While neither of these companies are pizza powerhouses, recent investments by each show neither Buffalo Wild Wings nor Chipotle Mexican Grill want to miss their piece of the pie.
Buffalo Wild Wings and BJ’s Restaurants aren’t the only ones.
It's looking like a race between Buffalo Wild Wings and Chipotle Mexican Grill to be the "Chipotle of pizza."
The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl will now be the Cactus Bowl.
The Arizona-based bowl has its third sponsor in four years. While we wait to see what will replace ALL THE TOSTITOS as the prize for Arizona's major bowl game, it appears that the state's second-tier bowl will be played for ALL THE CACTI! The...Show More Summary
By Vladislav Deshkovich: If you've looked at Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) stock in the past 5 years, it becomes evident that these guys are making some money. The company had an initial public offering during November 2003, with the stock closing around $11 that day. Show More Summary
The pizza duel of the non-pizza chains may have begun.
By Brian Sanders: Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) offers an assortment of food and various beverages for customers, recently reaching a store count of 1010 store units. The business has been a fun ride for both customers and shareholders, but eventually investors need to have realistic expectations. Show More Summary
No matter how the U.S. soccer team does at this year's FIFA World Cup, Buffalo Wild Wings and BJ's Restaurants are winners.
The beer-and-wings joint capitalized on the U.S. team's initial advance, but future wins still might not be so easy.
B-Dubs stock jumped following last weekend's U.S.-Portugal World Cup match. But one Fool explains why this is just a sign of a great business.
After another quarter driven by continued declining results at Olive Garden, it's hard to recommend Darden Restaurants. Especially when Buffalo Wild Wings and Chipotle have so much growth ahead.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Zoe's Kitchen are generating extraordinary growth rates, and they are well positioned to continue delivering yummy performance in the years ahead.
Absolutely wild. Buffalo Wild Wings stock is apparently through the roof thanks to what investors may one day refer to as "the Great World Cup Bounce of 2014." CNN Money reports it hit a record high yesterday — up 6 percent to $166 —...Show More Summary
The Australia-Netherlands World Cup match looks like a blowout on paper but the game’s frantic pace has us glued to our Televisions. Why’s that? Check out Arjen Robben’s opening goal in the 20th minute, which was followed by Tim Cahill’s...Show More Summary
By Henry Cheung: Warren Buffett first purchased the shares of Coca-Cola (KO) in 1988, during which the company had its earnings reported 2% lower than the previous year and traded at PE ratios of 14-19. Pundits at that time were skeptical about his investment decision and the premium he paid on the shares. Show More Summary
Buffalo Wild Wings, America's Car-Mart, and Starbucks are three growth stocks suitable for long-term investors. Here's why.
Getting saucy. The Baile family was eating at their local B-Dubs in Gastonia, North Carolina, probably doing what families do, which is wondering why none of the 100 television sets in the restaurant weren't playing their game, whenShow More Summary
With plenty of competition in the fast-casual market, Buffalo Wild Wings is making moves to give itself an edge.
Michigan was eager to move past a disappointing 7-6 season which ended with a stinging 31-14 defeat in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. The team had entered the backstretch of its schedule competing for the Big Ten championship until losses...Show More Summary