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.
Originally I had problems with this Buffalo Wild Wings with no one knew the allergen list or what has gluten in it. HOWEVER, since then I have talked to their general manager Scott who is training the staff in a better way towards gluten allergens and how to prevent people with gluten allergies and Celiac Disease from having a reaction to the gluten in their food. When you come in to Buffalo Wild Wings I would suggest telling your server immediately about your gluten allergy or having celiac and if you have any questions at all TALK TO A MANAGER. They will help you a ton. Seriously! They will help you. (:
We called ahead as their menu list GF options. First person told us there was a dedicated frier and no cross contamination but didn't sound very sure of herself. Called back again and the guy confirmed all mixed in the same bowls and no dedicated frier. They didn't seem like they have been trained for Celiacs disease.
I have never gotten sick here, but there aren't many options if you have celiac. The only thing I've ever had there is the chips and salsa and the naked tenders. They also don't have a gluten free menu. They give you a ripped up copy of their menu that tells you what allergens are in it.
not many GF choices, you also have to swift through the allergy list to see what you can have. they were not very knowledgeable.
Great service, the manager came out to help me order
*** Please write honest reviews so others have up to date information on choices*** Not Gluten Free. I don't think this should even be on the app as gluten free. There is nothing you can eat here except salad and even then I'm told it's surrounded by flour when prepped.
Had a wonderful experience at Buffalo Wild Wings tonight. Didn't expect for them to have anything safe but asked anyway. The kitchen manager came out to speak to me and said that his sister has Celiac so he's familiar and he'd love to make sure I have a safe meal. Their chili and coleslaw are all pre-packaged and GF. He opened two fresh packages and personally handled everything and brought it out to me himself. And to top it all off, he only charged me about $2.50 each, the price for sides, even though he gave me big bowls of each. And the chili was soooo good!
Waitress was knowledgeable and helpful. Wish they had gluten free rolls to enjoy burgers or a sandwich. But nachos and wings were a good enough meal. They don't have a special GF menu but they give you the allergen list in a special folder that allows you to see your options.
My server Jennifer was very helpful to find me some selections to eat and engaged the manager Evan and he explained they had 2 fryers which were always for non breaded items. Their French fries are GF and he made sure to make them in these fryers as well as some traditional wings.. excellent
great service and knowledgeable manager but something must have changed because all I could have was naked tenders, a salad or veggies and a few sauce choices.
They have very few options for those who have celiac disease, they no longer have a dedicated fryer as well. My choice was the honey BBQ chicken salad, which was great. The waitress was fully aware of what foods would be best options for me, and also brought over a menu containing ingredients.
BWW has a great allergen list that shows lots of wheat-free items. So it's a shame that there is so much variation by location in terms of cross contamination. This location does not segregate fryers, so all those delicious, gluten free chicken wings and the huge list of gluten free sauces end up being contaminated. Confirmed by manager who flat out recommended I eat elsewhere.
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.
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