This is misrepresentation. They use a common frier and common bowls on their sauces. I went through the entire menu and everything was off limits due to preparation. Quite disappointed.
Buffalo Wild Wings has gluten free options on there menu. Their traditional wings are gluten free and fried in a different fryer from the boneless wings. Their fries and most of the sauces are also gluten free. You have to ask or the allergen list and make sure tin inform your server that you have a gluten intolerance or celiac. The servers and mangers are understanding.
Used to work at two different Bdubs for 4 years, diagnosed with celiac during employment. Do not eat here. Anything that is fried is cross contaminated, the process of putting the sauce on food is cross contaminated. The grill is cross contaminated. Always had to bring my own food to work. The allergen list may say gluten free, but cross contamination is out of control.
Alright, so this is one of my favorite places to eat because the selection is so varied! You do have to work with the annoying allergic list, but it is pretty easy to read and most of the sauces along with the traditional wings are free game. Also, the fries are gf and awesome. Hey even have an appetizer we can eat! **gasp** Aka nacho heaven.
I was worried about Buffalo Wild Wings because their website said that fryers were shared between gluten and non-gluten containing products, but my grandson wanted to go. We went to the Buffalo Wild Wings in Ankeny. Iowa. The staff was super friendly and helpful. They produced an allergy book and helped me select the chicken nachos. The waitress promised to warn the kitchen not to cross contaminate. They were HUGE and totally delicious!! I'd definitely come here again!
Don't eat here. The "GF" wings are cooked in the same oil as their breaded products: cross-contamination. We talked to the manager and found out we could eat the cole slaw and have a drink (not regular beer of course). We left without eating there.
I would not recommend going here if you are sensitive! Although I has good service they informed me that basically anything in the kitchen can be cross contaminated. They said that their kitchen is not set up to accommodate that allergy. I was disappointed, but thankful that they informed me!! I did get a salad, and although I did not get sick I would not risk it if you know you are very sensitive! Good service and knowledgeable but just stay away from this one! :)
Wings are fried in a dedicated fryer - no breading on their tradional wings. Ask to have your wings shook in a to -go box. Almost all sauces are GF, as well as their ranch dressing. Ask to see the GF list to make sure your sauce preferences are safe.
I haven't eaten at this location in a long time. But I recently looked at the allergen list and they have added some "GF" items.
I called this location and talked to the NEW manager who said he is currently getting his staff ready to be gluten friendly. He said the old management was not set up to be offering gluten free but he in the process of getting things ready to offer gluten free options.
No GF bread or roll substitutes however staff seemed accommodating and there is an extensive allergen list online with all of their ingredients! Very helpful.
They do not have a dedicated fryer, not celiac friendly.
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. :)
They were very friendly...but they do not have a gluten free selection at all...the manager made sure that we knew we'd get glutenized...he paid for our tea..then we just left... Glutenized is my word that I MADE UP...so if anyone asked I made it....LOL
My son has celiac and was very excited to learn that Buffalo Wild Wings advertised that they had guluten-free menu items and so we went there. Upon asking the waitress what our gluten free options were, she said, "Well chicken doesn't have gluten in it, right? And neither do potatoes, right?" Upon further investigation we discovered that they didn't know if the sauces were GF or not and that everything is cooked in the same oil including onion rings, etc. We were really bummed as we love their food and would love to be able to eat there. I hope they make changes in the future to make them more celiac friendly.
I assure you, you will be sick. Ive tried numerous locations in different states. Sick everytime. I'm gluten intolerant. They use the same fryer for all their fried food, and lots of cross contamination. If you look at the menu & see how many items are fried, then you will understand why your bone-in wings that are "NOT' breaded "WILL" make you sick. Everytime I have high hopes- everytime sick. Might as well eat bread.
I loved BBWW before I went gluten free. Of course my choices are now limited, I still enjoy eating here. I usually order their naked chicken tenders, without the seasoning, and their fries. They have multiple, great sauces you can still use. To date I have never had a problem. The waitresses are always super attentive to marking down no seasoning. I usually go during lunch or during a less busy period just to cut down on any chances of catastrophe to my gut.
Was brought a salad with croutons and sometimes get a stomach ache after eating here likely cross contamination but they will bring you am allergen menu and try to work with you
there is no GF menu there. just a hard-to-read chart. with an X or no X. says no separate fryers. a star goes for GF bottled beer. :)