Fun and productive work place. Enjoyed personnel and environment.
Server/Waitress (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – November 16, 2015
Supportive management and coworkers. Thoroughly enjoyed the clientele and work atmosphere. Not much politics, but enjoyed the hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the customers and bringing smiles to their faces. Fight-nights can be a little hectic, but all-in-all a good time.
Cook/Dishwasher , prep , food runner (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 18, 2018
buffalo wild wings is a very fun place to work and great food ! ive learned alot about cooking and preparing and they treat you accordingly like being recognized for my hard work and dedication was the best feeling
Hostess/Cashier (Current Employee) – Avon Lake, OH – October 18, 2018
I love working at Buffalo Wild Wings! The managers were always so nice and it is definitely a fun and cool environment. Restaurants are very faced paced and during a football game or other big sporting event it can get very stressful very quickly.
free food (sometimes), very flexible and understanding managers
Training General Manager (Former Employee) – Times Square, NY – October 17, 2018
Worked for 3 years could be stressful at times and not much of a work life balance. Upper management is out of touch with the day to day operations and the changing time sin dealing with the millennial staff.
Buffalo Wild Wings (Former Employee) – Burlington, IA – October 17, 2018
Typical day at work was stressful but manageable. The management could benefit from taking courses on how to run a successful restaurant. The most enjoyable part of being a cook was knowing people were enjoying the meals I cooked for them.
Waiter/Server (Former Employee) – Manchester, NH – October 17, 2018
It was always busy, which is good for money, but crazy from the sheer volume of guests walking in the door. Tips and guest were usually good yet is however offset by the lack of both benefits for the employee, and good management from their leaders. Management is well know for throwing their employees and each other under the proverbial bus to save their own behinds and avoid persecution. OIn the flip side, my fellow servers were mostly men and women in their late teens. Very entitled and displayed a lack of good work ethic. It was commonplace to find myself having to fufill my coworkers tasks as well as my own to keep the restaurant operating efficiently during a rush. And rumors run rampant.
Good people to work with, management makes or breaks it.
Server/Waiter (Current Employee) – Lakeland, FL – October 16, 2018
I love the majority of my coworkers and I usually have 1 manager that makes it worth it, however there is minimal to no communication between management and sometimes they have unrealistic expectations for employees.
It is not a bad job the only thing this restaurant needs is better management
Server (Current Employee) – Berwyn, IL – October 16, 2018
This job is one of the harder jobs I’ve had and not because of the actual work but because these managers expect you to be super hero’s and get the unthinkable down like it’s no issue expecting too much and receiving no appreciation in return
COOK/FOOD PREP (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – October 16, 2018
Was very fast paced but any outside life difficulties weren't taken into consideration such as emergencies but not terrible work environment. Fast-paced were difficult but slow paced were enjoyable times for the team members.
Guest Experience Captain (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – October 16, 2018
I enjoyed working at Buffalo Wild Wings as a Guest Experience Captain. I especially enjoyed working on Sundays during football season! I was disappointed when I found out that they were getting rid of that position. I'm not sure whether I would still enjoy working there or not, since the company has changed ownership and I heard they are going to be making a lot of changes.
Former Server (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – October 15, 2018
Let me start by saying you will make a lot of money waiting tables for this company. I first started out working for the Bermuda Crossroads location in Chester, Virginia. Management was nice upon hire but after training soon showed their true nature. Favortism is unreal in this location! If you aren't 21, an active drug user or alcoholic, you probably won't fit in here. I was let go on Christmas Eve of 2017. Pathetic huh? The kitchen staff smokes pot in the smoking section for employees and food is consistently delayed. Since then I've heard they have new management, but be aware of what type of environment and staff you are walking into at this certain location.