Buffalo Wild Wings Tours

Timing: 11:00 am - 11:59 pm

Monday to Saturday

12:01 am - 02:00 am 11:00 am - 11:59 pm


11:00 am - 11:59 pm


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Address: 7060 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA
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About Buffalo Wild Wings, Los Angeles

Buffalo Wild Wings (originally, Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck, thus the numeronym "BW3") is an American casual dining restaurant and sports bar franchise in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman, which specializes in Buffalo wings and sauces. As of June 2017, it had 1,237 locations (625 directly owned by the company, and 612 franchised locations) across all 50 U.S. states and DC. An alternate nickname in recent usage by the company is B-Dubs.


Overview of Buffalo Wild Wings

As you traverse the city of Los Angeles, you'll stumble upon Buffalo Wild Wings. Buffalo Wild Wings is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Important attractions of the city include Universal Studios, Santa Monica Pier, The Griffith Observatory, Hollywood Bowl and The J Paul Getty Centre. You can also discover other things to do in Los Angeles on TripHobo.

Most of the Los Angeles tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Buffalo Wild Wings.

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  • Great food, great service, great atmosphere! My friend and I meet here once a week for Happy Hour, order a couple of rounds. $5 draft beers from 2:00-7:00pm. The employees have already gotten to know us. I love the atmosphere, sporty, flat screen TVs all over the place, game pads available to play games like Texas Hold'em , Poker, Trivia, etc. The food is excellent, the prices are excellent. Always have a great time here, in fact it has become my safe haven to chill with my friend.

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  • Best Buffalo Wild Wings I have ever been to. Our waiter was very personable and helped make the visit very enjoyable. The Street Tacos were bomb, but the onion rings could have been cooked a little longer. Wings and cocktails were delicious.

  • Try to eat the hottest wings. You will die probably, but it was so funny with friends. Very good service, liked their waitress. Also not expensive. Good place, if you like spicy food.

  • If you want good company, guilty fried pleasure, and beer, look no further than B-Dubs on Hollywood Boulevard. For all of us Midwestern transplants in LA who miss the sodium-drenched, full-tongue-assault flavor of processed chicken, this sports-infused oasis of chicken and alcohol provides the perfect shelter amidst the upheavals of Hollywood living. With all the comforts of home and none of the tough decisions of finer dining, this Buffalo Wild Wings location makes kicking back and relaxing an easy decision.

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  • My family and I paid this location a visit for an early dinner on Saturday June 17th. We were pleasantly surprised to be seated almost immediately and the waiter came over to take our drink orders and returned within a few minutes with them. We were a large party of 6 adults and 1 child. Awesome service up until then. After our drink order, our waiter took some time to come back and take our order (about 10 minutes). We waited for our food for about 30 - 40 minutes. A bit long, regardless we were patient. While waiting for our food, we did notice several large parties be seated, have their drinks brought out and their food brought out as well. As it should be, in a timely manner. When our food finally arrived, the waiter seemed less than enthusiastic to present it. I felt as if my food was "plopped" down at me and noticed that the waiter plopped my families food down at them as well. After our food had been brought out, we noticed our food was warm, as if it had been sitting in the warming area of the kitchen waiting to be picked up for quite some time. We also noticed we had no silverware or napkins and had to ask for these items to be brought out. After finishing up, the waiter asked twice if he could close our ticket out or else he would transfer the ticket to another person who was taking over his area as he was leaving for the day. To be clear, this was the last day I would be spending time with my family before heading home (Mid-West) and we wanted to enjoy some extra family time chit chatting at our table and maybe ordering some more food/drinks. My dad decided against this after the second time of being asked by the waiter if he could close us out. I noticed the waiter was clearly impatient and it was obvious he didn't want to miss out on a tip for such a large party. My dad always tips well in cash and when the waiter noticed the tip line on the credit card receipt blank he called my dad out on it before he could even take out his wallet. He asked, quite loudly, if there was something wrong with the service provided and asked bluntly why he wasn't getting a tip. I looked over to my dad, who was clearly taken aback, and he was forced to announce that we would be leaving a cash tip. I decided to bite my tongue during this and not lash out to enjoy the last few hours with my family. To the Manager/Owner of this location - I sincerely hope you take this review into consideration and coach your employees on soft skills and time management. To the Waiter in question - I hope your professionalism improves after this. Tips are given to professionals in this industry for doing a good job. No matter what you are going through, your personal problems should stay at the door when clocking in. Seeing as your professionalism is what will "pay the bills", I advise that you work on this. The service you provided was very poor, the tip you did end up receiving was out of pity and you did not deserve any of it. Learn from this or find yourself a new place of employment where you won't have to deal with the general public.

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