Chicago >Food & Dining > Buffalo Wild Wings
2464 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL | Directions 6061441.926888 -87.650897
Neighborhoods: DePaul, North Side
Blazing Wings are Awesome! – Love their boneless wings here. Always a great place to visit.
Great place for Depaul students – Great place with trivia and good beer specials!!
What a joke – Can you believe only 2 little containers of ranch or blue cheese for 24 wings. Give me a break. Suburban BW's all give 4.
I AM EMBARRASSED – My name is Joe and I am from Buffalo and this restaurant would never fly in Western New York. the wings are small and the price is steep. The Blue Cheese isn't even that great. Be forewarned,,,, This place has NOTHING TO DO WITH BUFFALO, NY. It has some thing to do with the Colorado Buffalo's. So if you like them you might like this place. Food is lousy. If you want a true Buffalo Bar, go to Lincoln Station next door.
okay, but nothing special – BW's are nothing special. Food's okay, sauce is okay.. I can get the same thing at several other places. For great wings, go to Yak-zies.
Totally NOT Impressed – I am sorry to say that this place just did not live up to my expectations. I have been searching the city for some decent chicken wings, and the search brought me to the Wild Wing superstore, supposedly. I enjoyed the casual atmosphere. Plenty to look at with the 20 or so televisions. The waitstaff did not seem very interested in their jobs. The menu was limited. The wings looked sick served in their paper baskets, which the grease adheared to, and smothered in the sauce of your choice, 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. The only redeeming fact about this place are the choices of sauce to smothering these, cornish hen sized, wings in. They had a sauce for every tastebud. But it's not the sauce that makes good wings. And what ever happened to getting a whole wing. I think we are getting jipped with half pieces. So considering that they have named their place Buffalo Wild Wings, I think they should be setting an example for the wing makers in the business. This place does not deserve to hold the name. Buffalo Sports Bar isn't even a name worthy of this place. I can't believe that there is more than one of these places
You make like these wings if............. – You were born in Idaho or some other podunk hole in map, got your BA @ MICH and your first real job in Chicago, moved to Lincoln Park because its safe and trendy. You follow everyone of your trendy friends where their trendy friends lead them. These wings may fly in Buffalo and probably should have stayed there. I was born in Chicago and I want food that represents the city of Big Shoulders! I went to BWW with my girlfriend and was sadly dissapointed. Sure, theres lots of tv's with lots of sports. I can think of 25 other bars that have the same with better parking. Sure they have lots of beers on tap. I can think of 50 other bars like that for about half the price. Sure the service was so slow I almost walked out twice because I thought they forgot about us. But they have wings!!! Oh, I almost forgot about them. We got two orders, different flavors to be sure and what was served was truley laughable. These little platters of little tiny wing parts. They were so small I asked our waitress if the chickens these wings came from had "polio". She did not think it was funny and neither did I. Whats with people trying to pass off a chicken wing cut in half as two chicken wings? Are the chickens in Buffalo different or do they just think people from Chicago are stupid?The wings were a joke but to be a little generous, the beer was cold and the bathrooms were filthy so it really reminded me of chicago in that way. A few beers and a few cocktails, a couple dozen wing parts and we are down about $65. If you are a real chicagoan, avoid this joint like the Dan Ryan. You can get better wings out of a Swanson frozen dinner.
Sports, signature wings and an authentic neighborhood feel attract low-maintenance Lincoln Parkers to this location of the popular national chain. – In Short
This spacious sports bar comprises three rooms outfitted with beer signs, local athletes' jerseys, and hordes of ceiling-hung TVs and projection screens. Other diversions for the laid-back, 20s-to-30s clientele include pool and NTN Trivia. More than a dozen drafts and nearly two dozen bottled beers reign over the full bar, as chicken--wings, tenders and legs in 12 signature sauces--fittingly tops an ample food menu of appetizers, salads and sandwiches.
Executive Administrator – This is the best place to go to watch any sports game. You have a lot of big screens as well as a ton of small televisions to view all of your favorite games. The atmosphere is fantastic. We visit the Buffalo WIld WIngs in Maumee, OH quite often but when we are in Chicago, we visit the Buffalo Wild Wings here and recommend it to everybody!!!
great food and fun people – Great place to go for something good to eat, plenty of TV's with many choices of what to watch and people you can talk to about sports.
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