And, Michael Ruhlman is working on a charcuterie app. — Diversified Restaurant Holdings, which operates several Buffalo Wild Wings locations in Michigan and Illinois, has reached a $1.8 million settlement after employees claimed the restaurants refused to pay minimum wage. Show More Summary
For the second time in less than a week, the 49ers fans were involved in a brawl just outside a Los Angeles Buffalo Wild Wings. According to Dave Amaro, a Facebook user, the niners started it all. “The guys getting beat up started problems inside. They wanted to beat up a Steelers (fan),” Amaro wrote. […]
Well, see, there was a Vikings fan and some 49ers, and so no one could enjoy their wings in peace. [ more › ]
It’s not officially football season until we’ve got at least six confirmed acts of violence among Bay Area football fans. After four season ticket holders got arrested for beating up a Vikings fan outside Levis Stadium, we’re now getting word of a much more downmarket assault taking place outside a Buffalo Wild Wings in Downey, […]
What is up with 49ers fans lately?
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49ers fans stay involved.
It’s been a bad week for Niners fans. On Monday, a group of San Francisco fans battered a Vikings fan after the game; four suspects were arrested over the weekend on felony charges. On Sunday, a group of 49ers fans reportedly started trouble in a Los Angeles Buffalo Wild Wings, and ended up on the wrong end of a walloping. Read more...
It's time for a wild Sunday in Week 2 of the NFL, where countless teams and players will surprise us once again. Last Sunday, the Buffalo Bills and St. Louis Rams led off the schedule with wins over strong teams, while the Tennessee Titans and Cincinnati Bengals showed unexpected dominance in the afternoon games. Show More Summary
Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. has pulled its commercials featuring Steve Rannazzisi after news about the comedian's 9/11 lie erupted.
Shitty lie. Shitty wings.
When the news broke that comedian Steve Rannazzisi’s September 11th origin story was greatly exaggerated, hardworking Americans everywhere watched with baited breath: what would Buffalo Wild Wings, Rannazzisi sponsor and national moral compass, do about this? …Read More
'The League' star was nowhere near the World Trade Center that day. Everyone tells little white lies now and again, but fabricating a role in a national tragedy? That's just abhorrent. Comedian Steve Rannazzisi, who stars in FXX's fantasy...Show More Summary
Rannazzisi, in better days. Buffalo Wild Wings is taking its TV ads with actor Steve Rannazzisi off the air. In a statement yesterday evening, the company said that "upon careful review" of the League star's strange, sad lie ? revealed...Show More Summary
Buffalo Wild Wings just fired the comedian who lied about surviving 9/11. Story by Tony Manfred and editing by Adam Banicki. Follow INSIDER: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Steve Rannazzisi of The League just lost his job as spokes-guy for Buffalo Wild Wings. All because he spun a wild web of lies about surviving 9/11. In The League, Steve plays a beer-drinking, wing-loving, football-fantasizing everydude, but it looks like the sports bar chain doesn't want to associate with him. Show More Summary
Buffalo Wild Wings announced Thursday it was pulling an ad campaign that featured the comedian who lied about narrowly escaping from the World Trade Center.
Comedian Steve Rannazzisi, known for starring in FX’s The League, was dumped by Buffalo Wild Wings. The chain pulled ads featuring the comedian when it was discovered he lied about being in one of the World Trade Center Towers on 9/11. Show More Summary
As it turns out, there are some things you really just don?t lie about. Steve Rannazzisi is currently finding that out the hard way. Now, amid the outrage against him for his falsifications about his experience on 9/11, it seems that his professional life has begun to suffer as well.Click To Continue Reading
Earlier this week, comedian Steve Rannazzisi admitted that he had lied for years about working at the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. In the wake of that, Buffalo Wild Wings has announced that it will pull its TV commercials featuring Rannazzisi. [ more › ]