Best wings: Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings the ideal destination for wing-seeking students

Maybe it’s game day, maybe it’s Wednesday, all you know is that you’ve got a hankering for an ice-cold beer and some of the best wings known to man. But with so many different options in town, it can be a nightmare trying to figure out where to go. Well, look no further than Buffalo Wild Wings, voted the best place for wings in Mankato!

Whether they’re traditional or boneless, Buffalo Wild Wings’ all white meat chicken wings are the best in town. Looking for something different than your typical buffalo sauce? You’re in luck! Buffalo Wild Wings offers an amazing selection of sauces with an astounding 21 different flavors, ranging from bourbon honey mustard to Parmesan garlic, Asian zing, Caribbean jerk, and so many more.

For those looking for something different from the usual wings, Buffalo Wild Wings also offers a number of burgers, wraps, sandwiches, and appetizers to suit almost any craving. In addition to the wide array of menu options, B-Dubs also hosts a full bar with a variety of different imports, domestics, and craft beers, as well as wine and specialty cocktails.

If you’re craving wings but are looking to stay in, try Buffalo Wild Wings’ to-go service. Simply call ahead or order online with their handy smartphone app and your order will be fresh and ready to go when you stop in to pick it up.

Though the downtown Buffalo Wild Wings location announced it was closing in 2014, the upscale location at 301 St. Andrews Drive is a convenient location for students, residents, and out of town visitors. Plenty of parking and seating makes this a great location for a party, date, or place to spend game day.

For specials, promos, and menu information, call 507-385-9464 or visit www.buffalowildwings.com.

Photo: (Trevor Cokley/The Reporter)

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