The wings-and-beer chain has navigated some rough waters already, but there remain threats to it flying higher
I’ve written before about the excellently titled series Novelists in Restaurants Eating Food. It lets some of our foremost literary minds reflect on places like Fallon and Byrne and Buffalo Wild Wings. Now, Millions contributor Laura van den Berg writes about Cafe Azteca in Lawrence, MA, where they make shrimp fajitas that inspire mouth-watering daydreams. Sample quote: […]
After B-Dubs' sizzling 2014, management offers insight on where the chain is headed from here.
Why B-Dubs is poised to significantly improve on last quarter's weak results.
Buffalo Wild Wings wants to become a destination for lunch. The company plans to introduce a new lunch program in April, CEO Sally Smith told analysts in a recent earnings conference call. The new program "highlights what guests want...Show More Summary
Higher food and labor costs ate into B-Dubs' results in Q4, but it's off to a great start in 2015.
Earnings and revenue are not the only numbers that matter to B-Dubs investors.
Lots of this. Super Bowl Sunday is one of America's great food holidays, a chance for everyone to gorge on nachos, burgers, and, of course, chicken wings. Bars and restaurants around New York have to carefully prep and plan to be ready for the onslaught of customers. Show More Summary
Rumor: The Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant chain has added a new surcharge to help cover the cost of the Obamacare.
B-Dubs just found a clever way to engage fans with its latest NFL advertising blitz.
This Ohio State fan proves that the passion that makes college football one of the best sports also makes it among the most obnoxious. Homeboy here, dining in the lap of luxury at Buffalo Wild Wings with his girlfriend, took to screaming at all the patrons that Ohio State had eight national championships and Oregon […]
From The Big Lead comes this video of a very loud and presumably very drunk Ohio State fan basking in the glory of his team's national championship victory, all in the service of education his fellow Buffalo Wild Wings patrons. Read more...
There was a lot of customer backlash. In response to the the Affordable Care Act, some restaurants across the country added a surcharge to help cover the cost of new employer benefits requirements. But diners have mixed feelings about...Show More Summary
Why this high-performing stock still has room to run.