they are gluten free they have a gluten free menu!
I called the manager answered and told me if you were gluten free, you cannot eat here, they have no GF menu. Places like this with a straight forward disposition on GF should be avoided. At least they are honest! I would much rather the straight forward no then lie and have us come in and get sick. :)
About the only thing that Buffalo Wild Wings can somewhat guarantee is gluten free is the wings as long as they have the appropriate sauce. They have dedicated fryers for the their wings. The "allergen list" is VERY outdated and the majority of what is listed on their menu as gluten free is not. Fortunately, one of the managers is well rounded about gluten free foods as her best friend has Celiac's. The only time I go in there is when I want wings and nothing else.
Sure they have an allergen menu, they don't however have a dedicated fryer. There are breaded wings made in the same fryer as the traditional so if you have celiac disease, I don't recommend their wings.
Spoke with the General Manger, Wayne, tonight. He assured us that they do have a dedicated fryer for all bone-in-wings where nothing with breading enters that fryer (except on Thursday nights, boneless wing night specials). They have an allergen list for all items. This is a new restaurant and also a training restaurant the General Manager took our satisfaction very seriously! Of course there is the general disclaimer of cross contamination.... But they were willing to listen to our concerns.
Don't have dedicated fryer! So we Left! At home where the managers know us personally they guarantee a dedicated fryer for folks that NEED to eat gf. Very disappointed hopefully they will fix this problem since we would visit our local bw's a few times a week.
Not gluten free AT ALL!! They didnt know what gluten was, they reuse bowls for the auce with breaded foods, they say the fries are in a separate frier but then say thry arent, and I found out after eating half my salad that there were croutons underneath. side note, my tenders werent done and they tasted like fish. never. again. Im gonna go be sick now, cause I got glutened.
I love Buffalo Wild Wings!! I've been to two different locations in Delaware, Middletown and Lewis, and both experiences are fantastic. When you tell them about your allergy they will clean the area for your food and the fries have their own fryer. They also have a gluten free menu and when ordering with people who eat gluten they will put a sticker on your order so they know it's yours.
I just order the original bone in and I don't have problems. Love wings..
My go to place when we all want to eat out. Be sure to mention allergy when ordering as the cooks are trained for certain procedures to try to limit cross contamination. I don't chance cross contamination with eating the fries.
The BWW website says they have a dedicated fryer for GF food like regular wings and fries but when I called to ask they made a big deal out of having to find the manager to ask her who wasn't very pleasant and said they don't.
I asked the hostess for a gluten free menu (knowing they had one online) and she said they didn't have it but was obviously confused and chose to say no rather than finding out. Once seated I asked our waitress and she gave it to me. They had different symbols for items containing gluten and ones possibly cross contaminated. They did not have a seperate fryer so a lot of the GF options were cross contaminated and not labeled as such. Since my diagnosis I only order the naked tenders (with or without seasoning) and choose a GF sauce to go with. I have tried eating there 4 times and gotten sick every time. also ordered a salad as a side and specified no croutons but they were still on the salad when I got it. Due to a long wait and running short on time I didn't bother with it and just didn't eat the salad. I feel bad because it's one of my husband's favorite places but I have decided I'm giving up on them despite their "GF menu" they provide.
My go-to place for sporting events, wings and beer! They have a designated fryer for their traditional wings and the managers take their time to speak with you if there are any concerns. Besides being able to eat wings again I can also enjoy 'em with a nice cold one (Omission beer) and not just cider.
Sucks. Only 1 option of wings and a burger.I got the burger which was topped with shredded lettuce and had to be eaten with a fork. To me that defeats the purpose of a burger and is basically a crappy salad. The hamburger wasn't even a real patty and tasted very low quality. Also the only gf side is veggie sticks! Yuck! I'll never go back
We've never had a problem, never been sick here! They have a list of all allergens and the fryers ARE indeed separate. When an allergy is notified, they do toss the wings in the sauce you order separately as well. If you do get a server that does not understand, just ask for the manager to help you.
I haven't been to this one yet, but have been to the one in Branson @ the Landing.I will say that I called tonight & asked about fries & wings (my boys only eat fries...ugh) & the Mgr said that he does watch what's going on, but can't guarantee anything as they do serve food with Gluten in it. However, they will do their best to accommodate. The fries & regular wings are GF & most of the sauces are as well (& Ranch). I was told that a Thurs night (during football season) isn't a good night due to how busy they are, they put wings in whatever fryer is available. So, the wings could go into the same fryer that the boneless breaded wings were in & that contaminates them. Fries are cooked in a separate fryer so they're all good.He did say a Tues is a better night to go to ensure everything is done properly. Just an FYI! I had no issues in Branson so, I don't expect any in Spfld either. I appreciate how forthcoming the Mgr was about it all & warned me it wasn't a good night for it... much appreciation on that one! Saved me from a horrible night & weekend!!!
Had a disaster of a meal tonight. They have a gluten free menu so I ordered pulled pork and coleslaw. I asked if I could have extra coleslaw instead of french fries and they said yes. I ordered the bun on a separate plate so it wouldn't touch my food (but my husband uses the bun). Explained why I had to have it this way and was assured it would all come out as I had asked. When they food arrived, the bun was on top of the meat. So frustrating. So I explained again what I needed and asked for new meat. When it came back, the bun had simply been removed and put on a different plate and it was the same meat. Both my husband and I were pretty frustrated at this point and asked again for new meat. Finally it came out but it took a while. At the end of dinner we were both disappointing and found out the extra coleslaw cost money....which wasn't explained to us. Just added to the disappointment. After all was said and done, I am now having a gluten reaction (probably from cross contamination). I would say this place is not safe for celiacs or at least not for those very sensitive.
Just tried to place a To go order and was told that the allergen menu identifies things that definitely contain gluten, but that there isn't really anything gluten-free because of cross-contamination issues. It might be fine, but I chose not to take the chance.
No GF Menu, but they do have an Allergen List. A few items even stated it contained Wheat & Barley. I've had issues w Barley being listed as Gluten in the past. Fries are cooked in a fryer where no breaded items are cooked. All but 3 wing sauces are GF as well.
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