Buffalo Wild Wings Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Buffalo Wild Wings Gluten-Free menu.

Buffalo Wild Wings Gluten-Free Menu 2019

Buffalo Wild Wings has a variety of gluten-free things to eat, and you can even get some of their famous wings. They do state that their fried items such as their chicken wings, french fries, and other items are all fried in the same containers using the same oil, so some cross contamination may occur. If you are allergic to gluten, make sure to let your server know and it may be safest to stay away from any fried items. However, they do have a good amount of gluten-free options including what their famous for, their traditional chicken wings! Just avoid the boneless wings, as they do contain gluten. We do wish they made a little bit more of an effort with the rest of their menu though, as they don’t offer a gluten-free bread alternative to have with any of their burgers or sandwiches.

Wings

  • Traditional Chicken Wings

Chicken Tenders

  • Naked Tenders without Grill Seasoning
  • Naked Tenders with Grill Seasoning applied

Sharables

  • Ultimate Nachos
  • Ultimate Nachos with Chicken
  • Chili Con Queso Dip with Corn Tortilla Chips
  • Corn Tortilla Chips with Red Salsa
  • Pulled Pork (By Itself)
  • Prime Rib (By Itself)

Sides & Substitutions

  • French Fries
  • Buffalo Chips
  • Add Cheese
  • Add Cheese & Chili
  • Add Bacon
  • Coleslaw
  • Kettle Chips – Happy Hour
  • Veggie Boat with Fat Free Ranch

Wraps & Sandwiches

  • Grilled Chicken Breast (By Itself)
  • Grill Seasoning
  • Tortilla Chips

Burgers

  • Burger Patty (By Itself)
  • Grill Seasoning

Salads

  • Honey BBQ Chicken Salad with Cheese

Desserts

  • Ice Cream with Chocolate Sauce or Caramel Sauce

Kids Food

  • Kids Traditional Wings
  • Kids Naked Tenders with Grilled Seasoning applied
  • Veggie Boat with Ranch
  • Mandarin Oranges
  • French Fries

Sauces & Seasonings

  • Sweet BBQ Wing Sauce
  • Mild Wing Sauce
  • Parmesan Garlic Wing Sauce
  • Medium Wing Sauce
  • Honey BBQ Wing Sauce
  • Spicy Garlic Wing Sauce
  • Caribbean Jerk Wing Sauce
  • Hot Wing Sauce
  • Hot BBQ Wing Sauce
  • Mango Habanero Wing Sauce
  • Wild Wing Sauce
  • Blazin’ Ghost Pepper Sauce
  • Cajun Seasoning
  • Desert Heat Seasoning
  • Buffalo Seasoning
  • Salt & Vinegar Seasoning
  • Chipotle BBQ Seasoning
  • Lemon Pepper Seasoning
  • Bourbon Honey Mustard Sauce

Limited Time Only

  • Mayan Midnight Mole
  • Salted Caramel BBQ
  • Mumbai Masala
  • Chipotle Blue Cheese Sauce
  • Creamy Garlic Marinara Sauce

Dressings & Sauces

  • Blue Cheese Dressing
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Southwestern Ranch Dressing
  • Coleslaw
  • BBQ Ranch Dressing
  • Fat Free Ranch
  • Light Balsamic
  • Light French Marinara Sauce
  • Queso Sauce
  • Chili
  • Salsa
  • Pico De Gallo
  • Light Caesar Dressing
  • Spicy Brown Mustard
  • Cocktail Sauce
  • Tzatziki Dressing

Lunch Pick 2

  • Chicken Tortilla Soup
  • Chicken Tortilla Soup with Chips and Pico De Gallo
  • Loaded Chili

Limited Time Only Items

  • Chipotle BBQ Kettle Chips
  • Walking Taco

Buffalo Wild Wings History

Buffalo Wild Wings is a successful restaurant chain that was opened in 1982 by Scott Lowery and Jim Disbrow. They started the business in their hometown of Buffalo, New York. The company runs approximately 200 chicken wing restaurants that are based in the United States. Their concept of seasoned wings and a sports bar ambiance is very popular with young people, especially men with families. Most of the restaurants are based at college campuses or in budding residential areas and they are owned by franchisees.

When starting out, Jim and Scott were looking to spread the taste of authentic Buffalo, NY style chicken wings to other parts of America. At that time it was hard to find such dishes in the country. They took matters in to their own hands by creating a signature dish recipe to satisfy this particular need. Sooner than later, Buffalo Wild Wings gained popularity and became a favorite brand for most Americans. The company’s focus on spicy wings, a wide range of beer brands and live sports airing in their restaurants has proved to be a success, especially among young people.

For purposes of expansion, Smith led the firm through a successful IPO offering in November 2003. Three years later, they launched their first national advertising program, then celebrated 25 years in business in 2007. This 25th anniversary celebration also coincided with the grand opening of a new flagship store in Columbus, Ohio, only a street away from where Jim and Scott opened their first Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant 25 years before.

The restaurant has also received many accolades such as the ‘Top 200 Best Small Companies’ recognition from Forbes magazine through the years of 2007 and 2011. Fortune magazine also cited them in their list of ‘100 Fastest Growing Companies’ in the country. Buffalo Wild Wings is committed to remaining a company that is dedicated to growth. They have a target of opening 1,500 locations across North America within a period of 5 to 7 years and further expanding internationally.

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Summary

Buffalo Wild Wings does have a variety of gluten-free food items to try at their restaurant. However, they don’t offer a gluten-free bun to enjoy with their burgers and sandwiches, and while their traditional wings are technically gluten-free, they are fried in shared oil and some cross contamination may occur. But if your simply trying to avoid gluten and don’t have a food allergy, there is a lot to find here.

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  1. If you must avoid gluten look carefully at BW3 allergy chart it is not set up well. Example chicken wings are not marked for gluten but they are marked as cross contaminated because they are fried in a common fryer. Same with the nachos they use the same fryer that they fried breaded items in. Anyone that is diagnosed with celiac can not eat here.

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