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.
My go to place when we all want to eat out. I don't chance cross contamination with eating the fries
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.
When I go here, I only drink the hard cider. They don't have a gluten free menu, they have an allergen list which is utterly ridiculous to read. When you do read it you understand almost nothing is safe. You can't have almost any of the sauces or spices and fries are not in dedicated fryer. The service is hit or miss as well. Last time we went I had a friend who is vegan who asked for no chicken on his Salad and of course it came out with chicken and it took 2 hours to get his food. He ended up saying take it back and leaving with no food as well.
I love Buffalo Wild Wings! When I first went gluten free I was really sad cause I didn't think I could eat here. Our server was kind of hesitant on some stuff but any questions I had she went in the back to ask for me. I had the naked tenders and fries with buffalo sauce and honey bbq. I've only gotten sick here once and I had the traditional wings then. Great place and great atmosphere!
Asked if the wings were gluten free. Manager said yes before we cook them! I said do you cook with breaded items. She said yes. I say well they are not gluten free. She says sure they are before we cook them!!! Who wants raw wings!!!! Never go here
Ask your waiter about gf options.. He/she will most likely point out a few menu items. They're always willing to tell the kitchen staff to be careful because of my strict intolerance. Not sure how cross-contaminated their kitchen space is, but I've never had a reaction after eating here and I have celiac. It works in a pinch!
This location is one of my top 3 choices to eat locally. Always speak to the Manager first so the GF/Allergen button is selected on your order. They even caught my meal once before giving it to me as it was cooked wrong. They do good by you and take it seriously. I order the traditional wings with buffalo rub and they even have GF Strongbow Cider on tap. Carrots and celery and blue cheese or ranch are clear as well. My favorite location out of them all.
Couldn't eat here. Was told that the chicken and fries were gluten free on an allergen list and was looking forward to eating it. When I got there, I was told that the chicken was actually grilled on the same grill as the breaded chicken (not sure why they both grill and fry their chicken) and that they did not have a dedicated fryer for their fries. For people very sensitive to wheat, don't eat here.
Many gluten free flavored wings options . No dedicated fryer