game or have fun with the trivia featured on some screens.   

Buffalo Wild Wings has plenty of beer choices: lagers, ales, domestic, imports, craft and specialties as well as cider. You also can enjoy a glass of wine or specialty cocktail.

In the mood for something sweet? Try the chocolate cake and ice cream.

If you are looking for a nice place to hang out and have a good time, I would suggest giving Buffalo Wild Wings a try.

Buffalo Wild Wings, 3712 Dublin Blvd., Dublin. 925-361-0447.
Monday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday - Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Stacey Maloney July 28, 2011 at 05:45 PM
Ok Ty you can't leave me hanging like that...which wing place would you recommend? Maybe I can check it out sometime in the future and if you say Hooters I am going to be very disappointed :)
Ty July 28, 2011 at 08:21 PM
Def NOT Hooters! (yuk) Depends where you want to drive - if you seek "bar food" - try BJ's - its not the "best" but under this category it works. I would suggest any dive bars bowl of peanuts before Buffalo Wild Wings Grill (its too bad - could be so much bettter) - sorry just call it as I see it. :)
Kerre Morris July 29, 2011 at 03:41 AM
Stacy we went to BWW last week, and it was horrible, but 1 of us ALWAYS gets sick after we eat there. Last week they got my chicken sandwich wrong twice, after 3rd time I just cancelled it. Then my husband didn't get his until all 15 other people with us were done. Jill's hamburger had no top bun she also ordered it w/XTRA pickles it had NO PICKLES. This is the gross part, they brought out the carrots & celery...... THEY WERE SLIMMY!!!!! Sooo gross the manager came over and we had him touch one he was like oh yuck. Yah the bad thing someone in that kitchen had to put those in a plate. As for the condiments they charge you XTRA for bleu cheese, ranch, and XTRA sauces for wings AND they charged us $2.00 for the xtra 3 pickles they brought out. So I would stay away from BWWIngs AND TOTALLY STAY AWAY FROM HOOTERS (gross)
CODubTown July 29, 2011 at 05:03 AM
Have to agree with above. Food sub par and service is awful. (And I'm being nice)
Rebecca Fortelka July 29, 2011 at 10:47 PM
The food was good when it first opened now it is horrible. When I used to go with my friends and family someone in our party would get sick. Its is also very expensive for not a lot of food and service is sub-par. This is shame because it would be a good place to watch a sporting event and hang out with friends!


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