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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Buffalo Wild Wings to open several express-style stores in Orlando

Posted By on Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 11:40 AM

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Ultra-fast and mega-casual seems to be the way that large coporate eateries are dealing with the one-two punch of changing tastes and the coronavirus pandemic. Known for its warehouse-sized sports bars, Buffalo Wild Wings is looking to go much smaller in an expansion throughout Central Florida.

Per a report from the Orlando Business Journal, BWW is hoping to open several express-style eateries in the area under its newly launched Buffalo Wild Wings Go brand. The small restaurants will serve 10-15 people at a time and prioritize deliveries and to-go orders.

"They want to open as many locations as possible," said Alexie Fonseca, a broker hired to scout locations in the area for the Atlanta-based company. The first of the small outlets opened in that city last year. Central Florida is already home to around 10 regular-sized Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants.

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