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Buffalo Wild Wings Testing A Smaller, Fast Food-Like Makeover

Buffalo Wild Wings is known for getting hundreds of people together in one place to drink beer, watch sports, and eat delicious wings. While the size of their vast restaurant/bar setting has been their bread and butter, the B-Dubs you know and love might soon start looking a bit smaller, like, let’s say, Wing Stop.

BWW is testing a downsized version of its restaurant, in Minneapolis, called B-Dubs Express. You’ll still be able to get your wings, a few selections of beer, and even sit in a smaller dining area, but the restaurant plans to cater to the on-the-go fan who wants to order their food and just head back home.

The dining area will only seat between 35-50 people, and they put an emphasis on their Door Dash partnership for delivery, changing the sit-down feel it has always been known for.

This has a very Instagram vs. Snapchat feel to it, as BWW seems to be dipping into Wing Stop’s business model of easy access take-out wings.

The giant wing slingin’ sports bar does plan to expand these Express restaurants throughout the country, so don’t be surprised when you start seeing mini B-Dubs popping up.


Wingstop Introduces 10th Wing Flavor — Louisiana Rub

Do you have a hard time deciding what delicious flavor to coat your juicy little wings in at Wingstop? There’s just so much saucy goodness to choose from, Original HotBBQGarlic Parmesanwhat to get? WHAT TO GET?? Well, hopefully the new flavor will put all those commitment issues aside.

Capturing the essence of their three most popular flavors: Original Hot, Lemon Pepper, and Cajun, the R&D team at Wingstop brings you Lousiana Rub. The “new crispy, dry rub wing with its blends of tangy seasoning and spices” sounds like a real deal maker. Has it eased your decision-making process at all?


UHGHHHH — Rick Ross To Open His First of Several Wingstop Restaurants

The CEO of Mayback Music Group and Platinum Selling Recording Artist Rick Ross can now add being a Wingstop Franchisee to his growing resume. Ross, aka the Boss, aka the grunting sound byte that preludes most recent Drake songs, recently inked a development agreement to bring Wingstop Restaurants to Memphis, Tennessee. The first of his several locations will open this fall at 7706 Winchester Road in Memphis.

Rick Ross has the full support of Jim Flynn, Wingstop CEO. Flynn claims “Rick Ross will be a great addition to the Wingstop family. He’s a talented artist and brings a huge fan base to the concept. We look forward to growing the brand with him in Memphis.

Earlier this year Wingstop brought upon Fox Sports analyst and retired NFL star Troy Aikman to be a company spokesman and investor in the company. Aikman currently sits on the Wingstop board of directors.

IMG Courtesy: Rick Ross / Def Jam