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Buffalo Wild Wings Menu

Dear users, today we are going to provide Buffalo Wild Wings Menu PDF for all of you. Buffalo Wild Wings is formerly known as Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck. Its type is known as Subsidiary. Buffalo Wild Wings is one of the most famous and popular Restaurants. It was founded 40 years ago in 1982 in Columbus in Ohio, U.S.

It was founded by Jim Disbrow, Scott Lowery, Bernard Spencer, Elizabeth Brock and Mackenzie Barnett. Buffalo Wild Wings is is also known sometimes with the nicknamed name as B-Dubs, or D Bubs which is an American casual dining restaurant and sports bar.

Its franchise is available in the United States, India, Mexico, Panama, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. These specialize in Buffalo wings and sauces. It had 1,279 locations across all 50 U.S. states and DC as of November 2020. According to November 2020, the number of locations of Buffalo Wild Wings is 1,279.

Buffalo Wild Wings Menu PDF: Important Details

Formerly Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck (1982–1998)
Type Subsidiary
Industry Restaurant
Founded 1982; 40 years ago in Columbus, Ohio, the U.S. as Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck
Founders Jim Disbrow
Scott Lowery
Bernard Spencer, Elizabeth Brock, Mackenzie Barnett
Headquarters Sandy Springs, Georgia, U.S.
Number of locations
1,279 (November 2020)
Area served
United States
Canada(formerly)
Mexico
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Panama
Oman(formerly)
India
Vietnam(formerly)
Key people
Paul Brown – CEO
Products Chicken Wings, Shareables, Burgers, Beer
Revenue $3.669 billion (2020)
Operating income
US$136.70 million (2016)
Net income
US$94.21 million (2016)
Total assets US$1.05 billion (2016)
Total equity US$517.90 million (2016)
Number of employees
~44,000 (2016)
Parent Independent (1982–2018)
Inspire Brands (2018–present)

Buffalo Wild Wings Menu PDF: History

  • In 1982 Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck was founded by Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery. Lowery’s parents had become Disbrow’s guardians as they were his ice skating coaches. After Disbrow had finished judging an amateur figure skating competition at Kent State University, the pair met up to get some Buffalo-style chicken wings to eat.
  • Failing to find any restaurant serving them, they decided to open their own restaurant serving wings. For the first location, they selected a location near Ohio State University, Columbus. Weck was an original part of the name, as beyond the wings and its dozen sauces, the restaurant served beef on weck.
  • The pair brought on an additional partner, Mark Lutz, within six months after opening. None had any restaurant experience and thus ran all aspects of the business, including its finances, haphazardly. The restaurant expanded into a chain over the next decade as it added six additional locations in Ohio, Indiana, and Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
  • The Colorado location was selected as they skied there. The company began to franchise in 1992 by working with Francorp, a Chicago-based law firm.
  • The original franchise fee was $15,000 to $20,000 plus a percentage of sales. Its bottled wing sauces were then manufactured by Wilsey, Inc. of Atlanta. The company’s headquarters was set up in 1992 in Cincinnati. By 1993, eight more locations were added, primarily in Ohio.
  • In late 1994, Disbrow hired a part-time chief financial officer, Sally Smith, who was employed at his new father-in-law’s business. In order to get her full-time, the company moved its headquarters to the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area where Smith wished to stay.
  • Smith had to deal with issues with lenders and the Internal Revenue Service and a potential bankruptcy as a part of overhauling its finances. Smith was unable to determine the firm’s net income/loss prior to 1995. During 1995, the company did $12 million in revenue with a loss of $1.6 million.
  • Smith was promoted to president and CEO in August 1996, while Disbrow became chairman of the board. At the end of the year, 35 new locations were opened. An initial public stock offering was considered in 1998 but discarded given unfavourable market conditions. After using the name variations BW3 and Buffalo Wild Wings in different markets in its first national ad campaign, the decision was made that year to standardize the name throughout the system with the latter.
  • The company moved to increase home sales of their sauces by upgrading the packaging. The 100th location opened in October 1999 in Apple Valley, Minnesota, a short drive from its corporate headquarters. At the time, there were 23 company-owned restaurants. Three venture capital firms and others purchased a majority stake, $8.5 million in shares, available in a December 1999 private placement.
  • The funding was planned to fund expansion with the expectation to have 260 sites by late 2003. The company tested several new sauces in 2000 but only added two to the menu with its first dessert.
  • In 2000, the chain, now calling its locations Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, was in 19 states and 140 locations (at year-end) with one finally in the city of its signature menu item, Buffalo, New York.

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