General Manager (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 10, 2012
I loved working for Bdubs! I only left because of the late hours of being a bar. Management was required to work 50 hours a week, which is very good for the industry. They were always very helpful and understanding if something came up in your family that had to be taken care of.
Server (Former Employee) – Bridgewater, NJ – August 21, 2017
A typical day at Buffalo Wild Wings would start off by washing my hands and reviewing any new specials of the zone as well as knowing the beers of the month and ingredients of everything on the menu. I learned how to work under pressure with a team. The management is strict but always knew how to make a shift enjoyable. The hardest part of the job was the late hours cleaning up the entire restaurant with only 3 people. The most enjoyable part of Buffalo Wild Wings was the environment as well as the experience.
Hospitality Associate (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – August 19, 2017
A typical day at work is normally filled with lots of drama and can be extremely slow at times. Management is terrible and allows almost anything with CERTAIN employees. People will walk out on their shift and still be allowed to come back on their next scheduled day. People that work their butts off get paid and treated poorly while the people that walk all of the managers and put half the effort into everything get paid wonderfully and treated perfect.
50% off of your meal(up to $12) and 25% off when you aren't scheduled
I like my line of work the companys managment needed help.
Server (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE 68508 – August 19, 2017
The communication between employs was not up to par. The management did not work together to fix any problems there were. The management was not solid and the location I worked at had managers from other locations pulling over time to fill in the lack of management my store had.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Lebanon, IN – August 19, 2017
The restaurant was new and so was management. they would constanlt be telling us not to seat people due to orders in the kitchen being too much and having customers wait for long periods of time when they could see multiple tables open was hard to handle
Cashier (Former Employee) – Portage, IN – August 18, 2017
Making sure peoples orders are correctly made and put together for the server to take them to the customer. dealing with customers correctly and making sure they get the right orders. making sure everything is clean and stocked.
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 18, 2017
Working for Buffalo Wild Wings was one of my most memorable professional development experience of my life. I learned a lot of valuable skills all while having fun. Great workplace culture and they also worked with my college class schedule.
Buffalo Wild Wings is an awesome oppourtunity for anybody to have as an first job. Buffalo Wild Wings is a great company and they look out for their employees. I would recommend this company to anybody.
Cook (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 17, 2017
Buffalo Wild Wings is a great job if your in high school they pay way better than McDonald's or any other minimum wage employment. Its not that hard to work here when you get the hang of it. The culture is great a fun place to work at and they're flexible with scheduling.
Bartender / Waitress - Full Time / Non Exempt (Current Employee) – Spring, TX 77379 – August 17, 2017
The company is great. As a server in Texas you only make $2.13/hour but as long as business is good and your guests are taken car of you can average anywhere from $15.00 - $20.00+ per hour. One downside is the long hours. A shift starts around 4 and you could be there until midnight if the restaurant is busy.