Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar in Lower Nazareth Officially Open for Business

April 18 was the grand opening for the new Buffalo Wild Wings location in the Lower Nazareth Commons plaza.

Nazareth Area Chamber of Commerce chairman Frank DeRosa commemorated the grand opening of the new Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar in Lower Nazareth this morning with a welcoming speech and a ceremonious blue ribbon.

“I know I’m going to enjoy coming here to watch sports,” DeRosa told the crowd, which included almost half of the 158 employees, corporate representatives, Nazareth Chamber members, and a pair of Budweiser models.

The restaurant’s general manager, Terry Shultz, cut the ribbon to of the restaurant.

Beer vendors will be on-hand throughout the day doling out specials for the restaurant’s opening.

A total of 58 televisions are outfitted throughout the restaurant, ranging from 42-inches up to 80-inches. Other amenities include video games, video poker and interactive trivia.

The colorful menu is chock-full of signature dishes as well as some classic favorites. Wings are -- obviously -- the centerpiece of the restaurant's carte du jour, but there’s also plenty of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and flatbread concoctions.

Buffalo Wild Wings was conceptualized as a New York-style wing restaurant combined with the appeal of a sports bar. Each restaurant carries no less than 24 beers on tap, and at least 20 different bottled brands.

According to Shultz, “We’re all about wings, beer, and sports… We have it all.”

However, according to Shultz, “We’re very kid-friendly, [and] we’re very community-connected. We do a lot of fundraisers in-house.”  

Buffalo Wild Wings is located at 3798 Dryland Way. They are open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to midnight. They accept all major credit cards, and do not accept reservations.

Check out the restaurant's interactive website at www.buffalowildwings.com, where you can view the entire menu, play games and go on a virtual tour of a restaurant -- or you could just stop over in person.

Barbara Saslo April 19, 2011 at 06:33 PM
Can't wait to get there. B.W.W. is one of our favorite after RIT hockey hang-outs in Rochester, NY.
Sue April 26, 2011 at 02:38 AM
We arrived at the restaurant at 8:30 pm on a Monday. There were plenty of empty tables yet we were taken right to the bar. When we asked for a different table we were met with an eye roll from the hostess. After we were sat, we waited for 28 minutes for the server, Jamal, to come over, after we asked for a server to Taylor, hostess. When he did arrive, he just said sorry for the wait and moved on. We were apologized to by the host, Sean immensly. Never did a manager come over. When we did get our food it arrived in 3 shifts. First one order of wings with a wrong order, then our fries, then the correct order. Our waiter never came back, never apologized. We then got refills and our bill. Our bill was incorrect. We waited 15 minutes before approaching the hostess and asking for our server. She said "I am the host and I don't deal with this" in an extremely rude manner. Our waiter came back and told us he thought it was right. He fixed it and gave it to us again. We again never saw a manager, were never spoken too again. THIS WAS THE WORST SERVICE WE HAVE EVER HAD. We will NEVER set foot in another Buffalo Wild Wings and will be telling all of our friends of the horrible service we recieved here. For a new location on a Monday night after 8 pm, one would expect top service to promote business. However, it is evident to see that this branch does not care about their customers at all!


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